Wednesday, August 20, 2014
WHAT’S HAPPENING TODAY
6th—12th grade students should wait in their homeroom classrooms until called by grade level.
Breakfast: french toast, fruit
Lunch: beef bulgogi, rice, kimchee, fruit
After-Lunch Cleaning Assignments
We will begin after-lunch clean-up today for junior high and high school:
Shrine/Parking Lot: 12th
Downstairs High School Hallway & Bathroom (including stairwell): 11th
Downstairs Middle School Hallway & Bathroom: 10th
Upstairs High School & Middle School Hallway: 9th
Middle School Field & Canteen: 8th
Courtyard & Swings: 12th
Morning Traffic Supervision:
Ariadne Snodgrass & Tomoko Shimizu
Tomoko Shimizu & John Del Rosario
Afternoon Traffic Supervision:
If parent volunteers are unavailable:
Zita Sablan, John Del Rosario, & Michael Stromberg
TODAY’s Faculty In-Service
TODAY’s Faculty In-Service session will be facilitated by Deacon Richard Shewman who will discuss "Child Protection Policies and Procedures” for the Diocese of Chalan Kanoa. The session will run from 2:30 p. m. to 4:00 p. m. in the Faculty Lounge. Please be there on time.
Theatre Club Auditions for Frankenstein and The Snow Queen
Mount Carmel School’s Theatre Club proudly presents auditions for its upcoming productions, Frankenstein and The Snow Queen (the story on which Disney’s Frozen is based).
Frankenstein Auditions: Tuesday, August 26, 3:00—5:00 pm in B-104.
The Snow Queen Auditions: Thursday, August 28, 3:00—5:00 pm in B-104
Teachers, please support the administration’s efforts in enforcing the school dress code and proper student behavior at the flag raising ceremony. You can help by correcting and/or reporting students. If you have students to report, flag Mrs. Ida Bahillo while she patrols the field or record the names on a piece of paper to give her afterwards. Thank you so much for you assistance with this matter.
WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE FUTURE
Student Leadership Retreat
Saturday, August 30
8:00 am—12:00 noon
Monday, September 1
Friday, September 5
QUOTE OF THE DAY
“Against the assault of laughter nothing can stand.”