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  1. Need to sort through these and pick the best one later~
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  2. Kokoro Academy - Student Council Activities Help captain run Kokoro! We'll be doing lots of things, and there will be lots duties to fulfill and ways to be involved. Gauge the state of Kokoro and provide feedback Help plan events Helping orient students Frequency We would have a meeting once every two weeks Organiser's General Availability Monday to Friday 11am SLT to 5pm SLT Weekends 1am SLT to 5pm SLT
    2 points
  3. Club name Kokoro Photography Group Activities Photography and element study Frequency Meetings once a week Practical study 2 times a week Organizer's General Availability Varies by work schedule but at least 5 hours a day. Recruitment Perks: Biscuits and Orange Juice personally delivered by the School Captain herself. Daily.
    2 points
  4. I would like to help! Normally on during the week! (EST)
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  5. Nezu reporting for duty! I'm generally available noon to 8 pm SLT every single day, for now at least! Just need to factor in that I'm at dance club on Saturdays 6~7 pm SLT as well as Photography club which I will get back to you on the times asap!
    2 points
  6. More stuff to sort throughhh 6bcff99bf024248eaf6af76c6905be6e.mp4 a36ced4aa359745b2d4210e622077677.mp4
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  7. foxy is intuitive for the state of things, and how people are feeling~ can support and give feedback for this! mostly here 1PM - 11PM SLT 🦊🦊🦊
    1 point
  8. Hello! Hello! it is me, Fritter. Look forward to meeting people and hanging out.
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  9. nise would like to be part of this club 😮 nise is in NZT soon to be NZDT as of the 26th, am free most of the time except usually between 3 pm - 5 pm on teusday thrusday and friday (NZT) soon to change think laylight savings starting in the southern hemisphere brings nise like 2 hours closer to everyone in the northern hemisphere, nise is not part of any other clubs yet and only works 16 hours or so a week on weekends, saturday is probably a bad day for nise to do anything, because its sunday in (nzt) and she works 8 hours that day
    1 point
  10. I decided to implement a deadline for recruitment for numerous reasons:- They create urgency. With a set time limit, you can't continuously put off getting your club members. Demonstration of leadership. It demonstrates to me whether or not the club organiser will indeed be capable of recruiting and managing members in their club, getting them to do what they need to do and be able to carry out tasks in a reasonable time frame. Maintenance of standards. A student should expect to find that any official club at Kokoro has a reasonable level of activity and an organiser who is actively involved in organising their club. It also ensures that all members of the club are registered and able to be reached through the school's forum system. As the sim being students only does not affect students access to Kokoro, I do not feel this is the case. I feel two weeks is a reasonable amount of time for the organiser to ask around and get people to sign up to their club. If an organiser really could not find four other people among the 40 other active students after reaching out to them all I have to ask myself if there was really an interest in the club to begin with too. I am aware that Nise intends to sign up but has had technical difficulties, I will grant 3 days for her only whilst this is sorted out, but the club still needs to find one more member today. I'm not going to grant further extension than this, as Maki was well informed of the requirements both from the thread she got her application from and me after she proposed her club. We do not currently have a student council, we did consider something like this in the past but that is a topic for another thread. The thread that Maki took her application form from states the time limit and the minimum number of members. I also reminded her immediately after I approved the club of what she had to do next, and how long she had to do it, to which whilst she disagreed with, she had most definitely read. I reminded Maki again after a week had passed. I feel that Maki was adequately informed in this case. Fair question. I think 30 days after a rejection is a reasonable amount of time before allowing another proposal from the same student. I want to make sure that when club applications are submitted the organiser is not just trying over and over again but submitting because they intend to succeed. --- Of course, there is nothing to stop Maki doing Photography with you and Nezu in the mean time or finding other people who like photography too. I just want to make sure that any student club acting in an official capacity at Kokoro maintains a reasonable level of standards and activity.
    1 point
  11. This club has been approved, and is now recruiting members. If you would like to sign up, please register your interest below and provide your general availability in SLT.
    1 point
  12. I have spoke with Maki and it will be difficult for her to have a set time and day when meetings would be held as her schedule changes week by week. Therefor the time and day of club meetings will need to be organized on a weekly basis. Prospective club members will need to check club announcements to see when the meeting will be on a given week. Maki will make an effort to hold her meeting at a time when you have stated you are available. Please state your timezone and general availability below when signing up to this club. TLDR - New Members Read the Bold Bits!
    1 point
  13. Doin station stuff Thinking shift the entrance up to where the town buildings are right in the middle so people find it easier... Maybe with an entrance kinda like
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