StuCo: Updates and year-end events
Aina Sekido

We have been planning the upcoming HS Seisen spirit week which will take place from May 30th to June 3rd.

Hello all! 

During the week of April 11-15, the HS KPSC brought out a short event called the FreeRice. This link/website gives out vocabulary questions to donate 10 grains per every correct answer. We were able to raise 613,770 grains of rice! Thank you for all of your donations! 

As we are nearly approaching the end of the year, we have planned to provide an opportunity for external communities, specifically new students, to get to know the school, the people, its campus, facilities, and activities offered here at Seisen, by producing a campus tour video and a day in a life video. The video will be uploaded on the Seisen Youtube channel!  

Additionally, we have been planning the upcoming HS Seisen spirit week which will take place from May 30th to June 3rd. All HS students will be given the opportunity to dress up according to specific themes! We will also prepare morning music according to the corresponding theme!


Please stay tuned on our Instagram @seisen_stuco for more information about spirit week and the upload date of the video! 

Thank you! 



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