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Congratulations to RSIPC students who participated at the Bay County History Fair!

Outside the Box – Christy Johnson A handful of select students were out of school on Thursday, february 23rd! They were presenting their history projects at the 2012 Tom Barefield History Fair. This is a districtwide event that was held at the Gulf Coast State College.  These five students earned top scores at the Renascence School International History Fair, earning them the opportunity to compete at the county level. There were more than 350 students from middle and high schools across the district participating in five categories: documentaries, performances, exhibits,history papers and website. There were individual and group entires. The students from the Renascence School that competed were Katherine Kozan, Sarah Rifai, Amelia Talkington, Destiny Worley and Vicky Wu and their teacher is Mrs. Fish. The students brought much excitement to the event and we are so proud of what a outstanding job they did!...

Special Memories are Made on Bring A Friend to School Day!

Outside the Box – Christy Johnson At the Renascence School International in Panama City Florida, students had a special opportunity to bring a friend to school on Presidents Day!  Each visiting friend  that came to the event went to classes and participated in all of the programs that the school has to offer.  Visiting students were able to see what a day at the Renascence school was like. One of the highlights for the children was taking part in the Mandarin Chinese language immersion program and Spanish classes that are an essential part of the curriculum. This was an incredible opportunity for students to see if the school is a good match for them.  The students had a special time with their...

Students at the Renascence School International Panama City Campus celebrate Valentines Day

Outside the Box – Christy Johnson Qíng rén jié kuài lè  (Happy Valentines Day in Mandarin Chinese) Feliz Día de San Valentín  (Happy Valentines Day in Spanish) At the Renascence School International Panama City campus, students were celebrating with their teachers and classmates on Valentines Day.  Some of the children were making Valentines crafts that they could wear on their head, while other children made bookmarks and heart shaped boxes for their loved ones. The children were busy cutting, glueing, coloring and painting and having lots of fun They were excited to take their Valentines creations home to their families.        ...

Renascence School International Panama City Hosts Open House and History Fair

Outside the Box – Christy Johnson The Renascence School International held its history fair and open house on Tuesday, January 31 at the Panama City campus.  The history fair was open to the public and refreshments were served.  There was a nervous excitement in the air as the students took turns talking about their projects and facing tough questions from the judges. The open house took place adjacent to the history fair and prospective families were invited to view the projects. The visiting families also had the opportunity to meet teachers, talk with staff and interact with current RSI families. In addition, the award winning curriculum was on display. Textbooks and other materials from each grade level were available for parents and visitors to view.  Teachers and staff members answered questions, so parents could decide whether Renascence School International is a good match for their...

Congratulations to our Regional Science Fair Winners!

Outside the Box – Christy Johnson The Renascence School International Panama City campus Science Fair which was held on Dec. 16th, was the first Mandarin Chinese and English dual language science fair in the state of Florida. Three students scored high enough at this fair to move on to compete at the Bay County Three Rivers Science and Engineering Fair at the Florida State University, Panama City campus on Tuesday, Jan 24th to compete against other students from all of Bay County. Excitement was in the air and there were a lot of interesting projects on display. The three Renascence School International students that competed there are all in a language immersion program at the school in which they are learning science in Mandarin Chinese through their science teacher Ms. Xiao. Katherine Kozan, with her project on ball weight overcoming air resistance”, placed second in Physics and Astronomy and will be an alternate for the Florida State competition if someone is unable to attend. Vicky Wu placed first in botany with her project on the affect of different colored light on plants. Amelia Talkington also placed first with her research on how genetic modification changes corn in the biochemistry category. Both Vicky and Amelia will be moving on to the Florida State competition on April 3rd – 5th in Lakeland, Florida. What an...
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