Thank you for your patience regarding Summer Camp 2020 registration. KIS administration and teachers have planned for a safe and responsible re-entry to school. Feel free to review our current re-entry guidelines, summer camp specific guidelines will be shared at a later date.
Kyoto Prefecture announces miscellaneous schools (KIS) can plan to re-enter
On Saturday 16 May Kyoto Prefecture announced miscellaneous schools could commence planning for re-entry by students into school. The expectation from local government and the Ministry of Education is that re-entry is undertaken as a phased (different grade levels at a time) approach to support social distancing.
Staff have begun planning to ensure a safe and healthy return to campus. This will include changing classroom structures; adjusting timetables; setting up cleaning zones; and putting safe classroom practices in place.
Early Years Re-Entry to KIS 22 May
On Friday 22 May EL1, EL2, EL3 students will re-enter KIS from 0830-1130. More details will be sent out during the week and posted on the school website.
EL1-EL3 will continue this schedule on Monday 25 May until further notice.
Grades 1-Grade 2 Re-Entry to KIS 25 May
On Monday 25 May G1-G2 will re-enter KIS from 0830-1130. Students will continue this schedule until further notice.
Grades 3-Grade 8 Re-Entry to KIS 25 May
On Monday 25 May G3-G8 will re-enter KIS from 1230-1530. Students will continue this schedule until further notice.
Friday 22 May: 0830-1130 EL1-EL3
Monday 25 May: 0830-1130 EL1-G2
Monday 25 May: 1230-1530 G3-G8
This phased return allows KIS to focus on cleaning and social distancing, at the same time as welcoming students back on campus in a safe manner.
KIS will send out a complete guide to the Re-entry to school during the week.
As a staff and community we are extremely excited by the prospect of having students back with us on campus.
Kyoto International School supports local community in Covid-19 fight: Horikawa Hospital Project update
KIS community members,
Thank you for your generous support of this community project.
We are pleased to inform you that your PTA handed over more than 600 gowns with messages of support to Horikawa Hospital on May 8th. Horikawa Hospital has received more than 10,000 gowns from all over Japan to date. Though KIS’s involvement in this project is over, you can still support Horikawa Hospital by delivering gowns and masks yourselves directly.