Our task, regarding creativity, is to help children climb their own mountains, as high as possible. No one can do more.
~ Loris Malaguzzi
This is the time of year when our entire community is in transition. Members of our school community are either leaving, entering a new place, or being left behind. Transition impacts us all. As a school, our teachers and counselors engage our students in conversations about managing transitions with resilience and positivity.
Many of our teachers are also in transition. We are grateful to the following educators who have put their hearts and souls into creating meaningful learning experiences for our students, while contributing actively to our school values of Learning, Community and Responsibility. We know that they have touched the lives of many students and their families during their time at UNIS Hanoi.
Aaron Davis (2 years of service) – Moving to Jordan
Andrea Marrinson (3 years of service) – Moving to Tunisia
Andrea Snyder (2 years of service) – Moving to USA
Anissa Zotos (4 years of service) – Moving to Cyprus
Angela Meikle (2 years of service) – Moving within Vietnam
Bart Maas (3 years of service) – Moving to Thailand
Cam McHale (7 years of service) – Moving to Sri Lanka
Jeff Reynolds (2 years of service) – Moving to Hong Kong
Julie Conroy (8 years of service) – Moving to Kenya
Sally Oxenberry (9 years of service) – Moving to Australia
Sharon Henderson (6 years of service) – Moving to USA
Stefan Hendry (4 years of service) – Moving to Morocco
These teachers have all helped our students to ‘climb their own mountains’ and for that, we are incredibly grateful. Please join me in wishing them well for their new adventures ahead as they continue to make a difference in the lives of children in other parts of the world.