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    Student Bulletin

    M I DD EL S C OH L

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    Issue # 14

    WEEK AT A GLANCE

    Upcoming Events in the Middle School PowerSchool Grade Updat

    November 21 to 25, 2011

    November 21 to 24 New Book Fair (FAT Gallery)

    22 Grade 5 & 6 Beginners Recital (5:00 P.M., LT)

    25 Filipiniana

    29 Art Exhibit Opening (3:00 P.M., FAT Gallery)

    29 to Dec. 09 Art Exhibit

    30 School Holiday (Bonifacio Day)

    December 02 Grade 5 to 8 End-of-Semester Party

    03 Service Learning Trip

    05 to 09 Spirit Week

    08 MS Concert (5:30 P.M., FAT)

    09 Sports Day

    Nov. 25 - Grade Update

    Dec. 09 - Grade UpdateJan. 09 - PowerSchool closes

    November 21 to 25, 2011Monday, November 21 Regular Schedule

    Tuesday, November 22 Regular Schedule

    Wednesday, November 23 Student Late Start/Regular Schedule (11:40 A.M.):Gr. 5 - LT; Gr. 6 - FAT; Gr. 7 - AMR; Gr. 8 - MS Gym

    Thursday, November 24 Regular Schedule

    Friday, November 25 Special Schedule

    Dear Students:

    Get ready for some exciting events this week.

    The Grade 5 & 6 Recital is this Tuesday, November 22 at 5:00 PM in the Little Theater. There will be perform-ances by the choir, strings and band groups. Come listen to some great music and show support for your fellowMiddle School classmates.

    The ISM-PTA New Book Fair will be open in the FAT Lobby from Monday, November 21 to Thursday, November24. Dont miss the chance to get some new reading material and participate in the many other events that wibe offered. See the bulletin for more details.

    Filipiniana will take place this Friday, November 25. This is an eventful day to celebrate the culture of our

    beautiful host country. The fashionable Philippine Cultural Club T-shirts can be purchased at the Tiangge infront of the canteen the entire week. You may wear these shirts to school on Friday in support of the club andthe Philippines.

    Mr. Gillespie and Ms. Sayson

    PERIOD BLK. TIME

    1 D 7:30-8:10

    2 E 8:15-8:55

    BREAK 9:40-9:55

    4 A/G 10:00-10:4

    5 B/H 10:45-11:2

    3 F 9:00-9:40

    FRIDAY, NOV. 25

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    2012 SUMMER PROGRAMS

    Representatives from some of the worlds most prestig-ious boarding schools will be at ISM on Monday, November21 to exhibit and talk specifically about their 2012 SUM-MER PROGRAMS that will be offered. Both students andparents are encouraged to attend the expo which will beheld in the Lofthouse (above the Elementary School wing)from 11:00 A.M. to 12:15 P.M.

    Hope to see you there !

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    FILIPINIANA - PISTA SA ISM

    Our annual Filipiniana -Pista sa ISM is around the corner. It is time to celebrate PhilippineCulture. It is set on Friday, November 25, 2011. The Philippine Cultural Club (PCC), the stu-dent organization in charge of the festivities is busy preparing for the affair. Below is theschedule of activities:

    To make this event a success, we need your support on: Sponsorship send donations to the cashiers office (Please make checks payable to International

    School Manila); purchase of PCC T-shirts; purchase of tiangge items. Parade participation- join the parade wear a Filipino attire, or PCC t-shirt; your own national cos-

    tume.

    Mabuhay !!!!

    Date Time Activity Venue

    Nov. 17, 22, 24 12:40 - 1:00 P.M. T-shirt & chit sale in front of canteen

    Nov. 21-25 9:00 A.M. - 3:30 P.M. Tiangge in front of canteen

    Nov. 25 11:50 A.M. Parade around the campus12:15 P.M. Barrio Fiesta MS courtyard

    1:00 P.M. Activity period TBA

    2:00 P.M. MS assembly FAT

    PCC CLUB MEETING

    There will be a MS PCC Club Meeting on Tuesday, November 22at 3:00 P.M. in room 2024. See you!

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    Start shopping for the holiday seasonal ISM-PTAsNEW BOOK FAIR 2011:

    Read a Book Travel the World21st 24thNovember, 2011 FAT Lobby (Fine Arts Theater)

    Daily 7:00am 4:00pm

    We officially open the Book Fair on Monday, 21st Novem-ber in the Fine Arts Theater 7:30 8:00am with:

    Cooking Demonstration and Breakfast for AdultsThe ISM community is invited to join us for breakfast as weopen this event with a cooking demonstration from our spe-cial guest Aileen Anastacio, author of Home Caf 100Recipes for Irresistible Coffee and Delectable Desserts andlaunching her new book Home-Made for the Holidays, Over60 Treats to Enjoy at Home or Give as Gifts. There will becoffee/tea (sponsored by Allegro) along with cakes and

    goodies baked using Aileen Anastacios recipes. Her bookswill be available at the New Book Fair. She will be happy toautograph copies of her book.

    Daily Quiz for StudentsThere will be a Question of the Day competition for allElementary, Middle and High School students. Students willhave a chance to win National Book Store gift vouchers.Questions will be posted inside the ES, MS and HS librariesdaily as well as on notice boards for the duration of thebook fair. Students have until the end of the school day topost their answers in the box provided in the library. Thewinning entry will be drawn and posted on the library notice

    board.

    Author Visit for AdultsAs part of the New Book Fair, we have a special gueSamantha Sotto, author of Before Ever After. We inyou to meet the author to discuss her new novel.

    Date: Thursday 24th NovemberTime: 7:45am

    Venue: Lofthouse B, upper level in elementary school

    10% Discount off all books

    All discounts will automatically be deducted upon paymat the register.

    Raffle TicketsFor purchases between PHP950-PHP1000 (dont worryyou are a few pesos short!), a raffle ticket will be givena draw at the end of the book fair. Prize: Movie ticketPower Plant in Rockwell.

    Good CauseDid you know that 10% of the value of sales from the bfair will go towards book purchases for the various ServLearning Projects the school supports. For purchasesPHP500 one school starter pack (pencils, pens, noteboowill be donated in your childs name and distributed to Svice Learning Projects.

    Recommended book listsOur ES, MS and HS librarians have put together recmended book lists. Please check on the school website der the PTA/New Book Fair for complete lists for each le

    Special OrdersIf the book that you are looking for is not available at Book Fair, you may order it from a National Book Store resentative at the FAT Lobby. Make your list now and your order in on Monday 21st or Tuesday 22nd! NBS

    only accept lists or special orders until Tuesday 22nd

    vember, 2011. Last day of pick up of books ordered wilon 24th November, 2011.

    Bring along some friendsIf you have friends that are interested in our events, bthem with you. For security reasons, please note, gumust be accompanied by ISM ID holders and come in an stickered car.

    Dont forgetOn Wednesday the Book Fair will be open from 7:00 am

    Dont miss this much-anticipated event, and find estocking stuffers at the New Book Fair! We look forwarseeing you there!

    ReminderPlease do your bit and bring your own carry bag for ypurchases, we are trying to preserve our planet!

    New Book Fair Committee Co-ChairsKelly HauberWinnie Lo-KuefnerSarah StalleySimranUttam

    Maggie Vanwijnen

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    FROM THE ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES OFFICEIASAS MODEL UNITED NATIONS: As you read this parent

    bulletin, we are in the midst of hosting the MUN confer-

    ence. The quality of student involvement, engagement and

    vigorous debate in the various committees is extremely

    impressive from all the delegates. We are hosting MUN

    delegates this week from the IASAS schools and also the

    following international schools: AES New Delhi, AIS Dhaka,

    Yokohama International School, American School in Japan,

    Bangkok Patana School, United World College Singapore,

    Brent International School.

    These type of events cannot occur without the support of

    our ISM parent community who are housing the delegates

    during the conference. We would like to extend a big

    thanks to all families that have agreed to open their homes

    and house a visiting delegate for the conference. It is verymuch appreciated.

    The General Assembly session will be on from 8:00 A.M.

    tomorrow and is open for the ISM community to come in

    and watch what happens. The GA will be held at the new

    3rd floor Lofthouse.

    2nd Season opening event: Last Friday, November 11th,

    was the start of our 2nd season matches for HS teams and

    we had support school wide from students and parents to

    cheer on the teams as they began the season. Thanks very

    much to the Bearcat Den ladies who ran the BBQ/Drinks

    stall at the HS field and a huge thanks to Shannon Grabow

    and Amanda Pekin who promoted the event and helped

    with all the activities to keep the younger kids and parents

    entertained.

    Well done also to all our teams who kicked off the season

    with some excellent results and very close matches.

    Results:

    Rugby: 4:00 P.M. ISM JV and Varsity Rugby defeated Faith

    Academy

    Boys Basketball: JV won and Varsity lost in a nail biter

    game by one point

    Girls Basketball: JV girls and Varsity won vs. Brent

    Touch: JV and Varsity girls won vs. Faith Academy

    MS and HS Academic Bowl: Our MS/HS Academic Bowl team

    led by Mr. and Mrs. Birchenall both won last week on

    (Tuesday, November 8th, for High School and Thursday, No-

    vember 10th, for Middle School) in the fall Academi