Daily Archives: November 2, 2015

Global Climate March HK

Posted by Peter MUIR

On November 30th, world leaders meet in Paris to start negotiating the next global climate deal. The day before, people around the world will take to the streets and push leaders at every level of government to commit to 100% clean energy. The aim: push the world towards a climate deal that gets us off dirty energy and unleashes clean energy for all.  Get involved in HKs Global Climate March event. 



An opportunity for some fund raising

Posted by Peter MUIR

Coming up in November 12-14 DC will be hosting the ACAMIS U19 Volleyball tournament.

We will have a large number of student guests playing in the tournament (75 on Thursday and Friday and 120 on Saturday) and we would like to offer DC students the opportunity to sell goods to tournament participants with the purpose of raising funds for your chosen charity.  Sales could be during morning break, lunch time and after school on Thursday and Friday, and all day Saturday.  Sales could be food or drink items or other ideas such crafts or tournament memorabilia.

If you are interested please submit this proposal form.  The Community Engagement Captains will then decide who is given the opportunity to hold a stall.  Deadline is this Thursday November 5th.

UNICEF club Teacher Dress Up

Posted by Peter MUIR

UniceflogoDo you want to see your teachers dressed up in ridiculous costumes? From the 9th to the 13th, you will have the chance to vote for which teachers you want to see in hilarious costumes! Simply donate money towards whichever teacher you would like to vote for – and the 6 teachers who receives the most will wear a costume for one whole day the following week. Outfits include a school uniform, hula girl, a princess, a diver, a jester and even Dumbledore!!

All donations go to the UNICEF club, where proceeds will be forwarded to the Humanitarian Action for Children cause. Also great thanks from the UNICEF Club to the teachers who volunteered to dress up and support this cause!

Toothpaste Drive

Posted by Peter MUIR

Bring in some toothpaste to help oral hygiene in the less-privileged. Collection at the school entrance this week, Nov 2-5th

Toothpaste drive