International Academy Events

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Very Important: Please see International High School's Remote Learning Plan, attached here in Spanish and English.  Students should be logging into Google Classroom to see the learning activities that have been posted by your teachers.  Any questions? Reach out to the guidance counselors:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  It is important to stay connected even while we practice social distancing!  #stayhome and stay safe!

SpanishRemoteLearningPlan/PlandeAprendizajeRemotodeINT.pdf    ENGLISHRemoteLearningPlan/INTRemoteLearningPlan.pdf

Sarah Cordero, INT teacher, and students worked with a grant from Project Bread to purchase non-perishable foods. They setup the food pantry in school with the help of these students. They also accepted local donations to keep the pantry stocked.  Students are able to come and get food for the weekend or any time they might need a little help.

Students sitting with teachers outside

The LHS Outing Club and INT's own Mr. Hood and the Outing Club arranged a hiking trip to Mt. Wachusetts.  "It was hard work...but I am glad I did it!"  It was a great day for students to bond and work off some steam hiking and enjoying the outdoors.  

Students in front of entry to zoo.

Mr. Hood's Outing Club took a large group of INT students to the Franklin Park Zoo, where they took in the sites and enjoyed the day together.  Students were excited to be away from Lawrence:  "I was very excited to see something that I never saw before!."  Favorites included the lions, camels, and swans:  "I never was so close to animals like this!"   It was a great day!

Student with teacher and holding saxophone

INT History teacher, Andrew Dellacroce, noticed that one of his newcomer students, Wini, was feeling a little sad.  After talking to her, Mr. Dellacroce found out that Wini is a classically trained musician, but that she had to leave her beloved saxophone behind when she immigrated to the US. 

Mr. Dellacroce sprang to action! 

Through the power of social media, Mr. Dellacroce enlisted the help of family and friends...and...within days, he had secured a saxophone for Wini!

Wini was so appreciative that she immediately played one of Mr. Dellacroce's favorite songs:  Imagine, by John Lennon.

Congratulations to one of INT's own, Mr. Dellacroce, for going the extra mile for an appreciative student, Wini. 

Wini...keep on playing because you do it so well.   INT is so very proud of both of you!