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Bal Bharati (India) visits Bethany School (US)

October 15 at 8:12 PM How time has just flown by……it’s about to be 3 weeks now and almost time to fly back ……with soooooooo many lovely memories to be cherished forever……a part of us being left behind here…….thank you sooooo much Bethany School……thank you Margie Hewton Kessler, Marla Brunsman, thank you all the parents

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Minutes of ISSE World Conference 2018: Liuzhou, China

Communication with Parents Parents of visiting students cannot make schedule changes with the host parents without the host and visiting schools’ chaperones’ approval No unequal treatment or extravagant gifts to visiting students Chaperones should expect to do daily communication (blog) with home school via What’s App, We Chat, etc. Communication between Schools Communication between schools

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New recycling bins

Bethany School and Mt. Waverley Primary

We learn so much from our exchanges with other schools in the ISSE program. One which really resonated with all of us who visited Mt. Waverley Primary School in Melbourne last June was their recycling program. It was amazing! We were blown away by all they do. We had a modest program already in place

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Minutes of ISSE World Conference 2016: Guayaquil, Ecuador

Thanks to Norberto, Basil, Paola, and Karin, this conference ran smoothly and efficiently; it also gave us a look at scenery, food, customs, and traditions of Ecuador.   The Welcome Dinner was held at the U.S. consulate, and Patricia and her family hosted us all so graciously. Day 1 took us to Jefferson’s primary Campus, where

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Angevine side trip to Sydney, Australia

We woke up at to an amazing breakfest of eggs, toast and sausage. After breakfest we walked down to the Sydney Tower. We saw a 4D show about Sydney and that shark just about jumped out the screen. We were startled and amazed. We took the lift (elevator) to te top. We had a 360

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Farewell Assembly at Mount View in Melbourne

It is always hard to say goodbye. Today was our farewell ceremony right in the morning. We all gathered in the gym and sat quietly. In the back were all the hosts and their families. The ceremony had begun with both the Australian and American national anthems. One thing that was truly outstanding, was that

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