Tuesday, 19 May 2009

The Butarque News 14.



Welcome to this week issue of our news program. Today, we will hear about the girls volleyball team in Butarque, the Red Cross an the theater play What women invent. But first,
Butarque volleyball team.
The girls volleyball team managede this year to move to fourth. The game was exciting because the school Antonio Gala was the same that disqualified us last year to move to semifinals. The match was closely contested, but unfortunately the girls lost 1-2 in our school, winning only in the first set. Just before finishing, Bea got injured with a sprained muscle but fortunately it was not very serious and we hope she'll recover soon. So we will have to wait until next year. (By Andrea Z.)

The Red Cross.
On Thursday May 14th, the organization Red Cross came to inform all students about volunteering, explaining what it entails to be a volunteer, the groups with whom you can collaborate, etc. To volunteer you need to be at least 16 years old, but if you're under that age, you can take part in workshops and different activities. In Leganés they are about environment and youth. (By Raquel C.)

What women invent.
The nineteenth of May the group 3ºB was invited by a mate of the class to watch a play, What women invent, played at Rigoberta Menchú Theater. The play is about an old lady who believes in ghosts and her niece. This niece, along with the maids of the house, makes the old woman believe she is dead. The play was very good. (By Iria C.)

Tuesday, 12 May 2009

The Butarque News 13.



Strike.

On May 12 there was a strike of Bachillerato supported by almost the whole school who didn't attend classes, they say that soon there will be a second strike (Óscar Moya).




Farewell to Quique.

The substitute teacher of gymnastics has gone away due to the return of Rocío.The pupils of 3ºB wrote to him a letter for him always to remember us. Quique was very grateful. He answered thanking us and giving us his msn address in case we have any doubt. (Carlos Romero)




Break Dance and funky.
In this third term there have been seven workshops. The pupils chose two of then. They have been break dance and funky. In the break dance workshop there were twenty posts on offer and nineteen candidates, but the funky workshop had more candidates than places on offer, so a draw was celebrated. Classes will take place in the small pavillion, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from four 6to six in the aftrernoon. Come and have a look. (Raúl Molina).

Saturday, 2 May 2009

The Butarque News 12.



The Book's Day

During the days 23, 24, 27 and 28 of April the Book's Day was celebrated in our High School. On April 23, the participant winners of poetry and short story, during the break, we were handed our prizes. Then we leaft school and went to the church of El Salvador to read El Quijote.
During the breaks of 24, 27 and 28, of april, there was a book market organized by the department of Spanish. By David.

Saving Private Ryan.

In the IES Butarque the week of film was helc, during which students from third year were able to watch the film Saving Private Ryan. The movie lasted 170 minutes, a film directed by director Steven Spielberg. The film won five Oscars.
During the invasion of Normandy, in the middle of World War II, a group of American soldiers is assigned to a dangerous mission: to save one man. Patrol Captain John Miller must risk their lives to find and bring back home Soldier James Ryan, whose three brothers have died in the war. The last thing known about Ryan is that he was launched with his platoon of paratroopers behind enemy lines. By Roberto.

Break Dance and Funky

Approximately two weeks ago there were polls about the workshops. Among them the choice of the participants was: break dance, funky, graffiti classes among others. After the counting of votes the chosen ones werebrake dance and funky. On April 27 some helpers for coordinating the program passed around the classes of the institute to verify the participants in the two categories. On April 30 the names of those who were involved were published and finally the day May 5 dance classes began. By José Andrés.