WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENTS – November 13, 2020

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Upcoming Events

 

School Events

  • Friday, November 13
    • The Fall Carnival
  • See a full calendar of CMIS School Events here.

Athletic Events

  • All competitions begin after school unless otherwise noted.
  • See a full calendar of CMIS Athletic Events here.
  • See CMIS Athletic Practice Schedules here.

 

Recent Multimedia

CMIS Stories

CMIS features photos and videos in our CMIS Gallery and on our CMIS Social Media Platforms.  Below are some recent highlights.

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StuCo presents The Fall Carnival happening this Friday after school!
- StuCo Leadership
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Mental Health Awareness Week takes place annually at CMIS to raise awareness and combat stigma around the important issue of mental health.
- Counseling Department

 

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Mr. Melby’s Biology class explores the concept of biodiversity through quadrant surveys. There is a surprising number of species hiding in the nooks and crannies of our campus. Life always finds a way.
- Mr. Melby
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Grade 1 students have been learning about air and weather in Science class. In this particular lesson, we were focusing on wind. Using bubbles was a great way to help us see what speed the air moves, and in which direction!
- Mr. Carl
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Grade 1 students have been learning about air and weather in Science class. In this particular lesson, we were focusing on wind. Using bubbles was a great way to help us see what speed the air moves, and in which direction!
- Mr. Carl
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In Kindergarten, we just finished up a unit on weather. Students made windsocks to see which direction the wind blows. Students later wrote about what is a windsock and what it does.
- Ms. Katie
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In Kindergarten, we just finished up a unit on weather. Students made windsocks to see which direction the wind blows. Students later wrote about what is a windsock and what it does.
- Ms. Katie
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On Friday, November 6, CMIS hosted the Chiang Mai Model United Nations conference. The conference was organized and planned by a Grade 11 and Grade 12 student who fulfilled the roles of co-Secretaries General. These two and their team did an outstanding job of putting together this complex event. Over 140 students from 13 schools including over 30 from CMIS participated in this conference. This conference was held virtually using Google Meet making it the first of its kind for the CMMUN organization.
This was the first conference for 60% of the CMIS participants. The CMIS participants were very well prepared for this conference and many were honored for their outstanding performances during the conference in the following categories:
Best Written Resolution
Best Delegate in General Assembly
Best New Delegates UNSC
Best New Delegate UNHRC
Best New Delegate WHO
Best New Delegate UN Women
Best Delegates UNODC
Best Delegates UN Women
Delegate's Choice Award ECOSOC
Delegate's Choice Award UNODC
The conference was a great success and CMIS MUN hopes to build on that success at the next conference on March 2, 2021.
- Mr. Nathan Kieffer
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On Friday, November 6, CMIS hosted the Chiang Mai Model United Nations conference. The conference was organized and planned by a Grade 11 and Grade 12 student who fulfilled the roles of co-Secretaries General. These two and their team did an outstanding job of putting together this complex event. Over 140 students from 13 schools including over 30 from CMIS participated in this conference. This conference was held virtually using Google Meet making it the first of its kind for the CMMUN organization.
This was the first conference for 60% of the CMIS participants. The CMIS participants were very well prepared for this conference and many were honored for their outstanding performances during the conference in the following categories:
Best Written Resolution
Best Delegate in General Assembly
Best New Delegates UNSC
Best New Delegate UNHRC
Best New Delegate WHO
Best New Delegate UN Women
Best Delegates UNODC
Best Delegates UN Women
Delegate's Choice Award ECOSOC
Delegate's Choice Award UNODC
The conference was a great success and CMIS MUN hopes to build on that success at the next conference on March 2, 2021.
- Mr. Nathan Kieffer
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Thank you to all who joined our PTG general meeting held on the 3rd of November, 2020. We appreciate the willingness of the parents, teachers and administrators to journey together for the benefits of our children. We believe we will grow together through this journey.
http://blogs.cmis.ac.th/ptg/
- PTG Leadership

 

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