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Author Archives: Jovi Craig

Top 5 Reasons to Join ISTP's Girls on the Run Team

This is the time of year when parents for 3rd-5th grade girls decide whether they want to sign their daughters up for Girls on the Run (GOTR). GOTR is a great program that gets girls running while having fun and learning important life lessons....

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Guest Blogger: Alyssa H.: Making Connections Through Exchange

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An Eye on the Future: Board of Trustees and Strategic Planning

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Intentional Project and Theme Based Curriculum in Early Years Program

Guest bloggers and Early Years Program (EYP) Coordinators David Huang (Chinese), Cécile Roques (French), and Giselle Vallejos (English) share and provide examples of the intentional design and execution of collaborative projects and activities....

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The Power of Play

At ISTP, we continuously train our recess and extended care staff to ameliorate the quality of our students’ lives outside of classrooms, and giving them the opportunity to play and have fun in a safe and positive playground.

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Experiential Learning in Blérancourt, France

Each year, ISTP's 5th grade French students have the opportunity to travel to Blérancourt, France on an immersion exchange trip. This incredible opportunity not only helps students to solidify their language skills, but also expands their...

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Guest Blogger: Olivier Monteil: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Dictée

ISTP students compete in the annual Dictée de la Baie.
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ISTP Celebrates Le Petit Prince's 70th Anniversary

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ISTP Stands Against Bullying!

The International School of the Peninsula proudly participates in the annual International Stand Up to Bullying Day, a global movement designed to draw attention to the effects of and to teach non-confrontational ways to deal with bullying....

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Arts Night 2013: An Extraordinary Evening!

The weeks leading up to Arts Night go by in a hectic blur for everyone involved in pulling off this school-wide event. Transforming Cohn Campus into an art gallery, preparing and serving food for 800 people, and making sure the night runs...

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