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Welcome to TCIS Community Service

TCIS is dedicated to making a difference in our local community, Thailand and the world.  The TCIS student body has a long history of taking action to help others in times of crisis in addition to helping others as a regular practice.  As a faculty, we believe that community service is an integral part of every child’s education.  Students get as much as they give when engaging in service.  By serving and giving, our students build character and develop desirable traits that will benefit them all throughout their lives.  Students have the opportunity to develop their leadership, communication, collaboration, problem-solving and interpersonal skills through participation in the wide array of service projects and events that the TCIS community organizes.  Students who graduate from TCIS do so with a deep understanding of the importance of community service.  Please follow the TCIS community on this webpage as we undertake even more service and giving in the future!

To see upcoming TCIS Community Service events please click here.

Community Service Blog

21 May 2015

Middle School students held a "Charity flea market " on May 20th during lunch time. It was a great success. All earnings will be donated for Nepal relief.

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07 May 2015

Junior Council community service to FORDEC! Lots of hard work, fun and smiles all around! Reflection time and tour at Erawan Museum , too. Thanks to the TCIS community for your donations and support!

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06 April 2015

A new approach in our Community Service Program was planned, prepared for, and implemented by 50 students from the Class of 2017 as they involved themselves in teaching children at the Child Protection and Development Center (CPDC) English, Math, Science, Music, and Art.  They arranged their own timetable so that the children of the area can involve themselves in more than just one subject. This was their agenda for the whole morning of Read More....

10 March 2015

Grade 8 Students embarked on an overnight field trip March 5th and 6th, 2015.  For part of their trio they engaged in an environmental service project in cooperation with the Plant a Tree Today (PATT) Foundation.  TCIS students learned how a tree nursery operates and were able to participate in several steps of the growing process from seed to small tree.  Our students planted over 300 hundred trees on the boarder of Khao Yai Read More....

10 February 2015
A very successful Service Learning weekend with 45 students from the Class of 2018!  The students represented TCIS extremely well during our Community Service project at the Child Protection and Development Center (CPDC) and our McDonald's morning with the kids from the Fr. Ray Children's Village.  They also took time to deliver donation goods to the Pattaya Orphanage.  
They really "Made A Difference"...!!!
 
27 January 2015

21 January 2015

Ms. Elizabeth's Graphic Design class held a Charity Sale on 15th January 2015 to help support PAWS of Bangkok. Please check out their video.

Graphic Design students did a unit on the premise: "You have been asked to design a charity box for a low profile local charity who needs to Read More....

03 December 2014

Over the weekend, 20 Seniors joined Mrs. Julie and Mr. A on another Community Service Trip to Pattaya. The group devoted an entire Saturday morning having activities with the kids at the Fr. Ray Children's Home and an Read More....

17 November 2014

Over the weekend, 50 student volunteers from the Class of 2017 and five teacher-chaperons devoted their time and energy in Making A Difference in the lives of others through a Community Service Project. 

On Saturday morning, 15 November 2014, the group coordinated with Mr. Neo of the NGO Green Pattaya and cleaned up a Homeless Camp along the Central Road of Pattaya Klang from 9:00 to around 11:30 in the morning.  The place was heavily polluted by various materials and objects and the group, upon Read More....

17 November 2014

On Friday November 14th, more than fifty students in grade 7 took a trip to Bang Pu to take part in the royal mangrove forest restoration project.  The king of Thailand has set aside a stretch of coastline that had once been deforested and used for shrimp farming ponds so that it can be turned back into a natural mangrove plantation.  Students learned about the important part mangroves play in the environment by taking part in this Read More....

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