Thursday 30th January 2020. The International School talks to the International Space Station.
January 30, 2020
It is mainly you, me and the music this morning, but in the last hour today I am joined by Viki Stiebert Director of the International School and Nikki Baratt Coordinator of sustainability of the International School. “International students in Panama had the opportunity to talk with NASA astronauts aboard the International Space Station. NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir answered questions from student’s pre-K through 12th grade from the International School of Panama and middle school students from other schools in Panama City which include the King’s College and Magen David Academy. Linking students directly to the astronauts aboard the space station provides unique, authentic experiences designed to enhance student learning, performance and interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.”
The Third Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice agreed to the request to lift the provisional suspension of the resolution that approved the environmental impact study (EIA) of the Omar Torrijos highway expansion project.
The Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office will insist that the case for alleged money laundering and peculation to the detriment of the Panamanian Sports Institute (Pandeportes) be declared as a complex cause in order to get more time to complete the investigation.
A search group of the National Police carries out operations in the district of Arraiján, in search of the four suspects for the triple murder of three members of a family, including a three-month-old baby, registered in El Chumical, in the district of Arraiján, last Monday, January 27.
“They hit me with the Bible in my eyes, they left me blind and I lost consciousness,” said Efigenia Valdés , one of the survivors of the killing of members of a Panamanian indigenous community at the hands of a religious sect. In a makeshift church in the community of El Terrón, in the Ngäbe Buglé indigenous region, a sect sacrificed six children two weeks ago and a pregnant woman, mother of five of the children.
With an estimated investment of about 50 million dollars, the Government plans to build a marine viaduct to link the coastal strip 3 with the Amador road.
The Omar Recreational and Cultural Park will allow the use of bicycles, but not in green areas or on the road.