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Alumnus of the Month: Rémy Pieron

“So many memories to choose from during my 10 years there. It may seem odd coming from someone that ended up being an engineer, but I remember Chantal's art classes, especially in middle school when we started making bigger pieces that involved...

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Making Student Wellness a Priority

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What is Cultural Fluency and Why is it Important for My Child?

ISTP's rigorous bilingual education means that each student graduates fully fluent in two languages and proficient in a third.

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Silicon Valley’s Premier Wine Auction Supports Napa Fire Relief

On Sunday, September 30, 2018, over 150 Silicon Valley high-level professionals and seven California winemakers will attend the 13th Annual Soirée du Vin Wine Auction held at the Fremont Hills Country Club in Los Altos Hills. Hosted by the ...

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Alumna of the Month: Geneviève Gish Allouche

“In the sixth grade, we had a technology class devoted to creating a foam car with blinking lights. I recall drawing the schematics, cutting out the shapes, and soldering the components on the circuit board. As a result of this class, alongside...

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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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