- SICS Students Witness History
- Competition Heats Up among SABIS® U.S. Public Charter Schools
- ISM Students Give Back to the Community
- Ashwicke Hall Students Win Second Place in Football Tournament
- CSB Wins 3rd Place in Football Tournament for International Schools
- MAIA Marching Band Wins First Place at Two State Band Competitions
- MAIA Receives Mayerson Academy Grant
- CSB Student Wins 2016 European DNA Day Essay Contest
- CSB Students Win First and Second Place at the International Schools Talent Show
- ISM students participate in “A Vous La Parole” Annual French Speaking Contest
- SICS Student Wins 2016 Ultimate Prom Contest
- Young LPCS Students Discover Joy of Reading
- SIS-Phoenix Celebrates International Night
- The Cambridge School of Bucharest Celebrates Victory at La Voie Royal Semi-Marathon
- ISF STUDENTS WIN BIG AT 2015 GISST SWIMMING TOURNAMENT
- MAIA Receives FLY Grant
- ISF Celebrates Diwali
- ISF Celebrates 20th Anniversary with 6th Annual Run-A-Thon
- SICS HOLDS SUCCESSFUL COLLEGE FAIR
Young LPCS Students Discover Joy of Reading
At Linwood Public Charter School (LPCS) in Shreveport, Louisiana, the SABIS Student Life Organization® Lower School Department prefects have been spending time reading with younger students. This activity, known as “DEAR” (Drop Everything and Read), is an ongoing initiative which has had a positive impact on the younger students, helping them discover the joy of reading at an early age.
LPCS teachers have noticed how enthusiastic their students have become about reading and how their interest in independent reading has grown rapidly. “Students have become more interested in reading because of the interaction they have with the older students and, therefore, they have become more fluent in their reading skills,” stated one LPCS teacher.
In all SABIS® Network schools, the SLO® Lower School Department is committed to introducing students to the importance of being actively involved in school from an early age. Prefects in the Lower School Department look out for the younger students and act as role models, sowing the seed of interest in SLO®, which is an essential component in the SABIS® Educational System.