I am happy to announce that Ms. McCormack’s 2nd Grade and the Wang/Merrylees Advisory won their respective divisions for the Giving Tree Homeroom/Advisory Contest. However, the kind of charitable spirit displayed by the entire NIS community showed that we are all winners in this activity. On behalf of the Pfrang Association, I would like to thank everyone here at Nanjing International School for taking part making our Giving Tree card drive such a success.
Archive | 2019
There are some posters on display outside the library/cafeteria. Each poster is based on one of the Global Goals. G9 Designers would appreciate your feedback on their designs. Please scan the attached QR codes under each poster to leave feedback this week. Parents, Students, Teachers – all feedback welcome!
CISSA Badminton starts as soon as we come back in January in Week 19, Wed and Fri 3.15 – 4.15pm. Grade 5 – 8
CISSA Volleyball starts the 2nd week back – Week 20. Mon & Wed 3.15 – 4.15pm. Grade 5 – 6
ACAMIS Badminton starts the 2nd week back – Week 20. Mon & Wed 4.20 – 6pm. Grade 9 – 12
Come and have a go, all levels of experience welcome!!
Ticket sales for this year’s Middle and Upper School production of Little Shop of Horrors raised 11,080RMB. This amount will be shared equally between our 4 school charities. Thanks to everyone who came and bought a ticket for this show!
The YinYan Travel Agent’s helpdesk service at the Centre Lobby will be rescheduled @9.30am ~11.00am, on Friday 13 December 2019 due to school closure in the afternoon.
Grade PK-5 teachers, don’t forget that Tuesday is Pajama Day for students and teachers!
If you are using the upstairs cafeteria as a hangout space, there are few things you need to remember:
- Lunch at the cafeteria is available for purchase from 1:20pm. No earlier.
- Upstairs is a tech, food and bag free zone.
Make good choices.
Please head down to the PAC this morning at 8:25am. You do not need to bring anything, except your lovely selves!
See you there!
Ms Ham, Ms Lenk and the Grade 12s.
Please make your choice today!
Today after school there will be a choice of three movies to watch.
There will be popcorn and some drinks to have all for free.
Wear your PJ’s and enjoy the movie.
MS/US Student Council
The NEW password for EBSCO is N1$Lions
That’s a capital “N”, the number “one”, a dollar sign and the word Lions.
MS/US teachers, as you know, 10th graders are now allowed in the cafeteria mezzanine during lunch (NOT break). As Katie said, no food, no technology, and no bags should be up there. If you are the person on BTT up there, students can check out library books either by the self-checkout computer that is up there, or they can bring books down to the primary library for checkout. Thanks, and let me know if you have any questions!
With the last day of the Giving Tree Homeroom/Advisory Contest coming up, the Wang/Merrylees MSUSadvisory continues to lead with the purchase of 18 Giving Tree cards. In the PS Division, Ms. McCormack’s 2nd grade class has taken the lead with 14 Giving Tree cards. While cards and money are due tomorrow, it’s not too late to email Mr. Romero for more cards. There are still more to buy and we can’t stop until they are all bought. So it’s not too late to participate and there’s no such thing as buying too many or too few. Thank you to everyone for your support and generosity.
Teachers, did you know that you have the power to check student textbooks in AND out using your phone, iPad, and/or laptop?!? With a transition period coming up and students leaving, give yourself the peace of mind of KNOWING that your student has actually returned all of his or her textbooks before signing the clearance form. Music, IT, and Design staff are also able to check materials such as instruments and cameras out to students. This amazing power is brought to you by the Follett Destiny app. Want more information? Click on the link for directions, and remember, you can always ask your friendly neighborhood librarian!