Term 2 has been a very busy term for K-SALC. We started having Eiken practice tests as well as introducing students to action plans to help them reach their study goals.
We have also added many new books to the K-SALC library, including new books to help with Eiken study, new novels and some new books for French and Korean studies.
We have seen many high school students coming to the SALC to watch foreign drama and quietly study and we also introduced some students to our new Eiken iPad app.
We hosted a Halloween party which many students enjoyed.
HS1G students completed all their term 2 K-SALC sessions, so now our focus will shift to helping JHS3G students prepare for their short-term study abroad trips in New Zealand.
In term 3 we are looking forward to welcoming back many regular K-SALC users and hope to see some new users come and explore our learning space.