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Wednesday, October 9, 2019

A behind the scenes look at the RSI Enrichment program

Outside the Box – Christy Johnson
RSI Enrichment is a unique after-school program that offers students a wide range of learning experiences with plenty of time to unwind, exercise and burn some energy while spending time with friends! Renascence is excited to have three teachers in Enrichment who speak the three languages that we represent at RSI (English, Chinese, & Spanish)!

Monday, October 7, 2019

RSI C7 students create their own yard sale

Outside the Box – Christy Johnson
Who wants to go shopping? At the Renascence School International students hosted their own business event! RSI C7 students planned, prepared and took part in a yard sale at school! This was a fun activity combining math skills and money management. Students really enjoyed handling the money, deciding what to buy, and checking out with the cashier!

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

L10 students show you what hands-on learning looks like!

Outside the Box – Christy Johnson
At the Renascence School International L10 (kindergarten) students are rotating stations to keep the kids actively involved in what they are learning! Here are some of the fun activities they have been doing! Read More

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

RSI kids having fun in science class

Outside the Box – Christy Johnson
RSI understands the importance of letting kids experiment with science early in their education to spark their interest and keep them excited about science! Recently, C9 students were learning about carbohydrates and starch. The students examined various food items to find whether or not they contained starch using iodine indicators. Read More

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

RSI students start a creative writing club!

Outside the Box – Christy Johnson

This year marks the beginning of RSI student led clubs! Clubs are a great way to find your niche among students with similar interests and goals. In addition, school clubs allow you to pursue your current interests and passions and perhaps even find ones you didn’t know you had. Students come together and propose a club idea, then bring it to life in weekly meetings. Read More