We would like to invite you to our second barbecue to celebrate with our alumni, IB absolvents, present pupil´s, current (Oberbank, Voest, Borealis, IV, MIBA, Land Oberösterreich, Createam) and future sponsors.
This will take place in a nice atmosphere in the school´s garden, where networking and communication will be in the focus. There will be guests from companies and universities to allow an insight into their work.
Please let us know as soon as possible whether you will be able to attend: email@example.com
The Linz International School Auhof (L.I.S.A) is a state funded school (AHS type). Recent publications in the newspaper referring to privatisation do not refer to our school, they refer to the primary school (Volksschule 53) There won´t be changes for the L.I.S.A.
Die L.I.S.A. ist ein öffentliches Gymnasium. Kürzlich erschienene Zeitungsartikel bezüglich Privatisierung beziehen sich nicht auf die L.I.S.A. im Aubrunnerweg 4, sondern auf die Volksschule 53. Für unsere Schule wird es keine Änderungen geben.
Für Fragen stehe ich gern zur Verfügung:
If you have any questions you can email me:
Mag. Dr. Astrid Wansch (L.I.S.A. Koordinatorin)
The results of the Mascot competition were too close to call, so we have reduced it down to the three most voted mascots.
Please vote before friday (even if you already voted) to help choose the winner!
When?: 6.30 p.m. Where?: RT 1, 2.
Who?: All parents for the next 1l and 1m 2014/15 and interested parents of new international pupils.
PLEASE ALSO TAKE THE CHILDREN ALONG! They will play games together, will get to know each other better and also meet their homeroom teachers. Parents will get detailed information about organisation at the L.I.S.A., as well as about the first school days in September (to make the change from primary school easier). The PTO will introduce itself as well.
We are looking forward to welcoming our new L.I.S.A. parents,
Astrid Wansch (L.I.S.A. Coordinator) and Oliver Kim (IB Coordinator)
On April the 2nd 2014 we had a workshop in Religious Education, in which we learned about being handicapped and how we should deal with it.
Katrin Plank from youngCaritas spent a double lesson with our class and taught us that we should accept people who are different. The slogan was “Behindert ist man nicht, behindert wird man” („You aren’t disabled you get disabled”) ….. read more
Pupils, parents, teachers and friends of the L.I.S.A. celebrate a Festival of intercultural understanding.
NOTE TO PARENTS: Please do not forget to bring the snacks you have prepared to the stands between 2:30 and 3 p.m.!
Thanks for your support, without your donations we could not make this happen!