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Japan Beyond Basics | SY 2009-10

Arnn Elementary School

Delectable aromas fill the hallways every Monday afternoon as members of the Cooking Club hone their culinary skills. Every student actively contributes by reading recipes, preparing foods, measuring ingredients, cooking, washing dishes, setting the table

Arnn Elementary School

There's nothing better than playing in a real performing band. The Arnn ES Band is a fine collection of 4th, 5th and 6th graders who have the desire to learn a musical instrument. They have what it takes to master their instruments and work as a team to p

Arnn Elementary School

After the New Year, the Homework Club received a belated Christmas gift in the form of volunteers. The volunteers, soldiers from the 78th Signal Battalion, 287th Signal Company, have become a welcome sight every Monday and Thursday as they sit side by sid

Arnn Elementary School

Second graders rang in the holiday season with an original play written by Corey Algood. The play entitled "Go to Sleep, Billy" was performed by all three second grade classes. Each class designed and created their own costumes and were diligent about mem

Cummings Elementary School

How to make a snowman...with the first big snow on January 13th, kindergarten students were very excited. In snow over a foot deep, they kneeled to carefully roll snowballs for snowman. Living in snowy Misawa, there will be many opportunities to make snow

Darby Elementary School

On November 24, 2009, firefighters from the award winning fire department gave students a demonstration of their emergency response procedures. Students were then given the opportunity to interact with the firemen and ask questions about their equipment a

Darby Elementary School

Students along with the support of Darby Community participated in Red Ribbon week events. The week culminated with the Darby students meeting on the community field and forming a capital D.

Edgren High School

Three members of Edgren's Far East Drama Team

Edgren High School

Student holds up a cake for auction at the Winter Music concert

E.J. King High School

7th graders participate in the rope course portion of Get Real-an annual event that addresses topics such as peer pressure, stereotypes and self esteem.

E.J. King High School

National Junior Honor Society provides free babysitting services to parents who attended the Love and Logic parenting workshop at Sasebo Elementary school.

E.J. King High School

S2S, Student 2 Student, held a Rock Band Tournament on November 12th to welcome new students and as a goodbye to those PCSing in December.

Ikego Elementary School

A student helps a fire fighter with the hose during Fire Safety Week.

Ikego Elementary School

Students pet guinea pigs during a study trip to Children's World in Yokohama, Japan

Ikego Elementary School

Students enjoy sliding down a concrete slide at Children's World during a study trip.

Yokosuka Middle School

A 6th grade AVID student wraps a Christmas gift for a local orphanage.

Yokosuka Middle School

The Art Club students apply artistic skills to paint a large wall mural. The roman style mural replicates one in the U.S. Over the past few years the club has done several projects to beautify the school.

Yokota High School

JROTC cadets practice shooting in the rifle range in Sept 09.

Yokota High School

JROTC cadets practice compass reading before Fuji land navigation in Oct 09.

Yokota High School

JROTC color guard stands before a football game in Sept 09.

Yokota High School

JROTC at Fuji Land Navigation in Oct 09.

Zama American Middle School

The Samurai Drama Club participated with students and drama coaches from international schools in the first KPAMSP Middle School Theatre Workshop at the International School of the Sacred Heart in Tokyo. Students read, scripted and performed versions of f

Sollars Elementary School

Students dance to the music of Tama Charles Jazz Band. Attending a band performance by a Japanese jazz band was a rare opportunity.

Sollars Elementary School

Fourth graders pull with all their might in the Tug o' War during the annual Field Day.

Sollars Elementary School

Neither rain nor sleet nor snow can keep the Safety Patrol from doing their job each morning and afternoon as the students come and go to school.

Sollars Elementary School

A first grader listens for the voice of a friend on the new playground.

Sollars Elementary School

Students enjoy a snowy recess in Misawa, Japan.

Sollars Elementary School

The Sollars Players performed a musical rendition of Pied Piper by James Leisy & Joyce Merman.

Sollars Elementary School

The Sollars Elementary School Choir performs holiday music for students and parents.

Sollars Elementary School

Students give a "thumbs up" for all the reasons to save money. Sammy the Rabbit, an AAFES sponsored program, came to educate about smart money saving habits.

Sollars Elementary School

The Safety Patrol is made up of responsible fourth, fifth and sixth graders. They work every morning and afternoon to keep students safe in snowy Misawa.

Sollars Elementary School

This third grader is using his soroban to solve complicated math problems in the soroban contest held every spring in Misawa, Japan.