Tag: specialty classes

2018 Elizabeth Patrick Leadership Award Winner: MacKerrow Talcott

IPS librarian MacKerrow Talcott teaches a class at our 76th Street location.

In 2014, the Elizabeth Patrick Leadership Award was established at The International Preschools.  Named in honor of IPS Board of Trustees member Elizabeth Patrick, the award was created to honor a faculty member who has demonstrated leadership via initiative and creativity to the classroom and the school community.  The award is given each year to a head, associate, assistant, or specialty teacher.  Read on to find out more about the 2018 winner, MacKerrow Talcott, who received the honor in June.

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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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