Athletics & Community Blog
Athletics Blog – August 26th
Lisa Isom, Athletics Director
Dear ISY Community,
Welcome to the first day of Session 1 ASAs! There are many activities on offer this session and teachers are ready to get started. Please check your child’s Power School account for a complete list of their activities. If there is a fee associated with your child’s ASA, please make sure to pay at the Business Office before Friday, September 6th.
High School and Middle School sports started last week. If you have questions about schedules or practice times, please check out the school website Athletics Page. Keep in mind that YAC schedules have changed a bit since the schedule was posted last week.
Swim Team tryouts took place last week with well over 80 athletes trying out for teams in grades 1-12. The pool will be very full for the next few weeks, so watch the schedule closely to see when lap swimming is available to the community. You can check out the entire aquatics schedule here.
I hope you have a great week!
Previous Elementary School Posts
Another busy week here in the Elementary School. Busy with professional development. with Linda Henke working with our early years teachers/teaching assistants on Reggio Emilia and coming up over the next few days we have Adaptive Schools training.
This coming week we have Linda Henke a Reggio Emilia Early Years expert in school all week working with our early years teams. We also have our school architect, Alan Higgs with us for three days.
This weeks news about the Literacy event, a Mangrove talk and prep for Halloween among some other great initiatives in the Elementary School.
Thank you to all the parents who helped some of our classes celebrate the Thadingyut Light Festival. This post has news of upcoming events after the holiday
Dear all, Another busy week here in the Elementary School. This week Grade 5 went on a field trip, we had a Math evening for parents and PreK parents organized a celebration for the upcoming special Thidingyut Celebration.
The teachers enjoyed the Compassion Conference on Friday. They were able to learn not only new ideas but be inspired by our keynote speaker, Wilma Derksen. I hope that many of you were also able to attend Wilma’s parent talk this week.
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