義大焦點 IN FOCUS Week 7

01Primary Department Lunchtime Laps for Ukraine

Moving forward together with Ukraine!

This week, teachers and students from the Primary Department took initiative to launch Lunchtime Laps for Ukraine. Students and teachers collaborated to organize, plan and participate in this healthy running activity.

Everyone supported I-Shou In Action for Ukraine in their own unique ways. Due to everyone’s effort, we shortened our distance to Ukraine towards our goal. During lunch break this week, students and teachers ran a total of 2,030 laps, which is equivalent to 507.5 km. Special thanks to everyone who participated. It is so good to have such a dedicated and caring PYP community!




02Middle School Department Gets Involved With I-Shou in Action for Ukraine

I-Shou International School has been working in unison across all departments to support refugees in Ukraine with our I-Shou in Action for Ukraine initiative.  Our goal as a school was to travel 8000 km, which is the distance between Ukraine and Taiwan, demonstrating that even though we are far away, we show our support for this international crisis. 

In the Middle School Department, we have traveled almost 1,000 km and donated over 150,000NTD. Thank you to all teachers, students, and parents in the Middle School Department for your involvement and support. Every single Middle School homeroom got involved with the effort with donations andwith action.

We are an internationally-minded school and one way we can show our international-mindedness is to get involved with international humanitarian causes to make the world a better place.




03A Busy Week in the ISD and “Goodbye and Good Luck” to Ms. Sabrina

It has been another busy week in the ISD as students in all grades looked to get behind the “I-Shou for Action in Ukraine” activities. Monday’s bake sale was a very popular event as students sampled some Ukrainian food and gave generously. By the end of the day all of the food was sold!

In the classroom, Grade 11 attended their second successive Extended Essay workshop, this time, looking at “referencing and citations” which is an important part of the IB academic honesty policy. Elsewhere in Grade 12, more good university news as students received offers from UC Berkeley, the University of British Columbia and Fordham University, to name but a few.

We also said a fond “Goodbye and Good Luck” to Ms. Sabrina from the ISD office this week as she heads to a new job and adventure overseas. She will be missed by both students and faculty alike, and has been a wonderful addition to the ISD office team.

Well done to everyone in the ISD for another great week!  


04Secondary Bilingual Department (SBD) Grade 10- Interest Inventory

Secondary Bilingual Department Grade 10 students completed CEEC interest surveys, which assist students in identifying possible areas of study for university. Understanding one’s personal interests and aligning these with potential areas of study will help students to focus their studies over the next few years as they prepare for university.

What subjects do you like: Language, Mathematics, Art, or others?


053D Printing Club

Every Tuesday and Friday the printers are running non-stop. From articulated tools to flower pots and airplanes. Our students are really getting into the groove of printing.


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