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MS Assembly Tuesday, August 15, 2017 #2 Think Big by Grade Level

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MS Assembly Tuesday, August 15, 2017 #2 Think Big by Grade Level

  1. 1. Welcome KAS ms Assembly #2! Tuesday, August 15, 2017 @Lecture Hall 8:45-9:30 (45 min) Gr. 7 10:35-11:20 (45 min) Gr. 8 12:45-1:30 (45 min) Gr. 6
  2. 2. Assembly behavior: ● Enter/Exit quietly, orderly ● Sit in assigned seats/according to your teacher's instructions ○ Sit next to someone you can behave appropriately with ● Quickly quiet down when signaled ● Eyes on speaker ● Clap/participate at appropriate times
  3. 3. We Love KAS! So much growth!
  4. 4. Today: 8:45-9:30 (45 min) Gr. 7 10:35-11:20 (45 min) Gr. 8 12:45-1:30 (45 min) Gr. 6
  5. 5. Today: ● Ms. Lori (PS-12 Counselor) ● Mr. Imanishi ● Think BIG
  6. 6. Ms Lori or Ms Dietrich
  7. 7. KINDNESS
  8. 8. Peer Leaders
  9. 9. Counselor ● Schedule ● Classes ● Friendships ● Questions ● Solving Problems ● Help Parents
  10. 10. Are we ALL going in the right direction?
  11. 11. Mission Statement: KAS challenges students to achieve academic excellence and prepares them to be:
  12. 12. Balanced
  13. 13. Balanced ■ Academics ■ Arts ■ Athletics
  14. 14. Independent
  15. 15. Independent ■ Passionate ■ Curious ■ Critical thinkers
  16. 16. Global
  17. 17. Global ■ Aware ■ Ethical ■ Cooperative
  18. 18. Vision: To be one of the finest American International Schools in the world
  19. 19. Through programs such as Middle Years Program (MYP@KAS) ○ Language & Literature ○ Individuals & Societies ○ Math ○ Science ○ Arts ○ PE ○ World Language
  20. 20. In order to accomplish our goals: ● Your teachers & I will be teaching/reteaching the expectations (behavior, academic,etc.) ● We will do all that we can to support your learning
  21. 21. Some General Rules… (more specific classroom rules will be with your teachers)
  22. 22. Take care of… ○ yourself ○ each other ○ this place
  23. 23. ● Don’t say mean or stupid things (online & offline) ● Don’t touch other people (without their permission) ● Don’t touch other people’s things (without their permission)
  24. 24. Starting the day: Dress for Success
  25. 25. KAS students shall dress in attire that is neat, clean, and safe. 1. Wear shoes that are appropriate for school a. Indoor only shoes for gymnasium 2. Refrain from wearing immodest clothing 3. Wear clothing that will not offend the diverse community on campus...
  26. 26. Come prepared to learn ● Get a good night’s rest ● Eat breakfast, drink water ● Bring your ID+ (spare iPass?) ● English first
  27. 27. Make sure your card is topped up each day
  28. 28. USE Any iPass purchased at 7-11+ to buy your lunch/snack
  29. 29. See Ms. Nana in the Business Office for topping up/replacement cards
  30. 30. On the bus/train... ● Be Respectful ● Follow the instructions of the adult/driver ● Help your fellow riders ● Report to an adult any issues/concerns
  31. 31. On campus... ● Ready to learn by 8:00am ● English first ● Go to your locker ● Prepare for your classes, ask your teacher for extra help ● Connect with our new students, teacher, etc.
  32. 32. ● Please keep the locker area neat and orderly ● Store indoor shoes in your locker ● Do not store items on the top of the lockers ● Future locker sweeps
  33. 33. Large items can be stored in Mr. I’s office or classroom Skateboards will be stored in Mr. I’s office. (No skateboarding on campus)
  34. 34. English First ● How can we help all of our community members feel included? ● How can we help our 2nd language learners learn?
  35. 35. What are some negative results if a large number of students are speaking Chinese?
  36. 36. Students & adults Feeling left out or even excluded
  37. 37. Your parents are sending you to KAS to improve your English. Improving your English level is everyone’s goal
  38. 38. Repeated offenses will result in ● Classroom interventions ● Referral to Principal ● Student Conference & parent contact ● Other consequences Improving your English level is everyone’s goal
  39. 39. In the morning... ○ No Gaming on campus ○ Go to First block 7:30- ○ Check with your teachers (Athletic eligibilty) ○ Courtyard
  40. 40. No gaming on campus ○ Balanced individuals ○ How much screen time? ○ parents will set limitations for home ○ Parents know your passwords
  41. 41. Possible consequences: ● Assigned restricted access computer ● Parent call ● Parent conference ● Loss of use-computer/staying after school/etc. ● Restricted access at home
  42. 42. Mobile Phones ● Off & put away ● For educational use only/Teacher directed ● Is it a Distraction?
  43. 43. Walk on campus
  44. 44. During class... ● Balanced Individuals--give it a try ● Participate ● Come prepared with Homework ● Ask questions/Ask for help ● Do your best
  45. 45. AM Break: ● Line up ● Make your selection ● Scan your ID card ● Keep the noise level down ●
  46. 46. Use the Athletic Complex restrooms during AM Break/Lunch time Options: ● Library ● Upper elementary playground, ● basketball courts/field, ● Outdoor stairs ● Remain in dining hall There is no supervision provided in the courtyard. Students should not be there during am break/lunch break (there are a number of other options/spaces).
  47. 47. Dining Hall ● use the walkway to access the Dining Hall ● All Food & Drink is consumed in the Dining Hall ● Exception-teacher approved meetings-Student Council, special events ● 3-5 minute before bell lean up their tables, finish eating & drinking, finish purchases.
  48. 48. MS Lunch Time
  49. 49. Set A (available left-side) Set B (Available right-side, near snack bar) Note: You will be served the entire set
  50. 50. Optional: A la carte menu ● Add to set lunch ● Only order items from this list
  51. 51. IOU station IOU = I Owe You
  52. 52. If you do not have an iPass/money...Please complete this form
  53. 53. Break time outdoors/field/basketball courts
  54. 54. Lunches are Tech Free ○ No laptops ○ No phones
  55. 55. Ball Check-out or Bring Your Own If you bring your own ball, please make sure that it is Clearly Labeled with your First & Last name Store w/teacher?
  56. 56. Exchange ID Card for ball - IF you Do NOT bring your ball back, then you will not receive your ID. IF you do not want to use the ball anymore (but a friend does), return the ball & your friend can leave their ID
  57. 57. Use walk ways to access Basketball Courts
  58. 58. ● Use the walkway to access the outdoor basketball courts ● End games 3-5 minutes before bell--return balls, take a water break, and prepare for the return to class ● No balls left behind... Basketball courts
  59. 59. Media Center 8:30-4:30 ● All beverages (except water) and food are not allowed. ● Please check the online reservation system if you wish to use the study rooms. (teachers) ● NO GAMING ● Group discussion is allowed. ● Proper behavior required. No lying on the couch, no running, no loud behavior
  60. 60. Lunchtime... ● Line up ● Make your selection for lunch ● Scan your ID card ● Keep the noise level down ● CLEAN your TABLE ● Return all chairs to original position ● Dismissal to lunch break
  61. 61. Be respectful-Put seating back in place (in original arrangement)
  62. 62. Recycle-Anthony
  63. 63. Eat Healthy… 15 min. For lunch Monday-11:50-12:05 Tuesday-11:20-11:35 Wednesday-12:10-12:25 Thursday-11:50-12:05 Friday-11:50-12:05
  64. 64. Dismissed to field area when adult supervisor signals
  65. 65. Use the Athletic Complex restrooms during AM Break/Lunch time Options: ● Library ● Upper elementary playground, ● basketball courts/field, ● Outdoor stairs ● Remain in dining hall There is no supervision provided in the courtyard. Students should not be there during lunch break (there are a number of other options/spaces).
  66. 66. 3:05 Dismissal... ● Be safe ● Pick-up on Cuei-Hua Road ● Meet your ES siblings at the bus ● With parent permission, ES siblings can be picked up by MS & HS students to be picked up on Cuei-Hua Road
  67. 67. Cuei-Hua Road pick-up
  68. 68. Balanced Individual/independent learners ○ Teachers available 3:05-3:45 for additional help ○ This time may be PRESCRIBED if needed. ○ MS Students are required to be in a supervised location/activity after school ○ Notify your parents where you will be!
  69. 69. Library 8:15-4:30 Media Center 8:30-4:30 ● Dining Hall Hours: 3:05-5:00 (no supervision provided) ● Outdoor Basketball Courts/Soccer Field: 3:05-5:45 (when available--Availability posted by AD...) ● ES students need parent/adult supervision at all times ● MS students can be in supervised areas Library, Media Center, & ○ Outdoor Basketball Courts/Soccer Field (when available--Availability posted by AD)
  70. 70. Take care of this place ○ Lockers, Clean up after yourselves ○ Close doors
  71. 71. Take care of… ○ yourself ○ each other ○ this place
  72. 72. ● Don’t say mean or stupid things (online & offline) ● Don’t touch other people (without their permission) ● Don’t touch other people’s things (without their permission)
  73. 73. THINK BIG Award - Student recognition ● Monthly ● boys & girls ● by grade level ● Chosen by your teachers
  74. 74. This is going to be a BIG year! How will you show that you are thinking big?

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