Tuesday, August 20, 2013

MS Announcements- August 20, 2013


Graded Mission Statement
Graded is an American school that serves an international community of learners by inspiring individual excellence in a collaborative setting, fostering intercultural competence and empowering students to become engaged, ethical citizens in a dynamic world.

Birthdays

23- Waldemar Verdi & Fiona Raney
24- Mr. Adam Hancock & Luca Seripieri
25- Guilherme Zicarelli de Oliveira

Community Time
Tuesday



for the rest of advisory:
6- Inclusiveness Activities
7- Book Club
8- Book Club

Thursday
6- Inclusiveness Activities
7- Egg Drop Prep
8- Columbia Football Team Video and Chat- D28

Friday
Please report to the Friday Activity that you have been assigned to.

Announcements
MS Open House is this Thursday night.  Please remind your parents that this is a good opportunity to come to school to learn more about your opportunities and experiences here.


(from Pooja Singhi)
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Hi, everyone! 

As most of you might remember, I talked at the assembly today about Eloquent Teens, a club to develop public speaking and leadership skills. This club has a friendly environment for both experienced and inexperienced public speakers. 

We meet every other Monday in Mrs. Hancock's room, since she is the teacher advisor of this club. Our first meeting, which will also include information about the group, will be from 3:15-4:00 on August 26th. At Eloquent Teens meetings, we both learn and have fun, talking about everything from unicorns to kicking! 

If you are interested in joining Eloquent Teens or even just want to learn more about this club, please write your name, email address, and grade level on this Google doc. Please sign up on this document even if you were a member of Eloquent Teens last year. Hope to see you all soon! 

Thank you, 
Pooja Singhi 
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Please return all CWW contracts to the MS Office as soon as possible.


Assembly Recap
Who remembers what the 57% statistic in Assembly from yesterday was about?  Which of the three roles, victim, bully, or bystander was key to that percentage and what action was involved?

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