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NEWSLETTER
LINCOLN SCHOOL / 2011 - 2012 ACADEMIC YEAR / VOLUME 1

ISSUE NO. 11

IN THIS EDITION
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1. 1. 2. FROM THE DIRECTOR FROM THE ELEMENTARY UPCOMING EVENTS
AN OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE OFFICE FOR MAC AFTER SCHOOL MATH HELP

2. FROM THE SECONDARY


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4. A THANKSGIVING DAY CELEBRATION 4. 5. FRENCH COMMUNITY SERVICE CLUB NEWS INTERNATIONAL BRIDGE BUILDING CONTEST

Picture taken by MS Photography Exploratory Class

Mission Lincoln School is a multicultural community in the foothills of the Himalaya that inspires in each student a passion for learning, the condence and competence to pursue their dreams, and the commitment to serve as a compassionate global citizen and leader, who is a steward of the environment.

FROM THE DIRECTOR


Dear Parents and Friends: With the rst quarter of the school year behind us, now is a good time to report on how the year is progressing for us at Lincoln. We have accomplished a great deal since the opening of school in early August, thanks to the hard work and dedication of the teachers and administration, ably assisted by a wonderful cadre of Teaching Assistants and, of course, a great group of students at all levels of the school! The following is not an exhaustive list but it outlines a few of the many projects and initiatives we have been involved in. Increased emphasis on student leadership throughout the school is helping students to take responsibility for their own learning and helping them to nd their voice in a variety of ways. The newly-implemented Middle and High School Advisory Program is addressing the social, academic and unique needs of students at those levels. The Responsive Classroom initiative at the Elementary school level engages students in constructive dialog with each other and their teachers. The work of the Freedom from Chemical Dependency (FCD) consultant helped us begin the dialog with students, teachers, and parents about healthy choices for students. New technology initiatives have included mobile labs in the Elementary School, new Tech courses (Film-making, Photography and more) and greater integration of technology in classrooms. A new electives strand in the HS has provided greater curricular options to our students, and allowed the introduction of courses such as Art, Music, and Words,Theory of Knowledge, Forensic Science,Topics in Engineering, and more. A very successful SAISA Boys Volleyball Tournament drew in many LS families. Doubling the frequency of LS Newsletter has allowed better communication with parents.
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FROM THE ELEMENTARY


The Elementary will be a urry of activity next week with the Halloween Harvest Fest on Wednesday after school as well as a host of activities that will kick off our year-long focus on Exploring Nepal. Read on for exciting descriptions of what the grade levels have planned in the area of cultural understanding and connections as well as service-learning. PS/PK: The cultural themes for the PS/PK Explore Nepal experience are music and art. Next week we will begin this exciting project through three artistic afternoon workshops which will be the starting point of the painting (Maithili Art) and music (the Madal) exploration of Nepalese culture. These experiences will also inform our production of Christmas cards that will be the start of our service learning project. This project will have an environmental and health focus including nourishment (and undernourishment). We will be working with the Nutritional Rehabilitation Center (NRC). To wrap up our initial EN Week, on
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Upcoming Events
DATE(S) Nov 4 EVENT MS/HS Report Cards Distributed
2:30-4:00pm ES Halloween Harvest Fest

DATE(S) Nov 18

EVENT Secondary Parent/ Teacher Conferences 11:50 Dismissal Thanksgiving Holiday

Lincoln School Rabi Bhawan P.O. Box 2673 Kathmandu Nepal Tel: 270 482, 270 603 Fax: 272 685 Web: www.lsnepal.com

Nov 9

Nov 23 Nov 24-25

Nov 7-11 Nov 17

Explore Nepal 5:30pm Board Meeting

FROM THE SECONDARY


Report cards, parent-teacher conferences and your childs learning experiences at Lincoln
Middle and High School students will receive their rst quarter report cards today. A cover letter enclosed with the reports explains the format and information the report cards provide. As you look over the report with your child do keep in mind that report cards, though important, offer only one window on your childs learning experiences at Lincoln. In addition we invite you to consider the following points:

Ask your child how they would like us the school and you, working together as a teamto support their learning: Student academic success is closely linked to a strong and cooperative relationship between home and school. This relationship can look very different for students of different ages and personalities, and depends also on family circumstances. Some children appreciate more parental involvement in their schooling than others. And as students grow older and more independent parent involvement, though still important, evolves considerably.

Grades are not the most important thing: The comments section of the report provides deeper insight into what your child is learning and doing in class, the successes and challenges he or she is encountering, and suggestions for ways your child may improve his or her learning. It is important to remember that many students suffer from grade anxiety. Focusing rst and foremost on the letter grade they have received can exacerbate this anxiety. Try to keep the focus on learning rather than the external measures of it. Take this opportunity to start or continue a dialogue about learning: Ask your child what he or she enjoys about learning what makes learning most effective, what sorts of ideas are most engagingand what implications these strengths and preferences have for his or her life choices. Grading measures particular aspects of a childs intellectual and social growth; there are other aspects, not easily quantied but very important, that also represent growth. Its worth asking students how they feel they have grown lately, and about challenges they have faced, and how they have met them. Some of their answers might surprise you.

Parent-Teacher conferences are scheduled for November 18th from 8:00am-4:00pm. These conferences provide an opportunity to meet with your childs teachers to share observations and discuss his or her learning in greater depth. Below are suggestions for the sort of questions you might nd useful at your conference:

Does my child seem happy in class? Alert, engaged? What does my child do well? What struggles does she face, in meeting the challenges of school work? What does she need in order to develop further? What can we do at home to support her academic growth? Is my child completing his homework as expected? Does my child face particular challenges in class beyond that of his school work?

There will be no school for secondary students on conference day. If you would like to schedule an appointment with your childs teacher(s), please contact Minush Rajbhandary by Thursday November 17th. Appointments will be scheduled in 10-minute increments. We look forward to seeing you on the 18th. Brad Waugh Secondary Principal

An Opportunity for Secondary Students and their Families


Dear Secondary Families: Lincoln School has created a partnership with TradeLink International, an Authorized Reseller and Authorized Service Provider of Apple products, to provide secondary students and their families with an opportunity to purchase a MacBook Pro or MacBook Air at a locally competitive cost. One of the goals stated in our Technology Plan is to attain a one to one computer to student ratio at the Middle and High School. Providing an opportunity for secondary students to purchase a laptop that is reliable, sturdy and easy to use is one way to achieve this 1-1 goal. You can see the quote from TradeLink International below and make a decision as to which model you would prefer. Every single one of these models is ne, but some considerations are pertinent. One consideration is price. For example, bigger screens will cost more. Second, the MacBook Air models do not come with a cd/dvd drive and have a limited storage capacity. Third, purchasing the Extended Apple Protection Plan for the model selected is highly recommended. Finally, please understand that Lincoln School does NOT require students to purchase a MacBook Pro or Air at this time. This is an opportunity, and it is entirely optional. Once you have decided which model you would like to purchase, please visit www.surveymonkey.com/s/lsnepal and complete the online order form. We will be collecting responses on this form until November 13, at which time we will proceed to order the computers requested. Please note that it might take up to a month for the computers to arrive.

An Opportunity ...
An opportunity to purchase Ofce for Mac will be available, so please check the appropriate box in the online order form if you are interested. Only one computer per secondary student enrolled at Lincoln School can be purchased. For families with more than one student, a separate form must be lled out and submitted for each student. Full payment is expected in the schools nancial ofce before November 13. We hope those secondary families in our community that were looking to purchase a computer can benet from this opportunity. Please note that we are unable to negotiate the given prices any further. If you have any questions, contact Jose Aleman at jaleman@lsnepal.com or at his mobile 9808869074.
Item No. Descrip/on 1 Unit 1 Unit Price US$/CIF KTM /Air 1,330.00 Total Amt US$/CIF KTM /Air

Apple MacBook Pro 13.3" 2.3GHz Dual-core Intel Core i5 4GB 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM - 2x2GB 320GB Serial ATA Drive @ 5400 rpm Apple MacBook Pro 13.3" 2.7GHz dual-core Intel Core i7 4GB 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM - 2x2GB 500GB Serial ATA Drive @ 5400 rpm Apple MacBook Pro 15" 2.0GHz Quad-core Intel Core i7 4GB 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM - 2x2GB 500GB Serial ATA Drive @ 5400 rpm Apple MacBook Pro 15" 2.2GHz Quad-core Intel Core i7 4GB 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM - 2x2GB 750GB Serial ATA Drive @ 5400 rpm Apple MacBook Pro 17" 2.2GHz Quad-core Intel Core i7 4GB 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM - 2X2GB 750GB Serial ATA Drive @ 5400 RPM Apple MacBook Air 11" 1.6GHz Dual-Core Intel Core i5 2GB 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM 64GB Flash Storage

1,330.00

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2,645.00

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Apple MacBook Air 11" 1.6GHz Dual-Core Intel Core i5 4GB 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM 128GB Flash Storage Apple MacBook Air 13" 1.7GHz Dual-Core Intel Core i5 4GB 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM 128GB Flash Storage Apple MacBook Air 13" 1.7GHz Dual-Core Intel Core i5 4GB 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM 256GB ash storage AppleCare Protec/on Plan MacBook / MacBook Air / 13-Inch MacBook Pro MacBook Pro 15" and 17"

1,330.00

1,330.00

1,440.00

1,440.00

1,750.00

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249.00 349.00

Featuring Lincoln School Elementary Music Classes Lincoln School elementary music students have been invited to the American ambassador's residence to help celebrate American Thanksgiving. We will perform songs, feature dance and poetry plus lead the guests in an audience participation number. This is an optional performance program for students in Grade Primary 1 through Grade 5. Date: Wednesday, November 23rd from 3:00 until 5:00 Details: those students participating will remain at school (it's an early dismissal day) for lunch, rehearsal and costuming. We will depart school around 2:00, perform around 3:30 and depart at 5:00(after turkey and pumpkin pie). Lincoln School will provide transportation to your home. If you are interested I will be sending a "hard copy" permission slip home next week. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email me at kshrestha@lsnepal.com Thanks andLove, Kathy Shrestha-Elementary Music Teacher

A Thanksgiving Day Celebration

After School Math Help


Math help is available after school from 3:15-4:00. See chart below.
Monday
Open to Grade 8 and HS students Mr. Kumar Room A-5

Thursday
Open to MS students Mr. Binayak Room A-4

Friday
HS Study Hall Mr. Atkins and Mr. Kumar Room A-5

The French Community Service is an organization of Lincoln School that seeks to give students an opportunity to live and learn one of the visions of the Mission Statement, the commitment to serve as a compassionate global citizen and leader. The club is dedicated to helping less fortunate children around Nepal, and all the members, student from grade nine to twelve, are very dedicated and excited to be a part of this ongoing project of improving the lives of orphans in Kathmandu. The club was created in 2004 building on a vision of being involved with the host country community in a mutually benecial relationship of giving service and receiving valuable lessons of the spirit of the hope of young children. The club has already been involved with many projects. The French Community Service Clubs main mission is to give the children a Room to Play, the name of our primary endeavor, because so many kids here have no opportunity to grow up as children in structured playful environments. The French Community Service Club rst project was working at the Sahid Gangalal National Heart Hospital, where they established a play room for the children undergoing surgeries, to have time away from the hospital atmosphere to play and recuperate. With the success of this project they moved onto working at Maiti Nepal Orphanage Home for the HIV children, as well as Bal Mandir Orphanage. This year alone we have been on several eld trips to the orphanages, re-organized and updated the structure of the club, had a successful bake sale to increase our funds and cleaned up the room at Bal Mandir so the children have a fun and a clean playroom. The club has a meeting every Thursday after school where we plan our trips and activities with the children as well as set long term goals. All the members who are a part of this project are extremely thoughtful and caring, not to mention Madame Pimentel and Ms. Regina who make this all possible. The children we interact with are some of the sweetest optimistic kids and we hope that what we do makes a difference to them, whether its raising money to pay for their education or something as simple as washing their teddy bears, for they certainly make a difference to our growing and learning! Anna Jespersen French Community Service President

French Community Service Club 2011-2012

MS students (with Open to Alg. I approval) students Mr. Sims and Mrs. Farish Room Mr. Gupta A-13 Room Open to MS, HS Study Hall Mr. Binayak Room A-11

Open to Alg. I students Mrs. Farish Room A-13 Open to MS, HS Study Hall Mr. Binayak Room A-11

The 2012 International Bridge Building Contest will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA in the Spring. In order to prepare for this contest, Lincoln Physics and Engineering Projects students will be designing, testing, and building bridges starting in November. Our school contest will occur in December followed in January by the First Annual Kathmandu Regional Bridge Building Contest. The exact dates and times are yet to be determined. Last spring, the International Bridge Building Contest was held in Chicago. Lincoln Physics students competed against each other to earn one of two entries into the International Contest. Our two Winners were Jan Heijdra in grade 10 and Bashil Singh in grade 12. At the contest, their bridges both qualied for the nals and earned recognition for load bearing ability. Bashils bridge held 4 kg for a total efciency of 207, placing 58th. Jans bridge held 20 kg for a total efciency of 833 earning 48th place. Finally, in the Architectural Merit category, Jan Heijdra won 2nd place and a cash prize! Special thanks are extended to: Mr. Deepesh Shrestha for his work creating the mechanism to break the bridges and for his tireless efforts supporting scientic learning at Lincoln School. Thanks also to Mrs. Prerana Sijapati and Mr. Rajeeva Kumar for sending the two winners bridges to Chicago in time. If you know of a school with an interested group of science/ math/technology students please contact Mr. Marty Atkins (matkins@lsnepal.com.np) for more information about this years contest. We would also like to extend an invitation to any people in the community involved in Engineering or Architecture to support our efforts as we build the only Regional Bridge Building Contest in Asia right here in Kathmandu. If interested, contact Marty at the above email. For more information about the International Bridge Building, visit their website:

As for the details of this dance, our social committee has organized this event on the basketball court, there will be chaperones and other sister school guests will also be invited in. Cotton candy and frozen yoghurt will also be available, and they will be included with the ticket. Our goal for this dance is not to make a prot, but for the students to enjoy what they paid for. Each ticket will cost 500 rupees and we will be selling them in advanced so that there is no pandemonium at the gate during the event. Transport is available for Lincoln students from the dance at 10:00 but students will have to get to the dance with their own transport from 7 to 8:00 when the gates close. We would appreciate your support for this event and hope that it will be one of the many successful ones that we organize during the course of this year. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email us at STUCO@lsnepal.com. Thank you, Student Council 2011-2012 Spriha Shrestha

Jekyll and Hyde: The Inside Story by Haydon Ali My character in Jekyll and Hyde: The Musical was the protagonist, both Jekyll and Hyde. It was a fun play to act in because, not only was it challenging, but many of my friends were in it too or came to see it, which provided me with companionship the whole way through. This was the rst time I'd ever played a lead in a play, and it was good to have that support. This play posed many challenges to me. First, it improved my skills as an actor and singer. I've had more lines to memorize in other plays, but those plays never demanded such a high level of acting skills: to play both Jekyll and Hyde in the same song was tough, both physically and vocally. Also, I've never had to act my own death before, which is harder than it sounds! And the subtleties of the play were numerous and challenging to convey: the fact that Hyde was truly evil and yet Jekyll was noble but not perfect was hard to pull off onstage. Also, my character had to show anger towards his own best friend. And nally, I've never had to play 2 characters that were complete opposites in a single play before, let alone in a single scene! And yet I wasn't the only actor challenged. Most actors had multiple roles, to the point where actors were changing characters and costumes onstage! Teamwork was a major factor in pulling this play off, and I think we all beneted from our experiences in it. In the words of my Mom (the director): I'm sure they all poured their hearts and souls into it. I know I did.

http://bridgecontest.phys.iit.edu/index.php
The student council hosts many events throughout the year typically including fundraisers, dances, and talent shows. The rst big event that we are organizing this year is going to be a post Halloween dance on November 18th. There have been questions about why this event is so far from the actual holiday, and I know that there will be more, but to sum it all up things got complicated and we also hope that the students enjoy a little bit of spontaneity. Halloween dances or costume parties have been very successful in the past, for me it tends to be the fact that everyone seems like a whole new person for that night and I tend to feel a sort of change in myself and most worries get forgotten with excitement.

FROM THE ELEMENTARY


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Thursday, we will also visit the Nagarjuna forest to collect items for nature artwork , exercise in the natural environment and observe nature. This eld experience has curriculum connections to our theme of Fall and unit on Healthy Life. And, nally on Friday, we will celebrate with Nepali dance and songs to close the day. PRIMARY 1 This year in Primary 1 we will be looking at living things of Nepal, including animals and plants. We will identify places and areas that animals native to Nepal live. We would like to visit the zoo to identify the animals. We will look at plants that can be found in Nepal and may visit an organic garden. We will study wood and how it can be used, especially in Nepal, and the different types of trees. We would like to visit the Kumari's house in Patan Square which is made of wood. We will bring in items made of wood from Nepal. We will study paper; where it comes from, different types, and uses. We would like to visit a paper factory to see how paper is made, and the different things that are made from paper, along with the different types of paper. During the Explore Nepal kick-off week, we will visit Nagi Gumpa on a hike, and observe the different animals we see, and varieties of plants (owers, trees, bushes, vines). GRADE 1 Grade 1 began their Explore Nepal Units through social studies learning about maps. The children will learn about all the different kinds of maps and how to read them, to understand the compass rose, and name the continents. The unit will end on the continent of Asia and in the country of Nepal. In art Grade 1 students have just completed a relief map on the three main levels of Nepal: at, hills and the Himalayas. To help them visualize the different terrain the students will be going on a eld trip to Nagi Gumpa, where they will be able to experience and view all three of levels on the relief map that they made. We will use these maps to then move into our second unit about people and families of Nepal. We will also discuss the population of Nepal. The students will learn what a minority is. We will focus on four ethnic minority groups: Newari, Brahmin, Sherpa and Tamang. This discussion will include what the groups look like, to include facial features, clothing, accents, dialects and special crafts. Each of these ethnic groups comes from different areas of Nepal. The third unit will be on housing. Grade 1 will rst look at how their own housing differs from other children all around the world. The students will then focus in on the traditional housing of the Newari, Brahmin, Sherpa and Tamang people. This will bring the students to their nal unit about food. They will study the types of food a Nepali family typically eat as well as any special foods that are made for the different holidays. GRADE 2 Grade 2 is learning about Nepali art, customs and culture through a variety of rich learning experiences. Our class is designing and painting a Mathali mural that will be painted on the wall of the new food service building as a service learning project conducted at Lincoln School. Our class will learn about local pottery and sculpture by visiting the traditional Nepali city of Bhaktapur, taking a trip to a local ceramics factory and hearing a lecture from a guest Nepali artisan. In addition, we will sample some traditional Nepali food and learn Nepali games in the beautiful setting of the Shangri-la Hotel next week as a part of the kick-off of our year-long celebration of Explore Nepal. GRADE 3 Explore Nepal in Grade 3 is a year- long integration of cultural and service learning into our curriculum. In our service learning strand, third graders will plan, initiate, and carry out a service project that will help a local Nepali school in our neighborhood. We will initiate our service project next week when we meet with a third grade class from Paramount Secondary Boarding School. This will be the group of children that we will work with in our service project throughout the school year. Students will participate in cultural learning throughout the school year through experimenting with mineral Thanka paintings, hiking around the Godavari marble quarry, visiting a singing bowl factory, and reading Nepali literature. GRADE 4 As Grade 4 begins to expand their Class Economy and dive into a language arts based study of Entrepreneurship, we'll also look at how items are produced in Kathmandu. Next week we'll take a walking eld trip to the Association of Craft Producers in Ravi Bhawan. One of the main retail outlets for this association is Dhukuti. We'll tour the facility and witness the assembly of several products at the various stages of production. The children will participate in block printing and possibly felt making.

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Fourth grade has a sister school. It's only a few blocks away but in every other respect it is in a different world. Throughout the rest of the year, the fourth grade Explore Nepal program will foster a relationship with the fourth grade at our sister school, focusing on activities that the two fourth grade groups can do together. Our goal is to bridge the two schools through the creation and imagination of the students, and foster empathy and cooperation through collaborative activities. GRADE 5 Grade 5 is excited to be part of the Lincoln School service learning project that allows us to have theopportunity toforge a meaningful relationship with the people and the environment of our host country. We will be in a year long program of Ecoorganic farming and preservation of ourenvironment withthe 7th graders of theKalidevi School in Patelebath, Kavre,and they will become organic gardening mentors to our children. By this interaction the students from both schools will be stimulated to learn from each other in language, experience and culture. This program also allows us to make various academic connections in the areas of Language Arts, Science andleadership development. Studying about the various elements of cultures and their impact on the families around the world, the effects of adaptation to various challenging environments, utilization of sustainable solar energy and empowering the children in skills of leadership are some of the areas we intend to explore and develop to their utmost. Exciting Explore Nepal for Grade 5!

Middle School High Command Halloween Dance (Costumes Optional) 6-9pm on November 4th (today) 400rps covers Snacks & DJ Transportation provided following the dance only! Please feel free to send snacks or extra meals for your participants .

AJendance If your son or daughter is absent from school, please call the school or e-mail Minush Rajbhandary (mrajbhandary@lsnepal.com) by 8:00 am to no]fy us of the absences.

A collective effort to improve communication betw een the school and home is well unde r way at Lincoln School. We ho pe you enjoy our newsletter as an other form of communication. If yo u have any suggestion or wish to feature an article in this newslet ter, please do not hesitate to send us an e-mail at newsletter@lsnepal.c om.

FROM THE EDITORS

FROM THE DIRECTOR


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Our UN Day celebration brought together signicant participation by UN personnel, NGOs and Lincoln School students. There was signicant collaboration by teachers and students at all levels of the school to improve this important day in the life of our community. Implementation of the MS Exploratory program, which gives young adolescent learners the chance to explore their interests and to develop new interests beyond the tradition curriculum Renovation of the schools gymnasium, outdoor basketball court, and the roof-top play area Broader, more inclusive vision of Student Council at all levels of the school is bringing more students into leadership A new administrative structure combined with the MS/HS Advisory program has allowed greater focus on student conduct and a more consistent application of policy and procedures. Faculty Professional Development has included the inauguration of the SUNY-Buffalo State University Masters Program at Lincoln School. Regular and documented meetings are taking place in all three divisions between the Principals and teachers. Greater collaboration between teachers, facilitated by teacher leaders and Principals Ongoing work in curriculum development and articulation, including development and implementation in Math and extensive discussions taking place as part of the Social Studies review process A sophisticated software tool Rubicon Atlas is being implemented this year in the area of Math, to compliment the work being done in its implementation year. Important data is being gathered regularly and effectively though the use of surveys, including the Pulse Survey by Director, the CIS School Survey, feedback sessions from faculty to Administration, and more. The Explore Nepal program now articulated through the entire school has been reviewed and signicantly infused with community service components that will more directly reect the schools Mission and Core Values.

As we move forward in the school year, we will continue to build on the many successes of this rst term. Regards, Philip Clinton, Director

LINCOLN SCHOOL

LINCOLN NEWSLETTER

Rabi Bhawan P.O. Box 2673 Kathmandu Nepal Tel: 270 482, 270 603 Fax: 272 685 Web: www.lsnepal.com

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MS/HS Schedule November 7 November 25, 2011


First Bell will ring at 7:55am

Nov 7-11

Monday Nov 14 D
8:00-9:00

Tuesday Nov 15 A
8:00-9:00

Wednesday Nov 16 F
8:00-9:00

Thursday Nov 17 C
8:00-9:00

Friday Nov 18
MS/HS P/T Conferences

Monday Nov 21 E
8:00-9:00

Tuesday Nov 22 B
8:00-9:00

Wednesday Nov 23 G
8:00-8:30

Nov 24-25

Explore Nepal Week

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9:05-10:05

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A 9:10-9:40
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Thanksgiving Holiday

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10:20-11:20 Assembly, Advisory 11:25-11:50

C Long Period
10:2011:50

H Long Period
10:20-11:50

E Long Period
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11:00-11:50 Earthquake Drill

After School Activity


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After School Activity


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Prof Dev

After School Activity


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After School Activity


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After School Activity


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11:50 Dismissal Prof Dev