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  • Title: Home - Dallas International School
    Descriptive info: .. RenWeb Login.. |.. Multimedia Gallery.. PTO.. Contact Us.. DIS Library Catalog.. Make a Payment.. Carpool-To-School.. Conference Signup.. DIS Brochure.. Register Now for Fall Camp!.. New Video: DIS Gala 2013.. September 26 - September 27, 2013.. IB/ FB Junior and Senior Retreat.. September 26, 2013.. PTO General Assembly Meeting 7:00 -9:00 pm Rafain Brazilian Steakhouse.. September 27, 2013.. DIS Spirit Day.. Students can show their Tigre spirit by wearing any shirt with a DIS Logo an.. September 28, 2013.. PTO Fall Carnival 2:00 -6:00 pm Churchill Way Campus.. September 30 - October 3, 2013.. Lower School Parent Teacher Conferences.. October 7 -  ...   Copyright 2007-2013 - Dallas International School | All Rights Reserved.. close.. Your browser must have JavaScript enabled to close this message box.. Parent/Teacher Conferences - Monday, September 30 - Thursday, October 3.. Parent teacher conference signup will open on.. Friday, September 20 at 7:00am.. and will close on.. Friday, September 27 at 4:00pm.. If this is the first time you will use the system, you may download a copy of the.. How-To Guide.. Click here.. to login to the Online Conference Center.. Important Notes:.. For.. Maternelle.. , when making the appointment, both the English and French teachers will be present at the conference..

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  • Title: Contact DIS - Dallas International School
    Descriptive info: Map / Directions.. Administrative Staff.. Professional Staff.. Faculty.. Teacher Assistants.. Admin Support Staff.. Student Support Staff.. Board of Directors.. Employment Opportunities.. Resources / Links.. Documents / Forms.. Contact DIS.. Dallas International School.. Primary School.. 6039 Churchill Way.. Dallas, Texas 75230.. Tel: 972-991-6379.. Fax: 972-991-6608.. Secondary School.. 17811 Waterview Parkway.. Dallas, Texas 75252.. Tel: 469-250-0001.. Fax: 214-570-4900.. DIS Hotline.. The DIS hotline is a recording used for inclement weather cancellations and notices that are posted by 6am.. The number is.. (214) 283-8464.. Quick-Reference Directory.. Bertrand Ferret.. Headmaster.. x1105.. Mea Ahlberg.. Director of Admissions.. x2570.. Pierre-Ludovic Perrot.. Head of Preschool/K/Elementary.. x2215.. Philippe Vanhille.. Head of Secondary.. x1110.. Yohanis Mibrathu.. Director of Camps and Language Institute.. x2708.. Jennifer Kolling.. Director of Student Affairs.. x2160.. Tracy Kozah.. Director of Development and PR.. x2165.. Laurent Lebaillif.. Director of the Finance/Business Manager.. x2175.. Department Directory.. Absence, Tardies, Vacations (students).. Maternelle: Malika Kimatshoeva (2126).. Elementary: Naznine Paroo (2121).. Middle School: Sophie Davis (1219).. High School: Danielle Bourree (1303).. Accounting Financial.. Laurent Lebaillif, Financial Director and Business Manager (2175).. Amber Shaikh, Accountant and Bookkeeper (2176).. Mea Ahlberg, Director of Admissions (2570).. (except Soccer).. Jennifer Kolling, After-School Coordinator, Primary School (2160) David Houston, After-School Coordinator, Secondary School (1130).. After School Soccer Program.. Sophie Davis, (1219).. Bookkeeping.. Amber Shaikh, Bookkeeper (2176).. Bourse (French Government).. Cafeteria.. Jennifer Kolling, Director of Student Affairs (2160).. Camps Summer School.. Yohanis Mibrathu, Director of Camps and Language Institute (2708).. Carpool Early Departure.. Class Fundraising.. Pierre  ...   Primary (2215).. Middle School and High School: Philippe Vanhille, Head of Secondary (1110).. Employment / Hiring.. Kimberly Smith-Johnson, Director of HR (2156).. Event Planning.. Sophie Davis (1219).. External Relations.. Facilities.. Jesus Quirino, Facilities Manager (1509).. Field Trips.. Financial Aid.. Amber Shaikh, Accountant (2176).. Fundraising Development.. Tracy Kozah, Drirector of Development (2165).. General Information.. Health Issues Vaccinations.. Maintenance, Repair Equipment.. Jesus Quirino, Facilities Manager, Secondary School (1509).. Cesar "Joel" Gamboa, Facilities Manager, Primary School.. Notarizing.. Amber Shaikh, Bookkeeper (2176) or Mea Ahlberg, Director of Admissions (2570).. Outreach programs.. Public Relations.. Tracy Kozah, Director of Public Relations (2165).. Purchasing.. Elisabeth Altunian, Purchasing Agent (2802).. Reception.. 972-991-6379.. Marine Johnson 7:30 -4:00 Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.. Nadege Blanc 7:30 -4:00 Thursdays and Fridays.. Denise Mosier-Franck 4:00 -7:00 pm daily.. Report Cards.. Room Reservations for Events/Meetings.. School Council.. School Management.. Student Records/Transcripts/Transfers.. Preschool/K, Elementary: Jennifer Kolling, Director of Student Affairs (2160).. Middle School and High School: Secondary Registrar (1110).. Student Affairs.. Student Affairs, Primary:.. Malika Kimatshoeva, Maternelle (2126).. Naznine Paroo, Elementary (2121).. Student Affairs, Secondary:.. Zahra Boudaoui, Assistant.. Danielle Bourrée, (1303).. David Houston (1130).. Support Staff: Cafeteria.. Sophie Davis, Naznine Paroo, Malika Kimatshoeva.. Support Staff: Carpool.. Danielle Bourrée, David Houston, Zahra Boudaoui, Sophie Davis, Naznine Paroo, Malika Kimatshoeva, Edgar Moudouma, and Pascal Komayombi.. Technology and Telecommunications.. support [at] dallasinternationalschool.. org.. Transcripts.. Preschool/K: Jennifer Kolling, Director of Student Affairs (2160).. Elementary: Jennifer Kolling, Director of Student Affairs (2160).. Tuition Payments.. Uniforms.. Visas/Green Cards.. Volunteering.. Yearbook Class Pictures..

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  • Title: Make A Payment - Dallas International School
    Descriptive info: HR Forms.. Make A Payment.. At the present time, payments can be made with check or with credit card.. Checks should be mailed to:.. Attn: Amber Shaikh.. Dallas, TX 75230.. Credit card payments must be made in the Accounting office (address above) and the card must be present to run the charge.. PayNow is available in the Family Billing section of RenWeb under the Family Information tab.. PayNow allows you to pay online with your checking or savings accounts..

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  • Title: About DIS - Dallas International School
    Descriptive info: Welcome to the Dallas International School.. Mission Laïque Française.. As one of the best private schools in the Dallas metroplex, Dallas International School offers a unique education for students from preschool through high school in English and French.. We are the only international school in Dallas and our rigorous academic program, administered in multiple languages, successfully integrates the renowned French national curriculum, the best practices of American education, and the comprehensive International Baccalaureate program.. Dallas International School's multicultural environment and active community of students, teachers, staff, and parents creates more than an education — it creates experiences for a lifetime of success.. Dallas International School Brochure.. Dallas International School educates students of all backgrounds to contribute to a dynamic world with its internationally renowned curriculum, multiple language instruction, and exposure to diverse cultural views.. Why Choose DIS?.. Our world has become global.. As your children grow, they will not only be citizens of their own country, but of the world.. As citizens of this new "global country," they will need new skills.. They will face daily challenges that you as parents may not have experienced understanding, communicating and working among other cultures to learn from and succeed through increasingly international relationships.. Both the children of families native to Dallas and those who have made North Texas their home need to learn to become global citizens.. At Dallas International School we educate our students with these new challenges in mind, by:.. Teaching in two languages: French and English.. Teaching other languages: Spanish and Chinese.. Following the principle that to really master a language you have to study the culture that goes with it.. Basing its pedagogy on the French model.. Incorporating the best aspects of the American School System.. After such a strong education, DIS students will have the skills to continue their studies at universities in the United States or abroad and launch a professional career which will take advantage of all the opportunities created by globalization.. They will also be prepared to bloom into adulthood with such qualities as  ...   education, disciplined in work, respectful of institution, physical in activity, and innovative in spirit.. Students are evaluated at least three times a year to help teachers and parents individually adapt instruction style and academic goals.. Students Excel When Academics Have Purpose.. We believe in creating a learning environment where students are challenged to excel with academic purpose.. We believe that education in the early formative years must be familial, encouraging, and small in classroom size.. We believe that as students progress within three-year cycles, confidence in their language, math, and science skills builds.. As this confidence builds, students become more aware that knowledge imparted has purpose in an innovative world.. Although testing is classical and rigorous, the governing pedagogical board maintains a unique flexibility to adapt additional coursework as the marketplace and universities demand.. Students Who Are Well-Prepared Have More Global Opportunities.. We believe students must be prepared for all domestic and international higher educational institutions and have a mastery of critical thinking and problem solving in order to live and compete in our dynamic world.. We offer world-renowned, accredited high school degree programs including the International Baccalaureate and the prestigious French Baccalaureate.. Students are immersion-taught in French and English with at least one additional language such as Spanish or Chinese.. Students Must Be Taught Good Citizenship.. We believe that a curriculum must include what it means to be a good citizen in our local and increasingly global community.. We believe students must be taught cultural awareness, tolerances for others, and be instilled with a profound sense of generosity to all humans.. We accept students, teachers and staff of all cultural backgrounds to aid in the acquisition of this awareness, tolerance and generosity.. We proudly require community service and promote volunteerism through on-campus activities and philanthropy.. Students Must Have Equal Opportunity For Excellent Education.. We believe every child has the capacity to be academically well-educated in a multi-lingual environment, respectful of cultural differences.. We encourage a sense of belonging to a collegial community independent of race, religion, and socio-economic background..

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  • Title: Calendar - Dallas International School
    Descriptive info: Calendar.. Press Releases.. DIS In The News.. DIS Scoop Newsletter.. First Friday Focus.. Board of Directors Communique.. Soccer News.. Holidays and Special Days:.. 2013-2014.. Staff & Faculty Calendar.. September 2013.. Mon.. Tue.. Wed.. Thu.. Fri.. Sat.. Sun.. 1.. 2.. Labor Day: No School.. 3.. 4.. ANight in the Rainforest Gala Meeting 8:30 Location: TBD.. 12th Grade College  ...   6:00 pm.. 6.. 7.. 8.. 9.. Secondary After School Activities Start.. 10.. New Parent Coffee 8:45 -9:45 am Churchill Upper Cafeteria.. 11.. 12.. Headmaster Coffee for Maternelle Parents 8:45 -10:00 am.. 13.. 14.. Admissions Coffee for Prospective Parents 10:00 am -11:30 am.. 15.. 16.. 17.. 18.. 19.. 20.. 21.. 22.. 23.. 24.. 25.. 26.. 27.. 28.. 29.. 30..

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  • Title: Admissions - Dallas International School
    Descriptive info: Requirements.. Application.. Tuition Rates 2013-14.. Admission Calendar.. Student Visas.. Bourses Scolaires Francaises.. Welcome to Dallas International School Admissions Office!.. We are delighted that you are considering Dallas International School as a choice for your child's education.. As the only private school in the Dallas metroplex that offers the French and International Baccalaureate, we are conveniently located on two campuses and offer a unique choice for those seeking a private school in Dallas, Plano, Richardson, and surrounding areas.. We are aware that parents have many options for their children, and would be pleased to help provide any information that will help you in your decision.. We enjoy sharing details about our unique environment and programs that make the experience of attending DIS a life-enriching experience for students and their families.. Please contact us if you have.. any.. questions.. We will also be  ...   AM to 4 PM.. RSVP For.. Admission Events.. Visit Us At Dallas International School!.. To schedule a tour of the campus and classrooms, please call or.. email our Director of Admissions.. , or.. RSVP.. to join us at our scheduled school tour and open house events.. Admissions Coffee Series.. September, January April.. 10:00 a.. m.. to 11:30 a.. Prospective parents meet informally with members of the DIS administrative team over coffee and light French breakfast, followed by a presentation by the Director of Admissions and a questions and answer session.. Optional campus tours follow the program.. Reservations.. are required.. Admissions Preview.. November.. to 12:00 p.. The biggest annual event for prospective parents is our Admissions Preview where interested families will have the opportunity to tour the campus, view the facilities and academic materials and speak with teachers of all grade levels..

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  • Title: Academics - Dallas International School
    Descriptive info: Pre-School/K (Cycle 1-2).. Elementary (Cycle 2).. Elementary (Cycle 3).. Middle School (6th-8th Grade).. French Baccalaureate.. International Baccalaureate.. Athletics Program.. Languages.. Camps.. Class Level Equivalence.. Grading System.. Summer Reading Lists.. French Baccalaureate and International Baccalaureate.. Diploma Programs.. Dallas International School is the only Dallas private school to have its preschool, elementary school and middle school academic programs oriented towards the French Baccalaureate, and follow the French Ministry of National Education Curriculum.. Being an international school its high school students also have the alternative of following the.. program.. These highly-respected diploma programs allow Dallas International School to deliver a rigorous and disciplined course of study.. In all programs, DIS maintains small class sizes to ensure students have a supportive learning environment and a great deal of personal attention.. Currently,  ...   French, English and Other Languages.. Lower School Curriculum.. Courses are delivered in French, English and other languages.. In elementary level classes, 23 hours of instruction is in French and 7 hours in English.. In preschool, 3 hours a day are in French in which art is included and 3 hours a day in English; one day per week, there are 3 hours of Spanish.. The French program for preschool and elementary school is organized in a system of cycles providing the flexibility necessary to accommodate children's diversity, their expectations and rate of development.. Cycles with their set objectives help keep an overall continuity and smooth progression in the learning process.. Handbook For Students and Parents.. Student/Parent Handbook 2012-2013 - Primary School.. Student/Parent Handbook 2012-2013 - Secondary School..

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  • Title: Campus Life - Dallas International School
    Descriptive info: Labs.. Library.. Partnership with UT Dallas.. Arts.. Clubs.. After School.. HOT Help Out Today.. Country of The Year.. Field Trips / Outreach.. Class Travel.. Counseling.. In keeping as one of the top private schools in Dallas, your child's world at DIS is comprised of days full of activities, learning, fun and interaction with other students, their teachers and our staff.. This rich world is enhanced by the many aspects of their day – from the classroom to the playground, on field trips and through attending performances, workshops and presentations.. Even sharing a fun moment during lunch or at a class in the After School Activities Program brings enjoyment and special memories of their life at Dallas International School.. Lower School Campus.. Dallas International School's lower school campus is located at 6039 Churchill Way and was completed in 2001 to originally house the entire school.. With the growth of the school population it is now comprised of pre-school through fifth grade classes.. The lower school campus comprises more than thirty classrooms, a library, a science laboratory, computer centers, a preschool art room, a preschool Spanish room, two cafeterias, an outdoor sports court, two recreational areas equipped with playgrounds, one gymnasium as well as a room destined for motor skills exercises for the younger children and a soccer field.. The school is located in a prime residential area in North Dallas, well known for its high-quality private  ...   support and manage the secondary school.. Our teachers assisted in designing the classrooms, laboratories, visual art spaces and common spaces that provide students with the environment necessary to prepare them for higher learning and self-growth.. The Administration floor consists of a 1,500 square foot Art Room including an Art Gallery to showcase International Baccalaureate student work and 13,500 square feet of administrative offices, parent meeting spaces, a kitchen, cafeteria and a multipurpose space for events and activities.. The second floor is designed for the Middle School consisting of seven spacious classrooms with large picture windows, two language labs, a computer lab, and a welcoming student lounge.. A large 2,500 square foot library for research and additional academic work is also on the second floor and accommodates both middle school and high school students.. The High School is located on the third floor and includes 11 classrooms for the French and International Baccalaureate Track students.. Two state of the art science labs are on the High School floor and a student lounge for students to relax with friends or study between classes.. Both the second and third floors house lounges where teachers can hold meetings, prepare classes and interact with colleagues.. A sports court, sports field and patios will be available Physical Education classes recess and breaks during the day.. The two remaining floors are fit to be renovated to allow flexibility in future growth plans..

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  • Title: Athletics - Dallas International School
    Descriptive info: Athletic Teams.. Coaches.. Athletics.. Jesse Llamas.. Athletic Director.. TAPPS Pre-participation Physical Evaluation:.. Athletic Professional Acknowledgement of Rules.. Pre-Participation Physical Form.. Dallas International School Team Registration( For Coaches to carry to games).. Welcome to Dallas International School, Home of "Les Tigres".. Through participation in athletics, our goal is to develop a competitive character in our student athletes.. As a member of an athletic team, students will learn to be strong leaders, communicators, hard workers and learn to achieve one common goal as a team.. They will learn the importance of commitment to a team, perseverance through adversity and how to demonstrate good sportsmanship on and off of the field.. Our athletic program  ...   him/her to apply these skills and knowledge to new situations in a variety of learning formats.. Traditions.. Dallas International School has been a member of the YMCA, Chamber, and SVAA recreational leagues for 11 years now where we have been a competitive force and winner of several league titles, all of which are on display in the trophy case at DIS.. We are members of the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) so we can compete at a higher level against other schools and develop traditions that will be passed on for generations.. We are also members of the Independent Athletic Association (IAA) for our Middle School students grades 5th-8th..

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  • Title: Supporting DIS - Dallas International School
    Descriptive info: Bold Futures Campaign.. Annual Gala.. Financial Aid Fund.. Sponsors and Donors.. Scrip Program.. Dallas International School is a non-profit, private school and, as all other private schools, relies on income generated through tuitions and contributions to maintain and improve the standard of education its students receive.. Although it is accredited academically by the French Ministry of  ...   our parent organization, Mission Laïque Française, itself is a non- profit organization and, although it has been generous in lending support to DIS, any funding received is very low.. Therefore, additional support gained through fundraising activities is vital in providing the high quality materials, equipment and services needed to give our students the best education possible..

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