WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENTS – November 20, 2020

CMIS News

 

Recent CMIS News Blog Posts

 

Upcoming Events

 

School Events

  • Friday, November 20
    • The Fall Carnival
  • See a full calendar of CMIS School Events here.

Athletic Events

 

  • Friday, November 20
    • JV Girls Basketball vs GIS @ GIS
  • Monday, November 23
    • U12 Boys Football vs UCIS @CMIS (Chiang Mai United)
    • U14 Boys Football vs UCIS @CMIS (Chiang Mai United)
  • Tuesday, November 24
    • U10/U8 Football Friendly @ PREM
  • Wednesday, November 25
    • Varsity Boys Basketball vs ABS @ ABS
  • Friday, November 26
    • JV Boys Basketball vs UCIS @UCIS
    • JV Girls Basketball vs UCIS @UCIS
  • 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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The Interact Club has started their annual Winter Clothing Drive to gather clothes for children in the mountains. A cardboard box has been set up in front of the school cafeteria at the entrance. Please feel free to have students drop by and donate unwanted clothes. The final day that donations will be collected will be November 30th, 2020. Thank you in advance for your support!

 

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Green on Wednesday, Nov 18th
"Green is the colour of mental health awareness. Wear green to show that you care about mental health!"
Yellow on Thursday, Nov 19th
"Yellow is a colour that is connected to cheerfulness. Wear yellow to help lift up somebody's mood!"
Violet on Friday, Nov 20th
"Violet is a colour that evokes reflectiveness. It's also our school colour! Wear violet to show your love and care for the community!"
- Counseling Department

 

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AP English Language and Composition takes a rare break from writing essays to enjoy a little reading time out in the shade while some classmates participated in MUN.
- Mr. Eddy Lavelle
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Students in Grades 6-8 competed in the International Division of the American Mathematics Competition. Due to COVID-19 restrictions in many participating countries, we were able to conduct the event online. Several of the students participated last year as well and are eager to see their growth.
- Ms. Colleen
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StuCo hosted the Harvest Carnival for elementary students on November 16. They had an opportunity to play archery, ring toss, bowling, balloon popping, and several other fun activities. Thank you to all who made it successful as it appears a fun time was had by all.
- StuCo Leadership
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StuCo hosted the Harvest Carnival for elementary students on November 16. They had an opportunity to play archery, ring toss, bowling, balloon popping, and several other fun activities. Thank you to all who made it successful as it appears a fun time was had by all.
- StuCo Leadership
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StuCo hosted the Harvest Carnival for elementary students on November 16. They had an opportunity to play archery, ring toss, bowling, balloon popping, and several other fun activities. Thank you to all who made it successful as it appears a fun time was had by all.
- StuCo Leadership
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COVID-19 has brought a number of changes to the college admissions landscape. Last week, high school parents were invited to attend Ms.Nicole's presentation on college counseling guidance during this challenging time and how parents can effectively support their child. Another presentation on college counseling will be held for all Chinese parents on Monday, Nov. 23rd at 7:45 a.m. in the auditorium. Translations will be provided during this session.
- Ms. Nicole
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"Green is the colour of mental health awareness. Wear green to show that you care about mental health!"
- CMIS Counselors
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"Green is the colour of mental health awareness. Wear green to show that you care about mental health!"
- CMIS Counselors
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The CMIS counseling department has organized the second annual Mental Health Awareness Week this week to combat against the stigma of mental health and to raise awareness. Students from all divisions as well as staff members are invited to participate in various activities around the campus during lunch time for three days.
Elementary school students:
- Had a visit from Ms. Laura to discuss mental health (in age appropriate ways).
- Took pictures with CMIS Spirit Eagle
- Made badges
- Wrote thank you letters
- Colored pages with encouraging messages
- Hammered nails into a log (stress relief)
- Punched punching bags (stress relief)
- CMIS Counselors
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The CMIS counseling department has organized the second annual Mental Health Awareness Week this week to combat against the stigma of mental health and to raise awareness. Students from all divisions as well as staff members are invited to participate in various activities around the campus during lunch time for three days.
Elementary school students:
- Had a visit from Ms. Laura to discuss mental health (in age appropriate ways).
- Took pictures with CMIS Spirit Eagle
- Made badges
- Wrote thank you letters
- Colored pages with encouraging messages
- Hammered nails into a log (stress relief)
- Punched punching bags (stress relief)
- CMIS Counselors
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The CMIS counseling department has organized the second annual Mental Health Awareness Week this week to combat against the stigma of mental health and to raise awareness. Students from all divisions as well as staff members are invited to participate in various activities around the campus during lunch time for three days.
Elementary school students:
- Had a visit from Ms. Laura to discuss mental health (in age appropriate ways).
- Took pictures with CMIS Spirit Eagle
- Made badges
- Wrote thank you letters
- Colored pages with encouraging messages
- Hammered nails into a log (stress relief)
- Punched punching bags (stress relief)
- CMIS Counselors
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The CMIS counseling department has organized the second annual Mental Health Awareness Week this week to combat against the stigma of mental health and to raise awareness. Students from all divisions as well as staff members are invited to participate in various activities around the campus during lunch time for three days.
Elementary school students:
- Had a visit from Ms. Laura to discuss mental health (in age appropriate ways).
- Took pictures with CMIS Spirit Eagle
- Made badges
- Wrote thank you letters
- Colored pages with encouraging messages
- Hammered nails into a log (stress relief)
- Punched punching bags (stress relief)
- CMIS Counselors
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Yellow is a color that is connected to cheerfulness. Wear yellow to help lift up somebody's mood!
- CMIS Counselors
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Mental Health Awareness Week continues! Middle school and high school students took part in fun self-care activities during lunchtime. The Interact and Student Council members kindly prepared stress balls to hand out to students. Students painted calming messages and images on rocks to look at in times of need to bring them peace. Students were asked to write down uplifting messages and posted them on the walls. Middle school students made posters on Children and Young People’s Mental Health in the Digital Age and gathered mental health quotes from celebrities for the Wall of Fame in Wellness classes. Some of the students made green ribbons for the teachers and staff, and some enjoyed making props for the photobooth. Mental Health cookies were a huge hit!
Middle school and high school students also had fun taking part in similar activities that primary school students participated in such as...
*Taking pictures with CMIS Spirit Eagle
*Making badges
*Hammering nails into a log (for stress relief)
*Punching the punching bags (for stress relief)
*Coloring pages
- CMIS Counselors
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Mental Health Awareness Week continues! Middle school and high school students took part in fun self-care activities during lunchtime. The Interact and Student Council members kindly prepared stress balls to hand out to students. Students painted calming messages and images on rocks to look at in times of need to bring them peace. Students were asked to write down uplifting messages and posted them on the walls. Middle school students made posters on Children and Young People’s Mental Health in the Digital Age and gathered mental health quotes from celebrities for the Wall of Fame in Wellness classes. Some of the students made green ribbons for the teachers and staff, and some enjoyed making props for the photobooth. Mental Health cookies were a huge hit!
Middle school and high school students also had fun taking part in similar activities that primary school students participated in such as...
*Taking pictures with CMIS Spirit Eagle
*Making badges
*Hammering nails into a log (for stress relief)
*Punching the punching bags (for stress relief)
*Coloring pages
- CMIS Counselors
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CMIS teachers and staff also took a moment during this Mental Health Awareness Week to reflect on the importance of mental wellbeing and wound down by participating in self-care activities. We celebrate their hard work and would like to thank them for their continued support in promoting the wellbeing of our students!
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CMIS teachers and staff also took a moment during this Mental Health Awareness Week to reflect on the importance of mental wellbeing and wound down by participating in self-care activities. We celebrate their hard work and would like to thank them for their continued support in promoting the wellbeing of our students!

 

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