Weekly Feature: Window Into the Classroom

April 20th, 2018

This picture shows the work our students are doing around town, keep a lookout and remember, water put back into our aquifer is used by everyone! Earth Week: Interview with Miriam John: Miriam, thanks for sitting down with me, I appreciate you giving me some of your time during this crazy week! Miriam: Your welcome, Read More »

Weekly Feature: Window Into the Classroom

April 7th, 2018

WildWalk 2018: Behind the Scenes The WildWalk parade is just around the corner! I wanted to know more about what goes into this event here at MIS, so I sat down with Loryn Zerr for a look into her perspective about this wholesome event! John: Thanks for sitting down with me today Loryn, I wanted Read More »

Weekly Feature: Window into the classroom

March 30th, 2018

Becky Crawford Becky has joined our administration team as our new Development Assistant! I sat down with Becky to get some of her background and what she has been up to. John: So, Becky, where did you grow up? Becky: I grew up in many places, my family moved around a lot for my father’s Read More »

Weekly Feature: Window into the classroom

March 14th, 2018

El Libro de la Selva John: Thanks for sitting down with me Natalie. I wanted to discuss with you some of the performance arts-related events MIS has coming up soon! Natalie: Always happy to sit down with you John! J: First, I want to ask about the upcoming MCT Play, who is in this play? Read More »

Weekly Feature: A Window Into Our Classroom

March 7th, 2018

MIS Robotics Fair K/1 Carmen’s Project Carme had created a tool to help spin her top or “La Peisa”. The tool that was made from legos was controlled by her computer, and when the program was running, would spin the top automatically! Check out her project in action here!    Nikki & Jasper Nikki & Read More »

Weekly Feature: A Window Into Our Classroom

February 28th, 2018

MIS Science Fair Interviews Cooper Parker What are you researching for this year’s science fair? Cooper: I’m measuring uptake of dye in Arrowhead plants. I’ll be using dye as a substitute for insecticides, and hydroponics to try and replicate a river bottom.   What inspired you to research this? Cooper: I worked with hydroponics last Read More »

Weekly Feature: A Window Into Our Classroom

February 22nd, 2018

Mandarin Chinese Assembly MIS welcome in Chunze Lia and her assistant teacher Elizabeth Paich to put on an assembly for the K – 3 students to celebrate Chinese New Years with the kids. Get a glimpse of the assembly here.  The Mandarin Chinese Club will be coming this Spring to MIS students K – 3 Read More »

Weekly Feature: A Window into our Classrooms

February 14th, 2018

Valentines Day Assembly Our Giving Tree challenge had 3 classes reach the goal of 100% participation, and MIS decided to share the love this holiday. The classes voted on which local nonprofit they wanted MIS to donate $100.00 to, and the winners Free Cycles, Home ReSource, and Missoula Food Bank! The nonprofits sent representatives to Read More »

Weekly Feature: A Window into our Classrooms

February 7th, 2018

Skiing at MIS  Every Friday of February a team of MIS Staff, Administrators, and Parents take students up to Snowbowl ski area for Ski/snowboard lessons and fun! The kids are grouped into beginner, intermediate, and advanced teams that are led by our staff and faculty members who have been training this season to be helpful Read More »

Weekly Feature: A Window into our Classrooms

February 2nd, 2018

Window into the classroom… “A book is a dream that you hold in your hand.” –Neil Gaiman. At MIS, students spend the month of February celebrating the love of reading. For the past 9 years, our librarian has picked a theme to motivate students and teachers to pick up a good book and read. At Read More »

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