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A Fond Farewell to IPS’ 45th Street Location

It’s hard to believe that we have arrived at The International Preschools’ final day of the 2018-2019 school year.  It has been an exciting, event-filled nine months, filled with celebrations, curriculum, and community building.

45th Street Junior Kindergarten Class, 2018-2019

As we do every year, goodbyes are said not only to our oldest students (and to those who are moving on to other schools), but also to faculty and staff who are also going on to new adventures.  Unfortunately, this year, IPS will be saying farewell to an entire third of our school, as our 45th Street location will be closing for good this week.  In honor of our 45th Street location and its beloved staff (one of which I was a part of from 2008-2012), read on to view some photos from the final 45th Street year.  Wishing the best of luck and lots of love to our faculty and friends from 45th Street!

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IPS vs. UPK: One Family’s Choice

This week’s blog post was written by an IPS parent on choosing a pre-kindergarten class for her child.  The post originally appeared in our blog during the 2017-2018 school year.

Our daughter attended The International Preschools for two years:  in the Red (2s) and Green (3s) Rooms. We chose to send her to Universal Pre-K (UPK) after that because of the cost and because we knew she would ultimately be attending public kindergarten. I offered to share what our experience was to help IPS in marketing itself and to assist other families grappling with this decision. UPK programs do vary, so I emphasize that this was just our experience.

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IPS Gives Back: Community Outreach

Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF coin collection box

The season of giving is upon us, and it’s never too early to start teaching children about the importance of giving back to your community.  Every year, The International Preschools participates in community service projects to help the less fortunate both locally and worldwide.  Here are a few of the programs that our school proudly contributes to:

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