MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL ASSEMBLY 2019 – MSHS

When it comes to celebrating festivals, our MSHS students really know how to bring their best. This afternoon’s MSHS Mid-Autumn Festival assembly, September 13, 2019, was a spectacular show full of wonderful performances. With the constant theme of exploring the origin and tradition of Mid-Autumn Festival in Vietnam, MSHS performers also added other cultural flairs to make this assembly a memorable one. Kudos to all students and teachers who were involved in making this celebration a success, and Happy Mid-Autumn Festival to all our MSHS students, parents and teachers.

MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL ASSEMBLY 2019 – ES&ECC

ES & ECC Mid-Autumn Festival assembly this morning, September 13, 2019, was absolutely awesome. The whole show revolved around the play “The Toad Who Brought the Rain”, based on a Vietnamese folklore. And in between, there were amazing musical performances from our cute little Mustangs, as part of how the story was told. Seeing our students and teachers getting involved in this wonderful play, writing the script, adding different performances, rehearsing day after day and finally showing to others how talented they are, was such a memorable experience. They really put us in the mood for Mid-Autumn Festival celebration!

MSHS ASSEMBLY – STUDENT COUNCIL CAMPAIGN SPEECHES

It’s MSHS Student Council voting season, and our candidates for Public Relations Officer, Treasurer, Vice President and President of TAS Student Council 2019 – 2020 were on fire with their amazing speeches during the assembly this afternoon, August 6, 2019. We are so proud to see our students take their first step to become future world leaders and challenge themselves by running for the Student Council. The assembly ended with a rousing speech from Jagravi Singh, Secretary of the Student Council this year. It’s time to vote for the candidates that have your best interests at heart, students. And clearly, school year 2019 – 2020 is getting off to a good start.

THE FIRST MSHS ASSEMBLY, 2019 – 2020

The first MSHS assembly of the new school year 2019 – 2020 took place this afternoon, August 30, 2019, and TAS hopes that our students were fully informed about the upcoming activities. Apart from school dress code that students must be aware of and follow, other information about after school clubs and Student Council registration was also presented. The spotlight of the assembly was on Nino Moisan, who received recognition for his altruism and good deed on the stage. This assembly is the perfect warm-up to give students the motivation they need for the school year ahead.

MSHS FINAL ESLR ASSEMBLY

MSHS final ESLR assembly was this morning, June 3, 2019, and how bittersweet it felt seeing another school year slowly coming to an end. Great job, all MSHS TAS Mustangs, for all of your hard work throughout the year. We are soon saying goodbye to another class of Seniors, with the Graduation Ceremony on Saturday. But we are also looking forward to the Senior prom, because it’s going to be awesome! And the “Letters to Shakespeare” movie premiere from Mr. Dustin Robert’s Social Studies class is also another one not to be missed!

ECC & ES ASSEMBLY FOR SPORTS, ARTS WEEK & ESLR AWARDS 2018 – 2019

What a great way to conclude this magnificent 2018 – 2019 school year for TAS ECC & ES students with an assembly this morning, May 31, 2019. Sports awards, Arts Week awards and ESLR awards were all given out to the most deserving students. We couldn’t believe how AMAZING our sports teams have been throughout the year! From soccer, basketball, badminton, cross-country running, to table tennis, TAS Mustangs have conquered them all.

Huge congratulations to all students who were awarded, especially those with Comprehensive ESLR Awards, given to them for their overall outstanding performance in Academic, Athletic, Aesthetic and Altruistic aspects during the whole school year. And may all TAS Mustangs achieve even greater successes next year!

MSHS SPORTS ASSEMBLY 2019

Congratulations to those TAS students who received prestigious sports awards during MSHS Sports Assembly yesterday morning, May 27, 2019! You all have proven that when it comes to sports, TAS Mustang spirit always flies high. Hold that trophy and the certificate with pride, because you earned them!

 

TAS ARTS WEEK 2019 ASSEMBLY

Today is the last day of TAS Arts Week 2019. And what’s better way to end this 5-day wonderful artistic experience for TAS students and teachers than having an Arts Week Assembly this morning? Congratulations to those students who won their hard-earned and prestigious awards for being exceptional artists during this momentous week at TAS.

Today is also Dress Up Day, in which students and teachers came to school dressing as their favorite “ARTS” personality. We spotted the Phantom of the Opera, David Bowie, Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, and possibly Dracula. And what about you? Who did you spot?

HEARTBEAT VIETNAM ASSEMBLY 2019

During the wonderful Heartbeat Vietnam assembly yesterday morning, May 2, 2019, we unveiled the donation amount that our students and teachers across Early Childhood Center, Elementary School and Middle School/High School have made for Vietnamese children’s heart surgery. In total, we raised $8,600 for this meaningful charitable cause! Amazing, amazing, TAS team!

Today, more news coming in that there has been more donation, and the amount of donated money we received so far has now gotten over $9,000. Let’s hope there will be more and more donations to come, so that many more underprivileged children will have a chance to live better, healthier lives.

ESLR MAY ASSEMBLY – ECC & ES

It was time for our ECC/ES ESLR May Assembly this morning, May 3, 2019, and we were so glad to see new faces up there on the stages to receive their ESLR Awards Certificates. Congratulations to those who have worked so hard and earned your spots as the best students in Academic, Artistic, Athletic and Altruistic aspects.

The assembly also marked the second time a Mustang challenge took place. It was so fun and exciting to see our youngsters take turn to carry a spoon with a ping pong ball from the start point to the finish point and back. Can you feel the energy and the cheering sound from the crowd? Our kids surely loved the game so much!