Vol. X No.9 - April 18 - May 3, 2011



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APIS sees two students win awards at 3rd All School Idol competition

Grandma cares reaches out at CMU

 

APIS sees two students win awards at 3rd All School Idol competition

APIS students took 2 of the four titles at the Annual Chiang Mai Regional All School Idol & Challenge of the Bands: Inter-School Music Talent Competition.

Two students from American Pacific International School won in two categories in the singing competition at the 3rd Annual Chiang Mai Regional All School Idol & Challenge of the Bands: Inter-School Music Talent Competition recently held at the Playhouse Theatre, Chiang Mai.

Twelfth grader Jessika Patkamit of American Pacific International School won in the singing competition for the High School Category with the song “I Will Survive” while sixth grader Diana Vornicu of American Pacific International School also won in the Middle School Category with the song “Voices in My Head”.

Over 500 people attended the sold out show and over 40 contestants competed in four categories; “High School”, “Middle School”, “Elementary School” and the “Band Competition” at the 3rd Annual Chiang Mai Regional All School Idol & Challenge of the Bands: Inter-School Music Talent Competition. Ayearly event that sees the five top international schools in Chiang Mai including American Pacific International School, PTIS, Lanna International School, Chiang Mai International School and Nakornpayap International School joining in the competition. This year American Pacific International School won two out of four awards in the competition.


Grandma cares reaches out at CMU

On April 9 the Grandma Cares program sponsored by the Rotary Club of Hong Kong North East District 3450 distributed 4,000 baht to 18 children from the ages of 10- to 18 years old at a program held at the CMU Humanities building. Together with the grandparents, care-takers from 6 different schools and areas surrounding Chiang Mai, Rotary Club Chiang Mai ThinThaiNgam President Rasamee Phithakmanokul and club members together with International University exchange students from Chiang Mai University and Payap held activities for the students and grandparents offering meditation, help using English to email sponsors, drawing classes and exercises to build confidence in their leadership qualities.



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