October 20 2016 Issue


Hoping you had a wonderful October Break.  

Here’s what you have to look forward to next week!

Upcoming Events

MON OCT 24

Jungle Run | 8.30am | Meet @ Freak Coffee

Meaningful Monday Mornings: Outside the Red Tent: Women’s Health | 9am | Upstairs

Meaningful Monday Afternoons: HALLOWEEN Storytime WIth Ibu Audrey | 3.15pm | Library

TUE OCT 25

NO BIO BUS TOUR THIS WEEK (see KKC walkabout)

Yoga: Intermediate Vinyasa with Pak Budi | 8.15 am | Yoga Studio

Kul Kul Connection Community Walkabout: Local Eco Kindergarden | 8.30am | Meet @ Freak Coffee

Teen Tech: Facebook Events and Canva | 3.30pm – 4pm | Upstairs Warung

Gamelan | 4pm | Music Room

WED OCT 26

Wild Fitness | 7:15 & 8.3am | Parking Lot Soccerfield

Parent Workshop: Bio Bus Team | 8.30am | Upstairs Warung

Kul Kul Connection Garden + Rice Planting Meeting | 3.30pm | Behind MEI

College Visit: Lincoln Scholars Program at Centre College | 1.15pm – 2.15pm | HOS Mandela

College Visit: Jacobs University, Germany | 2.15pm-3.15pm | HOS Mandela

Film Screening: A Fi$h Full of Dollars | 3.15pm – 5pm

THU OCT 27

Yoga: Beg/Int Hatha | 8.15am | Yoga Studio

FIRE DRILL | Entire Campus

FRI OCT 28

Wild Fitness | 7:15 & 8.30am | Parking Lot Soccerfield

Meditation | 8.15am | Yoga Bale

GSPA Monthly Meeting | 8.30am | Sangkep

Touch Footy on the Soccer Field | 8.30am

Farmers Market | 2pm

Early Assembly | 2.30pm | Sangkep

BAMBOOPALOOZA! | 3pm onwards

All upcoming events can also be viewed on:

Green School Website www.greenschool.org

  1. Go to Parents Page (Access code: AcademicYear2016_17)

  2. Click on GS Community Events Calendar

  3. GS Parents Association FB Group

BAMBOOPALOOZA

Are you ready for a day full of fun activities, music, contests, silly games, a little bit of spookiness?

BAMBOOPALOOZA IS AT THE DOOR.

IT IS GOING TO BE SUCH A GREAT DAY !!

Pencil in your calendar, here is the day’s schedule.

Don’t miss A FISH FULL OF DOLLARS ON OCTOBER 26th @ 3:30 in Sangkep  with the film’s Director and Producer.

A great documentary on the sad reality of sharks fishing in Indonesia.

Indonesia is the number one shark fishing nation in the world.  Sharks are a targeted species at the Tanjung Luar fish market in Lombok, where despite worldwide trends away from shark finning, the trade persists. How will the depletion of shark and manta species in the Lombok area affect tourism and the lives of local people, who have depended on the fruits of the seas for generations.  What will happen when this resource is exhausted completely?

Keep your ears and eyes peeled this week as we reveal the 3 winners of the parents, students and KKC students Green School Writing contest.

They will each be offered a 4 day pass at the Ubud Readers and Writers’ festival.

A big Thank you to Lee Ann Wilson McKee for organizing the contest for parents, Melinda for organizing the contest for students and Ibu Giyan for the one for KKC students.

Good luck to all the participants.

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