An article about Moonlight International Preschool and its unique, special education is published in the Chugoku newspaper. The article was actually written in such a short period of time. A reporter from the newspaper contacted us within a few days and requested an interview. We granted the interview, and within 24 hours, the article is out. Thanks to the reporter, who did all the work by himself. Not only did he show up to interview us, but also he took nice photographs, resulting in the awesome article in the newspaper.
Two important skills required at preschools most often are swiftness and flexibility. The newspaper reporter demonstrated these skills and I felt I could learn a lot from him.
There were numerous responses from people who read the article and we are thankful for each one of them. We are in the spotlight, getting noticed little by little and with that in mind, we will do our best to meet the desired expectations.
All the staff who will be working together from April this year, came for a meeting last Sunday. Unfortunately, most of the staff members are working on weekdays for now and weekends are the only times that we can all plan and prepare for the opening of the preschool. I am sorry that I have to ask the staff to come out on holidays and day- offs. However, they are working hard to prepare for the children when we start next month.
The newspaper mainly published information about the chairman and myself. We are grateful for the strong support of the staff working behind us. Without them, we would not have made it this far. I hugely appreciate everyone for their support and we will continue working hard.