• 17
    Jul
    2014

    Community Service Day

    Community Service Day is an annual event held at ICS. It introduces students to the community, engage in various projects that they can both implement and learn from. It is also an opportunity for students to give back to the community.

    This year, students and teachers engaged in nine projects. Cheshire Home, Born Free, Meqdela School and Sile Inat Orphanage are to mention some. The students were engaged in different activities ranging from reading stories to the children to renovations of library, maintaining green area and more.

  • 1
    Jul
    2014

    Summer Renovations at ICS

    ICS has been engaged in major and minor maintenance and construction throughout its beautiful campus. Summer renovations include classrooms, gym entrance and hallway, amphitheatre and office expansions. 

    As always, ICS strives to make the campus more suitable for its community- students, teachers, staff and parents.

     

     

     


  • 23
    Jun
    2014

    Summer Camp at ICS

    ICS summer camp program is well underway with Reading, Computing, Arts and Crafts and Physical Education. The programs, apart from academic support, will be fun and enjoyable for students among other summer activities. 

    Painting and printing, fitness and soccer skills, robotics and programming and silent reading and reader’s theatre are to mention some of the programs in each category. Summer camp will remain open until 27 June.

     

     

     

     

     

  • 16
    Jun
    2014

    Summer Break Office Working Hours

    The school offices will be open from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM, Monday through Friday, during the summer break. The library will be open from 9:00 AM to noon on Saturdays.


    School will be open 12 August for all students.

    Have a wonderful summer and safe travels!

     

     


  • 11
    Jun
    2014

    The Museum Project at ICS

    The 6th graders at ICS created exhibits for The Museum Project. They chose one major contribution to research and created their final product using technology, art, communication and collaboration. The students explored their contribution's origins, spread and evolution to modern times. Their essential question was: Why do major civilizations make major contributions that stick?

    Written by: Myles D.