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Exhibition 2018 – Sharing the Planet

Grade 5 are looking for mentors!

  • The role of the mentor is chiefly to advise and keep students on track.
  • There should be regular meetings. For the most part we would like mentor meetings to happen during UOI time, in the grade 5 classrooms.
  • Offer advice on locating resources and using them efficiently.
  • Ask questions (i.e. to clarify thinking, to help with processing information, to extend knowledge etc.)
  • Help interpret sophisticated/difficult information.
  • Facilitate interviews, telephone calls, any electronic communication.
  • Goal setting and time management advice.
  • Be supportive and encouraging.
  • Celebrate achievements and successes with the students.

Please email any of the grade 5 teachers if you are willing to be a part of this exciting journey! Information meeting Thursday 8th March at 3:15.

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annual report

Dear all,

Pls find a copy of annual report in your pigeon hole. Enjoy reading.

Lucy

 

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An Evening with the Office (365)

In an effort to bring you training in a different way, we would like to gauge interest in short, focused evening tech workshops. The format of the workshop will be 15-20 minutes of instruction, after which you can choose to stay and practice with guided help on the side, but by no means required to stay for the full hour. With light snacks and drinks on offer, we want to make it as informal and comfortable as possible for all learners. Please fill in the form below to let us know the level of interest in this as well as potential dates and times for the event. Once we know the level of interest we will get back to you with the venue, dates and times!

Thanks and we hope to hear from you!

Your friendly IT Department

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An Evening with the Office (365)

In an effort to bring you training in a different way, we would like to gauge interest in short, focused evening tech workshops. The format of the workshop will be 15-20 minutes of instruction, after which you can choose to stay and practice with guided help on the side, but by no means required to stay for the full hour. With light snacks and drinks on offer, we want to make it as informal and comfortable as possible for all learners. Please fill in the form below to let us know the level of interest in this as well as potential dates and times for the event. Once we know the level of interest we will get back to you with the venue, dates and times!

Thanks and we hope to hear from you!

Your friendly IT Department

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INSET: Days 1-3

Good morning!

In case you missed it, here is the schedule for INSET.  Remember to bring your laptop and a pen or pencil.

Snacks provided at morning break. Lunch provided in the cafeteria each day.

See you at 8:15 in the PAC!

 

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MS/US CNY Assembly Today @ 9:45am

A reminder that our MS/US CNY Assembly will kick off at 9:45am in the PAC. Please report DIRECTLY to your Block Two class, drop your stuff, and quickly head to the PAC for the CNY extravaganza.

See you there! 

Digital Citizenship: Computer Games

Yesterday we announced the Digital Citizenship Philosophy….

Today we want to remind you that in order to protect you and ensure that you are connecting in a way that promotes positive inclusive attitudes, you cannot play computer games in the Library or the Cafeteria. You need to go to the Gaming Room, C154, if you want to play computer games at break or lunch 1.

Why not have a discussion about this in your Advisory or Homeroom today?

 

 

Charity Theatre-meeting today

This is an opportunity for Grade 6 and 7 students to do Drama activities leading to a performance  … if you are interested please attend a meeting TODAY (Thursday) at break 10:20 in the Black Box

Thanks

CMB Notice

Dear all,

CMB will CLOSE on February 16, 17, 18, 20, 21 and OPEN IN LIMITED HOURS on February 15 & 19.

Any application for telegraphic transfer will NOT be processed at CMB during CNY from February 15 to February 21.

Grace Song

INSET Schedule

Good morning,

As you know, our first three days of INSET will focus on Inclusion, led by highly experienced, insightful and action-based Kristen Pelletier and Danette Sack.  You may remember Danette as she was one of the accreditation team members who visited NIS in September 2017.  If you have been at NIS for a (long) while, Kristen first visited NIS to lead an initial audit of our inclusion practices in 2012.  We’ve come a long way since then!

On Feb 14, a number of targeted break-out sessions will take place.  Please check Page 2 for groupings.  If you don’t see your name, don’t worry!  Kristen and Danette have something very practical and meaningful in mind for everyone!

You can view the schedule in the attachment or in the screenshots below.

February INSET 2018-1tyr5s8

Any questions – please ask a member of SET!

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