The goal of the QSI Pápa PSG is to serve and support the school community and enrich the QSI experience for all students. All parents, teachers, and staff who have children attending QSI Pápa are invited to be a part of the PSG. PSG Meetings are held every first Tuesday of the month (with some … More PSG – Parent Support Group
Please take the time to complete the parent MSA survey when you get a chance. Just click on the MSA link and it will take you to the survey.
Dr. Delaney Ruston – So much is going on with Facebook RIGHT NOW. The Facebook/Instagram whistleblower is testifying at this moment before the Senate. Yesterday Facebook, Instagram, Oculus, and WhatsApp all went down for hours for the first time ever. On Sunday night, 60 Minutes revealed the identity of the Facebook whistleblower. Her name is … More Discussing The Facebook Whistleblower With Our Kids
We will be visited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSA) in the spring. This is who we receive our accreditation from, along with a separate authorization within Hungary. MSA is an American accrediting association who last visited us in 2018. That was a successful visit (we received accreditation!), and we are … More Accreditation Survey
Dr. Delaney Ruston – Parenting is inherently anxiety-provoking. But feeling anxious at times is different than letting anxiety control the way we parent. Having the insight and capacity not to be led by anxiety can be difficult. After all, some anxiety helps us make good parenting decisions — such as concern about a teen’s safety … More Is Anxiety Driving Your Parenting?
We are happy to welcome a newcomer to the QSI Pápa staff. Marcell Csizmadia is our new administrative assistant on campus. He comes with lots of experience, both administrative and educational. He is from Nagygyimót, a small village near Pápa. He enjoys everything related to the English language, which he has been learning since he … More Welcome Marcell!
Carpool drop-off is often a challenge in schools. With so many children arriving at the same time, safety has to be monitored, and whatever system is in place should run smoothly. We’ve got a pretty smooth system, but there is always room for improvement. One of Mr. Stehly’s classes was doing a project on analyzing … More Student Safety Solutions
China has just launched new video gaming restrictions for kids under 18: Kids cannot play video games (on computers or phones) during the week, limiting their video gaming from 8 pm to 9 pm, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, and on public holidays, totaling no more than 3 hours per week. The last time China made … More Should 3 Hours A Week of Gaming Be The law?