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Keeping the Spirit of Confucius Alive at ISTP

First - happy Confucius Day to our teachers and thank you to our Cowper families for honoring our Early Years faculty with beautiful flowers. I cannot tell you how much your thoughtfulness is appreciated.

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Celebrating the International Day of Peace at ISTP

The International Day of Peace was established by the United Nations as a period of non-violence and “a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples.” This year, ISTP decided to celebrate the...

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5 Ways to Support Your Child's Bilingualism at Home

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What to Expect When Raising a Bilingual Child: The Early Years

As our world becomes more and more interconnected and globalized, many parents have come to recognize how important being bilingual or multilingual will be for their child’s future. As such, a bilingual education at ISTP is an incredible gift for...

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Wellness in Middle School

7:55 A.M – to walk through the hallways of ISTP at this time, on any morning of the work week, you will find yourself in a (mostly) quiet hallway in which a middle school teacher is leading their students in a ten minute wellness session. What is...

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Why Reading is the Best Homework – Building a Foundation of Literacy

I’m sure you’ve heard it over and over again, especially in the context of your child and homework…”Dedicate time each night for reading.”  Just why is it so important to make time to read each and every day, especially when your children (and...

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