ISB’s campus will be closed for the remainder of this academic school year and Distance Learning will continue. Visit the Distance Learning Information Hub for updates and resources!

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ISB’s campus will be closed for the remainder of this academic school year and Distance Learning will continue. Visit the Distance Learning Information Hub for updates and resources!

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“Same Sun Here”: the 5th Grade Winter Book Club

At the beginning of 2020, twelve ISB 5th Graders signed up to participate in a new Library initiative: a student book club. From late January to mid-March, the group met in the Library every Thursday afternoon. Students gathered over lunch to have conversations about a book selected by Head Librarian Maria Falgoust: Same Sun Here by Silas House and Neela Vaswani. The lively discussions and engaging activities that followed were co-facilitated by ISB parents and Library Committee members Shayna Wellington and Marianne Gimon and Associate Librarian Eli Hetko.... LEARN MORE

8th Graders Analyze the Human Impact on the Hydrosphere

While 6th Graders have been learning about Ecology and 7th Graders have been examining the Bohr Model and the periodic table, 8th Graders have been exploring the human impact on the hydrosphere during distance learning. Middle School Science Teacher Kimesha Reid-Grant highlights the importance of fun hands-on learning especially during this time, “We use educational puzzles and crosswords, and create investigative activities where students can continue to explore the world we live in and work together to discover their own answers and hypotheses. I never just tell students the answers, I help them in asking questions so that they can work together to find solutions for themselves. I want them to develop their own perspective and theories based on what they see and learn.”... LEARN MORE

“Restoring Faith in Humanity and Yourself in 5 Million Easy Steps” by Brenna DiCola, ISB Math Teacher

Since graduating from Swarthmore College, Brenna has worked with students in grades K-8 at private schools around Philadelphia, in Lawrence, KS, and in Madrid. She has taught everything from English and Social Studies to Science and Technology, but her passion is Math Education. This past summer, Brenna moved to New York and found a home at ISB, where she currently teaches 6th and 7th Grade Math and serves as Head of the Middle School Math Department. In 2015, Brenna took a five-month hiatus from the classroom to hike the Appalachian Trail, a 2,189.2-mile trek through fourteen states. During ISB's 2020 Pecha Kucha Evening in early March, Brenna shared about her journey and the many lessons she learned along the way in her presentation: “Restoring Faith in Humanity and Yourself in 5 Million Easy Steps."... LEARN MORE

¡El Festival Verde!

“¡Es una rima! ¡Es una rima!” cheered students in the Spanish Pre-K 4 class. The excitement for lyrical poetry and literary imagination sounded through the first floor hallways as students embarked on a journey of rhymes and exploration during Dr. Seuss’ birthday week. Students were inspired by reading a Dr. Seuss favorite, the famous Green Eggs and Ham. Many of us remember the story: Guy-Am-I is hesitant about trying green eggs and initially declines Sam-I-Am’s request to try them. By the end of the story, the Guy changes his mind and realizes that he likes them after all.... LEARN MORE

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