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International School Manila For ATTENDANCE concerns,

please contact the HS Office


(Sam Ramos or Laurie Atilano)
Tel: 840 8650 / 840 8653

HS FRIDAY BULLETIN
or email HSOffice@ismanila.org

For GUIDANCE concerns, please


contact Gigi Azarcon and Jasmin
February 12, 2010 Andres Tel:840-8655 / 840-8660

Dear Parents,

I would like to start with a BIG thank you to the PTA organizers who ran last weekend’s Family
Fun Day. I know my own ES and MS sons had a great time, especially when dad paid to put them
in “jail” and then later when they had a chance to get back at dad at the dunking booth! This is
an important annual fundraiser for the PTA and the funds raised are ploughed back into
worthwhile projects within the school community. Thank you to everyone who participated and
made the event such a success.

It has been another busy week in the High School. We had a fantastic parent turn out at the
monthly parent coffee meeting on Tuesday. We covered a number of announcements but focused
on IT improvements at ISM and the upcoming Course Registration process for the next school
year. All high school students have now received information via assemblies, class meetings,
discussions with counselors and the IB coordinator in terms of what courses will be on offer in the
high school next year and the likely pathways that students can take to meet ISM graduation and
IB Diploma requirements. Please take time to discuss these important course selection decisions
with your child. The HS Course Offerings can be found on the ism.org website.

At the parent coffee I also mentioned how pleased and excited I am with recruiting new teachers
for the next school year. I am excited with the prospect of working with such a talented bunch of
international educators. We have eight new teachers in the following areas:

Counseling
Steve Ayling – Currently ISM Middle School
Doug McQueen – Currently Nagoya International School
English
Peter Curry – Currently ISM Middle School
Justin Cook – Currently Nagoya International School
Andrea Thompson - Currently Taipei American School
Maths
Patrick Hillman – Currently British International School Jakarta
Music – MS/HS Strings
Guillaume Odendaal – Currently Karachi American School
Social Studies – Geography
Mike Relf – Currently Thames Valley University – Sixth Form Academy, Reading

Kind regards,

William R. S Brown Michael Dickinson


High School Principal High School Assistant Principal

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From the HS Office: For Senior Parents:
Monday, Feb 15 There will be a graduation committee meeting this
IB2 Language B Orals
IB Class Visits Gr. 10 (Geo/Hist Classes)
coming Friday, February 19 at 1p.m. at Room 1057.
IB2-English B Orals See you there!
IB2 English /Filipino A2 Written Tasks DUE

Tuesday, Feb 16 Request from the ES Art Department:


IB2 Language B Orals
The ES art department would like to request your
IB Class Visits Gr. 10 (Geo/Hist Classes)
IB2-English B Orals assistance in the collection of recyclables to be used
in art projects. Plastic bottles, caps, lids (plastic and
Wednesday, Feb 17 metal), gift wrap, broken or unwanted toys, tins,
Student Late Start small boxes, Styrofoam trays, packaging, ribbon,
IB2 Language B Orals yarn, keys, broken tools and anything else you
IB Class Visits Gr. 10 (Geo/Hist Classes) imagine we could make use of. Please ensure all
IB2 English A1 World Lit 2 DUE donations are clean and safe. If you have any
Whole School Assembly CULCON Preview questions please refer them to joneso@ismanila.org
Donations can be taken to room 1189 opposite the
Thursday, Feb 18 ES gym.
IB2 Language B Orals Thanks in anticipation, Olivia Jones.
Parenting Workshop 8 – 10:30am Room 1057
Gr. 9 Parents Course Selection Meeting 5:30-6pm (LT) Olly Jones
Gr.10 Parents Course Selection Meeting 6-7pm (LT) Elementary Art
Friday, Feb 19
IB2 Language B Orals
Geography Field Trip (Novaliches Watershed)
ISSBA Party/HS Dance 7-10pm (Little Theater)

Saturday, Feb 20
CCV

Monday, Feb 22
No classes—EDSA Revolution Holiday

Remember:
February 23: Course Registration Week
(Grade 9, 10 & 11)

February 24: IASAS Math Competition


IASAS Music Preview 5pm (LT)

February 25: IASAS Dance/Drama Previews 5pm (FAT)

February 26: IASAS Music Preview 5pm (LT)

February 26-28: Pre-IASAS Boys Softball/ Badminton

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From the Fine Arts Office:

IASAS ART EXHIBITION OPENING & FESTIVAL CONCERT: FRIDAY MARCH 5TH
Dear ISM Community Members,

The IASAS Art and Music Festival is fast approaching and planning is well underway for what will be a truly special ISM
community event.
The feature event of the 3 day festival of Art and Music is the Art Exhibition Opening and Festival Concert on Friday
evening at the ISM Fine Arts Theatre.
The Art exhibit is from 6pm to 7pm in the Fine Arts Theatre Gallery and you will have the opportunity to view a wide range
of art pieces and talk with the IASAS art delegates about their individual works and the motivation/inspiration behind the
design and artistic process.
Immediately following the art opening the doors will be open for the Festival Music Concert featuring the IASAS Music
delegates from Band, Strings, Piano and Choir under the guidance of guest conductors, Mr Jerry Luckhardt (band), Mr
Hernan Constantino (strings) and Mr Joel Navarro (choir).

ISM community members can get tickets for this event from the Fine Arts office, ATAC office or at the door on Friday March
5th. Tickets are free and will go fast for this event so please get in early to your secure seats to what will be a memorable art
and music experience of the highest quality.
ISM families who are housing a visiting IASAS delegate will get 2 tickets when they receive their guest housing information
the week leading up to the festival.

FRIDAY CONCERT PROGRAM:

Festival String Orchestra


Divertimenti, Three, K.136, K.137 & K.138 by WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART 1756 ‐ 1791
Roman Carnival Overture by HECTOR BERLIOZ

Piano Soloist

Festival Band Repertoire


As Summer Was Just Beginning by LARRY DAEHN
Flourish for Glorious John by RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS
Children's March by PERCY GRAINGER/MARK ROGERS
Festal Scenes by YASUDE ITO

Piano Soloist

Festival Choir Repertoire


Io Mi Son Giovinetta by CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI
Da Coconut Nut by RYAN CAYABYAB
Wings of the Morning by JOHN RUTTER
Dances to Life by MACK WILBERG
I: Wonder II: Here I Stand III. If Clarions

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From the ATAC Office:
3rd Season updates:
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IASAS ART & MUSIC HOST FAMILIES: Feb 7 Boys Softball ASSL league games at Ateneo
If you have submitted a form agreeing to host for IASAS Art & Feb 13th ISM Goodwill Gymnastics Meet –MS Gym from 8am
Music THANK –YOU very much! Feb 13th Badminton at Brent
You will receive an information letter including name of guests Feb 13th MS Boys B Tennis v Ateneo B at CSA 8am
and pick up times etc on Feb 24-26th. Letters will be distributed Feb 13th Track invitational at Brent HS/MS from 7:30am
via students so please ask your child if they have Feb 14th Boys Softball ASSL league games at Ateneo
received/collected the housing information letter to be taken Feb 20th Track meet at ISM HS/MS from 7:30am
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home. Feb 20 Badminton at ISM
You will also receive a phone call Monday/Tuesday March1st/2nd Feb 21st Boys Softball ASSL league games at Ateneo
to ensure the letter has reached you and for confirmation that Feb 27th Swim meet at ISM
everything is ok regards hosting. Feb 26‐28 Boys Softball exchange at Bangkok
Mar 12‐14 Nike track meet at Bangkok
We still require more housing for this event, if you have ISM Mar 12‐14 Girls softball exchange at Taipei
friends that are interested and can house some wonderful Mar 13th Track meet at Brent
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artists/musicians please have them contact the ATAC or Fine Mar 19 Twilight track meet at ISM
Arts office asap for details. April 7‐11 IASAS (Track at SAS, Softball/Badminton at ISB)
Regards, April 10th JV Badminton at ISM
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April 12 HS Academic Bowl at Brent
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April 13 MS Academic Bowl at Brent
April 24th Swim meet at Brent

IASAS HOUSING REQUEST:


Dear ISM Parents,
IASAS Art/Music Festival is fast approaching! March 3-7th! Please see sign up letter and information included in this
bulletin.
I would like to ask for your assistance with housing for a visiting IASAS Art/Music student. We require 160 housing
placements for this event. If you have not housed before it is great chance to meet fantastic students from our IASAS
schools. Requirements are listed to give you an idea of what is needed if you say yes.
IASAS Art and Music Festival: Housing requirements/details:
Housing needed from Wednesday night 3rd March until Sunday morning 7th March. (4 nights)
A bed/futon/fold-out couch or comfortable place for guest to sleep.
Provide transportation to and from ISM each day
Provide a breakfast each morning
Provide one or two evening meals (Wed and Thursday most likely. Evening meals not required on Friday or Saturday.
Be at home in evenings (coaches will make curfew calls each night at 10pm to check students are at home)
Treat and welcome your guest as you would like your own child treated if they were attending an event at another
IASAS school and being housed.
If you can assist with housing visiting students please print out the letter attached, fill it in and return the slip
to ATAC or Fine Arts office or call/email Joan in ATAC office or Rochelle in the Fine Arts office if you have any
further questions.
In addition there will be a fantastic event for ISM community and lovers of the Fine Arts to attend on Friday
March 5th.
The Art Exhibition opening in the FAT Gallery and then the Festival Concert in our FAT on Friday
afternoon/evening will be a great showcase of all the hard work done by the IASAS participants.
All art pieces from IASAS delegates will be on display for viewing prior to the festival concert featuring all
IASAS Strings, Band, Piano and Vocal delegates under the direction of our visiting conductors. The high
quality of artwork on display and the incredible musical talents of the IASAS participants will make for a great
evening of arts and music at this year’s ISM Art & Music Cultural Convention. Tickets for this art
exhibition/concert will go fast and will be available soon. More details to come in upcoming bulletins.
I look forward to your support to make this a great ISM community event.

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International School Manila
Athletics and Activities Office
All Girls May Basketball Camp
The Alex Cabagnot Fundamentals Camp is made specific for GIRLS only. The camp will start on May 6, 13, 20 and 27,
2010 and is open to all Grade 8 to 11 GIRLS.
Welcome to Alex Cabagnot Fundamentals Camp- Coach Alex Cabagnot has established and works hand in hand with the
Edge Basketball International Camp summer of 2008. The Edge Basketball International is in the United States located in
West Covina, California .

Coach Alex Cabagnot offers you his fully-integrated program and training principles for strength and speed. The
improvement of your athletic abilities will directly correlate to improved play on the basketball court. In order to
become the best basketball player or team that you can become, strength training - along with speed, quickness,
footwork, core training, and more - is a must

This camp is a unique program that will build and refine fundamentals in the various facets of the game of basketball.
Improve your offensive skills: shooting, guard play and post play. Perimeter and front court specifics, three-point and
medium range shooting techniques, playing without the ball, basic ball handling skills, creating your shot, scoring off the
dribble and passing transition skills, defence and team play will be emphasized. Players will compete against each other
based on age, skill, and size, and all will benefit from being trained by Coach Alex Cabagnot.

This camp will also teach players how to lead with intelligence, eliminate mistakes, develop positive habits of play, and
give their team the best chance to win.

If you are a dedicated athlete who spends time thinking about improving and getting to another level of performance,
chances are you'll love the camp.

Camp Details are as follows:


Date: May 6, 13, 20 and 27, 2010 (Thursdays)
Cost: 15 students and below ---- Php 8,000.00
16 to 30 students ---- Php 6,500.00
31 students or more ---- Php 5,500.00
Time: 3:00PM to 5:00PM
Venue: ISM Middle School Gym
If you are interested in joining the Girls Basketball Camp please fill up the form below and return to ATAC on or before April 20,
2009.

As soon as we have reached the minimum amount of participants to run the program, a formal permission slip will be sent to
you through your child with the specified cost.

This is of first come first serve basis.


Mark Pekin
Athletics and Activities Director

Reservation Slip
Date: __________________________
Please reserve a slot for my child for the May 2010 Girls Basketball Camp

Name of student Grade Parents Name and Signature

________________________ _______ _________________________

As soon as we have reached the minimum amount of participants to run the program, a formal permission slip will be sent to
you through your child.

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International School Manila
All Girls Alex Cabagnot Fundamentals Basketball Camp
May 6, 13, 20 and 27, 2010
www.edgebasketball.org

Coach Alex Cabagnot


Edge Basketball International Co‐Founder/ Director

• Coach Alex Cabagnot is a graduate of Eagle Rock High School in Los Angeles,
California MVP in his junior and senior year all city in his junior and senior year
• Letter four years of high school basketball under coach Ron Kato
• Los Angeles Valley College in Van Nuys, Calif. under coach Doug Michelson
• Cabagnot helped lead L.A. Valley to consecutive Western State Conference championships.
• University of Hawaii Hilo located on the BIG ISLAND of Hawaii under Coach Jeff Law.
Cabagnot helped University of Hawaii Hilo to win its first conference title
was selected first team all conference in 2005
• Drafted by Sta.Lucia in the 1st rd; 2nd pick of 2005 (PBA).
Led all rookies in points, assists , steals and assists to turnover ratio.
• Traded to Coca‐ Cola Tigers in 2007
Led the PBA in assists and steals per game in 2008‐2009 season, First time since 1992.
• Currently playing with the Burge King Whopper in his 6th season in the PBA.

For Seniors (Class 2010):

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CONGRATULATIONS!!!
College Acceptances for Class 2010 as of February 4, 2010
College/ University # Accepted
Asbury College 1
Ateneo de Manila University 5
Babson College 1
Barnard College 1
Boston College 1
Boston College (Carroll School of Management) 1
University of British Columbia 1
Brown University 1
California Lutheran University 1
California State University, Chico 1
California State University, San Marcos 1
Case Western Reserve University 1
Claremont McKenna College 1
Clark University 1
De La Salle University Manila 1
Enderun Colleges Inc. 1
Fordham University (Fordham College at Lincoln Center) 1
Georgetown University (Georgetown College) 1
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Fine & Applied Arts) 1
Indiana University at Bloomington (Kelley School of Business) 1
University of Maryland, College Park 1
University of Maryland, College Park (School of Business) 1
Marymount Manhattan College 1
McGill University 2
Michigan State University 1
University of Michigan 1
University of Michigan (Art & Design) 1
University of Michigan (Literature, Science, & the Art) 1
Northeastern University 1
Northeastern University (College of Business Administration) 1
Old Dominion University 1
Pace University, New York City 1
Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg 1
Pennsylvania State University, University Park 2
Pennsylvania State University, University Park (College of the Liberal Arts) 1
University of Pennsylvania (College of Arts & Sciences) 1
University of the Philippines 1
Purdue University 1
Rochester Institute of Technology 1
Southern Methodist University (School of Business) 1
St. John's University - Queens Campus 1
Stanford University 1
Syracuse University 1
University at Buffalo The State University of New York 1
Washington State University 1
University of Washington 1
Total # of Accepted Students 52
# of Colleges with Acceptances 46

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