Theme Statement: Recognizing the opportunity to contribute to change in both our own, as well as the larger community around us, ISY strives to be a leader in Service Learning as a means to engage as global citizens .
- Develop a common definition and understanding of service learning in the ISY community.
- Build age appropriate service learning into ISY programs and curriculum throughout the school.
- Develop school wide, long term, mutually beneficial relationships with community partners.
- Create opportunities for reflection on service learning activities in order to increase student awareness, understanding and empathy.
- Create a progression of engagement, choice, and leadership.
- Create structures to foster engagement of the parent community.
- Within two years, all students will have the opportunity to engage in at least one service activity throughout the academic year.
- Within two years, two service projects exist that are school wide, long term, and mutually beneficial.
- Within four years, students increasingly cite service learning as an important part of their ISY experience and personal growth. (i.e. – exit interviews, college applications, personal statements, reflection writing, what is means to be an ISY alumni)
- Within two years, a parent survey indicates increased parent engagement and understanding of service learning objectives.
Service Learning Updates
The new year is always a good time for reflection on what we’ve been doing to make a positive difference in our own lives and in the lives of others. As well, it’s a good time to step back, look ahead to any changes or resolutions we would like to make for the new year.
The latest news from the village of Wan Kaung and the United World Schools project including a visit from the organization to ISY and the upcoming Sports-a-thon.
The Annual Tradition of giving back to the Custodial, Security and Maintenance teams at ISY who do so much everyday to make all our lives cleaner, safer and in good working order.