How did Pepe's actions in the World Cup become a powerful illustration for inspiring Respect, Responsibility, and Resilience in students? This article we submitted to Delano is inspired by ISL's Parenting Seminar Series and tries to explain...
The Lower School atrium was filled to capacity on Friday afternoon, June 20, as approximately 600 students, faculty, staff, parents, Board members, media, and many involved in the construction of the new Lower school building assembled for the long awaited sealing of the 14-year time capsule.
G1 students, their parents and faculty gathered together in the Grade 1 wing of the Lower School to celebrate their final unit of learning on Animals. Dozens of parents took precious time to visit their children's classrooms, learn about animals, and enjoy the decorations that truly transformed the area into an imaginary zoo.
There is no better way to learn, than to experience. That's exactly what our Grade 7 Social Studies students did on Monday, June 16 as they staged a massive "Living Museum" at ISL throughout the basement level of the school.
The Middle School Walkathon took place last week on Friday June 20. The Walkathon is a fund raising event for our ISL Common Charity Fund. The event took place on the athletic track next to the campus pool, and many students chose to run their pledged laps rather than walk. Although the final tally is not yet in, we wanted to show some pictures of our Middle School Students in action.