MS DAILY – Friday, April 6, 2018



Good morning, students and teachers!

Starting next week Monday, there will be a donation box placed in the foyer for HOPE Cambodia. This time, we are focusing on fundraising for wells in Cambodia.

By receiving a well, Cambodian families will be able to improve their lifestyle drastically, enabling children to be able to go to schools and breaking the poverty cycle.

Please contribute! All donations are much appreciated.

(HOPE Cambodia Service Club – Sato & Airi)

  • Kanto Plain Film Festival (Repeat)

This is a reminder that the Kanto Plain Film Festival entry deadline is coming up on Friday 20 April, 2018. Films made in a class, an activity or for fun are all eligible. Films need to be properly credited (see resources page of the website) and you must have license to use all of the material in your films including images, music and sound effects. Enter your Non-Fiction, Dramatic Fiction, Comedic Fiction, Expressive film or Height of Hart’s collaboration with creative adults. Full details and entry form are on the website. Festival exhibition will be at YIS on Saturday 19 May. (Mr. Pitter)


  • MS Athletics/Activities

Season 3 Athletics News:

– MS Girls Basketball @ ASIJ Saturday, April 7th (BA) tip off at 9:00 am

– MS Boys Baseball @ St. Marys, Saturday, April 7th, verses St. Maurs and St. Marys first game at 12:00 pm.

– MS Boys & Girls Track and Field @ Oi Futo, Saturday, April 7th, starting at 9:00 am

GO DRAGONS! (Mr. Tananone)

  • MS Book of the Day

Jack hates poetry. Only girls write it and every time he tries, his brain feels empty. But his teacher won’t stop giving them poetry assignments and then, something amazing happens. #yislearning Today’s #msbookoftheday was selected by Ms. Barbour. (Ms. Katy)

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