Monday, January 12, 2014
WHAT’S HAPPENING TODAY
Breakfast: hot cereal, milk, fruit
Lunch: bisteak with green peas, rice, local greens, fruit
After-Lunch Cleaning Assignments
9th: Downstairs High School Hallway & Bathroom
8th: Shrine/Parking Lot
7th: Downstairs Middle School Hallway & Bathroom
12th: Middle School Field & Canteen
11th: Stairways & Upstairs High/Middle School Hallways
10th: Cafeteria, Courtyard ( including Concrete Picnic Tables), & Swings
Morning Traffic Supervision:
Min Ji Han and Filmah Buenaflor
Filmah Buenaflor and Tomoko Shimizu
Afternoon Traffic Supervision (Elementary Entrance): Rose Reyes and Tomoko Shimizu
Afternoon Traffic Supervision (South Gate Service Entrance): Luz Baldazo
This week, E-Rate surveys will be sent home to all families. The E-Rate programs is what enables the school to avail of discounts and federal funding for the school’s telecommunications, including internet connectivity. In order to avail of these benefits, a majority of parents must complete and submit the survey. Please help us underwrite and improve our internet and telecommunications by completing the survey and submitting it by the deadline this Friday, January 16.
The Korean Community of Saipan invites you to the Yeousu Orchestra and Saipan Southern High School Manta Band concert on Wednesday, January 14, at American Memorial Park starting at 5:00 pm. Tickets are $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for students and are available in the Business Office.
1) See with Christ’s eyes
2) Hurt no one
3) Use equipment properly
4) No sports equipment
5) No food, drinks, or gum
Children under 12 must be supervised.
Be responsible for your belongings.
WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE FUTURE
Girls MISO Volleyball
TOMORROW, Tuesday, January 13
4:15 pm: MCS JV vs. SSHS JV @ MHS
6:00 pm: MCS V vs. SSHS V @ MHS
Thursday, January 15
4:15 pm: MCS JV vs. MHS JV @ MHS
6:00 pm: MCS JV vs. GCA JV @ MHS
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Monday, January 19
2nd Quarter Report Cards
Wednesday, January 21
5:00—7:00 p. m.
Catholic Schools Week
QUOTE OF THE DAY
“Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding.”