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Re: Kabuki Street Community School

Post by PrlUnicorn » Thu Feb 20, 2020 6:54 pm

A delivery with several boxes was dropped off at the school office. Three contained two dozen copies each of the most recently published Atlas of Rhydin for geography studies. Other boxes contained school supplies including tablets with various types of educational software and literature installed. The invoice noted the purchase was a donation from the MacLeod Foundation.
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Re: Kabuki Street Community School

Post by Yuko Kubo » Tue Mar 10, 2020 7:58 am

Announcement of the Cherry Blossom Dance at KSCS

On Saturday, March 21 KSCS will host a Cherry Blossom festival at the school to celebrate the perpetually blooming cherry trees at Zama Shrine.

Starting at 6pm the outer courtyard and corridors will have games and activities, with decorations by the various after school clubs. Refreshments will be provided by the generous Party Planning Committee.

A dance for students high school year one and older will be starting at 8pm in the Chae Gymnasium. A band will provide live entertainment for the dance. The festival and dance are also open to neighborhood residents and their guests.
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Re: Kabuki Street Community School

Post by Yuina Hirano » Sun Mar 22, 2020 12:28 am

Yuina arrived from Seaside by 8pm for the Cherry Blossom Dance in the gym. She was accompanied by Haku Kubo and the two also arrived with their Hanami Harmony band mates Narumi Koyanagi and co-captain Sandra Park. Yuina enjoyed the dance and refreshments, and was delighted when Sa-chan was persuaded to go on stage with the band to sing a song. During that performance she made sure to have a slow dance with Haku. For the spring themed occasion Yuina wore a colorful new kimono.

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Re: Kabuki Street Community School

Post by Yuko Kubo » Sun Mar 22, 2020 1:23 am

Principal Kubo was at the school for most of Saturday, in place at the gym in time to chaperone the dance along with Roka. During the evening she got a number of phone calls about sporadic fighting at the Kabuki Street barricades and left the partying students in Roka's care to check the radio in the office. When she arrived there she spotted Asami Ito talking to a crying injured girl in the front office waiting room who had been injured on the trip to the neighborhood. Before Yuko could protest she saw the furious Asami rushing out of the school. While she seemed to want to chase and try to stop Asami, checking on the injured student and calling Kiyomi to come and provide treatment took first priority.
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Re: Kabuki Street Community School

Post by Haku Kubo » Sun Mar 22, 2020 9:17 pm



Haku's own choice of attire for the Cherry Blossom Dance.
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Re: Kabuki Street Community School

Post by Mallory » Sat Apr 04, 2020 10:22 am

The KSCS 2019-2020 school year is over!

Friday night there was a break-in at the school library by gargoyles and vampires to abduct Yuina Hirano and Taro Ouichi; the students were quickly recovered, and the library windows are currently undergoing repairs.

Following the death of Jeza Volokhov, Mallory Maeda finally accepted her donation from last summer and withdrew all the money (equivalent to $500,000) from the secure account, donating it to the school for a security system, with any remaining funds spent on other items or saved at the school’s discretion.

The security will be put into place over spring break, which ends when the new school year begins on April 13th. A full academic calendar will be released soon!
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