Q4 Tuition Payment Day
To Parents who pay tuition by quarter:
The due date for Q4 tuition payment is March. 4th2019
Q4 Lunch Order
Please order Q4 lunch for your child(ren) before March 18th, 2019.
Thanks for your understanding and cooperation.
For the student who doesn’t order school lunch please prepare your own tableware. Our cafeteria won’t provide any tableware for those who has home lunch beginning March 5, 2019.
MAP Growth® Test Progress Report
Dear Kindergarten-Fifth Grade Parents,
Please check your child’s backpack for their MAP Growth® Test Progress Report.
If you have questions, please email your child’s homeroom teacher or me, Hannah Kwon, at Hannah.Kwon@isqchina.com
MAP Testing Coordinator
The road of parenthood is bitter sweet. It begins with a totally helpless little human being, and over the years we pour our energy into meeting the needs of our growing child/children. Everything we do is with the goal in mind that someday they will have the inner strength and confidence to successfully leave us.
Last Friday, in the Parent Talk at ISQ we discussed ways to encourage our children to strengthen and become competent individuals.
• Let children make choices
• Show respect for a child’s struggle
• Don’t ask too many questions
• Don’t rush to answer questions
• Encourage children to use resources outside of the home
• Don’t take away hope by protecting them from disappointment
There will be a final Parent Talk in April. Watch for the topic and the date.
Departing Staff Announcements
As we are planning and preparing for the next school year, staff have also made decisions of whether or not they’ll move on. Below you can find an attachment that honors and highlights the staff who are departing at the end of this school year. If you would like to join others and share gratitude or words of encouragement with them, you can find their email addresses in the attachment as well.
Departing Staff - ENG.pdf
ISQ Leadership Team
Health Fair 2019
The Annual Elementary Health Fair on Friday, February 22 was a fun filled event that focused our students on healthy living themes. One station had students making creative creatures out of vegetables, and then munching on them afterward. Another station used an app called Dining Decisions to help our students understand healthy serving sizes. Students could select their own plate and the app would calculate what is too much, too little, or imbalanced. Elsewhere, whether learning about resolving conflicts, or experimenting with stretching bands for new stretching exercises, or hearing that getting enough sleep gives more energy, our students understood once again that ISQ values health. Ask your child about their experience; they were an enthusiastic bunch of learners. Way to go kids!