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Sign up for the Science Fair!

This year we have an amazing group of Scientific Superstars in Grade 9 who are dying to share their Science projects with you. If you would like to bring your class to the Science Fair in the PAC on Tuesday June 9th from the end of break until lunchtime, drop Ruth an email with the time you want to visit so that she can schedule you in. Social Distancing to keep us safe!

Awards At NIS

Dear Students and Teachers in G6 -11,

It is almost Awards time. This year we are planning a virtual Awards ceremony on Wednesday June 17th at 2pm in Advisories. Here is a reminder of the criteria for the awards at NIS in Semester 2.

Awards at NIS 201920

Questions? See Ms Ham or Mrs Clarke

Semester Exams G8 -10

Dear Students in Grades 8,9 and 10.

It is getting close to Exam Time again! In order to prepare you should:

  • Download and save the exam schedule below
  • Ask your teachers about how to prepare for the exam
  • Check the exam information on Veracross
  • Plan your time before the exams to ensure you have time for review or preparation
  • If you are an off campus student you should have a 1:1 Teams Meeting with each of your teachers

Good Luck!

G8-10 Student Semester 2 Exam Schedule

 

MANAGEBAC Deadline

Please note that ManageBac will close for:

Grades 6-9 – on May 29th at 8am

  • a minimum of 1 Service as Action entry for Semester 2

Grade 10 – on May 29th at 8am

  • a minimum of 2 experiences in Semester 2 (a total of 4 for the whole year), all strands (C, A, S and SA), and at least 4 different outcomes

Grade 11 – on May 22nd at 4pm

  • a minimum of 5 experiences and 1 project for the year

Paper Recycling is back at NIS!

Hello, we are CANIS recyclers from UN Development Goal 12: Responsible Consumption and Production (Ms Isa and Mr Bahilo).

We are here to help the environment. We want to collect paper from every classroom so next time you throw paper out just keep in mind that if the paper is only used on one side you can put it In the boxes in the hallways.

When in doubt don’t throw it out.

CANIS Recyclers (Khai Brown, Gui Miranda, Junha Jin, Jansen Mao, Shi-yu Wu, Juhyeong Woo)

Climate

Activist at

Nanjing

International

School

 

Tech Free Zones

Middle and Upper School Students; the Tech Free Zones are back!

Beginning today (Monday May 18th) you will need to pay attention to the places which are Tech Free Zones;

Hallways

Cafeteria

Library

Library Foyer

What is a Tech Free Zone? It is a place where you are not permitted to be using your phone, your computer or your ear pods / headsets.

Why do we have Tech Free Zones? To support social interactions, places to talk and laugh with your friends, a break from screens, for improved mental health and wellbeing, to create balance.

Lunchtime – it just keeps getting better!

MSUS Students: We know that you are flexible and versatile and for that reason we are able to change the lunchtime plan frequently 🙂

Starting on Monday these indoor spaces will be open to you:

Lunch 1

All MSUS students can use the Blue and Green Gym

G10 will be able to access the LGR

G11 will be able to access the US lounge / Cafe

G9 will be able to access the PAC foyer

Lunch 2

All MSUS students can use the Blue and Green Gym

G10 will be able to access the Cafe and the LGR

G11 will be able to access the US lounge 

G7 and 8 will be able to access the PAC foyer

Volunteering Opportunity for Grades 6-11

Publicity, poster, PSA COMPETITION – Everesting Challenge

Find your paints, your crayons, your coloured pencils, your camera or your laptop!

Mr Stevens needs publicity for his fundraiser. We need posters, videos etc that explain what, when, why, how, when and where!

Who: Mr Stevens

What: will ride up and down “Yangshan” 80 times.

Where: near Golden Eagle

When: June 6

Why: Mr Stevens is raising money for the Hopeful Hearts Charity. This charity helps pay for children’s heart surgeries.

How: He will ride up and down the hill 80 times. This is the same distance as climbing to the Mount Everest base camp! This challenge is call EVERESTING. It’s the most difficult climbing challenge in the world: everesting.cc .

So how can you help Mr Stevens?

We need to advertise this fundraiser. But we don’t have any posters or PSAs yet.

Your advertisement should be clear and informative. You can draw, paint, or use any media you want. Perhaps you would like to do a little video, like a PSA.

How is this volunteering? Your contribution to this poster competition is indirect volunteering. You will be raising awareness about heart surgeries and hopefully, people will donate money and cheer him on.

The submissions are due on Monday, May 11th at 9am.

Please put them on OneDrive. For more info, please contact Mr Stevens or myself.

G7 to LGR block 1

Grade 7 students! Today we will have a short meeting in the LGR in block 1 to talk about your schedules for G8. Please put your bag in your block 1 class and make your way to the LGR ready to talk course choices.

See you there!

Mrs Clarke

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