Scottsdale, AZ, May 21, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The International School of Arizona (ISA), a full language-immersion Preschool through 6th grade school, is excited to take students and parents around the world May, 22nd at the second annual International Fair. Attendees should expect to travel to six different environments from the beach to the arctic and everywhere in between from 8:45-9:45am at the school’s satellite campus and from 5:30-7:00pm at the school’s main campus.
Work to transform both ISA campuses started two weeks ago. Teachers and students are using this event to learn about climates, cultures, and environments from around the world. In addition, students incorporated their artistic talents by producing related props such as animals and igloos to represent the environment in their respective climates and help transform their everyday class rooms into replicas of faraway lands.
The International Fair will have the added excitement of signaling the close of the school’s annual student art auction sale. This year’s auction has been conducted 100% online opening up access to anyone with an internet connection, and truly making the event international. All event proceeds will help bridge “The Gap” between the school’s revenues and its day-to-day expenses. Everyone is welcome to bid and track the progress of the art sales at www.helpisa.com. The auction will close at 6:30pm MST.
About International School of Arizona
The International School of Arizona is a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) Elementary and Preschool offering French and Spanish immersion tracks. ISA was founded in 1997 to fill an unmet need in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area for children to obtain early foreign language learning in a multicultural setting.
ISA's educational programs offer students the opportunity to learn another language and culture in a full immersion environment. Students gain a global perspective and obtain skills that enable them to communicate with a wide range of people, appreciate other cultures, become flexible thinkers and enrich their lives. Each year new language class options and cultural activities are added to the school's offerings for the community at large. ISA continues to evolve into a valley-wide resource and community asset.
For more information, please visit www.isaz.org.