Sister School Agreement

Pengfei Ye, the vice principal of Fuyang High School and director of the Advanced Placement program at the school, attended the Oct. 10 board meeting, along with his niece and an educator from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Lindgren added that a typical high school student gets up .m at 5:30 a.m. and is in class, training or studying until 9:30 p.m.m. Johnson called the trip a scouting mission to find out what steps can be taken to connect our schools to those in Fuyang. Herrmann, Johnson and Lindgren spent three full days in China discussing with teachers, students, administrators, alumni and community members the strengths and opportunities to improve the Chinese education system. They also observed classes in many schools. “We had a fantastic time in China,” said Lindgren, who said they were there as the school celebrated its 70th anniversary. The trip opened your eyes. Johnson hopes the deal will increase student exchanges in the long run. Officials at Fuyang High School have also expressed interest in some of MHS`s advanced placement teachers working there. He also expects an exchange of teachers and school leaders The Board of Education passed a resolution in early October to conclude a sister school agreement with Fuyang Yongxing Schools in China. .

. .

Author: Franck Pertegas

Share This Post On