ISL's Learning to Look artist this month is Diane Jodes. Diane's primary medium is exploring the printmaking techniques of etching. Two of her works are on display here at school and we look forward to having Diane come into school to discuss her art making process with a group of students.
The High School paused this afternoon (December 5, 2013) to raise awareness of global issues in our annual Global Issues Afternoon. The afternoon began with a Solidarity Luncheon served in the Upper School cafeteria.
Both the new Lower School auditorium and the newly refitted Upper School auditorium were filled with applause this week as some of our very youngest students as well as many of our oldest students took to the stage.
ISL was honored to host Ishmael Beah for a UNICEF Keynote Address on Friday, November 15. His visit to Luxembourg was in support of UNICEF's Kannerliicht campaign, which sets a goal this year to raise awareness and funds to free child soldiers across the world. Ishmael was one of the fortunate to be saved by UNICEF after being forced into a world of war at an early age. He tells his miraculous story in the New York Times best seller, "A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier."