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Archive | January, 2017

PYP Student Council semester 2 meeting- Today

 

Morning PYP G2-G5 teachers,

Please kindly remind your  class rep to attend the first semester 2 student council meeting today at 13:20 after lunch in classroom 1A.

Also just a reminder that G5 both reps will need to attend the meeting. G2-G4 class if you have a second rep for semester 2 then please only send the semester 2 class rep for the meeting.

Thank you and have a good day!

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OWC & Cigna monthly visit on Jan. 18, 2017

Dear overseas staff,

The OWC & Cigna monthly visit will be on (Wed.) Jan. 18, 2017 from 10:15 to 15:00 @ H301 Centre.

Best wishes,

Clara Xi
HR Assistant
claraxi@staff.nanjing-school.com
Nanjing International School
Tel: +86 25 85899111*3060 / Fax: +86 25 85899222

First Aid Training

Dear All,

I have a few spare spaces for the first aid training planned for January 21st and several spots on April 29th. If you would like to take advantage of these sessions please let me know. Also please note that there will not be any first aid training for Discover China trip leaders until next school year. In addition if you plan to coach a sport next year you must have first aid training.

Thanks.

 

ACAMIS Conference applications reminder

Dear All,

If you would like to apply to attend the ACAMIS conference being hosted here at NIS on March 10th and 11th 2017 please apply to the PD committee using the PD application form in the Staff Folder. We will have 12 places for NIS teachers. The deadline for applications is January 13th 2017 and the PD Committee will consider them the following week. For more information please see either a member of the ACAMIS conference committee or check out the website: https://www.acamis.org/page.cfm?p=792

EARCOS Tri-Annual Journal

Congratulations to Robin Kimes (Grade 6) and Yejin Son (Grade 8) as their artwork was featured in the “Middle School Art Gallery” in the EARCOS Tri-Annual Journal.

Also, congratulations to Joe Barder as his article on “Books All Educators Should Read” was also featured in the journal.

You can check out the journal here.

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