Dragon Descant 10 October 2016

Posted on October 6th, 2016

Our first marks of the school year are here. Was it a good quarter for you? Or one you want to improve on? Either way, there’s plenty of time until the end of S1 so try to st. We do have a nice break coming up in a couple of weeks!
Senior Idol:
The seniors will have an Idol competition on October 19th. Seniors, get ready to lip sync, sing, dance and just generally do your thing! Everyone is invited to watch the show during the advisory period.
MS Gate:
No HS students are to use the MS gate to be picked up or to leave by foot. All HS students should enter and leave at the HS gate. We have instructed the guards to restrict HS students from using the MS gate.
Fall Festival:
For clubs that have a booth at the fall festival, a maximum of three students will be allowed to go and set up a booth. During the festival, however, any number of club members can participate in running the booth. I don’t have the release time for set up yet but when I do I’ll let you know. In the mean time, I’ll ask you sponsors to fill out a document naming the students that will be released early to set up.
Reminders:
Keep in mind that this year we have changed the low level discipline policy. This year we have increased the number of tardies, sleeping in class, absences, or uniform violations you can get before your first consequence. It used to be 4/ 6/ 8 and now it’s 6/ 8/ 10. However, at 6 and 8 you have a Saturday detention from 2-5pm instead of an in school detention 😃
Please pick up your trash. We have noticed some messes around the first floor lately. We love the deli and we’re happy to be able to get snacks but it’s important to keep it clean around campus.
Important Dates:
10/11: StuCo Assembly
10/13: End of Quarter 1
10/15: GECMUN; X-Country @ NLCS
10/17: Stuco Spirit Week
10/19: Senior Idol competition
10/20: Family Weekend Begins / Fall Festival / Stuco Halloween Party
10/21: Advisee Paren Meetings / Music Showcase @PAC
10/22: All-faculty parent meetings in the gym
10/23-30: Fall Break
11/4: Q1 DRAGONS Party
11/8: Stuco Assembly
11/11: Volleyball @KISJ
College Visits:
University of Sussex (UK), the University of Manchester (UK), AND the University of Sheffield: Monday, October 10 @ 8:20 a.m. in the mini PAC. (Location Change)
Laureate Design: Wednesday, October 12 @ 12:00 p.m. in the HS Learning Center (Date Change)
Utah State University: Thursday, October 13 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS Learning Center
Boston University: Friday, October 14 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS PAC
Hesston College: Friday, November 4 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS Learning Center
University of British Columbia: Friday, November 11 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS Learning Center
DRAGONStars:
G9:
Johnny Kil; Responsibility
Michelle Kim; Responsibility
Roslyn Lee; Get Global
Joe Jin; Get Global
Kevin Lee; Collaboration
Soon Huh; Just plain awesome!
Raymond Kil; Design your Destination
Erin Song; Serve Others

Dragon Descant 3 October 2016

Posted on October 2nd, 2016

Congratulations Dragons! Why am I saying this? Because you all have nearly finished the first quarter of this year in quite splendid fashion. I know that sometimes it seems like we’re all just following a bunch rules and listening to our teachers talk but after visiting classrooms these last few weeks I really do think we’re all doing a great job. Your teachers are working hard to help you learn and keep you engaged and you are all responding well! This has been one of the best starts to a school year in our short history and each of you has been apart of it. Obviously, our work is not done just yet but as the quarter comes to an end, I thought it was a good time to reflect on how things have been going.
Keep in mind that October 13th is the last date for grades this quarter. However, the quarter grade is only an update. There is no GPA at the quarter and no official transcript. Its only an update on your progress towards the semester grade. The work you have done until now will combine with quarter 2 to form your semester 1 grade. So, there’s plenty of time to turn that B- into an A (although a B is not bad;-)
Winter Uniforms Reminder:
Uniforms will change over beginning tomorrow, October 3rd. This means that all students will move to long sleeve shirts, a vest, and a tie. Bottoms for the boys are the dark grey pants and girls are in skirts or pants. Shoes will remain the same as they are, dark with dark laces.
Fall Festival:
Here are the clubs with a fall festival booths. You advisor should be able to let you know more about the booths soon. The date to get a booth at the festival has passed and so this is the final list.
Amnesty International
Art for Heart's Sake (Art Club)
Climate Reality
Computer Science
DECA
Global Issues Network
Human Rights Club
Key
KISJ Tech (Engineering)
Knowlege Bowl
MAT (Mu Alpha Theta)
Robotics
STEM Fair
Student Council
TAIL
Chemistry
Korean Ambassadors
NHS
Lunch:
I want to say thank you to everyone for bringing their IDs to lunch. Having them has helped the school be more efficient. Also, there is still some running to lunch but there is a lot less running than before. I hope we can continue the downward trend until no one is sprinting to lunch.
Over Night and Field Trips:
If you’re going to be gone on a trip for sports, MUN or another co-curricular, be sure to check in with your teachers to get the work from them before you go. Its important to check in with them because often times students feel overwhelmed when they don’t miss class. When you do miss it, there’s always extra work to do. So, if you can get as much of the work ahead of time as you can….its a positive.
Notice:
Room #218, under the PAC, is not a room for student use. I know that until now it has been open to you but we are making a change. That room will be used a lot by teachers and so we want to make sure it is always available to them to use as they wish.
Also, if you’ve been recognized by your teachers as someone who represents the true DRAGONS spirit (DRAGONStars) please come down to the office during Monday’s advisory period to get your picture taken. We’ll give the picture back to you later but first I would like to show off some of our awesome students to the entire community.
Upcoming College visits:
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University AND Binghamton University SUNY Monday, October 3 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS Learning Center
Abilene Christian University: Tuesday, October 4 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS Learning Center
NYU Abu Dhabi: Tuesday, October 4 @ 10:30 a.m. in the HS Counseling Office
New York University: Wednesday, October 5 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS PAC
The Ohio State University AND Rutgers University: Thursday, October 6 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS Learning Center
Colleges That Change Lives Tour: Friday, October 7 @ 8:20 a.m. in the Mini PAC
University of Sussex (UK), the University of Manchester (UK), AND the University of Sheffield: Monday, October 10 @ 8:20 a.m. in the mini PAC. (Location Change)
Laureate Design: Tuesday, October 11 @ 12:00 p.m. in the HS Learning Center (New)
Utah State University: Thursday, October 13 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS Learning Center
Boston University: Friday, October 14 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS PAC
Upcoming Dates:
10/7: Half day for students; not a holiday so students will go back to dorms (12:30)
10/8: MAT Tri-School competition; Volleyball @ Seoul
10/11: StuCo Assembly
10/13: End of Quarter 1
10/15: GECMUN; X-Country @ NLCS
10/17: Stuco Spirit Week
10/20: Family Weekend Begins / Fall Festival / Stuco Halloween Party
10/21: Advisee Paren Meetings / Music Showcase @PAC
10/22: All-faculty parent meetings in the gym
10/23-30: Fall Break
DragonStars: See you Monday morning!
Grade 9:
Sophia Kim; Grit
Joseph Seong; Grig
Grade 10:
Yuwei Zhang; Leadership
Ikjun Jang; Leadership
Grade 11:
Simon Jeon; Responsibility
Sue Kim; Communication
Grade 12:
Ashley Kim; Design Your Destination
Bin Yun; Responsibility

Dragons Descant 26 September 2016

Posted on September 20th, 2016

Good day Dragons,
I trust that your weekend has been going well and you did something fun?! We are having a typically slow moving autumn which is great for enjoying the outdoors.
Winter uniforms:
Uniforms will change over beginning October 3rd. This means that all students will move to long sleeve shirts, a vest, and a tie. Bottoms for the boys are the dark grey pants and girls are in skirts or pants. Shoes will remain the same as they are, dark with dark laces.
Fall Festival:
September 30th is the final date to request a space for your club at fall festival. Ask your sponsor to email me if you want to reserve a table.
Spirit Day:
This Tuesday, September 27th, is spirit day! This is to celebrate our season one sports and co-curriculars including our first sports trip to an international tournament. Let’s support our swim team as they travel to Taiwan and all of our season one participants! For spirit day you can wear any KISJ top with pants of your choice. No shorts or skirts unless you wear the normal uniform.
Upcoming College visits:
Southern Oregon University: Monday, September 26 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS Learning Center
UC Davis - Monday, September 26 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS Learning Center
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA): Tuesday, September 27 @ 8:20 a.m. in the Mini PAC
University of Sydney (Australia): Wednesday, September 28 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS Learning Center
King's College London - Friday, September 30 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS Learning Center.
Binghamton University SUNY - Monday, October 3 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS Learning Center
(Remember to check in with your advisor before heading to the presentations)
Upcoming Dates:
9/19-30: MAP Testing
9/29-10/1: Swimming @ Taiwan!!
10/1: SAT at KISJ
10/7: Half day for students (12:30)
10/8: MAT Tri-School competition; Volleyball @ Seoul
10/11: StuCo Assembly
10/14: NHS Book Swap Charity event
10/15: GECMUN; X-Country @ NLCS
10/17: Stuco Spirit Week
10/20: Family Weekend Begins / Fall Festival / Stuco Halloween Party
10/21: Advisee Paren Meetings / Music Showcase @PAC
10/22: All-faculty parent meetings in the gym
10/23-30: Fall Break
DragonStars:
G9:
Yubin Park
Peter Jiang
G10:
Kate Nam
G11:
Jasmine Kim
Kyle Jung
G12:
Tiffany Goo
Seungbeom Han

Have a great week everyone!


Dragon Descant 19 September 2016

Posted on September 18th, 2016

Welcome back everybody! I’m sure each of you is just a little bit fatter from eating all that good food during Chuseok. OK, maybe just I am. But it was fun so I’m not too stressed about it. Did you do something exciting over break? I do kind of wish we could post comments on this blog and have a discussion board. That could be good.
Do you sometimes find yourself talking like a pirate? Well, Monday is your day because it’s international talk like a pirate day! So, have at it mate-e and give me your best arghhh!
How about some back to school business.

Important Dates: Keep Shining!
9/19-30: MAP Testing
9/29-10/1: Swimming @ Taiwan!!
10/1: SAT at KISJ
10/7: Half day for students (12:30)
10/8: MAT Tri-School competition; Volleyball @ Seoul
10/11: StuCo Assembly
10/14: NHS Book Swap Charity event
10/15: GECMUN; X-Country @ NLCS
10/17: Stuco Spirit Week
10/20: Family Weekend Begins / Fall Festival / Stuco Halloween Party
10/21: Advisee Paren Meetings / Music Showcase @PAC
10/22: All-faculty parent meetings in the gym
10/23-30: Fall Break
College visits-- though September:
Southern Oregon University: Monday, September 26 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS Learning Center
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA): Tuesday, September 27 @ 8:20 a.m. in the Mini PAC
University of Sydney (Australia): Wednesday, September 28 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS Learning Center
(Remember to check in with your advisor before heading to the presentations)
DRAGONStars:
G9
Shin Chen; Grit
Noah Helman; Grit
G10
Kelly Yang; Respect
Flora Lee; Respect
G12
Minseo Kim; Design Your Destination
Katniss Lee; Serving Others

That’s it for this week. Mostly house-keeping stuff. Have a spectacular week everyone!

Dragon Descant 12 September 2016

Posted on September 11th, 2016

Good afternoon, Dragons! Including this weekend, you only have school 2 days out of 9 total days. So you have plenty of time to get your studies in;-) Actually, I wish each of you to have a good rest, great food, and an amazing time with your families over the Chuseok holiday!
Dorm Passes:
If you’ve forgotten something in the dorms on a school day,hopefully it will be there when you get back after school. Please do not come to the HS office asking for a dorm pass. Forgot your PE clothes? Nope. Left your Macbook? Really??? Forgot your project!? How can you forget your project that kept you awake until 4am? Maybe you’re a bit tired... Anyhow, I think you’re catching my message. No dorm passes during academic hours.
Advisory lunch:
We’ve already talked about not running to lunch..That still applies, and it also applies to our teachers. However, on the day’s teachers have advisory lunch they need to be in the cafeteria to welcome their advisees. I’ve discussed it with the teachers and they say that it would be a lot better if they could get in quicker on those days. Let’s all help them. When a teacher has advisory lunch, please allow them to skip the line in front of everyone so they can be at their table when you arrive.
College visits:
If you want to go see a college presentation, I think that’s awesome. You are, though, required to check in with your advisor first so they know where you are and you are not marked absent. Please check in before heading to the presentations.
CCTV:
We’ve had a few issues with students leaving things around the school and when they return, their things are gone! There are two main lessons to be learned here. The first lesson, don’t leave your stuff around and expect it to be there when you get back. The second lesson, don’t leave your stuff around and expect it to be there when you get back (I could only come up with one lesson but sometimes you need two for emphasis).
The policy that is coming out of this: The only lost items we will check CCTV for are wallets. If it is important to you, you should take care of it. Please be mindful of the things you wish to keep.
On the other side of this policy..If you find something that isn’t yours, turn it in. If it seems valuable, bring it to the HS office for one of us to keep. We will try to find the items owner. I don’t think I have to say that we all make this community what it is. If people are taking stuff, what does that make us?

Important Dates:
9/13: Stuco Assembly
9/14-16: Chuseok
9/19-30: MAP Testing
9/29-10/1: Swimming @ Taiwan!!
10/1: SAT at KISJ
10/7: Half day for students (12:30)
10/8: MAT Tri-School competition; Volleyball @ Seoul
10/11: StuCo Assembly
10/14: NHS Book Swap Charity event
10/15: GECMUN; X-Country @ NLCS
College visits-- though September:
Columbia College Chicago: Tuesday, September 13 @ 8:20 a.m. in HS Learning Center
Southern Oregon University: Monday, September 26 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS Learning Center
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA): Tuesday, September 27 @ 8:20 a.m. in the Mini PAC
University of Sydney (Australia): Wednesday, September 28 @ 8:20 a.m. in the HS Learning Center
DRAGONStars:
G9:
Yuji Yamada; Grit
Anna choi; Responsibility
G10:
Aiden Seo; Responsibility
Coline Kim; Responsibility
G11:
Julie Lee; Responsibility
Shawn Heo; Collaboration
G12:
Richard Oh; Serve Others
Angelina Cho; Serve Others

Have a great (super short ) week everyone! Aren’t two day weeks the third best thing ever?! Right behind one-day weeks and weeks with no school at all! Except I really like coming to school…so in my case they’re the fourth best thing ever. Right behind three, four and five-day weeks.

Dragon Descant 5 September 2016

Posted on September 4th, 2016

September has arrived. I want to enjoy the warm weather before winter sets inhave you been having outside a lot lately? You should before its too late!
A big shout out to to G11 for helping the middle school students with their adventure day actives and getting a bit wet in the process! On campus, I saw (and heard) grades 9 and 10 having a lot of fun. It was really nice to see everyone working together and having a good time.
Running to lunch is just not a good idea. I’m asking everyone who is running to slow down. I know lunch is so super awesome these days that you can’t resist running but...it’s still not a good idea. People charging to the lunch line like Santa just showed up with free ramen is seriously begging for something bad to happen. Especially when stairs are involved. I’m here again saying that I don’t want to make rules for silly things like this so please be responsible. Walk to lunch.
Another note about lunch..you’ll need your ID to get lunch beginning Monday (9/5). If you don’t have your ID you can buy a meal ticket from the deli. There will not be a separate line in the deli for the ticket so please wait in line. Then, you’ll have to go to the end of the line for the cafeteria.
Does your club want to have a booth at the fall festival? Ask your sponsor to contact me to reserve one for your club by September 30th.
How about hallway boards? Teachers have first dibs to reserve them unit next Sunday (9/11) and the following Monday (9/12) your sponsor can contact Mrs. Pfeiffer to reserve one.
Congratulations:
On Aug. 26th 2016 Fri. Bin Yun was given a excellence award from the Korea Forest Service which in the Daejeon Government Complex. He submitted a thesis exhibit for the International Junior Forest Contest. Since he won (!!!) this award, Bin will participate in a International Junior Forest Contest in Saint Petersburg, Russia from September 4th to the 9th. Great job Bin! Show them what Dragons are all about!
Upcoming Dates:
9/10: ACT
9/13: Stuco Assembly
9/15-16: Chuseok
9/19-30: MAP Testing
9/29-10/1: Swimming @ Taiwan!!
10/1: SAT at KISJ
107: Half day for students (12:30)
DRAGONStars!
G9
*Katie Kim; Responsibility
*Leo Roh; Communication
G10
*Ewan Chang; Responsibility
*Lynn Kang; Grit
G11
*Sarah Lee; Responsibility
*Aiden Kim; Communication
G12
*Isabella Kim; Design Your Destination
*Jack Min; Design Your Destination
*Welcome to the party.
**I’m planning a DRAGONS board outside of the HS admin office..stay tuned.
Let’s have a great week everyone.

Dragon Descant 29 August 2016

Posted on August 28th, 2016

Wow! What a nice day Sunday it has been. I hope you got the chance to enjoy it. Not a lot coming up as we continue to pick up speed in this new year. I do have a couple of reminders for you.
Reminders:
Only hang things on boards: Soon, we will be assigning board space to clubs. But first, teachers and a few bigger groups in the school will get theirs. When you do get your board you may use it how you wish. If your club wants to advertise an event, you may not hang things randomly on the walls. One space that we will reserve for all clubs to use is that space just outside of the HS office. If you wish everyone to see it, you can put it there and I hope that board will become a central place for people to come and see what’s going on at the school.
Don’t eat above the first floor. Including seniors: that pretty much explains it. If you do eat above the first floor you are risking a detention from 3:45 to 4:30pm that day.
By the way, how is lunch going? Are you getting through the lunch line ok or is the wait still too long? It will never be a zero-minute wait (keep that in mind). How about seating in the cafeteria? We are looking at lunch in general so if you have any feedback just reply to the Descant link email for this week (don’t reply all…never reply all! unless its an absolute necessity).
A second open question: Is there something you would like me to add to the Dragon Descant? What I mean is, is there a weekly piece of information or interesting did-bit that you would like me to add? I’m considering new additions now. Just reply with you answer in the email.
Upcoming Dates:
8/29: Clubs begin
9/2: Adventure day
9/10: ACT
9/13: Stuco Assembly
9/15-16: Chuseok
9/19-30: MAP Testing
9/29-10/1: Volleyball /Swimming @ Hong Kong / Taiwan!!
DRAGONS Stars!
Grade 9
Irene Jung
Brian Kim
Sonya Song
Justin Kim
Grade10
Joe Cho
Olivia Moon
Grade 11
Amy Kang
William Kim
Grade 12
Yoojeong Seo
John Park
***I am now crowning the new shoe policy a complete success! Thanks for making it happen the right way everyone and keep it up! ***

Dragon Descant 22 August 2016 (A)

Posted on August 21st, 2016

Welcome to the new notes, Dragon Descant. For those not in the choral profession, descant actually has a few meanings but the one I’m referring to is to sing. So the name literally means Dragon song! Do you like it?
The club fair was a massive success! Your passion and enthusiasm was on full display. This week I will take a look at all of the clubs and members. There will be some movement still as some clubs are overbooked and others are under. Stay tuned for an email from me on this and be relaxed while I figure it all now. I’m going to delay the start of clubs for one week until August 29th so that I can make sure we have everything sorted.
Advisory Lunch was a bit of a mess this week. Not because of anything you did, but because we simply don’t have enough seats per table to handle our somewhat larger advisories. I talked with your advisors last week and explained how things will go. Basically, we will be using the two tables closest to the exit along with the six tables in the second row in that same area. Basically, if you see the little sign saying 'Advisory Lunch’ and you have advisory lunch, you can sit there. I’ll send a more detailed email tomorrow with a pictures.
Every now and then we have a fire drill. Please make sure to exit quietly and quickly to the field and stand in your Advisor’s row.
Upcoming dates:
8/22: Sports practice begin
8/23: Stuco assembly
8/25-27: G9-10 trip to mainland
8/29: Clubs begin
9/2: Adventure day
9/10: ACT
9/13: Stuco Assembly
9/15-16: Chuseok
9/19-30: MAP Testing
9/29-10/1: Volleyball /Swimming @ HONG KONG!!

DRAGON Stars!
G10
Joshua Park: Grit!
Carol Yoon: Grit!
G11
Je Woo Han: Responsibility
Jinny Jin: Responsibility
G12
Taylor Park: DYD
Lucy Jeong: DYD
Q1 Donut Party is happening for you!



Dragon ??

Posted on August 10th, 2016

Hey Dragons,
What should we call the new notes? Have an idea? Reply to the notes email and tell me what you think.
Hopefully, your first few days went well. I’m feeling really good about this year so lets all make it a great one! Lot’s of work? Yes. But lots of fun too..clubs, sports, dorm activities and don’t forget how interesting class can be. All of the HS teachers work hard to make class interesting for you!
Week at a glance:
8/16: Mugbook Photos for G9. You will all be escorted by your advisor. Half of advisories will go during study hall and the other half will go during academic support.
  • All new students in G10-12 will meet me on the HS side of the bridge to the elementary on Tuesday morning at 8:45am. Your teachers have been notified so just let them know that you are leaving.
8/17: Club Showcase: Freshmen and all new students go to PAC @ 8:20 for the Club Showcase. I will post the clubs that will be running, along with their sponsors below. If your club does not have a sponsor listed, you are responsible for finding one before the end of day Friday this week (8/19)
  • Up to two people may present during the showcase. Please make sure that your club’s slide is in order. If your club is running this year and you don’t see a slide for it, you’ll need to insert one at the end of the slide show. If you need to put a slide in for your club that is listed below please make one and share it with me.
  • Click here for the Club Showcase slide show.
8/18: All students will meet for an all school, mandatory meeting with Mr. Dines in the PAC at 3:45pm to learn about and discuss athletics.
8/19: Club Fair: All students interested in signing up for a club will go to the gym at 3:45pm. Two club student members will need to help work at your club’s table.

8/21: Sports begin; Clubs begin
8/23: Student Counsel assembly

Other Notes:
Just a reminder that HS students cannot go to the MS deli. MS students are not allowed in our deli either. Please do not go to the MS building unless you have an explicit invitation from a teacher there.
That’s it for this week. Have a great Monday!

Club Name Sponsor
AMIS/KIMEA & Band Ensembles John Leonard
Amnesty International

Art for Heart's Sake

Bio Science Jessi Fisk
Canvas

Chemistry Sean Fisk
Climate Reality Daisy Lo
Computer Science Casey Moden
DECA Alexis Stearman
Global Issues Network Anna Pfeiffer
Gold Pasta Barbara Henry
Human Rights

Key Club Eva Biggart Amber Brenneman
KISJ Tech Ed Lehmann
Knowlege Bowl Nickolas Harris
Korean Ambassadors John DeBaun
LOA

LOL (Humans of Jeju)

MAT Lloyd Baker
Music with Computers Chris Bracciano
NHS Erin Johnson Alexis Stearman
Orchestra Barbara Henry
Physics Josh Wood
Robotics Ed Lehmann
S-NHS Paul Stearman
STEM Fair Mike Daly
STS (Students Teach Students) Daisy Lo
Student Council Joe Shulist
TAIL Paul Stearman
TRI-M MHS John Leonard
Yearbook Samantha Georgi Michelle Cave
SIATS John DeBaun



Dean Notes 10 August 2016 (A)

Posted on August 7th, 2016

Welcome back Dragons! All of your teachers have been back preparing for the new year and we’re ready to get it started. Have you had a good summer? Just so you know, its really, really hot down here in Jeju. Get ready for the heat! We have so much to talk about but most of it will get announced in our opening assembly. Our first assembly will be held on Thursday 8/11. Go to advisory first and your advisor will bring you down.

For Wednesday, please follow the A schedule and go to Advisory, then periods 1-4.
Macbook imaging will begin Thursday 8/11 so back up all of your data. You will drop off your computer during Advisory / study hall but you must pick up your Mac before class begins the next day. See the schedule below.
Imaging:
H305
G9
G10
G11
G12
Thu, Aug 11
Drop Off: 8:20-8:50a



Fri, Aug 12
Pickup: 8-8:20a


Drop Off: 8:20-8:50a; Pickup: 4-5p
Mon, Aug 15

Drop Off: 8:20-8:50a


Tues, Aug 16

Pickup: 8-8:20a
Drop Off: 8:20-8:50a

Wed, Aug 17


Pickup: 8-8:20a



Dress code is, of course, the warm weather uniform. No tie and short sleeve shirt.
We have relaxed the shoe policy this year! You can wear sneakers but make sure they are mostly black or another very dark color. For example, dark red will not be accepted. Dark brown or very dark blue is OK. No white or light colors. If you have a question please send me a pic of your shoe and I will let you know. NO light colored shoe laces. I will be very strict on both the color of your shoes and the shoelaces.
That’s all the news for now. We will have time to discuss the upcoming year and answer all of your questions at the assembly on Thursday. I’ll share some important dates with you and go over some other policy stuff as well.

I’m super excited to get this year started. See you Wednesday!!


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