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Visit from Author Sara Pennypacker – A Celebration of Creative Writing!

This week, Cohn Campus was filled with a sense of excitement and anticipation as students prepared for author Sara Pennypacker’s visit on Thursday.

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Student Blogger Tai Noelle R. – 3rd Grade Poetry Slam

One morning, the whole of third grade went to the Bean-O'Sullivan Media-Hub and participated in a poetry slam. We had a poetry slam because we were learning about poetry in all three third grade classes. The poetry slam was truly amazing and...

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Guest Blogger Arnaud Cabanel: Conservation in our Own Backyard

ISTP 6th graders work on a conservation project at the Palo Alto Baylands, in 2009.
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5th Graders Take Virtual Tour of the Musée de la Grande Guerre in Meaux, France

Last week, ISTPs’ French Program 5th Graders took a tour of the Musée de la Grande Guerre (a museum of the First World War) in Meaux, France. A guide showed students around, and explained the various exhibits, which included WWI weaponry, items...

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Arts Night 2014: Every Student Has a Chance to Shine

As guests approached Cohn Campus on Saturday Night, they were greeted by a larger than life representation of this year’s “Many Cultures, One World” theme – a giant globe surrounded by world flags and twinkling lights.

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Guest Blogger Maryam Shabani: An Update on Playground Activities

This year, we’ve once again received very encouraging and positive feedback from students, parents and teachers regarding our playground activities. We continue to organize structured games and have moved forward with new activities on our...

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Creativity, Collaboration, and Design Thinking in 1st Grade Chinese

On Tuesday morning in Portia’s 1st grade Chinese classroom, students were buzzing with excitement. The class was gathered around a tableau they had created themselves, collectively writing their own story about the scene before them. The activity...

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Expansion for Innovation Summer 2014: Thoughtful Design with Learning in Mind

School has begun, and Cohn Campus is once again a whirlwind of activity. You have probably noticed that the campus has been refreshed for the new year, with renovations and updates inside and out, and a playground with more open space to run and...

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Guest Blogger Elisabeth Lepert: Middle Schoolers Engage with the Scientific Process

In my years as the French Middle School science teacher, I have seen that students learn best when they are given the freedom to find answers to complex problems on their own. It is also important for students to learn to present...

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Graduation 2014: Celebrating, Giving Thanks, Saying Goodbye

Everyone walking onto Cohn Campus this past Thursday night could sense the excitement in the air. This feeling only grew upon entering the Rothschild Multipurpose Room, which was lovingly decorated with streamers, stars, banners, and portraits of...

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