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In a livestream event on October 23, the ISI community across the world joined together to mark the beginning of construction on the new Chen Family Lower School. 

The project is the culmination of the ONE ISI Capital Campaign to unify our school on the North Michigan Road Campus. 

The livestream experience included a groundbreaking ceremony on the site of the new lower school, during which Board of Directors President Scott Weaver, ONE ISI campaign lead donors Allison and Stanley Chen, and ISI Head of School Elizabeth Head addressed an in-person audience of approximately 40 people, a gathering severely limited in number due to coronavirus policies. 

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