Student Council

 

Monthly Newsletter

The NIS student council began a significant community service project during this month, beginning the renovation of Apung Gedung Nepomoceno Elementary School.  Students from grades 7 – 12 met on three consecutive Saturdays doing phase 1 of the project which is the clearing of tons of refuse left behind from demolished buildings.  The NIS contingent of 30 students were separated into 5 teams led by Trisha Joy Sicat, Therese Blanza, Kimberly Binder, Martin Woo, and Mark Bukovitz.  The girl teams were charged with clearing weeds, raking leaves and getting the land ready for new swing sets and other playground equipment.  The boy teams were charged with breaking up concrete block walls and loading the refuse on dump trucks that were provided by Barangay Cutcut.  The project will place on hold during the semester exams and will resume following semester break in January.

Another major accomplishment for the Student Council was the annual collection of food and clothes for the indigent families of Barangay Cutcut.  Due the persistence of the students and the charitable nature of the parents, teachers, and staff members this year’s drive was a resounding success.  The student council sincerely appreciates your efforts and we thank you very much!!  Clothing and food was delivered to the Barangay Captain’s Office on Friday, November 25 where the donations will be separated into family parcels.  These parcels will be disbursed to the needy families on Tuesday, November 29 at 1:00pm.

Finally, planning for the NIS Make a Difference Today Fun Run is ongoing.  The date is set for Saturday, February 25, 2017 at Clark Parade Grounds.  This is a major fund raiser project for the IB Creativity, Activity, and Service students in grades 11 and 12.  We are looking for corporate and non-corporate sponsors for this event.  Parents who own businesses or other enterprises who would be interested in becoming a major or minor sponsor can contact Mr. Hartzell at the school. 

In closing, we want to wish the entire NIS family a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! 

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