HS DAILY – Friday, January 12, 2018

MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL

  • Personal Project Audience Survey

Hi. I am DaEun from 10th grade and for my personal project, I’m looking into relieving stress and lack of sleep through music and sound effects. As my product, I have created a song for relaxation and sleep and I would like your feedback on the song.

It would be very helpful if you could answer this survey and give your opinion on how you felt after listening to the song. The song is around 10 minutes so please listen to as much as you can but you don’t have to listen to all. Your survey response will be recorded as anonymous.

All teachers and students are very welcome to answer the survey.

Thank you 🙂

Survey: https://goo.gl/forms/YYDII8t86Et7DSzk1  (DaEun L.)

  • Sanagitachi

On behalf of the YIS Sanagitachi service group, we would like to thank students, parents and teachers who took part in the giving tree donations drive.

It was a very successful donations drive and we hope to see the community involved in future drives, events and patrols! (Yorick)

  • Personal Project – Raising Awareness for Autism

Get as many people in the tutor to participate to win the prize of chocolate for your whole tutor group (including the teacher) It would also be extremely helpful for my PP.

Please answer the survey at this link:
https://goo.gl/forms/X2aTRyISkMkX3Jzu1

Thank you, (Kasumi)

  • Night of Hope -Thank you!

Thank you to everyone who came to the first ever “Night of Hope”, making it a successful event:)
We are planning on continuing this annually so please look out for next year’s as well.
A special thank you to Ms.Kimi for helping out with all technical aspects of the auditorium on last minute notice, and to Ms.Urquhart for all her help planning and organizing this event.

A very special thank you to Mr.Lowell Sheppard for coming all the way from Nagoya to talk at our event as well as Mr.Pomeroy, both with such powerful and important messages (we will be posting a video on youtube of the talk soon)

Also a shoutout to Arunansu(12), Reiko(12), Lisa(11), Eileen(11) as well as all the seniors in the HOPE group for all their work in preparation for this event alongside all HOPE group members who all contributed in some way!

Below is a video that Aru & Reiko made that we showed at the event.

Please watch to learn about the general knowledge and information we wanted people to take away from this event!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aikwJzIkApI&feature=youtu.be

Also today is WJAA. Please come support after school as we have a game:) (Krysta)

  • HOPE Cambodia Coin Drive

The HOPE Cambodia Coin Drive will resume on Monday, January 15th.

The boxes and the rules are placed at the table in the foyer. The grade with the least value of coins will win the coin drive. Make sure that you do not put your money in your own grade’s box.

So far, the losing grade was Grade 6, and the winning grade was Grade 12! C’mon Grade 6!

Thank you, (Airi)

  • Creativity Commons (Repeat)

This Friday we will have a mini drone obstacle course in the library during lunch. Can you code your way to success? (Ms. Katy)

HIGH SCHOOL ONLY

  • International Award presentations

The current Bronze and Silver groups who took part in the fall expeditions for the International Award will be presenting their about their expeditions in the loft TODAY, from 1:25. If you would like to find out more about what they did and what they learnt, please come along to the loft TODAY at HS lunch. Feel free to bring your lunch. (Mr. Harrison)

  • HS Athletics/Activities

– HS JV Girls Basketball WJAA Tournament @ YIS, starts today, January 12th at 9:30 am (YIS vs CA)

– HS Girls Field Hockey @ ASIJ vs ASIJ and BST tomorrow, January 13th, starting at 10:30 am

Choir – HS Choir will officially start on Tuesday the 16th, all who are interested please meet with ms. Bryant in the Choir Room (K101) at 4:15 pm.

GO DRAGONS! (Mr. Tananone)

  • HS Book of the Day

After Night of Hope, you may want to learn more. Check the 959s or ask a librarian. We recommend Loung Ung’s memoir about fleeing the Khmer Rouge army, training as a child soldier, and eventually reuniting with her siblings. #hsbookoftheday #yislearning (Ms. Katy)

  • Tutor Period Rotations – Monday, January 15 (Day 6)

Grade 11 (P0):

Group 1 – Ms. Wilson + Tutors / Cafeteria
EE – Generating Effective Titles
Daily / SC Announcements / by Mrs. Maeda

Group 2 – Ms. Vance + Tutors / Library
EE – Starting my research
Daily / SC Announcements / by Mr. Hooker

Grade 12 (9:00-9:55):

Group 1 and Group 2 – Mr. Redlich + Tutors / LOFT
IB Mock Exams – Review Schedule and Regulations
Daily / SC Announcements / by Student Council Exec

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