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Not sure whether to study Japanese or another language? Having difficulty convincing your parents why you should study Japanese? Consider reading this presentation: "Why study Japanese?" (A special thanks to Ambassador John R. Malott for use of this presentation he made to the delegation of Japanese teachers at the 2014 National Japan Bowl!)
General Schedule of Activities & Events
2/17 (M) - NO SCHOOL --- PRESIDENTS DAY
2/18 (T) - Government & Politics Club Meeting
2/19 (W) - JNHS Tutoring Session / Japan Bowl Practice
2/20 (Th) - Japan Bowl Practice --- All Levels
2/21 (F) - No After School Activities Scheduled
***2/22 (Sa) - Broward World Language Competition @ Western HS
2/24 (M) - Japan Club Membership Meeting
2/25 (T) - Japan Bowl Practice --- All Levels
2/26 (W) - JNHS Tutoring Session / Japan Bowl Practice
2/27 (Th) - PROFESSIONAL STUDY DAY --- No After School Activities Scheduled
2/28 (F) - No After School Activities Scheduled
Click here for the Red(A)/Gold(B) Calendar for 2019-2020 academic year
Click here for the NEW official bell schedules for 2019-2020 academic year; we begin and end 10 minutes later than in previous years!
ANNOUNCEMENTS & NEWS
Japan Club Update
Our next meeting is set for Monday, February 24th at 2:50pm.
Be sure to get on our email contact list and connect with our social media accounts to keep up with meeting announcements and activity updates. ALTHOUGH IT IS TOO LATE TO PAY DUES, you may participate in meetings that do not require spending money from our funds. That's most meetings. Check with officers about our upcoming meeting activities.
Government & Politics Club Update
Our first meeting of the year was held on Tuesday, January 21st in Room 116. Student leaders were elected, and we had a discussion on the current impeachment trial of President Trump as well general partisan politics of today. OUR NEXT MEETING WILL BE ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH. Check with Sam or Mr. Collazo for more details. All political leanings and those who are politically curious are welcome! Join us for what will always be a spirited discussion!
President: Sam Anglen
Vice President: Arlyn Llenas
Secretary: Zully Torres
Treasurer: Malav Patel
Kakehashi Project Update
November 2019: Kakehashi participants have been busy sharing their experiences in Japan the last few months, in an effort to follow through with our After Action Plan. We have discussed our experiences and answered questions about the Japan Trip with students through our Freshman Round Up Orientation in August, through the Japanese classes in Japanese, and through our Japan Club in our most recent meeting on November 4th. We hope to expand our activities to include a culture day activity with local elementary schools, and possibly even Deerfield Beach Middle. And we will be hosted Consul General of Japan in Miami on November 26th to discuss our Kakehashi experiences and to develop further projects to promote Japanese cultural learning in our community. We were honored to have him visit us!
Collazo-sensei thanking Consul General Hirata for his recommendation that Deerfield Beach High School participate in the 2019 Kakehashi Exchange Project
August 2019: We are proud to have participated in the 2019 Kakehashi Exchange Project sponsored by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA), Japan International Cooperation Center (JICE). We traveled to Japan from July 29th through August 6th this summer. 20 students and 5 teachers participated in a series of meetings, exchange activities, and travel experiences that each of us chronicled through social media platforms, including Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook. We presented our reflections and our plan for sharing Japanese culture when we returned at a reporting session with MOFA and JICE officials in Tokyo at the end of the trip. I would like to thank all who participated in representing DBHS well throughout the entire trip. All of you conducted yourselves well, compassion and sensitivity to this wonderful culture, and many of you provided formal greetings, presentations, and remarks of appreciation in Japanese when requested. I'm so proud of all of you. よくできましたよ！お疲れ様でした！
Deerfield Beach High School participants in the 2019 Kakehashi Exchange Project (in front of Sensoji in Asakusa, Tokyo)