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    Hiroomote Elementary School 秋田市立広面小学校 (Akitashi Public Elementary School Akitashiritsu Hiroomote shōgakkō?) is a coeducational primary school located in Hiroomote, Akita City in Akita Prefecture, Japan, teaching children of aged 6 to 12 years. The school starts in April and ends in March,[1]and the nickname is Hirosho. It was founded in 1874, and the school had its 140th anniversary clebration in 2015. [2][3][4][5][6][7]The neighbouring places include an area of native forest named "Woods of Green Boy" as a part of Tegatayama.[8] It is governed by the City of Akita Board of Education, and the staff is composed of a principal, an associate principal, classroom teachers and an administration team of staff, totally 42 persons. [4] The principal from 2018 to 2020 was Kazuki Hoshino.[9] The current principal is Tomoko Owada. [10]

    History[usba ang wikitext]

    The school was formed in a private house of Yanaisado, Hiroomote Village, Minamiakita District, Akita, on 3 November, 1874.[4] The former school building was located in Tsurubemachi, a current E-pal site.[4] The school moved to its current location in 1977 and a new swimming pool was opened in 1980.[4]The Hiroomote baseball club won prefectural titles several times under the reign of manager Tatsuro Tsuruta(鶴田達郎) in late 70's and 80's.[11]The team was also coached by former Nipponham Fighters pitcher, Mikio Kudo. [12]They have got 2-time prefectural gold medal at NHK School Choir Competition in 2007 and 2011,[4] and 2-time prefectural champion of "30 persons 31 legs" race in 2000 and 2001.[9] They also have in-hospital classrooms called “Himawari class (elementary school students)” at Akita University Hospital.[13][14] Hiroomote Jidokan (広面児童館, children's center) is attached and it occasionally turned out to be a polling station placing ballot boxes.[15][16]

    Students, logo, uniform and school lunches[usba ang wikitext]

    As of 2019, the school has a roll of 550 students. [4] The Hiroomote ES logo consists of "hiro" letter in kanji and three unhulled rice, which represents Virtue, Wisdom and Body.[17]It does not have a compulsory uniform that must be worn daily except for gym clothes. Kyushoku (School meals) are prepared in the school kitchen, and provided in Hiroomote ES.[18]

    Curriculum[usba ang wikitext]

    Core subjects include[usba ang wikitext]

    Source:[20]

    Sports day[usba ang wikitext]

    They have a "Hirosho Dai Undokai", Sports Day event in May, and the school is divided into red, white and blue teams, which compete in footraces, obstacle races, tamaire (a kind of baskeball), and relay races. All grades participate in the half-day festivities, families join in to watch, to set up the tents, to cheer their children.[21][22][23]

    School shows and productions[usba ang wikitext]

    Hiroomote ES host a school play entitled "Gakushu Happyokai" every year at Hirosho Arena.[24] This performing arts show had been called "Gakugeikai".[25]

    School trips and camps[usba ang wikitext]

    11-year-old students usually have a stay & camp at Mantarame(39°47′54.4″N 140°13′31.1″Ö / 39.798444°N 140.225306°Ö / 39.798444; 140.225306) of Taiheizan Resort Park located in the skirt of Mt. Taihei.[26]This lodging training had been done at Omoriyama Boys' House(39°40′15.7″N 140°04′21.3″Ö / 39.671028°N 140.072583°Ö / 39.671028; 140.072583) until 2002.[27] 12-year-old pupils have their largest school trip to Sendai area. [28]

    Mantarame

    No janitors[usba ang wikitext]

    Japanese primary schools do not employ janitors, and student have to clean it up themselves.[29][30]


    Satellite view on May 5, 2019

    Gallery[usba ang wikitext]

    Notable alumni[usba ang wikitext]

    Yukio Endo in 1964

    Principals[usba ang wikitext]

    Years Principal
    1874-1886 seven Shuza
    1886-1887 Keikichi Konuki
    1887-1890 Heikichi Sakamoto
    1890-1891 Tadataka Kinouchi
    1891-1893 Naoji Shimoda
    1894-1897 Kosuke Aoki
    1898-1909 Yunosuke Matsuyama
    1910-1911 Chozo Hirasawa
    1912-1913 Masashi Sato
    1914-1916 Kyukichi Goto
    1917-1918 Yasushi Ono
    1919-1920 Masashi Sato
    1921 Toshio Ito
    1922-1924 Uira Sato
    1925-1927 Kikuji Sato
    1928-1929 Isamu Negishi
    1930-1931 Kikuji Sato
    1932 Etsujiro Matsuhashi
    1933-1939 Tokunosuke Sugai
    1940 Koji Masgi
    1941-1943 Kuemon Sekine
    1944-1945 Kinikazu Kondo
    1946-1948 Saburo Kato
    1949-1953 Yasuo Tan
    1954 Masanao Miura
    1955-1956 Kenji Takai
    1957-1958 Masutaro Kagaya
    1959-1960 Koichi Takahashi
    1961-1962 Keijiro Shindo
    1963-1965 Seike Nakayama
    1966-1967 Yoshio Hiratsuka
    1968-1969 Shigekichi Toyoshima
    1970-1971 Takao Omori
    1972-1974 Kinzaburo Tsuruya
    1975-1978 Io Kikuchi
    1979-1980 Hiroshi Konno
    1981-1983 Nao Honda
    1984-1987 Ryusuke Sasaki
    1988-1989 Kiyoshi Horii
    1990-1994 Yuichi Sakurada
    1995-1996 Magoichi Sawaguchi
    1997-1998 Katsumi Oishi
    1999-2001 Masatoshi Saga
    2002-2004 Makoto Hagawa
    2005-2006 Yasuji Sasaki
    2007-2010 Mari Sagawa
    2011-2013 Shumi Saito
    2014-2015 Yuriko Takahashi
    2016-2017 Manabu Chiba
    2018-2019 Kazuki Hoshino
    2020-present Tomoko Owada

    source:[9][41]

    Surroundings[usba ang wikitext]

    Hiroomote Post Office

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