MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL
- Cemetery Clean Up Opportunity (Repeat)
HS Environment Club is hosting a cemetery clean up opportunity on Tuesday morning (April 11th) starting at 8:15am in front of the Yokohama Foreign Cemetery – across the street from the Languages Building.
See below for details. Anyone is welcome! (Ms. Urquhart)
- School Bazaar by Combating Human Trafficking Group (Repeat)
The Combatting Human Trafficking group is hosting a school bazaar on April 27th (Thurs) from 15:00 – 17:00, open to students, teachers and parents. This bazaar will be an opportunity to sell and purchase handmade goods created by members of our community. They may also sell drinks such as Tapioca or bought good/crafts if you wish. We will also be hosting several performances. If you are interested in selling goods or performing at this event, please respond to the following survey.
We are hosting this bazaar in order to support Lighthouse a Japanese organisation working to eradicate human trafficking in Japan. So we would like to ask for a small donation from the performers as well as the sellers in order to raise money and continue to support lighthouse.
Thank you, (Sam Coutts, CHT group)
HIGH SCHOOL ONLY
- CHIKU MEETING ROOMS – TODAY, 1.25pm
– Fundraising – M103
– nigiri events – M202
– Awareness – M203
– Communication – M205
- HS STUDENT COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES
On Friday, April 7th we discussed the following: establishing a non-elected media committee, Staff Appreciation Reception, and planning events for next year. The motion to establish a non-elected media committee that would be responsible for documenting StuCo events and cooperating with STUCO passed with a full house, and respective student council members will continue planning and organizing details to start this group next year.
All Student Council members are organizing a staff appreciation reception on April 14th to present a small gift to show gratitude towards non-teaching staff members such as the custodians and office workers for all the work they have done for us this year.
We also started to plan dates to schedule school events for the upcoming school year. If you have any questions, concerns, or opinions, please feel free to contact any of the respective student council members.
Regards, (Angela Choi, Student Council Secretary)
- HS Athletics/Activities
Final HS games of the season this week. Please come out and support the teams if you have a chance!
HS Girls Soccer – Varsity Girls vs CAJ @CAJ today, April 10th, kick off at 4:15 pm. (Please excuse players at 2:30 pm)
HS Boys Soccer – HS Boys Soccer vs Yokota @ YCAC today, April 10th, kick off at 4:00 pm. (Please excuse boys at 3:30)
AISA Boys/Girls Soccer – Good luck to both the AISA boys and girls teams as they head off to Busan and Seoul respectively for their final tournament of the season. (Students will be out the majority of Thursday, April 13th, and all day Friday, April 14th)
YIS Volleyball World Cup 2017–
After the HS season 3 sports have ended, Dragon Council will be looking to host an all-new YIS VOLLEYBALL WORLD CUP! It will be held right here in our YIS gym, with several games held after school on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for a few consecutive weeks.
We are looking for teams of 6-8 students/teachers, with at least 2 from each gender. Each team will represent a country, fighting to win honour and glory!
Sign up with this survey (YIS Volleyball World Cup Sign Up) for further information and we will let you know when your team is playing! Sign ups will be due APRIL 17TH and the tournament will start on APRIL 24TH.
GO DRAGONS!! (Mr. Tananone)
- HS Book of the Day
There’s a little over a month left until we vote for the Sakura medal winner! How many of the contenders have you read? #hsbookoftheday (Ms. Katy)