HS DAILY – Friday, June 1, 2018

MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL

  •  EPIC ARTS

EPIC ARTS – Last Day with most students!
EPIC Arts has had a successful visit with Elementary, Middle and High School students and have enjoyed your enthusiasm and laughter during the workshops. The team will be performing at High School Graduation tomorrow and the Seniors (YIS Class of 2018) have amazingly chosen to donate to Epic Arts as part of their Senior Gift to the YIS Community.
Epic Arts will return to Cambodia early on Monday morning so if you see them at school today, please thank them for coming to YIS! (in Khmer, you say ‘Ah-Koon’)
Workshops Today: Other half of grade 10 and grade 12

(Ms. Urquhart)

  • ANNUAL HOOPS for HOPE 3 on 3 basketball tournament (Repeat)

Hi everyone!

Hope is organising the first ANNUAL HOOPS for HOPE 3 on 3 basketball tournament on Friday June 8th at the gym from 16:15. The tournament is open to all Grade 8 – 12 students as well as teachers.
We would love to see you play at the tournament so please sign up here! The deadlines for sign ups are Thursday June 7th at 9 AM.

The cost is 200 yen per person. There will also be a concession stand with food and drink available to help raise money for the Animal Relief Club.

The rules are simple:
1. 3 on 3 games (5 minute games)
2. up to two varsity basketball members a team
4. A Max of 5 people on each team if you would like subs
5. There will be separate boys and girls team tournaments but if you would like to have a coed team that is fine. The coed team will play in the boys tournament.

Winning teams will receive a trophy and bragging rights for being the Champs of the first ever Hoops for Hope tournament.

If you have any questions please speak to Momo Oshiba or Erik Hamburger.

Hope to see you all there. (Hope Cambodia and Animal Relief Club)

HIGH SCHOOL ONLY

  • Back to School Concert

The school year is almost over! The annual Back to School Concert will be coming back in August, so sign up now if you would like to perform! Here’s the link to the sign-up sheet. We will be collecting responses until the 14th. (HS Student Council)

  • HS Book of the Day

Based on real events: During WWI, a decorated officer publicly declared he would no longer fight. As a result, he was sent to a military hospital where soldiers suffering from PTSD were subjected to brutal “treatments” better described as torture. #yislearning #hsbookoftheday
https://twitter.com/yislibrary/status/1002319159303102464 (Ms. Katy)

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