Meet Our New Elementary Teachers

ECC Teacher: Jacqui Stransky

Jacqui has been teaching in early childhood settings both internationally and in the USA since 2007. She has taught at GEMS schools in Dubai and in Universal Prek programmes in Madison, Wisconsin. She is a graduate of Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona and has a CACHE early years teaching qualification from the UK. She last lived in New York and will be joined by her husband later in the year. They have two adult children.

ECC Teacher: Marianne Neel

Marianne has been teaching in Early Years education for the past 7 years.  She previously worked at a Reggio Emilia inspired school in Hanoi and prior to that The British School of Guangzhou in China. Marianne began her career in Dublin, Ireland working in Montessori schools and also Special Education.  Marianne has a BA in Montessori Education, is British and has 2 children attending UNIS Hanoi. 

ES Teacher: Michelle Currey

Michelle is Australian and has been teaching since 2006.  She graduated from Newcastle University with a Bachelor of Education in early childhood and began her teaching career in North Sydney Australia. She has spent the past 8 years teaching grades K1-G2  in international schools in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Michelle has a passion for inquiry, play based learning. 

ES Teacher: Jenny-Lee Moore

Jenny-Lee is British and lived in Belgium from 2009 until coming to Hanoi. She is a graduate of European languages, which led her to a career in EU policy, starting in the European Parliament and taking her through human rights, healthcare, environmental law and education. She taught 2nd Grade at the International School of Brussels for 7 years, where she was also Data Privacy Officer as a certified Data Protection Specialist. She has a UK PGCE and a Masters in Education specialising in smart technology. Jenny-Lee is married to Charlie (ES Teacher), and has two children at the school. 

ES Teacher: Charlie Moore

Charlie taught 5th Grade at the International School of Brussels for 10 years where he also coached cross-country and coordinated the school’s mentoring program. Previously, he worked as a political assistant to a British MEP and on Government Affairs and on Branding for GlaxoSmithKline. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in American Studies, a UK PGCE and is a graduate of the PTC. Charlie is British, a keen runner, triathlete and musician. Charlie is married to Jenny-Lee (ES Teacher) and is the father of two children. 

ES Teacher: Harry Dalzell

Harry is from the UK and has been teaching elementary students for over ten years. Before completing a postgraduate certificate in education(PGCE) , Harry studied Psychology in Liverpool. 

He began his teaching career in London, gaining experience in a range of classroom and leadership positions. Interested in more inquiry-based approaches, he moved to the International School of Basel in Switzerland with his partner, Barbara (MS Math teacher) in 2014. He is teaching third grade and so far is loving life at UNIS and Hanoi. 

ES Teacher: Margaret J. Magowan

Margaret (Maggie) Magowan is originally from San Francisco. This is her 8th year teaching and living overseas. Maggie has taught in Bucharest, Romania and most recently at Jakarta Intercultural School in Indonesia. Last year she took a year off to be with her daughter, Elizabeth, born in May 2018. Currently she is working on her Masters of Education in Evidence Based Teaching through the University of Melbourne. This past summer, she married Matt Magowan (Elementary PE teacher).

ES Teacher: Darren Radu

Darren has been co-conspiring with 4th and 5th graders for the past 18 years, initially in Seattle (USA), and for the past three years in Accra, Ghana. He holds an M.Ed (Admin) and is National Board certified. Originally from the Canadian Prairies, he met his wife Jill (ES EAL) in Japan. He has two children at the school.  

ES EAL Teacher: Agnieszka Schaffner

Aga has been teaching English as an Additional Language since 2000 in both Poland and the United Arab Emirates. She has a Bachelor’s degree in English as a Foreign Language, a Master’s in International Relations, and a Master’s in International Education with English as a Second Language (ESL) Specialisation. Aga is from Poland and has two children at UNIS Hanoi. She is married to Scott Schaffner, the High School Principal.

ES EAL Teacher: Jill Landretti

Jill spent the past three years as an elementary EAL/Learning Support teacher in Ghana. Prior to that, she was a classroom teacher for many years in the U.S, before starting her international career as an English instructor in Japan. She has a B.A. in International Studies from the University of Washington and is currently in a master’s programme in International Education (ESL). Born in Hawaii, she grew up in the Marshall Islands. Jill is at UNIS Hanoi with her partner, Darren  (ES Grade 4 Teacher) and two children.

ES Learning Support: Jennifer Szwarc

Jenn Szwarc came to UNIS Hanoi from Bucharest, Romania, where she was the ES learning support teacher.  She spent three years in Romania and prior to that,  taught in Thailand and San Diego, California.  Jenn was born and raised in southern California and received degrees in Psychology and an MA in Teaching with an emphasis in mild/ moderate special education.  Her husband Micah (ES Physical Education) will join her in Hanoi. She enjoys traveling, hiking and meeting new people.

ES Learning Support: Claire Harrison-Poole

Claire has been teaching a range of complex learners for the past 7 years in a Special School in the South West of England.  She has been supporting staff in her wider role as an advisory teacher for learners with Multi Sensory Impairment. She has an Environmental Science Degree from Plymouth University and previously taught in mainstream Secondary Science, specialising in Chemistry. Claire was the Science Coordinator in her previous role. She holds a Post Graduate Diploma, the Mandatory Qualification for teaching Multi Sensory Impaired Learners from Birmingham University.  Claire is from London and has moved to Hanoi with her husband and son.

ES Music (ECC focus): Elizabeth Wolden

Liz received her BM in Piano Performance from the Boston Conservatory and her MM in Music Education and Piano Performance from Boston University. She has previously taught in schools in Massachusetts, Cairo, Yangon, Delhi and Abu Dhabi and has joined the ECC team at UNIS Hanoi.

 

ES Physical Education: Shannon Marie Schultz

Shannon is from the USA and has been teaching Physical Education and Health for 8 years internationally. She has a Master’s in Education Leadership from the University of Minnesota-Moorhead and a Bachelor’s in Kinesiology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a K-12 PE and Health Certification. Shannon has worked in India and China before moving to Vietnam with her husband, Anwer (MS Counsellor).

ES Technology & Innovation Coach: William Neal Clark

Originally from the United States, William joins UNIS Hanoi following  10 years at GEMS, UAE. He began his journey with GEMS as a Grade 4 and Grade 5 homeroom teacher and for the next 6 years occupied the role of Technology and Innovation Coach.  Collaborating with teachers to meaningfully and successfully integrate technology and innovation in their classrooms is a big part of that job, one that he is wholeheartedly committed to. William holds a Masters Degree in Elementary Education.  He is joined in Hanoi by his wife, Stephanie.

ES French (60%): Milène Magre

Milène has experience teaching French and Spanish from grade 3 to grade 12. She earned her PGCE in French and Spanish in the UK. After a few years teaching in Birmingham, Milène decided to take on a new challenge and to move to China. In Shanghai she developed her knowledge of Mandarin and taught French and Spanish from grade 2 to grade 12. Milene arrived at UNIS Hanoi last year and worked as  an MYP French Teacher. Milene is passionate about languages and she takes every opportunity to learn new phrases in Vietnamese.

ECC Physical Education: Micah David Liu Smith (Maternity Cover)

Micah is from Palo Alto, California and previously worked as a Foreign ESL Teacher in Thailand and Romania. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a TEFL certification.  He is currently completing his Master’s Degree in Teaching. His wife, Jennifer Szwarc, is an ES Learning Support at UNIS Hanoi. They both enjoy hiking, travelling, and meeting new people. 

Director of Enrolment and Marketing Management: Teri K. Ostrom 

T.K. began her career in the corporate industries advancing the mission and helping these organisations understand customer service including telling a story about their vision. Since leaving the corporate sector, she has spent 15 years in Admission/Advancement with schools in the United States, China, and Guatemala. She has also provided her expertise as a consultant with international schools throughout the world. T.K. has a Bachelor’s degree in Recreation and is from the United States.

D-12 Speech and Language Pathologist: Brian Walker

Brian has been a speech-language pathologist, providing therapy to children and adults, for more than 20 years.  Before becoming a SLP, he taught English in Papua New Guinea and China.  Most recently, Brian was the SLP at the American School in Japan. He has spent the last year traveling and working in Europe.  Brian and his wife are originally from the United States. 

School Health Centre Coordinator: Joanne Connolly (Jo)

Jo has been working as a Registered Nurse for 14 years in New Zealand and Australia and for the past 4 years as part of the clinical education team within the private healthcare sector in Australia. Jo has a Bachelor’s Degree of Nursing from New Zealand. During the 90’s Jo was an expat child in Hanoi for 7 years, which is where her passion for nursing was born. Jo has 2 children. Jo and her husband are originally from New Zealand.

Athletic Trainer: Marc Voicechovski

Marc is a Certified Athletic Trainer, dealing with the prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Previously, Marc worked at the Delbarton School for 8 years and also worked for a physical therapy clinic, while serving as the Head Athletic Trainer for Mamaroneck High School. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training and a Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Sciences. Marc, and his wife Cydny, are from New Jersey, USA.

Open Doors – Open Classrooms – Open Minds!

Dear Parents,

We warmly invite you to our Elementary School Open Classrooms – next Thursday and Friday, 15-16 November .

Your child’s open classroom schedule indicating which lessons are open for you to enter and observe has now been shared with you on the homeroom’s blog.

 

What are Open Classrooms?

Have you ever wondered what inquiry-based learning is like for your child? Here is your chance! Open Classrooms showcase learning in action. For two days, at selected times, our classrooms are open for you to observe lessons that put the philosophy and pedagogy of the Primary Years Programme into practice.

Purpose of Open Classrooms

Open Classrooms is for parents to get an insider’s view of what life is like inside the classrooms at UNIS Hanoi. By opening up our classroom doors we would like to give parents a glimpse of student-centered, constructivist teaching and learning in action. We aim to demonstrate our inquiry based teaching philosophy which is central to our identity as an IB school.

How does it work?

  • Classrooms will be designated as ‘open house’ events for certain lessons on Thursday and Friday, 15-16 November, 2018.
  • All specialist lessons will be designated as ‘open’ on Thursday 15 November (all day) and on Friday 16 November (until 11.10am).
  • Classes will be a reflection of our PYP programme: what you will see will be a snapshot of our regular lessons, routines and activities.
  • Parents may attend any of their child’s open lessons – both homeroom classes and specialist lessons.
  • Parents may only visit open lessons in classes that their child attends.

What might I see?

All lessons are different, though you may expect to see:

  • Lessons that have a clear learning objective which has been explained to the students
  • A variety of lessons and subject areas open for parents to observe (and in some cases, you may be invited to participate).
  • Lessons that showcase students demonstrating the Learner Profile
  • Lessons that involve students using a variety of transdisciplinary skills (thinking, research,problem solving, social and self-management skills)
  • Lessons that are based on students’ understanding of broad concepts, in addition to specific content (e.g. the concept of “form” in addition to the content of balanced gymnastics movements in PE).

Which classrooms are NOT open?

Due to the following teachers being involved in other professional development activities, their classes will not be open:

  • Maria Abella (music, strings, choir)
  • Noor Sandhu (music, choir)

What is my responsibility as a visitor to an active learning environment?

  • Silence and put away all mobile devices.
  • Please enter classrooms quietly and be on time. We recommend you stay for at least 20 minutes to see the flow of the lesson.
  • Please be aware of not interrupting the flow of a lesson/your child’s learning.
  • Interact with your children only when/if invited to do so. Some classes will be ‘observe only’ while others may be more interactive.
  • Please leave younger siblings at home with a caregiver, so that you may give you full attention to your child’s class.
  • All parents must wear their UNIS Hanoi Parent ID badge.
  • Photographing students is not permitted.

We look forward to welcoming you on Thursday November 15 and Friday November 16.

Sincerely,

Megan Brazil
Elementary School Principal

 

 

Outdoor Classroom Day

Dear Parents,

On Thursday November 8, the Elementary School will participate in international Outdoor Classroom Day.  Weather permitting, the students will be outside from 8:10-10:25. To help make this day successful, please make sure that your child:
  • wears sunscreen to school
  • has a hat
  • has a full water bottle
  • has a change of clothes in a reusable, labelled bag

Thank you for your support!
ES Teachers

D-K1 and Grade 1 Math Coffee Mornings

Parents, have you ever wondered what math class looks and feels like at UNIS Hanoi or how to support your students at home?

 

Join us for an informal and interactive conversation about the mathematics’ development at your child’s grade level. We will discuss the what and why’s about mathematics instruction and how learning can be supported outside of school.

Special Maths Coffee Mornings for D/K1 and Grade 1 are on the dates below. Both sessions will last from 8:30-9:30 in the Creativity Space across from the Grade 4 classrooms. Please contact your child’s teacher if you have questions.

D/K1                 Wednesday, November 7

Grade 1             Wednesday, October 31

 


Beth Murray
D-5 Extension and Enrichment Coach

ES Snack Sale – Monday October 29

The Elementary School Snack Sale is a long standing tradition at UNIS Hanoi. Over 25 years ago, the “Bake Sale” was created to raise funds for library books while providing students with the opportunity to taste a diverse range of snacks from all around the world! The Snack Sale has evolved into a fun opportunity for children to exercise choice, learn how to handle money and is raising awareness of the value of healthy snacks.

How does the Snack Sale Work?

There are four snack sales per academic year. All Elementary School classes are divided into four groups of contributing classes, so that each class will contribute to one snack sale. In order for your child to participate in the snack sale, please send him/her to school with money (Cost: 10,000VND per snack/ Limit 2 snacks per child).

The 2018-2019 Snack Sale Dates and Contributing Classes:

  • October 29 (All Grade 5 homerooms + Grade 2 b + K2c + K2d)
  • February 18 (All Grade 4 homerooms + Grade 2c + K1c + Discovery a +Discovery b)
  • May 13 (All Grade 1 + Grade 2d + K1a + K1b)

What to Bring?

As a Nut and Allergy Aware campus we require all snacks to include a list of ingredients. When it is your turn to be a contributing class, we encourage that each family supports the ES Snack Sale by providing:

  • 10 individually wrapped homemade snacks (the value of each treat should be at least 10,000VND)
  • A labeled container/dish with your child’s class and name
  • On the morning of the snack sale, please deliver the snacks BEFORE 8.10am to the designated tables in the ECC or ES Courtyard

Healthy Snacks are Important Everyday!

Need Healthy Snack Ideas? Check out these yummy websites:

Jamie Oliver – Healthy Snacks
Lolly Jane – Healthy Fun Kids Snacks
Parenting.com – 32 Healthy Kids Snacks
Super Healthy Kids
BBC Good Food – Kids Snacks
Kidspot.com

Please note, we will not sell any Choco-pies, chips, candies, pre-packaged cookies or chocolate bars.

Witness the best part of it all…

The kids faces light up when they see all the snacks available for purchase, but they love it even more when they see their parents at school! So if you’re free for 1.5 hours on the morning of an ES Snack Sale come by, hang around and help sell the snack to the kids and be part of the action!

If you have any questions, please contact the ES Snack Sale Coordinators: Seung Shin Lee, Yuju Moon, Hiromi Ogura and Naoko Murakami at snacksale@unishanoi.org .

ES Snack Sale – Coming Soon!

The Elementary School Snack Sale is a long standing tradition at UNIS Hanoi. Over 25 years ago, the “Bake Sale” was created to raise funds for library books while providing students with the opportunity to taste a diverse range of snacks from all around the world! The Snack Sale has evolved into a fun opportunity for children to exercise choice, learn how to handle money and is raising awareness of the value of healthy snacks.

How does the Snack Sale Work?

There are four snack sales per academic year. All Elementary School classes are divided into four groups of contributing classes, so that each class will contribute to one snack sale. In order for your child to participate in the snack sale, please send him/her to school with money (Cost: 10,000VND per snack/ Limit 2 snacks per child).

The 2018-2019 Snack Sale Dates and Contributing Classes:

  • October 29 (All Grade 5 homerooms + Grade 2 b + K2c + K2d)
  • February 18 (All Grade 4 homerooms + Grade 2c + K1c + Discovery a +Discovery b)
  • May 13 (All Grade 1 + Grade 2d + K1a + K1b)

What to Bring?

As a Nut and Allergy Aware campus we require all snacks to include a list of ingredients. When it is your turn to be a contributing class, we encourage that each family supports the ES Snack Sale by providing:

  • 10 individually wrapped homemade snacks (the value of each treat should be at least 10,000VND)
  • A labeled container/dish with your child’s class and name
  • On the morning of the snack sale, please deliver the snacks BEFORE 8.10am to the designated tables in the ECC or ES Courtyard

Healthy Snacks are Important Everyday!

Need Healthy Snack Ideas? Check out these yummy websites:

Jamie Oliver – Healthy Snacks
Lolly Jane – Healthy Fun Kids Snacks
Parenting.com – 32 Healthy Kids Snacks
Super Healthy Kids
BBC Good Food – Kids Snacks
Kidspot.com

Please note, we will not sell any Choco-pies, chips, candies, pre-packaged cookies or chocolate bars.

Witness the best part of it all…

The kids faces light up when they see all the snacks available for purchase, but they love it even more when they see their parents at school! So if you’re free for 1.5 hours on the morning of an ES Snack Sale come by, hang around and help sell the snack to the kids and be part of the action!

If you have any questions, please contact the ES Snack Sale Coordinators: Seung Shin Lee, Yuju Moon, Hiromi Ogura and Naoko Murakami at snacksale@unishanoi.org .

Upcoming Parent Session with the Counsellors – Save the Date!

The Elementary School Counsellors hope that all students and families have been enjoying a successful start to the 2018-2019 school year. We especially acknowledge our new families, and hope that your settling process has been kind to you!

It’s hard to believe that we are heading into October break having completed eight weeks of school. In these first few weeks the Elementary Counsellors have been supporting new students in small groups, delivering whole class guidance lessons, as well as consulting with teachers and meeting with parents to ensure a smooth start to the year.

We are excited to announce that we will be offering several parent workshops this school year. Our proposed topics have been identified with the help of UNIS Hanoi parents, so we know that they will be of interest to our community. Upcoming topics include: transitions, parenting skills, negotiating screen time in your home, and fostering childhood independence, to name a few.

We will offer our next session:

Please let us know if you have any questions about our counseling programme or our roles in the elementary school. Please don’t hesitate to contact Kris Bezzerides D-G2 (kbezzerides@unishanoi.org) or Dylan Meikle 3-5 (dmeikle@unishanoi.org).

Elementary School Healthy Snack Sale

The Elementary School Snack Sale is a long standing tradition at UNIS Hanoi. Over 25 years ago, the “Bake Sale” was created to raise funds for library books while providing students with the opportunity to taste a diverse range of snacks from all around the world! The Snack Sale has evolved into a fun opportunity for children to exercise choice, learn how to handle money and is raising awareness of the value of healthy snacks.

How does the Snack Sale Work?

There are four snack sales per academic year. All Elementary School classes are divided into four groups of contributing classes, so that each class will contribute to one snack sale. In order for your child to participate in the snack sale, please send him/her to school with money (Cost: 10,000VND per snack/ Limit 2 snacks per child).

The 2018-2019 Snack Sale Dates and Contributing Classes:

  • September 17 (All Grade 3 Homerooms + Grade 2a + K2a + K2b)
  • October 29 (All Grade 5 homerooms + Grade 2 b + K2c + K2d)
  • February 18 (All Grade 4 homerooms + Grade 2c + K1c + Discovery a +Discovery b)
  • May 13 (All Grade 1 + Grade 2d + K1a + K1b)

What to Bring?

As a Nut and Allergy Aware campus we require all snacks to include a list of ingredients. When it is your turn to be a contributing class, we encourage that each family supports the ES Snack Sale by providing:

  • 10 individually wrapped homemade snacks (the value of each treat should be at least 10,000VND)
  • A labeled container/dish with your child’s class and name
  • On the morning of the snack sale, please deliver the snacks BEFORE 8.10am to the designated tables in the ECC or ES Courtyard

Healthy Snacks are Important Everyday!

Need Healthy Snack Ideas? Check out these yummy websites:

Jamie Oliver – Healthy Snacks
Lolly Jane – Healthy Fun Kids Snacks
Parenting.com – 32 Healthy Kids Snacks
Super Healthy Kids
BBC Good Food – Kids Snacks
Kidspot.com

Please note, we will not sell any Choco-pies, chips, candies, pre-packaged cookies or chocolate bars.

Witness the best part of it all…

The kids faces light up when they see all the snacks available for purchase, but they love it even more when they see their parents at school! So if you’re free for 1.5 hours on the morning of an ES Snack Sale come by, hang around and help sell the snack to the kids and be part of the action!

If you have any questions, please contact the ES Snack Sale Coordinators: Seung Shin Lee, Yuju Moon, Hiromi Ogura and Naoko Murakami at snacksale@unishanoi.org .

ES Maths Coffee Mornings

Parents, have you ever wondered what math class looks and feels like at UNIS Hanoi or how to support your students at home?

Join us for an informal and interactive conversation about the mathematics’ development at your child’s grade level. We will discuss the what and why’s about mathematics instruction and how learning can be supported outside of school.

We will have a special Maths Coffee Morning for each grade level on the dates below. All sessions will last from 8:30-9:30 in the Creativity Space across from the Grade 4 classrooms. Please contact your child’s teacher if you have questions.

D/K1                 Wednesday, November 7

K2                    Friday, September 28

Grade 1             Wednesday, October 31

Grade 2             Wednesday, September 26

Grade 3             Friday, October 5

Grade 4             Tuesday, September 18

Grade 5             Wednesday, September 19


Beth Murray
D-5 Extension and Enrichment Coach

Tết Trung Thu – Moon Festival

“TẾT TRUNG THU”, one of the most important festivals in Vietnam is a traditional celebration for children on the 15th of August of the lunar calendar.

The celebration of “Tết Trung Thu” is a highlight of the Vietnamese program which helps students and the school community to learn more about the host country’s  culture.

At UNIS Hanoi, our Grades 2, 4 and 5 students who attend the Vietnamese classes are going to host two assemblies in the school theater as below:

  • Assembly 1: On Thursday, September 20 at 8.40-9.20 for G2-5 students
  • Assembly 2: On Thursday, September 20 at 9.30-10.10 for ECC-G1 students and parents.

After the assemblies, the students are going to join different Moon Festival toy workshops. There will be “Tết Trung Thu” party at snack time.

Teachers and students are encouraged to wear “Áo Dài” – The Vietnamese traditional dress on the day. You can buy a readymade “ Áo Dài” in many shops around the old quarter of Hanoi such as Hàng Gai – “Nice Silk” shop at  74 Hang Gai street, Hàng Đào and Lương Văn Can streets or you can go to this website for ordering Áo dài for kids.

“TẾT TRUNG THU THẬT VUI!” – MOON FESTIVAL IS FUN

ES Snack Sale – September 17

The Elementary School Snack Sale is a long standing tradition at UNIS Hanoi. Over 25 years ago, the “Bake Sale” was created to raise funds for library books while providing students with the opportunity to taste a diverse range of snacks from all around the world! The Snack Sale has evolved into a fun opportunity for children to exercise choice, learn how to handle money and is raising awareness of the value of healthy snacks.

How does the Snack Sale Work?

There are four snack sales per academic year. All Elementary School classes are divided into four groups of contributing classes, so that each class will contribute to one snack sale. In order for your child to participate in the snack sale, please send him/her to school with money (Cost: 10,000VND per snack/ Limit 2 snacks per child).

 

The 2018-2019 Snack Sale Dates and Contributing Classes:

  • September 17 (All Grade 3 Homerooms + Grade 2a + K2a + K2b)
  • October 29 (All Grade 5 homerooms + Grade 2 b + K2c + K2d)
  • February 18 (All Grade 4 homerooms + Grade 2c + K1c + Discovery a +Discovery b)
  • May 13 (All Grade 1 + Grade 2d + K1a + K1b)

What to Bring?

As a Nut and Allergy Aware campus we require all snacks to include a list of ingredients. When it is your turn to be a contributing class, we encourage that each family supports the ES Snack Sale by providing:

  • 10 individually wrapped homemade snacks (the value of each treat should be at least 10,000VND)
  • A labeled container/dish with your child’s class and name
  • On the morning of the snack sale, please deliver the snacks BEFORE 8.10am to the designated tables in the ECC or ES Courtyard

Healthy Snacks are Important Everyday!

Need Healthy Snack Ideas? Check out these yummy websites:

Jamie Oliver – Healthy Snacks
Lolly Jane – Healthy Fun Kids Snacks
Parenting.com – 32 Healthy Kids Snacks
Super Healthy Kids
BBC Good Food – Kids Snacks
Kidspot.com

Please note, we will not sell any Choco-pies, chips, candies, pre-packaged cookies or chocolate bars.

Witness the best part of it all…

The kids faces light up when they see all the snacks available for purchase, but they love it even more when they see their parents at school! So if you’re free for 1.5 hours on the morning of an ES Snack Sale come by, hang around and help sell the snack to the kids and be part of the action!

If you have any questions, please contact the ES Snack Sale Coordinators: Seung Shin Lee, Yuju Moon, Hiromi Ogura and Naoko Murakami at snacksale@unishanoi.org .