It’s the last week of school, and we’re just days away from the start of the summer break! The year has flown by, and we are grateful for all our ILS families and students helping to make this a most wonderful year.
As we head into summer, we’re sharing the last edition of "What we're reading..." for the 2018-2019 school year! Don’t worry, we’ll continue to post over the summer, and as always, we hope that you’ll continue to share any articles or news that you’ve found interesting that we should include in an upcoming edition.
Want to join us for some summer reading?
This summer, ILS is pleased to host a Summer Book Club! Parents and friends of ILS are invited to join us each month as we read and gather to discuss a short selection. Please use the form below to let us know if you will be able to attend one or more of these discussions!
Join us on Thursdays at 7 pm. Reading selections and options to order, included via the links below.
7 Strategies for Creating a Successfully Low-Screen Summer for Your Family - Joy Pullmann, The Federalist
Why We Need Frog and Toad More than Ever - Joshua Gibbs, CiRCE
Why We Need Fantasy Literature - Lauren Stengel, Areo
How to Turn Your Children Into Readers for Life - Anna Mussmann, The Federalist
How High School Ruined Leisure - KJ Dell’Antonia, The NY Times
Musical Literacy, Sightreading, and the Church - Mrs. Marie Greenway, Prelude to Postlude (CPH Music Blog)
The Use of Words in the Life Well-Lived - Lindsey Brigham Knott, CIRCE
What Makes Great Children’s Literature Great? - Susannah Pearce, The Imaginative Conservative