The ICSB community is deeply saddened by the loss of our beloved principal, Stephanie Bishop (1970-2021), who has gone to be with her Lord.
We've seen our community come together in a very special way these past couple weeks. There have been so many helping hands cooking, baking and just as many helping feet running errands, doing grocery shopping or delivering meals. Read about one of these acts of kindness.
I Corinthians 15:3-4
"For I delivered unto you first of all that which I also received, how that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures; And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures."
Our 5th grade students tracked the almost 1,000 miles long sled dog race that took place in Alaska this past month. Read more about this fun project!
What does it mean to be a Christ follower? Find out how our Middle School students express their thoughts on the matter through their artwork.
ICSB has a wonderful group of teachers. I could stop there and let that be the whole point of this post and it could be enough. But I ask you to read on...
The ICSB library has always strived to provide great resources for parents and staff, in addition to our students. Even in our fledgling library of ebooks, we have some great selection for adults!
The other day I was walking through the gymnasium when I noticed one of our wonderful P.E. teachers, Anna Hughey, getting ready for her next class. They were going to be playing one of my all-time favorite games, kickball. As we talked about the awesomeness of the game, I was reminded of a paper that I wrote as a young boy.
How do we teach our kids about the issues of immigration, refugees, and trafficking in the modern world? These books can help! These three novels tell stories filled with compassion, that deal with some of the hard issues of our times. All are appropriate for grades 4-8.
"Mr. Willy Wonka, the candy-making genius whom nobody has seen for the last ten years, sent out the following notice today: I, Willy Wonka, have decided to allow five children - just five, mind you, and no more - to visit my factory this year. These lucky five will be shown around personally by me, and they will be allowed to see all the secrets and the magic of my factory."1