ISRI has a pre-school Hifz class for the students who are interested in memorizing the whole Qur'an. The class started years ago for the Middle school kids who are able to read Arabic by themselves. The class main focus is memorization with the emphasis on Tajweed rules. Sheikh Awad teaches this class.
In 2014-15 ISRI initiated a new Hifz class for the students who are exceptional in Memorization. The majority of this class are Pre-K and KG. They are not ready to read Arabic fluently, but they memorize through listening with correct Tajweed. Ms. Nadia was the teacher for this class.
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Active Science@ISRI GYM
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Design IT @ISRI GYM
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YMCA (After School Program)
ISRI will partner with the Kent County YMCA
to provide enrichment programs for
the Islamic School of RI. The intent of
these programs will be to support
student academic and social development.
A program that brings together fun
physical activities with hands-on learning
experiences! Active Science creates opportunities for children to play, explore, and discover. Interactive technologies allow youth to participate in individual and team challenges, as well as keep kids engaged and learning while they actively burn calories! Youth will wear activity monitors that will upload their information to tablets. Youth will then be able to track their progress, make predictions, and challenge their friends!
Youth meet once a week to discover, learn, and explore what it takes to be an engineer! Using simple and inexpensive materials students build interesting devices such as powered cars, catapults, and rockets!
Using a program designed by Reebok, youth will get fit
and have fun through a great exercise routine.
Students will experience a variety of different exercises including
strength training, competitions, and running!
Each week will also focus on nutrition
and having a healthy lifestyle.
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Ms. Hanadi is a great artist. She is working in integration with the other teachers to produce masterpieces of Visual Arts. Arts display boards at ISRI is one of the great attractions for ISRI's visitors. Students may go to visit some places around RI to learn and simulate Arts of different cultures.
ISRI was pleased to launch the first showcase night series for the academic year 2014-15. Every department picked one night to perform a show in front of parents at the gym. The performance included reciting Qur'an, singing Anasheed, giving speeches, acting out plays, reciting the poem, etc. Students were fabulous to show how learning is taking place inside classrooms. Parents were amazed to see their kids performing confidently and enthusiastically. Some departments chose to perform a scientific experiment and present some projects of what their kids used work on during their learning. This year ISRI will partnership with JCDRI to increase the Performance of Arts and Drama. Both ISRI and JCDRI will design a program at CDL in Providence.