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Spark the dragon greets students on the First day of school
Student explores waves
Student tries the Fire Department hose
Students perform in Aladdin
Students build with Rigamajig
Student creates a horn book
Student uses a 3D pen to create a snowflake
Student portrays Ruth Bader Ginsberg
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Welcome to the International School at Dundee!

OUR MISSION

The mission of the International School at Dundee is to lead students toward becoming

life-long learners and responsible citizens of the world by teaching, modeling,

reinforcing and rewarding the achievement of academic and social/emotional goals

that will result in children becoming: Inquirers, Thinkers, Communicators, Risk-Takers,

Knowledgeable, Principled, Caring, Open-Minded, Balanced and Reflective.

By the Numbers

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K-5 learners representing  a broad range of cultural backgrounds and nationalities compose our student body.

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ISD was the first elementary school in CT to be authorized for the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program.

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ISD has been an authorized IB PYP school for more than 20 years.

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Each K-5 student receives a device for use on school-related assignments.

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Cultural partnerships with  organizations such as the Guggenheim Museum, the Museum of the American Revolution, and Weir Farm.

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IB transdisciplinary units of inquiry, based on the GPS curriculum, are taught starting in kindergarten.

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IB Learner Profile Attributes are modeled and taught throughout the K-5 years.

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IB Organizing Themes shape the IB approach to teaching and learning.

School News

GPS Presents the 2024 Community Service Awards

GPS have announced that the 2024 Community Service Awards will be held on Wednesday, April 24, at 5:00 PM at Greenwich High School’s Performing Arts Center to recognize student participation in service activities that help to improve both their school and the community.

Exterior view of CMS gymnasium with scaffolding and netting

There has been no new structural damage due to Friday’s earthquake, the new cracks (or widening of existing cracks) that were noticed do not impact the integrity of the building, and because the engineer had conducted inspections of CMS in the past and knows the building very well, we are extremely confident in his findings and the continued safety of the building for our students and staff. A copy of the full report can be found online.

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