Generally meets every other Monday at 2:40pm; meetings last about 45 minutes to an hour usually.
NEXT MEETING: Monday, November 13th --- 5th meeting
We will conduct our general business meeting and begin discussing our long term projects for this year. Afterward, as we do at every meeting, we will participate in a cultural activity --- traditional Japanese games. Please join us! Our membership dues can be paid online at the BCPS e-store, beginning November 6th.
For more information about the club and a list of meeting dates, click on the tab for CLUB-JNHS. You can also email the officers at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about activities.
General Agenda for business meetings:
- Learn about Japanese Culture - Hands-on Craft Activities, Cultural Presentations, Videos & Stories
- Field Trip planning (i.e. the Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens) or Event planning (Japanese Cultural Showcase)
- Committee task meetings
List of Meeting Dates:
1st Semester - 9/18, 10/2, 10/16, 10/30, 11/13, 11/27, 12/11 (Bounenkai)
2nd Semester - 1/22, 2/5, 2/26, 3/12, 4/9, 4/23, 5/21 (Gakunenkai)
2017-2018 JAPAN CLUB OFFICERS --- For more info about meetings, please contact the officers via email at email@example.com
Co-Presidents: Logan Luczek & Gabe Wesley
Vice President: Joyce "Kitty" Vishino
Secretary: Veema Jhagru
Treasurer: Ananda Espinal
Historian: Maria Romero
JAPANESE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Generally meets every week on Tuesdays or Wednesdays to offer tutoring for Japanese students; one hour meetings from 2:40-3:40pm.
NEXT MEETING: November 8th (Wed) --- TUTORING THIS WEEK (Not Tuesday, since the IB Induction Ceremony will be taking place that evening)
Please sign up with Sensei to inform him of your intentions to tutor or to receive tutoring!
KIZUNA ACROSS CULTURES GLOBAL CLASSMATES
Last year, and for 3 previous years, our Level 3 & 4 students participated in the 2016-2017 Global Classmates Program sponsored by Kizuna Across Cultures. We were paired up with Misaki High School in Ehime Prefecture (on Shikoku Island) to discuss a variety of topics of common interest online using Schoology as our platform for exchange. We exchanged gifts by mail and discussed topics online, ranging from school and community events to slang/buzzword expressions. The students learned a lot from their peers across the ocean!
Although we will not be participating in this program in 2017-2018, we hope to reapply for 2018-2019, once we've fully transitioned to our new schedule system.