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Parent Association of Japanese School

Parents Association of Japanese School of Detroit (JSD) has been taking a special role to maintain and enhance our school system. Each year, dedicated parent volunteers are actively involved in one of the five committees; Executive Council, General Affairs, Security, Cultural Communication, and Kindergarten Education. Their contributions are an integral part of children's education and operations of the school system.

JSD TODAY is the publication issued once or twice a year by Cultural Communication Committee members. The purpose of JSD TODAY is to provide the local educators better cultural and educational understanding of Japanese students. Its articles include news and events at JSD, Japanese cultures, essays by Japanese students and summary report of ETJ (Educator To Japan) program participants.

Please click JSD TODAY to experience inside of JSD.

JSD Today

2011ETJ Program Essays by ETJ Participants
2010 ETJ Program Essays by ETJ Participants
2008-2009 JSD Today vol.3   Photos from the 2008 ETJ Summer Trip
JSD Today vol.2  The Focus at Our Annual Open House
International Educators to Japan Program
JSD Today vol.1 Novi Meadows Elementary Cultural Leadership Program
Michigan Essay Selection
Sushi Trivia
What is the Real Japanese Food?
2007-2008 JSD Today vol.1 Our New Principal - His Passion in Education and Calligraphy
2007 Educators to Japan (ETJ) Report
Understanding Japanese Students
Kindergarten Festivals - Fun with Tradition
2006-2007 JSD Today vol. 2 2006 Educators to Japan (ETJ) Report
Elementary Class Schedule in Japan
Kyoto Gion Festival - 1,100 Years of History
JSD Today vol. 1 55,000 Japanese Students in Michigan
Importance of Japanese Saturday School
"Undoukai" - the Sports Day Tradition
2005-2006 JSD Today vol. 2 2005 Educators to Japan (ETJ) Report
Responses to Your Questions
Students Essay
JSD Today vol. 1 Students' Presentation at Novi Meadows
Filmmaker hayao Miyazaki - Creator of 2003 Academy Award Winnin "Spirited Away"
English Language Learners (ELL) Program comparisons
Student Essay