Hummer, Hummerinen, Mütter und Er
Vom Förderverein und SEB Vorstand eingeladen hat Dr. Jan-Uwe Rogge am 28.03.2017 in der ausverkauften Aula den anwesenden Eltern eine Lachtherapie verpasst.
Am 10.3. fand im Rahmen der Preisverleihung des ZONTA Clubs Frankfurt die Übergabe der Förderpreise statt. Weitere Schulen sind beteiligt, so dass auf dem Foto unter anderem Mädchen der Schiller Schule und Helmholtzschule zu sehen sind.
Wir gratulieren allen Preisträgerinnen des GRB und wünschen ihnen viel Erfolg bei den jeweiligen Vorhaben. Gewonnen haben in diesem Jahr die Zonta Talente: Parand Yaghubi, Tabea Hoffmann, Marla Kopp, Nora Riester, Miriam Lara Gabenstatter, Palina Karniychuk, Sanja Steinwand, Lea Ruef, Laura Sommerlad , Hanna Sommerlad
Herzliche Einladung zum naturwissenschaftlichen Abend
am Freitag, den 17. März 2017
in der Aula des Gymnasium Riedberg
On September 28th 2016, we had the honor of welcoming special guests from our partner city Philadelphia, USA at our school. Among them were Councilman Al Taubenberger, Ms. Sandberg of Temple University, Ms. Kohler-Reed, and David Kipphut. During a lively discussion round, students of grade 9d, E- and Q-phase were able to ask our guests many questions about their careers, our sister city and US culture in general.
On the 14th October the students of grades 7 and 8 watched the play „The Witches“ which was performed by the English Theatre Frankfurt and was sponsored by Fraport. The story was written by the famous author Roald Dahl. The actors were authentic and it was great fun to watch the play because it was funny and entertaining. We also liked the shadow acting and had the chance to ask them some questions. This way we got more information about their lives as actors.
This year’s homestay brought about 50 American students to our school.
They all came from different states in the USA to our school for five days and were happy to meet their friendly hosts. When they saw the school building they were surprised by the size of it.
On their first day of their time at our school they went on an excursion with their hosts and their classes and had a great time. The next day was a “normal” school day.
At the end of the Homestay they all were sad that they had to go.
On their way home the American students couldn’t stop talking about anything else. They want to come back to visit their new friends from Germany. But until such time these friendships will last with the help of social media.