MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL
- Expectations in Our Cafeteria
Just a reminder for all students about expectations in our cafeteria.
Dragon Dining is exclusively at Yokohama International School; we are not a big company.
Our small team works hard to source, prepare, cook and serve healthy sustainable lunches and snack items for the students at YIS.
In order to continue to deliver this level of service at YIS the rules below need to be followed.
Purchasing food in the cafeteria:
- Do not take food without paying.
- Pay the appropriate price for all food taken from Dragon Dining.
- Students must not share lunches purchased from Dragon Dining.
- Students must not use another person’s lunch account.
- Take only what you are intending to eat…don’t waste the food.
- Prepaid accounts must maintain a positive balance.
- Don’t touch items on sale that you aren’t going to buy.
- Use tongs and napkins when taking snack items.
Behaviour expectations in the cafeteria:
- Responsible and orderly behaviour is expected at all times.
- Students shall not save places in line, cut in line, or intimidate their way into line for food service.
- Follow instructions of the cafeteria staff.
- Show proper respect toward cafeteria staff.
- Take your time and enjoy the food.
- Wash your hands before eating.
- Push your chair back under the table after use.
- Don’t leave a mess.
- Take your dirty dishes to the dishwashing area.
- Separate trash accordingly.
- Report spills to cafeteria staff immediately.
iPhone (docomo) in a brown case was found in the playground yesterday. Please collect it in the Secondary School Office. (Ms. Shiina)
- Classical Concert by Visiting Musicians Tomorrow at 4:15 pm
Classical musicians Mimi Solomon (piano) and Nicholas DiEugenio (violin) will be visiting tomorrow, April 4th, to lead several master classes for high school music students and also perform for the YIS community. All are welcome to attend the concert, which will take place from 4:15 pm in the Tanner Auditorium.
Ms. Solomon and Mr. DiEugenio, who are members of the Music Department faculty at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, have performed extensively around the world and have been engaged in an ambitious project, Unraveling Beethoven; Beyond the Canon, that seeks to “reanimate” the ten Beethoven violin sonatas for 21st century ears. (Mr. Lobo)
- HS Class Representative Voting (Repeat)
Good Morning High school & Grade 8,
In one week, Monday, Apr 9th, High School Class Representative Voting will take place.
Students interested in running as HS Class Representatives are required to give a short speech and participate in a question-answer session with your grade.
Students will vote for five representatives to represent their grade and serve for the HS Student Council. If you are interested in running please familiarise yourself with the High School Student Council constitution: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LGzHX2WRAK7qWZ9P2XL5kCEendlf2gffeRJncXdCrM8/edit
and sign up on this google form if interested in running:
If you have any questions please ask your STUCO representative. (HS Stuco)
Season 3 Athletics News:
– MS Boys Baseball vs St. Maur @ Honmoku, Thursday, April 5th, starting at 4:30 pm
– 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)
G7 with Kashima-sensei, I’ll see you tomorrow! Bring your book with you if you’ve got a good one. (Ms. Katy)
It all begins with Laika, the first dog in space. Launched into orbit by the Soviet Union, Laika’s craft is sucked into a wormhole and onto the Planet Gersbach, inhabited by highly intelligent but very tiny people. #yislearning #msbookoftheday (Ms. Katy)