September 29, 2019

Emily Smith

Administrative Assistant

Important Items to Remember

  • ISLA board meeting for December 19th has been cancelled.
  • Friday, December 22nd will be a non-uniform day.  Students may wear an outfit of their choice following the non-uniform dress code listed on our website.
  • Winter Break will be from December 25th-January 5th.  There will be no school during this time.  School will resume January 8th.
  • The deadline to register for winter extra-curricular activities is Friday, December 22nd.  

Thank you!

Thank you to all the ISLA family and friends for attending the Chipotle fundraiser - $789.83 was earned.

It’s the Season of Giving!

Dear ISLA families,

The ISLA Student Council decided to work on putting together some baskets for families in need over the Holidays. They will be brought to the local ICA Food Shelf. We will be collecting items Monday through Wednesday Dec. 17-19, and we will have them delivered on Thursday December 20th.

In order to make this happen, we need ISLA families to donate any of the following items:

Healthy snacks and fruit, candy canes, chips, small Xmas ornaments, small packages of nuts, gum, mints, popcorn, and small cereal boxes.

Baskets: small red, green, brown, gold or popcorn bowls

Clear cellophane, ribbon or festive pipe cleaner to tie cellophane.

Thank you much and Seasons Greetings from the ISLA Student Council.

Winter Extra-curricular Activity Registration is Open

2018- Winter Session 3:45 pm to 4:45 pm We are accepting registrations on a first come first serve basis. Write checks to ISLA PTO and turn it in to Emily Smith in the office. Deadline to register is Friday December 22nd. Please have your child/ren bring a nutritious snack and a water bottle for after-school snack time Session will be January 22 to March 23 Fill out one registration form per child.

Click here to register.


Monday, Thursday
Grades 5-6/ 3-4
8 students

MinecraftEDU is a specialized version of Minecraft for educational environments that incorporates IB principles. These activities promote teamwork, friendship and creativity through true edutainment.

Monday: 5th and 6th grade
Thursday: 3th and 4th grade

Express - Arte

Grades K-4
8 students

Do you want to express your feelings, preferences, culture and traditions? This is your opportunity to learn how to do it through art, paint and use of recycling materials. In this extracurricular you will be able to create your own paintings and crafts and learn about different techniques from Colombia, El Salvador and United States. 

Role-Play Club

Grades 4-6
4-6 students

Do you like fairy tales, board games and video games? If your answer is yes, This one is for you. We will combine them in exciting strategy full activities where the the most important tool is your mind and your dice, the keys to success in these games are creativity, strategy, teamwork... And a little bit of luck. 

Wednesdays: Advance Level (Theme will be Sci-Fi) Basic level completed will have priority. (4 students)
Thursday: Basic Level (Theme will be Medieval Fantasy) (6 students)

Teatro - Theater

Grades 1-5
15 students

Do you want to practice your Spanish? Theater gives you a great opportunity! In this activity you can talk, express and interact with the rest of the students and the teachers at the same time that you have fun moments with your friends. So if you are interested come with us every Tuesday after school, see you soon!

Rotatorio de Deportes - Sports Rotation

Grades K-6
15 students

If you like physical activity and sport in general, this is your place! The sports rotation makes possible motor skills experimentation through games, presented in a motivating way. Students will actively participate in various activities with the goals of encouraging sports practice, enable the practice of different sports and learn their characteristics. We will also encourage development of values related to the sport (effort, team building, respect ...) and develop social habits of health and hygiene.

Chess Club – Twin Cities Chess Club

Grades K-6
Minimum 6 students

Want to amaze your friends and impress your opponents? Want to increase your IQ while having fun playing chess and compete for various prizes? Learn from Twin Cities Chess Club instructors who have years of experience. Competitive Chess tournaments are scheduled once a year and students can play for real chess trophies! All levels are welcome. We have a great instructor for this class but he is not Spanish speaker.



Winter 2018 Awesome Drawings!        

Grade K – 5

Classes held Wednesdays
3:35 – 4:35 pm 1/17 – 3/21

Tuition - $109 (10 Week session)

Click here to enroll

Young Rembrandts provides all classroom supplies and a trained instructor.  Classes are held immediately after school.  Parents are responsible for transportation at class end. - 612-512-1339