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Blog Story of The Week: A New Year Miracle

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25/01/2011
Blog Story of The Week: A New Year Miracle

Writing is a very important part in our world and at ISB. It helps us express who we are and create entirely new worlds. Here is one amazing story about a girl named Poppy and her family struggling with the death of her sister Lily. A New Year Miracle was written by sixth grader...
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Fringe Festival Thursday

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17/01/2011
Fringe Festival Thursday

If you didn’t know, this Thursday on the 20th of January a Fringe festival will be going on at 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm. It’s completely free and all of the skits are made from the high school students. If you like theatre and want to see some thing new, be sure to check...
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Middle School Choir Videos

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14/01/2011

For the 1st semester of choir, students had to make a music video with the song of their choice. So far, there are two groups that have made a video; 8th graders Lily and Erle singing “Again” by Bruno Mars, and 7th graders Tasha, Christina, and Sammi singing “Dream,” by Priscilla Ahn. The students...
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The New Vocal Ensemble!

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13/12/2010

This past week on December 8, 2010 there were vocal ensemble auditions.  Anyone who wanted to tryout could. The auditions took place in the new MS Choir room. The audition packets were available November 26 – December 3. Click the LINK to view more information. Ms. Peterson is the teacher of the vocal ensemble.  About 30 students auditioned.  The audition...
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Switching Principals!! =D

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13/12/2010

On the 9th and Monday the 13th of December, the M.S. drama department is holding auditions for the Middle School play, Switching Principals! Mr. Huxtable chose to do Switching Principals because every year there is a different genre. There were 5 plays that Mr. Huxtable has done: History of the Universe in 77 minutes...
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Young Writers Awards: Awesome Story #3

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08/12/2010

As some of you might know, the Young Writer’s Awards is an activity where students can submit their best pieces of writing online.  It can be a story, a poem or even an expository essay.  At the end of the year, the judges will pick the best pieces to be published in a book! ...
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LEED Green Certification 2010

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07/12/2010
LEED Green Certification 2010

The new home for arts has been awarded LEED gold certificate from the U.S. Green Building council, which means that the new building is very environmentally friendly and green. Even though inside the new building there is a theatre which of course has to use lots of lights and other special effect, we still...
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The Catcher in the Rye

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06/12/2010
The Catcher in the Rye

The Catcher in the Rye is written by J.D. Salinger. This classic American novel was published in 1951. The story takes place in December 1949. The main character is Holden Caulfield, a high school student at a prep school.  The novel has been controversial since its publication and many schools have attempted to ban...
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Recent Assembly

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04/12/2010

A few day’s ago there was an assembly, and Mr S. recognized people within clubs and groups, even the small groups. In some, there were only four or five people! I thought that was interesting that he recognized every group in the school. Also, the dance troupe performed “Gravity”  by John Mayer. They had...
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Theatre Sports!! The after Edition!

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29/11/2010
Theatre Sports!! The after Edition!

Last week on Thursday, there was the Theatre Sports Performance!  The whole thing was impromptu.  Teams were given a game and a scene and had to act it out with 10 seconds to plan. There were 7 teams – Da Dimwitts, McCelery, the Atomic Slugs, the Sweet Nerdz, the Bling Babez, the Viruzez, and...
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