Letter from the Board of Principals
Dear Parents and Students of the PennSchool,
Throughout February, our students have continued their efforts to study the second semester program, expanding their knowledge. Scientific projects in subjects such as physics, biology, chemistry, science, and ICT have been especially stimulating, unleashing our students’ creativity and scientific potential. The School’s Board of Principals and Professional Council have been attending practical lessons with teachers and students to provide timely support and listen to their aspirations.
To ensure a well-rounded learning experience that contributes to the holistic development of our students, PennSchool has organized a number of practical activities in February. A field trip to Nhat Huong Bakery and Nhan Tri Dung ceramic workshop. It was a valuable time for the students to learn useful knowledge about baking, as well as get an overview of the importance of plants in our ecosystem through planting in the pottery workshop. In addition, the Workshop with the theme “Attractive majors at top universities” in the series of Career Orientation Week events that took place on February 17th also created an opportunity for students. Year 9-12 students learn a lot of useful information, thereby orienting themselves to a suitable future path. The school has also organized workshops covering important psychological topics; giving important insight into psychophysiology of puberty, which contributes to their balanced development of mind, body, and spirit.
In the months ahead, PennSchool will continue to offer a range of arts, sports, and community activities. Our students will actively review and systematize their knowledge to prepare for the second semester’s midterm exams. With the hard work, creativity, and innovation of all members of the PennSchool community, our students will successfully complete the plans for the second semester of the 2022 – 2023 school year, nurturing their personalities and building a cooperative, outstanding community.
Wishing parents and students health and good things in life.
The Board of Principals of PennSchool