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If the huge plume of black, billowing smoke wasn't enough to let Cayman International School know the landfill was on fire last week and that it might be time to close down for the day, the school has another way of telling if it's time to evacuate – it has its own handheld air-quality monitors.
A green sea turtle named Moonlight is now in its forever home in the Caribbean Sea, thanks to Grade 2 students at Cayman International School.
Cayman Prep came close to making it a clean sweep of Cayman’s three primary school football divisions over the weekend, winning two of the three league titles in the CUC Primary Football League.
The first trees to be planted in the Cayman Islands as part of the Caribbean Tree Planting Project were placed in the ground at Cayman International School last week.
Several Youth Ambassadors from John Gray High School, Clifton Hunter High School and Cayman International School spoke with the Cayman Compass about the programme and why mental health matters to them.
While few of Cayman’s young people have become physically ill from the virus, they are living with its social and developmental consequences. School closures, mandated in mid-March, mean most students in Cayman have not seen friends, teachers or coaches face-to-face in 12 weeks. Homes have become classrooms, parents have become teachers, and teachers have become masters of improvisation.
Cayman schools have responded to disasters in the past. Emergencies like hurricanes and fires are events administrators know to prepare for.
Cayman International School took first place at the Minds Inspired FIRST Tech Challenge interschool robotics competition, held Saturday at the Camana Bay Arts and Recreation Centre.
Cayman International School student Zoe Sulisz, 17, who started the Gay Straight Alliance club at her school last year, has opened up membership to students from different schools along with any other interested youth.
A new campaign by the student group focusses on the issue of greed by highlighting sites such as the landfill, the cleared KAABOO festival grounds and other locations that demonstrate the strains of development in Grand Cayman.
Saturday morning excitement returned to primary school fields across Grand Cayman as the 2019 CUC Primary Football League and Girls Primary Football League regular seasons kicked off last weekend.
This may not be the best space for someone with obsessive compulsive disorder. Straight lines are in short supply.
With the Private School Association Volleyball league now complete and summer just around the corner, many student athletes are trying their best to enjoy what’s left of the First Baptist Indoor Volleyball league before they have to hang up their trainers and put away their knee pads for yet another season.
Currently, we are deterring people from continuing to recycle, causing the most detrimental part of our island, the dump, to expand at a rapid rate.
We are glad to see so many young people taking these lessons to heart.
For the second time around, Cayman International School students have embarked on an interview-based project to document experiences and life stories with Cayman’s older generations.
In a crowded sports hall, students whoop with delight as their classmates rack up another point to gain a knife-edge victory against an opposing team. For once it is not a basketball or soccer match that is generating this level of excitement, but an academic tournament.
Teachers from Island Montessori and St. Ignatius High School were honoured Thursday night as the first recipients of the Minds Inspired STEM Teacher Award.
There was the requisite baking soda volcano. But there was also a study on the ‘Amazing Effects of Fish Poop,’ a survey of jellyfish populations, a look at how quickly biodegradable utensils break down, data gathered on which Cayman beach has the cleanest sand, and an incubator decorated as a chicken, where lots of little girls gathered to watch chicks hatch from a tray of eggs.
Project officials broke ground Friday on Camana Bay’s first for-sale residential development, known as ‘OLEA’.
Police responded to an incident at Cayman International School Wednesday morning and took six students to Cayman Islands Hospital after they had been exposed to chlorine vapours.
There is a day, it seems, for everything. We had Pi Day on March 14. Wednesday was the first day of spring, but, according to the National Day Calendar, it was also Ravioli Day. Friday is Puppy Day. And Saturday is Bottle Cap Day.
Water is not just a building block of life and a precious natural resource. In this case, it has also served as an inspiration for Cayman’s best students.
Teen athlete Charles-Antoine Sokohl ran around the island in eight days to raise more than $8,000 to help fund special education support for underprivileged children.
More than 120 students from eight local schools participated in the inaugural Dart Minds Inspired Interschool Chess Tournament.
Sadie Finch and Marin Hughes of Cayman International School defended their title Thursday night at the eighth Conyers Dill & Pearman Interschool Debate at St. Ignatius Catholic School.
The Cayman International School is holding an early childhood and elementary open house from 9-10:30 a.m. Thursday.
The year 2018 was an eventful one for the Cayman Islands.
Two teams from Cayman International School have returned from their third Caribbean Area International School Sports Association volleyball tournament in Port St. Lucie, Florida.
Officials at Cayman International School expect to have a new preschool ready in August 2019, followed by a new high school building in 2020.
Santa Claus arrived a little early this year for Chloe Connolly, 9, and Bella Grieff, 15. On Tuesday, the two girls were announced as winners of a Christmas card design contest, which is part of a fundraising drive for Hannah’s Heroes.
Cayman International School is holding a public meeting at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 1, on the expansion of the school campus.
Students taking part in the 2018 Dart Scholar program visited waste management and renewable energy facilities in Ontario, Canada, this summer.
Rowan McLean is not looking forward to the early alarm going off on Monday. Its buzz will mean the end of summer and a return to school.
All government primary schools reopen on Monday, Aug. 27, at 8:30 a.m.
Plans for a $45 million expansion that will double the size of the Cayman International School were approved by the Central Planning Authority Wednesday.