ISD Students Celebrate Science with STEM activities in January

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Pictured (L-R): ISD third graders, Cameron Williams, Kenneth Reyes and Max Moy, work with Kate Saulsbery, STEAM Educator from the Connecticut Science Center during the school’s month-long celebration of science.

As January draws to a close, students at the International School at Dundee (ISD) are nearing the end of their month-long celebration of science.  Hands-on STEM-focused activities throughout the month kicked off with a PTA-supported Science Night, with “Mad Scientists” demonstrating experiments, as well as in-class visits from the CT Science Center and High Tech/High Touch, as well as installation of an “Earthdome” in the school’s gymnasium.

The International School at Dundee was authorized in July of 2003 as an official International Baccalaureate school.  ISD is one of less than 200 IB Primary Years Programme (IBPYP) authorized schools in the US, and one of only a few elementary schools in Connecticut to receive the IBPYP accreditation.  ISD offers programs for students from kindergarten through fifth grade.


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