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ASA Winter Season Sign up

November 07, 2016

Dear Parents, Please be informed that we will open sign up for ASA Winter Season on November 8. We decided to postpone the sign up to make sure that all the activities are ready to be started and the sign up system is working properly before opening it.

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CEESA MS boys soccer tournament

November 03, 2016

ISL is hosting CEESA MS boys soccer tournament on November 3-6. This is a big event that will include 8 participating teams and about 115 people. Teams playing: International School of Belgrade (Serbia) International School of Helsinki (Finland) Anglo-American School of Sofia (Bulgaria) Pechersk School International (Ukraine) NOVA International School in Skopje (Macedonia) The International School of Azerbaijan (Azerbaijan) The International School of Riga (Latvia)

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International Day

October 17, 2016

Dear Parents, We would like to inform you that one of the biggest events of the school year - the International Day – is approaching. We will be taking a performing arts journey around the world and sampling a delicious buffet of global cuisine representing our community’s vast heritage. This year ISL’s International Day is planned on Friday, October 28th, from 4 pm to 7 pm here at school. This will be a celebration of our vibrant internationalism.

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Friendly Soccer Games

September 28, 2016

ISL is hosting friendly soccer games this Sunday at the Pinki Soccer Field. The games are scheduled to start at 9:30am and finish by 15:30pm. All of our teams will play: ISL MS Boys v IS Riga and Vilnius IS (round robing games, tournament): ISL MS Girls v Babite School ISL HS Girls v IS Riga ISL HS Boys v IS Riga

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Banned Books week

September 23, 2016

Next week ISL will celebrate the freedom to read with a Banned Books week in the Media Center. We will look at books that have been challenged and banned it the libraries in the US and other countries. Besides condemning censorship and working to ensure free access to information, we will celebrate the fact that despite banning efforts we are still enjoying “Harry Potter” by J.K. Rowling, “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” by Mark Twain, “Bridge to Terabithia” by Katherine Paterson, and “If I Ran the Zoo” by Dr.Seuss. Please discuss the books that your child brings home, and feel free to email any questions to lcallaway@isl.edu.lv. Let us celebrate reading together!

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