TAS Grade 12 students had a memorable field trip to the Independence Palace today. As the academic year is slowly coming to a close, this field trip served as a beautiful memory for our Seniors to always remember their time here at TAS.
TAS Arts Week 2022 officially ended today with two memorable closing ceremonies for ECC-ES students and MSHS students. The ceremonies were filled with wonderful performances from our talented Mustangs that left students, teacher, and parents impressed.
Today is the second day of the “Almost, Maine” performances from the Mustangs’ Playhouse, and it was equally memorable as yesterday. TAS learning community was thrilled to enjoy another set of plays about love, this time performed by new faces, which introduced more performing arts talents to the community.
Today marks the first day of our Playhouse Mustangs’ “Almost, Maine” official performances during TAS Arts Week. TAS learning community was so thrilled to witness the performing talent of our Mustangs across different scenes of the production.
TAS’s much anticipated Arts Week 2022 officially started today with a wonderful opening ceremony in the Auditorium. Before that, our Mustangs had a rehearsal period which proved to be an amazing photo opportunity. As we progressed to the ceremony, everyone was so thrilled to see all the exciting performances that our students had in store for the audience.
Yesterday and last week, our Middle School students and Vietnamese Studies teachers enjoyed a bit of a fun time with pottery making at Bopbi House – Pottery studio. These field trips served as opportunities for our students to learn something new outside the classroom and bond with their classmates as well as teachers.
These past days, TAS MSHS students have been doing a very exciting scientific experiment. The purpose is for them to plan and carry out an investigation which will answer the question: Do chemical reactions happen in our mouth?
During today’s lunchtime, it was TAS Spanish studies students and teachers’ turn to embark on their Spanish culture field trip. The trip was the opportunity for them to explore and enjoy some delicious Spanish cuisine at Tomatito restaurant.
TAS Mandarin Studies students and teachers embarked on a field trip to Haidilao restaurant today, and it was super fun! The trip was the opportunity for students to learn about the Chinese culture through its cuisine, represented by the tasty food that students and teachers enjoyed.