Please join us for the final MS Principal Coffee of the 2015-2016 school year. We have invited grade 5 parents to join current middle school parents for a conversation about transitions. On Thursday, May 5 from 8:15-9:15 in the MS Library, we will be talking about the important transitions coming in our students’ lives. This includes the transition from elementary school to middle school, within grades at middle school, middle school to high school, and even the transition to a new school or country. As a part of this transition conversation, we will highlight the academic, social, and emotional changes that middle school students will experience. We hope that you will join us for this important conversation.
🎨 🎭 🎶 🕺Four teachers and 22 Middle and High School students left this morning for the MRISA Art Exchange (AX). This is an annual event where members school host it on a rotational basis. Students in four art disciplines—dance, drama, visual arts and music—are expected to explore this year’s theme, “EMERGENT”. 🎨 🎭 🎶 🕺
The event will start today (Thursday, March 22nd) and will culminate with the display of artwork and performances on the night of Saturday (March 24th) from 6-8pm at ISHCMC secondary campus.
Learn more about SSIS' vibrant Visual and Performing Arts program here:
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Grade 4 “Viable Vietnam” documentary film festival! #ssis_rocks #grade4 #elementary #filmmaker #director #documentary #filmfestival ... See MoreSee Less
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Tomorrow (March 23rd), while Elementary students have Learning Journeys, High School teachers will be meeting with parents, and Middle Schoolers will be guiding their parents through Student Led Conferences. From Principal Burger:
"Student Led Conferences are an alternative to traditional parent teacher conferences that enable the student to take the stage, front and center, in the discussion about his/her progress and achievement. Student Led Conferences provide an opportunity for students to reflect on their work; talk about strengths and areas of challenge; and led a conversation with their parents about next steps. This type of conference puts the focus on the student by having the student talk about how he or she has grown and changed over the year; identify accomplishments and struggles; reflect on who he or she is as a learner. The conversation at the conference is between the student and the parent, not just the parent and the teacher." ... See MoreSee Less
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