2008-2009 School Theme: Caring for God's Creation April 2009 Friday, April 10, 2009 Seisen Newsletter ARTSCAPE 09 EXHIBITION Every morning our students help us start the day with a short prayer. Their prayer Inside This is often a prayer of thanksgiving where they thank God for their parents and Issue: teachers, for their friends, for the opportunity to have a good education, for the gift of creation, both nature and people. Last week a group of little girls thanked God • Upcoming “for the communities we belong to” and this week some older girls were grateful to Events God for his presence among us and for sending his Son, Jesus, to us. • School News • Art Matters The students’ prayers show what they value. They show an appreciation for the gifts they have received, “for the beauty and infinite variety” in life. • School Calendar 2009-2010 One thing I would like our children to value is something that makes it possible for • Library News us to live and share with others, to build and maintain good relationships: trust. • Charity News They don’t always realize the importance of earning the trust of those around them • College Planning by being honest and how we can hurt others and hurt ourselves by not being • Nurse’s Corner honest. Unfortunately, we see a lack of honesty in different social situations ranging • From the from silly lies to call attention or avoid a scolding to situations where people think Newsletter they have to lie in order to survive. Team • Parenting Ideas It is mainly through example that we can teach our children the importance of • Advertising being honest, pointing out to them the danger of losing the trust of our family, our Corner friends and our colleagues when we are not truthful. With St. Paul, my prayer for our students is that they “can value the things that matter” (Phil. 1:10). Wishing you all the joy of Easter. Sr. Concesa Martin Headmistress Liturgy of Holy Week at Seisen Chapel Holy Thursday 7:00 p.m. Good Friday 7:00 p.m. Easter Vigil on Saturday 7:00 p.m. Easter Sunday 11:00 a.m. Seisen Newsletter Page 2 of 16 Upcoming Events Please send articles/ads to email@example.com by 1st May, 2009. Seisen Newsletter Page 3 of 16 The Musical South Pacific Friday April 17 (7:00 p.m.) Saturday April 18 (7:00 p.m.) Sunday April 19 (3:00 p.m.) This year’s musical, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic South Pacific, is performed by the students of the International School of the Sacred Heart, Seisen International School and St. Mary’s International School, under the direction of Ms. Chieko Nakagawa. South Pacific concerns the lives of U.S. military men, nurses and the residents of the Polynesian island they occupy during World War II. Nurse Nellie Forbush is “In Love With a Wonderful Guy,” a French planter with small children. Clean‐cut Lt. Cable has fallen hard for Bloody Emile the Mary’s daughter Liat. And the eabees, sailors and marines will tell you that there is Frenchman (played “Nothing Like a Dame.” The show’s gorgeous score also includes “Cockeyed Optimist,” “I’m by Arent Gonna Wash That Man Right Out of My Hair,” “Some Enchanted Evening,” “Bali Hai,” Remmelink of St. “Younger Than Springtime,” “Honey Bun” and “This Nearly Was Mine.” SOUTH PACIFIC Mary's, grade 12) has captivated audiences since its original Broadway opening in 1949. It is generally considered to be one of the greatest musicals of all time. Please join us for a wonderful Nellie (played by evening of musical entertainment. Performances will take place on Friday, April 17 at 7:00 Elissa Rowe of p.m., Saturday, April 18 at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, April 19 at 3:00 p.m. in the St. Mary’s Seisen, grade 12) International School auditorium. Tickets are ¥1,500 for adults and ¥1,000 for students and are available from St. Mary’s International School at 3709‐3411. The school is a 10‐minute walk from either Kaminoge (Tokyu Oimachi Line) or Futakotamagawa Stations (Tokyu Denen‐Toshi Line). Due to construction, there will not be parking available at St. Mary’s. Doug & Akane Jansen Musical 2009 Publicity Committee GAA PANCAKE BREAKFAST Girls Athletic Association (GAA) of Seisen will be selling Pancakes for 3 more mornings in the next month! The dates are: Wednesday, April 15th Wednesday, April 29th Wednesday, May 6th Please come to the Cafeteria before school and support the girls! Please send articles/ads to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st May, 2009. Seisen Newsletter Page 4 of 16 School News Meet Our New Elementary Principal Sr. Bernardetta Hori, Head of the Seisen Schools Board, has appointed Ms. Sandra Mulligan as Elementary Principal from August 2009. With her training, experience and dedication to Seisen, Ms. Mulligan is very well prepared for this position. She has been a great help to me in the Elementary School during the past year and I am very happy that she will be part of the administration. Ms. Laura Carlson will take her place as PYP Coordinator. As an experienced PYP teacher, Ms. Carlson is sure to help maintain and enhance the on-going Primary Years Program at Seisen. Under the leadership of Ms. Mulligan and Ms. Carlson we look forward to another productive, happy year in the Elementary School next year. Sr. Concesa ____________________________________________________________________________________ MEETING FOR INCOMING FIRST GRADE GIRLS A meeting for the parents of Pre-first Grade girls who have been accepted for First Grade will be held in the Kg Hall on April 29 at 8:45 am. _______________________________________________ Kanto Plain Model United Nations Conference 6 On Saturday April 4th, 26 students participated in the 6th annual Kanto Plain Model United Nations (MUN) held at Sacred Heart International School. Our delegation included: Algeria ‐‐ Moon Panda Canada ‐‐ Hashanthi Senanayake Costa Rica ‐‐ SunMin Park Denmark ‐‐ Yeojin Yun Dominican Republic ‐‐ Reimi Dasdeb El Salvador ‐‐ Izza Saeed Ethiopia ‐‐ Lois Rosinki Finland ‐‐ Yanna Thinnes Germany ‐‐ Ruriko Shinozaki Iceland ‐‐ Buyan Pan Indonesia ‐‐ Mihiro Nomura Iran ‐‐ Sonia Verbeeck Israel ‐‐ Francis Luiz Kuwait ‐‐ Kathrin Sehnalova Lebanon ‐‐ Sakiko Tamura Myanmar ‐‐ Alissa Yamasaki Pakistan ‐‐ Nes La Faro‐Fukuda Papua New Guinea ‐‐ Stephanie Kim Singapore ‐‐ Julia Tanaka Tajikistan ‐‐ Yoko Yo‐Ishizuka Turkey ‐‐ Amira Aminuddin United States ‐‐ Mai Watanabe Uruguay ‐‐ Carolina Barnabe Venezuela ‐‐ Sharni Sandhar Lithuania ‐‐ Alex Buccilli A.M. // Amber Kim P.M. This MUN conference was the largest ever, with over 150 students attending from ASIJ, YIS, Nishimachi, Sacred Heart and Seisen International School. The students discussed 2 important global issues: the militarization of space, and sustainable consumption patterns Please send articles/ads to email@example.com by 1st May, 2009. Seisen Newsletter Page 5 of 16 in developing and developed nations. A highlight of the conference was Sonia Verbeeck chairing of the 'emergency crisis' resolution. Well done to all MUN participants! Directors Jenny Estep and Andy Holloway -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2009 Kanto Plains Choral Festival And Kanto Plains Honor Choir March was a wonderfully busy month of singing in high school! Seisen High School Choir and Seisen Vocal Ensemble performed in the Kanto Plains Choral Festival at the American School in Japan with eight other international schools attending, and one guest school from Vancouver, Canada. The event was lead by Dr. Henry Leck of Butler University, a renowned choral conductor from the United States. All the schools cheered for each other as the choirs performed, and both the Seisen High School Choir and the Seisen Vocal Ensemble performances were received enthusiastically, as the audience clapped along to their songs. Both choral groups will repeat their performance at the Spring Concert on April 24th, 7pm at St.Marys. The Choral Festival concluded with a traditional African song called Amavolovolo, which was sung together with all the students and music teachers in the international schools. Kanto Plains Honor Choir Concert was held a day after the Choral Festival, also at the American School in Japan. The Honor Choir consists of top singers in the Kanto Plains international schools; a judge in the United States, who listened to all the audition recordings and scored the performances, selected them. After three grueling, but rewarding rehearsals with Dr.Leck, they performed seven contrasting challenging pieces. Their hard work paid off, as the concert was an incredible success! Nine students were selected from Seisen this year: Seniors: Sophie Bishop, Kristen Kagei (4 year veteran), Mai Watanabe Juniors: Sayaka Nishijima (sick on concert day), Sarah Rogers, Yeojin Yun Sophomores: Serina So, Emily Stenson Freshman: Alisa Kusunoki (sick on concert day) Select vocal groups were featured during the first half of the Honor Choir Concert, the Seisen Vocal Ensemble, was one of them. I was amazed at how diligently the girls rehearsed, until they were satisfied. They gave an incredibly engaging and moving performance. I cannot even begin to express how lucky I am to be working with such a dedicated group of students. Girls, you make me so proud!! Thank you so much for the excitement that you bring into the Music program at Seisen! Naoko Hashimoto Music Director of Seisen High School Choir & Seisen Vocal Ensemble Please send articles/ads to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st May, 2009. Seisen Newsletter Page 6 of 16 Art Matters The class 0f ‘09 artists, all 22 of them, had their IB Final Art Exam Exhibition on Wednesday April 8th from 5.00pm in the school gym. The 11th grade artists and their mothers hosted the reception for the 12th graders from 4:00pm-7:00pm. This is a talented class, which has produced amazing and very individual artwork. The students and I would like to thank Sr. Concesa and Mrs. Kawasumi for their support in renting the very professional panels that were used for the exhibition. We also want to thank Ms. Paula Syms and the Sports department for allowing us to use their Gym. The IB artists are: JO JIN HEE, KEOHANE MELISSA, NAM YEKYONG A, CHENG SATOMI, ENDO BRITTANY, FEINBERG SARA, HAMILTON INES, HATORI YUMIKA, IMADEGAWA RHYANNON, KAGEI KRISTEN, KIM HIMI, KIMURA ERIKO, MORIURA SARA, NAGASE YOUKA, ROWE ELISSA, SATO ERICA, SWINBANKS LISA, TAKAHASHI ENA, VERBEECK SONIA, WADA ROISIN I think it is appropriate to mention the dedication of all the IB art girls. They have maintained their schoolwork, while focusing on the hard work of setting up their IB exhibition in the Gym. A special mention to the Soccer girls Kristin Kagei, Sara Feinberg, and Himi Kim for managing to support the team and still do their art work, Elissa Rowe, the star of the upcoming Musical "South Pacific", Rhyannon Imadegawa who acted in the Tokyo International Players recent production of Shakespeare's "Richard 111" and Sonia Verbeeck the chairwomen of the recent MUN conference. All these girls worked to maintain their commitments, while working hard for their exam--well done! The 11th grade students have all completed a major artwork on the theme of "From the News”. Their stunning works will be on display in the High school corridor in May! Nes La Fukuda, an 11th grade IB student, is so interested in Fashion that she did her own research into the recent fashion shows in Tokyo. Nes arranged fro 3 of her class mates and I to be invited to attend the fashion show of Koshino Yiuma held during the vacation at Roppongi Mid Town. It was amazing so polished and creative plus we managed to be seated in the very front row!!! Congratulations again to Mihiro Nomura in 9-2 who has won an award again at the 20009 Japan Pet Fair Picture contest. Her winning artwork was displayed at Pacifico Yokohama in March. General interest the 7th and 8th graders are doing amazing perspective studies of the Seisen building so look out for the display in May. I hope you have all enjoyed the beautiful ceramic show in our school high school corridor. Ursula Bartlett-Imadegawa High School Art Please send articles/ads to email@example.com by 1st May, 2009. Seisen Newsletter Page 7 of 16 Seisen International School Calendar 2009-2010 Please send articles/ads to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st May, 2009. Seisen Newsletter Page 8 of 16 News From the Middle and High School Library Library News Sakura Medal Art Contest Many students submitted their artwork for the competition. The following student’s had their picture selected: Emily Stenson, Maria Okada, Keila Mitchell, Ena Ferreira, Marie Oka, Emily Keller, Clara von Komatzki, Valerie Solotska, Rihwa Kim, Astrid Evenson, Yeojin Yun (last year winner), Norma Aratani, Kana Saechout, Ena Takahashi, Marina Hiramatsu. You can see all the pictures on this site http://picasaweb.google.com/amThinnes/SakuraSeisen409?feat =directlink Winner to be announced in May! Good luck girls! Sakura Medal Votes Students who read a minimum of 5 books from the middle school list or 3 books from the high school list will be able to vote for their favorite Sakura book. There will be a ballot box in the high school library April 20 to April 24. There will be a Pizza Vote Party on April 24 from 3:30. Poetry Week (April 20 to 30) A Poem for Your Daughter With your help, we will be able to enjoy plenty of poems around the school! To be a part of it, just choose a poem that you would like to share with your daughter (or sister, or grand child...). Mention your name and your daughter’s name and send it to email@example.com or bring it to us. We will display all the poems around the school and post them on our web page. Writing Contest The annual Middle and High School Writing Contest sponsored by SPA, will start soon! All manuscripts must be submitted in the boxes of the High School Library by Thursday May 7, 2009. More information will come from Seisen’s English teachers. Happy Reading! Anne-Marie Thinnes, Middle and High School Library. http://web.mac.com/sislibrary/hslibrary/Home.html News From the Elementary Library “In which book does a girl set out to find a treasure map.” This is just one of the questions that our Seisen team had to answer on March 6th at Nishimachi International School as we traveled there to compete against four other schools. The girls did a great job both in their knowledge of the books and in representing our school with good sportsmanship. We were very proud of them. Please send articles/ads to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st May, 2009. Seisen Newsletter Page 9 of 16 *****All of the participants from Seisen, the American School in Japan, Nishimachi, Tokyo International School, and the Canadian Academy in Kobe.***** Even though we didn’t win, the students had wonderful comments about the experience. “It was fun meeting the other people from other schools. We made friends with them,” said Cliodhna. Bang Na said, “I thought Sakura books were interesting to read and it was fun to go against the other schools.” Kanupriya said she hopes that we can meet the students from the other schools again. The fourth grade girls are looking forward to the chance to participate again next year. We would like to thank the Chai family, the Jain family and the Mito family for hosting students from the Canadian Academy over night. We really appreciate them opening their homes to these students as that helped make the whole event a success. On Saturday morning I met some of the Canadian Academy students at Yoga and they were so happy and excited with the home‐stay experience. Our students also had a great time hosting. Anushri said it was the first time she had ever done this and, she said, “It was fun!” Julie said, “It was interesting meeting people form other schools.” Maddy said, “It was fantastic that we could have students from other schools stay and we could tell them about ourselves. Many of the Canadian Academy students said that the home‐stay was the best part of the trip. Some of the students are still in contact with each other. Our first Sakura Brain Bowl was a great experience for everyone involved and we all learned so much. We hope we have many girls who will participate next year as well. View Sakura Brain Bowl pictures online: http://picasaweb.google.com/jmodate78/SakuraBrainBowl?authkey=Gv1sRgCNbcqfvo 0Iu-Ug&feat=email# Please send articles/ads to email@example.com by 1st May, 2009. Seisen Newsletter Page 10 of 16 Charity News White Elephant Sale! The 7th and 8th graders are planning a White Elephant Sale to raise money for the Indian Child Fund. Where: Seisen Cafeteria When: After school on May 14th and 15th (Thursday and Friday) Drop-Off Information: Please bring items to the designated area by the Teacher’s Cafeteria on May 12th and 13th (Tuesday and Wednesday) Items: Clothes, toys, books, and DVDs are OK, as well as small appliances as long as they can be carried by hand (such as a small toaster) We hope this will be successful in supporting many impoverished children. Thank you, Tez Clark and Gul Saeed (8th Grade Class Representatives) ----------------------------------------------------------------- “Make-A-Wish” News Our fourth bake sale that took place on March 19th was another great success. By selling a variety of goods from food to toys, “Make-A-Wish” raised ¥37,200. Thank you to all the supporters and contributors! Your generosity truly means a lot to Make-A-Wish and of those that are in need. As the end of the school year is approaching, we are planning to have the last “Make-A-Wish” bake sale on May 19th (Tuesday). This year, “Make-A-Wish” had the Heart-to-Heart Charity Concert in September, along with four other bake sales. The total amount of money raised has been ¥311,465. From this, “Make-A-Wish” of Seisen received a number of certificates of appreciation from “Make-A-Wish” Japan. This is the outstanding result of not only the members’ hard work and effort, but also of additional students, teachers, and parents. Thank you! Our aim for this year is to be able to fund raise about ¥350,000. We hope our last bake sale of this year; will help us to achieve this goal! Please continue to support Make-A-Wish by coming to our last bake sale! Marii Ko (11) Please send articles/ads to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st May, 2009. Seisen Newsletter Page 11 of 16 College Planning News Class of 2009 College Acceptances to Date- UPDATES: University of Bath; Bentley University; Binghamton University; Boston University; Butler University; California College of the Arts (2); University of California, Irvine; University of California, Riverside; University of California, Santa Barbara; University of California, San Diego; Colby College; Connecticut College (2); DePaul University; DePauw University; Drew University; University of East Anglia; University of Exeter (2); George Washington University; Georgetown University; Goucher College; Hampshire College; University of Hartford; University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; International Christian University (3); University of Leicester; Lewis & Clark College; Loughborough University; Loyola Marymount University (2); Loyola University Chicago (2); Manhattanville College; University of Miami; Michigan State University; University of Nevada, Reno; New York University(3); Northeastern University (2); Occidental College; Ohio Wesleyan University; University of the Pacific (2); Pennsylvania State University, University Park (2); Pepperdine University; University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown; Pitzer College; University of Puget Sound; Purdue University (3); Queen Mary, University of London; Quinnipiac University; Roehampton University (2); Royal Holloway, University of London (2); Saint Mary’s College of California; San Diego State University (2); Santa Clara University; Skidmore College; Sophia University (6); University of St. Andrews; University of Sussex (4); University of Warwick; University of Tampa; University of Virginia; University of Washington Upcoming Events: Education UK Day 2009 (organized by the British Council) Saturday, April 11th 11:00AM-5:00PM Venue: British Council, 1-2 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo www.britishcouncil.org/japan-educationuk-events-edukday2009.htm **Please refer to the College Advisor section of the Member’s Site on the Seisen website for a current listing of college guidance events and links to recent news on the college process. (Click on the “Support” tab to find the “College Advisor” section). Please send articles/ads to email@example.com by 1st May, 2009. Seisen Newsletter Page 12 of 16 Reminder: College Presentation on Studying in the UK and Applying through UCAS Wednesday, April 15th 5:00PM-6:30PM Venue: Seisen Drama Room Speakers: Ms. Devina Sivagurunathan/School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London Ms. Isabelle Pugh/Goldsmiths College, University of London Ms. Emily Page/Royal Holloway, University of London All 10th and 11th graders and parents who are interested in learning more about studying in and applying to universities in the UK are encouraged to attend. Save the Date: College Workshop for Grade 11 & Parents (Required for Grade 11 students) Wednesday, May 13th 7:00PM-8:30PM Venue: Seisen Drama Room Professionals representing various university systems (U.S., U.K., Japan) have been invited to provide information, guidance and advice on the college admission process. Miho Hoshizumi, College Advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org ****************************************************************** Nurse’s Corner The weather is getting warmer and Spring is here. I hope everyone enjoyed the Spring Break. There have been a couple of infectious diseases in Seisen since the last newsletter, please read the following information about them. Influenza B One week before Spring Break, there were several cases of Influenza B in Seisen. We haven’t received any reports since the Break, but there could still be the possibility of getting influenza B, even if you had influenza A this season. Symptoms and treatments are the same as influenza A, although it seems that influenza B is slow to respond to antiviral medicines. Please take your child to a doctor if you suspect Influenza. The main symptom is high fever and other symptoms could be severe headache, extreme tiredness, nosebleeds, dry cough, and body aches. If your child is diagnosed with influenza, please make sure to notify us. Head lice Please send articles/ads to email@example.com by 1st May, 2009. Seisen Newsletter Page 13 of 16 There have been several cases of head lice, at Seisen. This brownish-gray parasite is very small and is found all over the world, in all seasons. Though they are very small, the human eye can see them. Head lice do not make you sick but they are a nuisance if you get them. They don't fly or jump, but they crawl so fast that it is hard to see them. If you find nits in your child’s hair, it means your child has head lice. As prevention, please check your child's head/hair every now and then, especially after a long vacation, when people have visited other countries. Whether it is hot or cold, lice live and hatch eggs, and travel from head to head. It is impossible for the school nurses to go through everyone's hair and give adequate time to search and remove the nits. So, your assistance in checking your child's head is needed. Nits (eggs) look like dandruff sticking to the hair shaft, but it is hard to shake them off from the hair unlike dandruff, since they are glued to the hair. If you find some of these parasites on your daughter's hair, you don't have to panic. You can buy a medicated shampoo at any drugstore in Japan. Purchase “Sumithrin” powder（スミスリン シャンプー）or the liquid form, or "RID Shampoo" from the USA that kills head lice, and is easy to use. Just follow the directions found on the drug label. Since the medicated shampoo can't kill nits (eggs), comb your daughter’s hair with a very fine tooth comb and pull the nits with your fingernails in order to remove them. It is necessary to kill them as soon as possible before they infect others. It is very important to discuss the head lice problem openly and freely. Any infectious disease, including head lice, need to be reported as soon as it is found; otherwise, the problem will get bigger and bigger and soon everyone will be infected. We tell the students that head lice like clean hair and anybody can get it. Personal hygiene or cleanliness in the home have nothing to do with getting head lice. Please remember, even if we checked your child’s hair, we might have missed a seeing head lice or nits if they only had a few at the time. It might be a good idea to tie or braid your daughter’s hair while we have head lice problems. Please remind your daughter not to share combs, brushes, hats, scarves, bandanas, ribbons, barrettes, hair ties or bands, towels, helmets, or other personal care items with anyone else. If you need more information, please don't hesitate to call us at the school infirmary. Once we find lice on a child's head, she cannot come to school until she has been treated with the medicated shampoo and all nits have been removed from her hair. When she comes back to school, she needs to come to the infirmary and have her hair checked before she goes to her classroom. Please make sure to notify us without delay so we can start checking other students. Whooping Cough (Pertussis) Please send articles/ads to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st May, 2009. Seisen Newsletter Page 14 of 16 There have been more cases of pertussis in Japan. According to the Infectious Disease Surveillance Center, whooping cough cases are increasing in Japan, especially for people who are in their teens and 20’s. A few years ago, there was a case of pertussis (whooping cough) in Seisen high school. There were other suspected cases of whooping cough, but they were never diagnosed even though the students all visited doctors many times. The typical symptoms of whooping cough may not be evident and difficult to diagnose, if they had prior vaccinations. Pertussis vaccinations may wear off after 5-10 years after the last vaccination, unlike the previous belief of a lifetime vaccination effect. This means that if a child finished the series of DPT vaccinations by 5 years old, by the time they are in high school, they can be susceptible to a whooping cough infection. We need to keep our eyes on our children, especially on high school students because of outbreaks in high schools in the US in the last few years. The incidence of pertussis among adolescents and adults has increased worldwide, in the last several years. Pertussis booster vaccines are recommended for teens in the US. If you are going back to the US during the summer, you may need to talk to your child’s pediatrician regarding the recommended vaccinations. If anyone has had coughing spells with or without difficulty of breathing for more than two weeks, please see your doctor and let us know immediately. Miyako Line, R.N School Nurse ******************************************************************************************************** Next month’s newsletter will be published on 8th May, 2009. Send article(s)/ad(s) to email@example.com by 1st May. From the Newsletter Check us out online at www.seisen.com>Community > Parents Team http://homepage.mac.com/seisenelem/spa/indexspa.html If you would like to receive a link notification for each month, please send your email address to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send articles/ads to email@example.com by 1st May, 2009. Seisen Newsletter Page 15 of 16 Parenting Ideas Please send articles/ads to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st May, 2009. 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