Grade 4A and 4B Visit the African Museum in Olkusz

Grade 4A and 4B Visit the African Museum in Olkusz

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Students in Grade 4 took a field trip to visit the African Museum in Olkusz. Students were given a guided tour of three exhibitions: African culture, fossils, and basket weaving. Additionally, the students participated in a workshop where they learned how to make traditional African masks. A special thank you to Mr. Kuszka and Mr. Ramirez for bringing learning to life!

 

 

Congratulations to the ISK Cross Country Team!

Congratulations to the ISK Cross Country Team!

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The ISK Cross Country team, accompanied by Coach Dean and Mr. Nicholson, traveled to Tbilisi, Georgia for the CEESA meet.
The event was one of the largest in CEESA history, with 150 athletes from 16 different schools.  The ISK MS boys’ team finished in 4th place, which is a very impressive standing, especially considering that we were one of the smallest schools at the meet.
Robert Kammel had a big personal accomplishment – finishing in 3rd place, and bringing home a medal.
All of the runners contributed to what has been a positive team culture – one of hard work, discipline, and achievement.  This year we had our biggest team yet, and the talent and interest continues to grow.  It was a long distance to travel to Tbilisi, but we had a great time, and created a lot of good memories – both on and off the race course.
Grade Zero Visits Science Park

Grade Zero Visits Science Park

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Our budding scientists in Grade Zero were amazed by what they experienced on our trip to the local science park. They explored laws of physics, optical illusions, sound gardens and labyrinths.The children left the park with lots of questions that they are now investigating back at school.

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Flu Shots at ISK!

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Get vaccinated against the flu! Flu vaccines will be offered every Thursday from 1:30PM-3:30PM in Ms. Ewelina’s office. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Ewelina via email at esitarz@iskonline.org

An Update From Fall Camp

An Update From Fall Camp

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Greetings from Rychwałd!
We arrived yesterday in rainy ☔ weather for our three days in the hills outside Żywiec. Although the outdoor atmosphere was somewhat uninviting, the atmosphere within our group of 123 middle and high school students and 16 teachers was warm and welcoming, as team leaders and staff helped everyone get settled in.

Our first activity was a treasure hunt in the city center of Żywiec where teams of students followed clues to find 50 landmarks both obvious and not so obvious. They took pictures of each item along the way. And as an added bonus, the sun came out!

Today and tomorrow we have three core activities: a hike up Góra Żar, orienteering and survival games; and a ropes course. Tonight we will have a bonfire, karaoke 🎤; dancing and some games spread around our venue.

As a reminder, we plan on returning to the Carrefour parking lot tomorrow between 15:30-16:00. If you are picking up a younger sibling(s) at school, please do that first and then head down to the buses. And if you are making different arrangements than usual for pick up, please inform Mr. Daniel if it involves a taxi 🚕.

Attached is a picture of all of us in the Żywiec city center yesterday.

Best regards,

Mr. Lutley