Thank you for your interest in extracurricular activities at HIS! Here at HIS, we firmly believe in nurturing the whole child; thank you for your support as we expand our extracurricular offerings in order to better do so.
Each of the following extracurricular activities will be offered for 6 weeks (starting next week, and running up until the the beginning of Winter Holiday). All activities start at 3:45 PM and finish at 4:30 PM, and are held once a week. Please see activities descriptions below for information on the instructor and day of the week. Locations will be communicated to participants at a later date.
We hope you enjoy ES Extracurriculars in quarter 2. Go Huskies!
Joe TomasineCommunications CoordinatorHokkaido International School
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- PAPER AIRPLANES (open to Mile Post 1) - meets on Mondays with Mr. Tomasine
Come along and have fun with paper airplanes. From the basic designs to patent-pending prototypes, kids will get to fold a variety of different planes and practice different maneuvers! All materials will be provided. No pilot's license required.
- TABLE GAMES..and MORE (open to Mile Post 2 & 3) - meets on Tuesdays with Ms. Tull
Students are invited to join Mrs. Tull for fun and games. Board games, card games, math games...we will do it all!
*enrollment limited to 15 students
- PHOTOGRAPHY (open to Mile Post 3) - meets on Wednesdays with Ms. Dixit
Welcome to the world of photography! We will have a different theme each lesson, such as nature, people, close-ups, black & white /sepia, etc. I will print out each student's favorite photo from each lesson. We will also spend a few minutes each time learning about the history and technology of photography!
*Please a device with a camera. A digital camera will also work, if you are able to upload the data at home and email it to me.
- BOOK CLUB (open to Mile Posts 2 & 3) - meets on Thursdays with Ms. Riggins
The Book Club is a great place to foster the love of reading. We will read and explore many stories through drama, art, and conversation. Also we will look at the main elements of a story, such as character, setting, conflict resolution, and plot. I'm looking forward to sharing some excellent books with the students.