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It is an exciting time of the year where our seniors are busy making their final decision about where they will attend university in the fall. Our seniors have received acceptances to the following universities (bold indicates that a student has made a decision to 
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Last weekend I had the pleasure of attending the EARCOS Head’s of School Retreat in Yangon, Myanmar. 37 Heads of School from schools across the region met with Dr. Rob Evans to discuss challenges facing Heads of School in our region and across the world. It 
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Computer science education means far more than learning how to use a computer, building a spreadsheet or even creating a webpage. It’s about problem solving, computational thinking and abstract reasoning across a broad range of subjects. A fundamental understanding of computer science enables students to 
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Our first grade Unit of Inquiry is How the World Works.  The central idea of our unit is, “People have created and invented using their understanding of forces to make life easier.” We are exploring the two forces of all motion, and the simple machines 
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Dear Parents, On Wednesday, 11 April from 3:15 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. and Thursday, 12 April from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., students will be holding Student-Led Conferences. These conferences will provide an opportunity for your child to reflect upon their successes during the year 
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This is a busy time in elementary music classes. Students are busy preparing for their music concert next month.  Grade five students are busy preparing for the exhibition and other classes are working on a music stand-alone units or pyp integrated units.  Our elementary students 
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Our secondary classes are preparing for their annual Week Without Walls.  An important part of this learning experience is service.  Please read on to see how you can support our eighth grade class as they prepare for their service project in Sulawesi. Dear SIS Community 
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EC 3 For the past two and a half months, our EC 3 students have been inquiring into ‘How The World Works’.  Throughout this inquiry, the children have explored, discovered, and investigated simple science activities which we have prepared on our invitation tables.  To tune-in 
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Anyone could decide to open a school tomorrow. All you need is a building, a curriculum, staff, learning materials, and students, right? For many schools the answer is yes. For others looking for a higher standard, accreditation is a necessary final requirement. Accreditation is a 
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