Each 6th year student spent a week researching 3 different counties, in the MMUN meeting they shared what they learned with each other.
This enrichment class combines the discipline of anthropology, basic methods of ethnography and some practical cooking. During the semester students will investigate how the process of gathering, preparation and consumption of food related to certain environments and societies.
Great food, nice people, perfect waves and swimming in the rain! Thank you to the PTA for all of your efforts. Good time had by all.
Photo credits to Ms. Dionne Sinclair - always ready with her lens!
VIMSIA is celebrating National Drive Electric Week by being a stop in the St. Thomas Electric Vehicle Poker Rally on September 21st.
Sustainability is important to our school and we are happy to support this event!
If you are an electric or hybrid vehicle driver please consider signing up here: NDEW St. Thomas
For more information about the rally please check out their Facebook event page: Electric Vehicle Rally - St. Thomas.
The Upper Elementary students in both classes came together in the afternoon on Friday, August 30th for community building. They completed team building activities and getting to know you games to foster a feeling of unity between the two classes.
Staff was hard at work today preparing campus for students tomorrow. We are so thankful for everyone’s sweat and effort to ensure a safe and clean campus.
The PGIA's College Seminar course is underway! Throughout College Seminar juniors and seniors work through interest and career exploration, test preparation, the journey to college and life post high school.
Are you interested in supporting our young people? We are always looking for guest presenters to speak on topics related to college planning/admissions, life as a professional, skill building, 'adulting' and more!
Contact VIMSIA's College Counselor, Kara Ebe Cook, for ways to get involved!