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Our Staff Spotlight is back and features Elementary Art teacher, Ms. Jess Mittelman. Ms. Jess is a leader in our sustainability initiative on campus and also a featured artist in Kaaboo this weekend. Click here to read more about what inspires her and the one lesson she would impart to her students.
In line with CIS's sustainability principle, Grade 11 has launched a mangrove education and restoration project, The Grove Zone, and is hoping to work with various local organizations as well as other members of the CIS community.
The expansion of Cayman International School is an exciting project that will enhance the educational experience for students, increase the capacity of the school to nearly 1100, and will maintain the small class sizes and positive culture that CIS is known for.
Three CIS students from the Cayman Islands Sailing Club competed at the Bahamas Opti National Championships (including 86 sailors from Bahamas, Turks and Caicos and the US) last month and sailed through the picture perfect regatta conditions to incredible results.
The ARC and classrooms around CIS were brimming with energy as students debated the assertion: Be it resolved that after meeting their basic needs, individuals have a moral responsibility to donate their wealth towards poverty alleviation.
Our visiting consultant, Ken O’Connor, kindly agreed to record a podcast for our parents, in which he responds to frequently asked questions about progressive grading practices, including standards-based grading.
This month's Staff Spotlight features Secondary Instructional Coaches Chad Van Cleve and Chad McGartlin. Be sure to read on to learn about what inspired them to get into education and what advice would you give to parents on how to support their students with their sustainability initiatives.
Our September Staff Spotlight features new teaching couple, Mike and Carol Neeland, who join us this year from The American School of the Hague. Their 30 years of teaching have taken them around the world. Click to read more about their favorite trips and what lessons they hope to impart to their students.
Over 120 volunteers, including students, parents, teachers and community members collectively woke up before sunrise to drive out to Eagle Rays this past Sunday in an effort to remove the extensive waste scattered across a previously pristine beach.
Staff Spotlights are back and this month we are featuring our new Elementary Assistant Principal, Ms. Leanne Wright-Gray. Click here to read about who inspired her to get into education and what advice she would give to people just moving to Cayman.
For our last Staff Spotlight of the year, we chose to feature Ms. Nimmi who will soon retire. Click here to read about what inspired her to get into education, her plans for retirement and what she will miss most about Cayman International School.
National Honor Society students partnered with Ms. Mary, Ms. Darcy and Ms. Monica’s grade 5 classes to help Life.org clean, sticker, sort, and log hundreds of books for local public libraries on island.
Our first Staff Spotlight features Mr. Brandon and Ms. Kristine who joined us this year from Hanoi, Vietnam. Read on to find out what is on their Cayman bucket list and the important lessons they hope to instill in their students.
On Wednesday, Jan 10th, CIS held its first ever ‘PLE Showcase’. PLE (Personalised Learning Elective) is a new course at CIS, which focuses on allowing students to pursue their passions by learning a new skill or tackling a problem that they care about.
The Sea Perch Robotics Club has kicked off this year and we are excited to be part of another year of designing and building underwater ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicles) to take part in the Cayman competition March 3rd starting at 9 am here at our own CIS pool.