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SUMMER HOLIDAYS OFFICE HOURS
Registration Office will close on June 24 and
will resume working on August 17, 2013
Business office will close on June 24 and
will resume working on August 3, 2013
Dear ISG Dammam School Families,
As we wrap up a few things before everyone is gone, I want to make sure that people know of some important information:
No report cards are going to be printed for your child unless you request this done. The files at school will have the original so that you can have it at any time in the future, just as always. All grades are posted online and available on Skyward which is open now.
Changes in dress code for grades 9-12: Boys must wear a shirt with a collar. This may be a “polo”, long or short sleeved button down shirt, or collared sport shirt. Further, shirts should not be billboards of advertisements or writings of any sort. Boys’ shorts must be “tailored” and long enough to cover to the knee joint.
It is time to say good-bye to this 2012-13 school year, wish our graduates good luck, and settle into a well deserved summer holiday. I want to thank everyone who came to the graduation ceremony at Dhahran. It was very well attended and beautifully put on by a host of people who did a splendid job. Our graduates are off to adventures in some really great universities all over the world. As our culminating activity for the year, we could not have asked for any better.
I want to take this opportunity to congratulate the whole ISG DMM School Community for what by and large was a successful school year. We had our share of hiccups in different forms, I will not deny that. However I am very pleased in the direction we are heading. We have a dedicated staff, solid curriculum and pedagogy, and are always working toward continuous improvement.
ISG Dammam Principal
WELCOME TO ISG DAMMAM
ISG - Dammam is a not-for-profit institution organized for the education of the expatriate population. The school opened on July 20, 1985 with an enrollment of 150 students. At present ISG - Dammam offers Pre-school to High School and has over 1,300 students representing over 35 different nationalities.
ISG - Dammam employs teachers from countries representing the nationalities of the student population. The student population is made up of 40 nationalities including: American, Canadian, British, Pakistani, Egyptian, Indian, Lebanese, Filipino, Sudanese, Jordanian, South African, and others.
A support staff provides professional services to help carry out non-instructional elements of the school program. All ISG- Dammam educators participate in a strong professional development program.