ACAMIS Track and Field Training will start after the CNY break. Please register on Veracross.
Archive | January, 2019
There will be a book giveaway in front of the library on Wednesday, January 30, during 3-way conferences. These are former donations that did not meet our selection criteria or are former library books that have been deleted from the library system. There are books in English, German, Chinese, and Korean. Most of the books are for adults, but there are some for children, also.
This very good museum is jam packed full of great information and displays about the Olympic movement and the Youth Olympics that were held here in 2014.
It is located in the Poly Theatre/Hotel complex near the beautiful pedestrian bridge (well worth a trip in itself for budding architects or designers ) south of the city in the CBD.
Free entrance with passport.
Good signage in English.
Lots to see and quite a bit of interactive stuff- need to check with the museum that it is all switched on and in working order.
Suitable for all ages.
Thoroughly recommend, and I have a copy of the brochure if anyone is interested in going along.
QR codes of the site below
* Grade 10: Large Music Room – bring your laptops
* Grade 11: Cafeteria Mezzanine – bring your laptops
* Grade 12: Cafeteria space with Mrs Galaty – bring yourselves!
Life 101 will meet in the following rooms.
9A – D215 (Warwick)
9B – D220 (Clarke)
9C – Gaming Room (Yuen)
Please find attached SLT meeting minutes for your information.
Dear MS/US colleagues,
This Friday G1-G5 student will host CNY interactive activities for all students on Feb.1st, day 3, Friday. The activities are：
-剪纸 Paper Cutting
-眉心画 Eyebrows Painting
-拓印 Rubbing Printing
-投壶 Tou Hu
-福字 “Fu” Calligraphy
-步摇制作 Step Shake making
-筷子技能比赛 Chopstick challenge
All 8 activities will be running at 2 venues, Hutong and foyer outside of library. G1-G5 students have been prepare these by themselves and ready for our guest to come and have fun with them.
We are inviting MS/US to come and interacting with our PS student with the spirit of celebrating Chinese New Year. We are opening block 3 and block 4 for MS/US to sign up a time to come. Please sign up with the link here and bring you student down with you to support the event and participate with us.
We also prepared the price for participate every 3 different activities to encourage you all to do as many as you can with the time slot you have.
More details to come from our G1-G5 students on Feb.1st.
To teachers of the students listed below…
Could these students have permission to leave a little early from their Block 5 lesson today (Friday, 25th January)? They have a bus to catch at 3pm from NIS to the stati0n. They would therefore need to leave your lesson by 2:45pm at the latest. They should mention this to you themselves and remind you when the time comes. Many thanks for making sure we leave on time!
Erica Seowoo Hwang
Jason Fujia Wang
You can find parents’ email addresses easily for your new students in our Veracross Teacher Portal: https://portals.veracross.com/nis
Open Veracross Teacher portal, find and use “Manage Students” to find the student. “Manage Students” function is at your right hand side of the Veracross page. Typing in student name to find:
- Choose and click on the student name from the drop down list:
- Student record window will pop up. You can find detail information about this student including his/her parents emails, phone number and etc. You can also use “Email Parents” to reach both father and mother by one click.
See ST minutes summary below.
Monica will visit us on Jan 30 Wed! Would you like to join us for lunch? Pls reply by Monday Jan 28. Time and venue to be confirmed later.
Dear MSUS Students,
Tomorrow (Friday) is our Awards Assembly where will be honouring those students who are receiving awards this semester. Please be prompt to the assembly. You need to be seated by 8.05am ready for an 8.10 start.
Bring your parents! All welcome.
See you tomorrow, Mrs Clarke and Ms Ham
Click on the link below to take you to the tournament website: