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Author Archives: Patricia Colin

5 Reasons to Give

As parents, you choose to give the incomparable gift of a bilingual immersion education. By choosing ISTP, you believe in the mission of our school and want the very best for your child. Along with this choice is the responsibility to support...

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Why is Arts Night a Success?

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Connecting with our Roots

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Expanding Minds, Expanding Palates!

In France, there is a cultural tradition where everyone, young and old, are encouraged to expand their palates, their sense of smell, and incorporate good eating habits. This "Taste Week", or la semaine du goût, was brought to the International...

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Why do alumni like to visit us?

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My Top 10 Kermesse Survival Tips for Parents

1.Get there early. Secure your spot and get ready for a great show! Don’t forget to charge your camera and bring it with you!

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Joyeux Anniversaire!

Today (May 5th), I turn twenty-nine (again!!), and I am looking forward to celebrating it over a lovely dinner with my husband.

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Is Print Dead?

By now, you should have received our bi-annual print publication, InsideISTP. Hopefully you’ve had a chance to read through the great articles and news stories. I must admit that one of my favorite pieces is the article on our alumni students,...

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To Zuca or Not to Zuca

I had the chance to travel back to France during Spring Break, for some much-needed down time. While lugging around my laptop, purse, and various travel items, I thought about the Zuca backpacks and how perfect they would be for travel....

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How Times Have Changed!

When I first started working at the Peninsula French American School, the very idea of development was not as well received as it is today. As a native French citizen, I balked at the idea that the school would actually ask me for a donation...

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