I am posting all the information on Canvas, but this is the video that explains what we have been doing on the Sports Festival. This year we are having 8 schools total. American Fork High, American Fork Junior, Lone Peak, Pleasant Grove, Skyridge, Payson, Spanish Fork and Salem Hills.
This fun event will be on October 4th at Skyridge from 9:30 am to 1pm. If any of your parents could come to help, I would really appreciate it! We need help in the events, food booth and to keep the scores on the board. If your parents cannot help, but could donate snacks for us to sell in the booths that would be great as well. Snacks from Costco such as small chips, small juice boxes or Pocky (japanese snacks) would be great appreciated it.
Please pay $5 at the financial office or online by Sep 20th. Permission slips will be distributed next week.
I have noticed that many students are using more and more Canvas to submit and do assignments online. Instead of updating what we do daily here, I will be updating everything on Canvas, so please check Canvas and let me know if you have any questions. https://alpineschools.org/canvas/
Speaking practice about the weekend Japanese 1 Kanji karuta game Worked on Japanese 1 Kanji flashcards writing the Hiragana and English on the back Homework: Bring flashcards received today (yellow) with Hiragana and English on the back (no need to cut). Please don't bring flashcards from last year, use the ones you got from Weseman sensei
Welcome to Bellini sensei's blog!!! ベリーニ先生のブログへようこそ！
This is a blog created to help students and parents to know what has been covered in class and the assignments. Please feel free to leave any comments or suggestions here or by email. firstname.lastname@example.org
I was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, but when I was 14 my parents decided to immigrate to Japan due to Brazil's economy downturn. Since then I have a passion about Languages and I love everything about Japan.
I got married in 2001 with the best husband in the whole world. He is Brazilian, but served a LDS mission in Kobe, Japan. We have 2 kids, Kendi who is 8 and Kalena who is 4.
I finished my Masters degree at BYU in 2007 and I love to work teaching Japanese at American Fork High School. I've been teaching there since 2006.