MS DAILY – Tuesday, May 15, 2018


  • Kanto Plain Film Festival

The Kanto Plain Film Festival Screening is this Saturday 19th May in the YIS Auditorium. The Screening begins at 10am, with the Filmmaker & Judges panel and presentation of awards beginning at 1:15pm. Almost 40 films were entered in this year’s festival. Check out the entries in. Come out and see the entries in Dramatic Fiction, Comedic Fiction, Non-Fiction, Expressive Film and the Height of Hart’s (for collaborations between studentchers), and support YIS filmmakers and performers, including Justin Cheetham, Kent Ishikawa, Sarah Gunanto and Rei Ishii.
It’s a full day of film, so bring a lunch or order one in advance from the Film Festival website, where all the details of the Festival Screening can be found. See you Saturday in the Auditorium. (Mr. Pitter)

  • Running after School

A reminder that there will be a run after school on Wednesday. A run around beautiful Yamashita Park – what could be better? See you at the gym after school. (Mr. Brown)

  • Daily Fact about Mental/Emotional Health

Hi, this is MEHC (Mental and Emotional Health Club), and today’s daily fact is that: according to WHO (World Health Organisation), mental disorders affect one in four people. (MEHC)


  • MS Athletics/Activities

Season 3 Uniform Returns – Please make sure you return your uniform on the date assigned to your respective teams. Myself and Ms. Yoko will collect uniforms in front of the cafeteria during your lunch break. Ms. Yoko has already emailed all of your teams the date to return your uniforms. If you forget, please drop your uniform at the office ASAP. (Mr. Tananone)

  • MS Volleyball Open Gym

Open Gym after schools for Boys and Girls Volleyball starts today the 15th of May after school, and is open to all MS boys and girls interested in playing. You do not have to have been on one of the teams last year to partake. Open Gym for volleyball will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays. (Mr. Tananone)

  • MS Book of the Day

After their parents are called back to Japan, 12yo Summer & her brother work as migrants during the summer with their grandparents. Her family seems to have nothing but bad luck, but Summer is learning that sometimes you have to create your own luck. #yislearning #msbookoftheday (Ms. Katy)

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