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September 01, 2015

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It is a GREAT day for school!

“nihao”  (Chinese for "hello" - Part of our Global Education initiative)

 

“Be kind.  Every person you meet is fighting a hard battle.”

                        -unknown

 

  • Please remember that we are all working to do what is best for kids.  We may have differences of opinion, but we should all strive to be kind to each other!

 

  • I am always pleased to see our various groups and classes initiate a “service” activity.  Hopefully this will continue to be a part of our school culture.  Remember that it is not meant to be an extra burden, but rather an encouragement for everyone to do things for other people without thought of personal benefit.

 

  • September 17th is set aside to honor our Constitution.  Also, this year, the Governor has declared September 18th as a "Day of Character."  Please visit with your child about what "character" means to you.

 

  • Our softball teams, academic team, cross-country, band, cheerleaders, and football team go out and compete or perform for us each week.  It is vital that we remember that we are all Tigers and that we need to support each other.  This is a good opportunity to discuss character and school spirit. This week kicks off our first football games for MS and HS.  Please talk to our kids about sportsmanship and their behavior at the games.  Let’s cheer our Tigers on to a victory!!

 

  • Activities for the week:

Monday -

Tuesday – MS softball at Woodall

Wednesday – Early out Wednesday

Thursday – Annual district crisis and safety meeting, sb vs Inola, MS softball at Muskogee, MS football at Wagoner.

Friday – HS football at Tahlequah, softball vs Stilwell

Saturday – Cross country at Henryetta

 

 

Empower Students to Achieve!!

 

Review:   Mandarin Chinese Phrase for “thank you” is “xiexie” (pronounced “shi she” with a short “i” and “e”).

New word:  "bú kèqi".  (pronounced boo kuchee)  which means “your welcome”.  Here it pronounced at  http://www.standardmandarin.com/chinesephrases/You´re_welcome

 

 “Zaijain” (pronounced “Zi Jen”)  “Good Bye”

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