MS DAILY – Wednesday, September 6, 2017


  • Summer Reading Celebration

The summer reading party will happen this Friday in the library. Please join us for activities and a raffle after you eat your lunch if you turned in a Summer Reading monopoly or BINGO card. (Ms. Katy)

  • Maths Challenge 2017-18

The first of the Maths challenges for this school year is up on the maths notice board. (This is opposite M103, outside Ms. Harding’s room)

These challenges are open to all students and staff.

Please complete this set of challenges by Friday 15th September and hand your answers to Mr. Harrison. (Mr. Harrison)


  • MS reps on the Student Service Committee – sign up now on Veracross!

The student service committee plays a significant role in shaping service learning at YIS and looks to develop, support, encourage and evaluate effective service experiences for YIS students. Some activities include hosting fundraising events like Red & White, allocating funds for student service projects and educating the YIS community about why service is important. Students in this group can expect to develop their leadership skills and make a positive difference in our YIS community. Ask Ms. Urquhart if you have questions! (Ms. Urquhart)

  • MS/Athletics/Activities

MS Activities– Please remember to sign up for your activities by the end of the day, September 6th if you have not done so already. Even if you have already been partaking in a club/activity please make sure you officially sign up.

All non athletics activities officially begin on Monday, September 11th.

MS Athletics Team Photos/Uniforms – All teams please know that we will be handing out uniforms tomorrow, Thursday, Sept.7, as well as taking our team photos for the year, so please come down to the gym as soon as possible.

MS Games this Week:
– MS Boys and Girls Cross Country @ Tama Hills on Saturday, Sept. 9th
– MS Girls Volleyball CBA @ Sacred Heart on Saturday, Sept. 9th

GO DRAGONS! (Mr. Tananone)

  • MS Book of the Day

Heartbreaking & brave, this is the memoir of Sungju, who lived on the streets of North Korea from 11 to 16 years old. #msbookoftheday (Ms. Katy)

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