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Art Fair

May 11, 2023

Dear Students and Families,

It's time for all students to prepare for the fourth New Life International School art fair! All students are asked to create an art project, a photograph, or a poem. Because of space, the project should be at most A4 size and something we can put on the wall. The piece should be something that is completed within this year. No older entries, please. All entries should be entirely student creations and done at home, not at school or other clubs.

The student's work must be turned in between June 21 and June 23. Viewing can be done from June 26 through the 29th in the 1st-floor hall. Items are not judged; students and families are asked to write feedback for student work. Paper and pencils will be available in the hall for students and parents to write "FAN LETTERS." Please write only positive things that will encourage our budding artists. The fan letters may be written in English or Japanese.

We are excited about our students’ work and know they all have amazing talents ready to show everyone.

Thank you for supporting your child with this project.


New Life International School Teachers

Suggested times for viewing:

Parents of children in Kindergarten through 2nd grade: Monday and Tuesday from 8:40-9:55 and 2:20-3:00.

Parents of children in grades 3rd through 11th grade: Wednesday and Thursday from 8:40-9:55 and 2:20-3:30.

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