Parent/Student Handbook

Japanese Abacus Math School Handbook

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This Parent handbook was created to promote an understanding of JAMS policies and procedures. The information in this handbook applies to all activities occurring at our school. It is important that parents and students are familiar with these expectations.

Please remove the last page of the parent handbook, sign and return it to the school, it will be kept in your child’s file. Your signature means you have acknowledged the receipt of the handbook and understood the policies and procedures of JAMS.

Parent’s Handbook is emailed to all Parents after enrollment and registration confirmation. Please call us or email info@jamsportland.com if you have not received your copy after registration. Thank you!

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Registration is Now Open! Register Today!! Register as a New Student  ::  Register as a Returning Student Summer Camp – 6/27-8/18 (8 weeks) Tuesday-Friday Beginner 3:30-4:30, 6-7pm Tuition: $720 Intermediate, PreAdvanced, and Advanced 4:30-6pm Tuition: $360 Homework option 4 weeks – $125 8 weeks – $250 There is no make up week, just make up as you go! Registration Deadline is 6/16 (Fri.). If you are not taking ...

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From Our Parents & Students...

Abacus has helped me tremendously not only in my education but also my social life and ability to communicate with others. As stated above Abacus has enabled me to stay one step ahead of my competition and peers giving me the opportunity to excel in math and other subjects such as physics. Abacus has also built a strong foundation of my public speaking. I was one of the mc's for a competition which really raised my confidence in talking to a large crowd and helped my ability to stay composed in front of a crowd of people. I also remember teaching/helping lower class classes which in turn helped me grow as an individual. The biggest take back from Abacus was to be able to maintain my Japanese culture while living in the US. I now know how important it is for me to maintain a steady balance of my Japanese culture as well as my American culture. Being taught by sensei has really allowed me to maintain that throughout my early years in life and I am very thankful for that. -- Ren Morita