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From the HS Mathematics Department Business Mathematics – Grade 12 Students explored more problem based learning projects on vehicle transportation and housing costs. Students were given situations whether it is more cost efficient to buy a brand new vehicle, rent or lease a vehicle, and 
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In our current unit of inquiry, students in EC 1 and EC 2 are learning about how as they grow and change, they discover new things about who they are and what they can do. The toddler stage of developmental is one of great learning.  
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Author – Illustrator Visit 2019 Many people believe that picture books are only for children or babies. More and more parents encourage their children to read books without pictures at an earlier stage. What we oftentimes fail to see is that picture books can be 
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SIGN UP STARTS ON MARCH 14, 2019 at 6:00 PM >>>>>SIGN UP LINK<<<<< MONDAY Name of ASA Teacher Grade Level Associated Cost Day/s and Time Number of participants Location Beginner and Intermediate Strings NOTE: THIS IS AN ON-GOING ASA. THERE IS NO SIGN UP FOR 
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HS Art The SIS High School Art students have continued creating fabulous work to start off our second semester.  Their work will be displayed for all to enjoy on April 15th and 16th during our student led conferences. Here’s a sneak peak of some of 
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Highlights from MS IT Robotics is an exciting subject that combines science, technology, engineering, and math. The students at SIS have a chance to learn and build their skills and knowledge about robotics. They build and program the robot to do specific tasks, such as 
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March 2019 Activities Program Chatterbox Article IISSAC Basketball 2019 Congratulations to our Boys and Girls basketball teams! It was a successful season for the Cobras. Both teams played well during the PASS Tournament with the boys’ team bagging 2nd place while the girls’ team landed 
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Our Early Childhood Three children had an amazing experience during the FON EXPO and Gala preparations. India was the country we chose and we also connected it with our “How The World Works” unit, in which the children explored different kinds of materials. The children 
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Is there a better way to wrap up a month than with a visiting author/illustrator?  On February 28, the SIS community welcomed author/illustrator Mrs. Frane Lessac to our school.  In the days leading up to the author visit, the children were abuzz with excitement.  As 
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HS Social Studies The high school social studies classes have been hard at work. The economics class has finished learning about the four different market structures. They celebrated with a graph-drawing party. The students are working hard to be ready for the AP test in 
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