This was always going to be a year like no other but no one could have predicted just how ‘like no other’ it was going to be.
It goes without saying that this has been a very challenging year. We did a lot of things right. We also discovered that we could do a lot of things differently.
This week, I thought that I would share with you a fun resource that some of our students are enjoying. It is called Freerice.
A New Zealand story about an 82 year old retiree earning his PhD 60 years after graduating with his first degree got me thinking last week.
Students need to know that comparing their lives to others will not bring as much happiness as contributing to the lives of others.
Even reputable and more traditional media outlets seem to focus more on the mistakes people make rather than what people achieve. Why?
This week we celebrated Ms. Delphine’s 40+ year connection with ISY. You will know Ms. Delphine from the Elementary School office where she has served our community for 26 years.
The final quarter of any school year is important. This is often the quarter that students make the deepest connections and most progress.
Further to Dr. Hedger’s Tuesday update on the majority of our faculty departing Yangon the weekend before Thingyan, we would like to update you on how you can expect school to operate after Thingyan.