Distance Learning Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) MORE
Distance Learning Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The Board of Directors has decided to continue offering online courses until the end of the
2019-2020 school year. No on campus lessons will take place this academic year.
We would like to thank you parents for the effort you are making to allow educational continuity for your children.
Teachers are giving their best to make sure lessons and projects are as constructive and effective as possible. Individual and group virtual meetings are taking place every week.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need any help / support.
ISO Administration. May 4, 2020
Suite aux décisions du conseil d'administration, les cours en ligne continueront jusqu'à la fin de l'année scolaire 2019-2020. Plus aucun cours n’aura lieu sur le campus cette année scolaire.
Nous tenons à vous remercier chers parents pour tous les efforts que vous fournissez afin d’assurer cette continuité pédagogique si importante pour vos enfants.
Les enseignants font de leur mieux pour s'assurer que les leçons et les projets sont aussi constructifs et efficaces que possible. Des réunions virtuelles individuelles et de groupe ont lieu durant toute la semaine.
N'hésitez pas à nous contacter si vous avez besoin d'aide et de soutien.
Equipe de direction 4 mai 2020
Student representatives and a teacher facilitator meet once a week to discuss issues related to the elementary school body and organize events for their peers. These change every year, but often include such favorites as Spirit Week, talent shows, special fundraising, tournaments, and game nights. Central to the ISO mission and philosophy is the understanding that young people become self-directed and critical consumers of information when given multiple opportunties to exercise their independent and collective voices. By cultivating character and community involvement, ISO becomes a stronger learning community.
Elementary Student Council
ES Student Council is a team of enthusiastic students, who work together voluntarily to build community among ISO's elementary students. They encourage a sense of unity by creating shared experiences and activities that focus on fun and family. They also provide opportunities for students to be of service to the wider community. Student council members develop leadership skills, learn to work collaboratively, and develop the skills required to see a project through to completion.
Middle School Student Council
This year, the Middle School Student Council has centered on developing leadership and collaborative skills in its members. Students have planned two major middle school events. Color Wars was the 1st semester event and was a great success, with lots of running and screaming. In the third quarter, the student council successfully planned three events in one: a BBQ, a bonfire, and a pool party. The logistics for the second event were quite complicated, but the student council pulled it off with flying colors. After each event, the council reflected on their collective successes and areas for growth. The goal is to use these reflections to improve our planning for future events. In the upcoming months, expect to see some fundraising / charity work for a local orphanage and one final all-middle-school event.
High School Student Council
High School Student Council (HSSC) restructured and re-prioritized this year. The new structure is more typical of a board in that members are elected at large and then officers are nominated and voted for by the other members of the HSSC only. The new priorities of the HSSC are community service, campus improvement and creating leadership opportunities by assisting in the organization and running of large ISO community events. In addition to the usual offices of president, secretary and treasurer, new offices were created to be responsible for community service, athletics, events and student life. Those new officers run committees composed of both HSSC and non-HSSC members and have already been responsible for helping to organize and run some major events as well as creating outside service opportunities for our students.