HOSA ISPS hosted their first Health Fair on Saturday, March 4th, 2023. HOSA is proud to have set a foundation for multiple health fairs to come, in order to promote health and wellness throughout our communities. This event would not have been possible without our dedicated members and our engaged attendees.
Service learning is integrated into our kindergarten to twelfth grade curriculum, and our students themselves have initiated over 10 high school service clubs.
Students who join these clubs are able to take initiative, collaborate well with their peers, are well-organized and are very adept at implementing ideas. Encouraged to initiate their own service learning projects, our students work on valuable life skills and towards becoming responsible, enlightened, and reflective global citizens.
Service Learning will provide students with opportunities to develop a stronger sense of global citizenship through improved social responsibility and civic awareness.
We believe that the best service comes out of extraordinary care, and our students exhibit just that every day. Students at ISPS are empowered to make a difference in their communities and develop an early commitment to active citizenship as part of being a responsible global citizen.
News From Our Team
A group of Grade 10 Service Learning Students spent their Saturday morning becoming official volunteers for TTSPCA.
WE DID IT! The Service Learning Class hosted ISPS Santa's Hotspot Christmas Market to support local artisans, artists and raise funds for the Sylphil Home of Love, Tobago.
Our Juvenile Prisoner Fundraising Effort (JPFE) hosted a raffle at the recent Christmas market and were able to raise $1555, selling 74 tickets in total.
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The students planted, cared for and harvested a second crop of lettuce for this academic year. If you missed out on their last crop, you have a chance now to sample some of their work yourself. On sale from Monday, single-head packages can be purchased from Ms. Hazel at the Front Office at $10/ package. First come, first served.
Students learn about agriculture in their outdoor service-learning class at ISPS. You can taste some of their work yourself. On sale from Monday, single-head packages can be purchased from Ms. Hazel at the Front Office at $10/ package. First come, first served.
We are so grateful for your generous donation and want you to know how much we appreciate your support and all the attention you paid to this cause. Your support has helped us serve the children of the St. Dominic's Children's Home.
As part of Service Learning and in connection with our Sharing the Planet PYP unit, Grade 5 students will be going to the Wildfowl Trust (link if you want to know more) located in Point a Pierre on the 11th (5J) and the 15th (5W) of March 2021.
Yesterday morning Grade Seven students went to Las Cuevas beach for a Service Learning project. The purpose of the trip was to collect as much garbage from the beach as possible...