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When new parents tour the school, I frequently get asked the question “Who owns the school?” The short answer to that question is that all parents own the school. All of our current board members are parents of students enrolled in the school. Any profits 
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What should students know and be able to do in art? We encourage students to try to demonstrate creativity throughout the entire process of developing a piece of art.  Our littlest learners through Grade 5 tap into their creativity as they learn and explore the 
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SIS recently celebrated the Festival of Nations with the theme of “Unity in Diversity”.   The Foreign Language department prepared a performance for all students in the secondary school.  Together, students sang a song in four different languages. They learned and better understood the value of 
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On Monday, 12 February, SIS students from Early Childhood through Secondary School took time to participate in Global School Play Day!  Students were invited to bring in toys from home.  The only restriction was that they were not allowed to bring in toys requiring batteries 
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This year’s Festival of Nations provided a wonderful opportunity for our entire community to come together and celebrate our school’s diversity.  Elementary classrooms showcased what they had been learning in their units of inquiry during the Elementary Learning Expo on Thursday, February 8.  Students made 
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Before the winter break, the fifth graders were learning about leaders of change from around the world throughout history.  After researching many different people, students chose one person to focus on and learn more about.  Students learned about the lives, childhoods, and challenges of their 
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  “Diplomacy is not a spectator sport.” That was the theme of the Vancouver Model United Nations Conference for 2018. Surabaya Intercultural School sent 15 students and three teachers to Vancouver to participate in North America’s largest Model United Nations Conference. The adventure began way 
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PYP  in Action During their How We Organize Ourselves unit, the grade 1 students learned about signs and symbols.  In the classroom, students learned about signs and symbols they see every day and what they meant. During PE class, students reflected upon different signals that 
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A couple education fairs will be held in Surabaya this month.  The EduCanada Fair will be held at the Sheraton Hotel from 1-6 PM on February 10.  Six of the schools will visit SIS on February 9 from 9-12 in conjunction with our Festival of 
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Products are all around us! Where do they come from? How are they made? Second Grade’s new unit this month has been based on the theme of “How We Organize Ourselves.” Our central idea is: Many products go through a process of change before they are 
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