Networking at ISTPin May Land You Your Next Job

ISTPin Networking Event, January 2018

Several years ago, Director of Advancement Patricia Colin met with a group of alumni to ask them an important question: What can we do for you?

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Ideas for a Preschooler-Approved, Healthy & Fun Snack Time

 

At ISTP's Early Year's Center, we have quite a lot of experience with snack time. Healthy snacks are essential for fueling developing young minds as they learn and grow throughout the school day. Offering a variety of snacks is important for...

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Why Play is Your Preschooler's Most Important Job

Play is essential for young children’s cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development; exploration and discovery in play develops the ability to take healthy risks, build and test theories, and construct meaning. Physical play develops...

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How to Help Your Preschool-Aged Child Manage Their Emotions

In the Early Years, children develop crucial social-emotional skills. By learning to handle themselves independently, respond to their feelings appropriately, and interact positively with others, students prepare themselves for the challenges of ...

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Guest Blogger Cindy Chiang: Chinese Immersion Collaboration and Leadership

Collaboration is vital to creating a vibrant academic program and educational community. This year we worked hard to increase our participation in the international and local Chinese immersion education communities, and took on new leadership...

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Courage in the Spotlight – 5 Ways Your Child Can Benefit from the Performing Arts

The end of the school year is often packed with student performances. Plays and musical performances are a great way to conclude the year, giving parents the chance to see their kids’ hard work in action. However, the performing arts are so much...

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