December and January newsletters

Oops. Forgot I had a blog there for a while. Anyway, here are the December and January editions of the English newsletter for my students. I’m planning on posting about my trip to Hong Kong soon December2013 January2014

November 2013 Newsletter

Don’t worry everyone! We distributed this to the students long ago, I just forgot to post it here. Enjoy November’s English newsletter! November2013

October 2013 Newsletter

Here’s our October newsletter for our students. We’ve been making our newsletter for one year now! Yay! So we decided to update the design to a much more sophisticated look for our sophomore year of publishing. October2013

September newsletter

Here is the September newsletter for my Japanese students. It even features a photo from a purikura session! September2013

July/August newsletter

The kids have August off, so we made a July/August version of the newsletter. JulyAugust2013chuo(1)

June newsletter–also, don’t worry I am still alive

I took a major hiatus from writing there! I don’t really know what happened, other than I was just didn’t feel like working on this blog. Anyway, I hope to get back into the spirit soon. Until then, here is June’s newsletter. June2013Chuo

May newsletter

Here is our May newsletter in all its glory! May2013Chuo

April newsletter

This month’s newsletter is a little late due to the fact that Raymond (the artist behind our masterpiece) had a REAL graphic design deadline this month. Sadly the newsletter is not his top priority in his art world. Boo hoo! (You might also notice that the topic of Easter is a little bit untimely since…

March newsletter

Originally we weren’t going to do a newsletter this month because it’s a bit crazy around here since the school year is ending this week. However, at the last minute we decided to do one. We ended up not doing a student letter this time BUT I promise there will be one in the next…

A request for my former students…please read!

I need some students to write the “Hello from the US” articles for my newsletter. I would prefer to get a nice back-stock of these articles, instead of having to worry about them from month-to-month. Also, the school year in Japan starts in April, which means their school will continue through what you US students…