International School of LA to become a “No Place For Hate” school Friday
CONTACT: Karla Marie Cochran (504) 229-4375 INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF LOUISIANAto become a “No Place For Hate” schoolFriday, September 27, 2019
Special event to kick off the partnership between International School of Louisiana and Anti-Defamation Leagueto prevent Bullying and Promote Inclusion
WHAT: International School of Louisiana (ISL) is becoming a No Place for Hate school and partnering with the Anti-Defamation League to prevent bullying and promote inclusion. On Friday, September 27th, our Lower School students (3rd-5th grade) will recite and sign the “No Place for Hate” Pledge together in their classrooms. A class activity will follow where students will take a quote from the pledge and create a drawing to illustrate how they will carry out the pledge at school.
WHEN: Friday, September 27, 2019
TIME: 3:00 pm (promptly)
WHERE: Uptown Campus 1400 Camp St, New Orleans, LA 70130 Dedicated to cultural diversity and global awareness, ISL (grades K-8) is the only multi-language immersion school chartered by the State of Louisiana. From their first day of school, students are taught core academic subjects in either French or Spanish. At ISL, children learn a second language naturally, through everyday conversation and classroom instruction. Committed to breaking down barriers in public education by teaching children to embrace diversity in their community, ISL is dedicated to providing all of its students with a unique and high-quality education and to helping young people develop, not only as students but also as community leaders and global citizens. School website: www.isl-edu.org
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