The Department of Disease Control (DDC) is encouraging people to take care of themselves during the Songkran holiday in Thailand by strictly practicing COVID-19 prevention measures while traveling to and staying in their hometown, in order to reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection. The DDC also advises people to get ready before traveling, to make sure that both their physical condition and their vehicles are prepared, in order to have a safe journey. The public is encouraged to practice the “DMHTTA” measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19: 1. D - Distancing: Keeping physical distancing is essential to reducing the risk of COVID-19 infection. 2. M - Mask-wearing: Wearing face masks at all times in public is required to prevent the disease. 3. H - Hand washing: Washing hands, especially before eating, and avoiding touching the mouth or nose are also simple, effective practices. 4. T - Testing (temperature check): Checking body temperature is helpful for health screening. 5. T - Thai Chana application use: Using the Thai Chana mobile application is important to fight further waves of the pandemic. Simply scan the QR code when checking in and out of any places you visit, especially in crowded areas. 6. A - Avoid traveling to high-risk areas in order to reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection.
Interview with Puyefang—our grade 10 student who was selected as one of the Top 11 teams in the Chatbot Hackathon! . Puyefang was also selected as a part of the youngest team in the competition. With her outstanding achievements, KMIDS is very proud of her! . . #KMIDS S #KMIDSPROUD... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to Puyefang! . KMIDS would like to offer our congratulations to Sataphon Obra (Puyefang), our grade 10 student! . G10 Sataphon Obra (Puyefang) was selected as one of the Top 11 teams in the Chatbot Hackathon sponsored by True Digital Park and Wheel Money. She was selected as part of the youngest team to compete. The theme was "Personal Finance," exploring the intersection between AI ChatBot, Data Science, and Money Management. . #KMIDS... See MoreSee Less
These stunning ✨diorama models by KMIDS Grade 6 students 🙋♀️represent scenic three-dimensional underwater portrayals of the relationships between sea creatures and coral reef ecosystems.
The purpose of creating this coral reef artwork is to help KMIDS students cultivate concerns for 🌊ocean conservation, enhanced their creative skills, as well as integrate a global mindset 🌍to encourage effective leadership for the future.
The festival began with KMIDS academic director warmly welcoming everyone to join in on today's event. Faculty, students, and staff all joined in together to learn about Thai culture and the importance of Songkran Festival. 💛
Student representatives from each class took part in a water pouring ceremony to honor their teachers and administration team, and receiving blessings from them as a part of Songkran tradition. 💦🌟
KMIDS students from all grade levels participated in a Thai tradition fun game called Balloon Battle🎈💥 everyone had a great time with their friends!