The children at Tsukuba International School (TIS) will be presenting their science projects to the public on Thursday, Feb. 24 beginning at 6:30 pm in the classrooms at the school. TIS is a community supported elementary school for English speaking children and is located within Shuei High School. [Ed's note: The school is no longer at that location.] If the whether is good, two telescopes will be set up outside the school from 6 pm to observe Jupiter, Saturn and various other stars.
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