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This year, our Early Childhood students celebrated Dr. Seuss’s Birthday. We use our imagination and experienced how Dr. Seuss books can make learning to read fun!  Using the home-based learning activities provided by the school,  student were able to complete themed activities both individually and 
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Hello SIS Families! Spring Break is next week and I hope that you and your family will be able to take some time to relax and recharge your batteries.  Taking that time will help your students have a strong finish to the school year.  I 
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Grade 2/3: How We Organize Ourselves Our grade has begun a new and exciting unit to study about the “Activities in a market place”, under the transdisciplinary theme “How we organize ourselves”. The purpose of the inquiry is to build an enduring understanding of the 
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We miss you and can’t wait to have you back! Please enjoy this video which includes an important update from Mr. Josh Bishop, who will be joining our leadership team in August, on our possible return date to campus. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TW_5EaP7RICIbjZG2r6bHWJ0ZKd9uCbS/view
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Middle School Math: Ms. Santiago and Ms. Mattos Grade 6: Ms. Santiago 6th Graders had fun learning fraction operations. Students are able to review concepts on the operations of fractions and their applications. Students used visual representations throughout the chapter to help them understand multiplication 
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Middle School Theatre Arts: Ms. Leadbetter Grade 7 Theatre ArtsThe Grade 7 class began their Theatre Arts studies at the commencement of the second semester. After introductory activities based on the Elements of Drama, students embarked on their next unit of study. The group has 
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Grade 4 Is A Big Fan of Renewable Energy  Inquiries into Energy While the above title statement sums up G4’s final opinion of renewable energy, we first need to go back to how they came to this conclusion. G4 started our fourth UOI unit, How 
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Middle School Music: Pak Priyadi Spring break is approaching and the end of the year comes quickly once we are back! The eighth graders are busy learning music online. They have to decide what instruments they will play online, follow the instructions from tutorial videos to 
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Chaos. Frustration. Annoyance. “This is too hard.” These were just some of the thoughts that went through my 5th Graders’ heads as they completed their mini-science fair experiments and Rube Goldberg Machines for our Unit of Inquiry on Forces. But when the students presented their 
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Experiments in ‘Class’ By Kim Ariail One of the most fantastic, gratifying parts of my job is the opportunity to go into different classes and coteach. This allows me to engage and observe the students in different subjects and classroom circumstances. It also allows me 
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