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Friday, January 20, 2023

“A” Day

For lunch:  Pork or beef nachos, a mixed green salad, raw veggie sticks, Mandarin oranges & assorted fresh fruit.

 

Attention IHS:  If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

 

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

 

Student Council is excited that I❄️FEST will be back this year!  It will be held next week. For those of you who are new to IHS, I❄️FEST is our Winter Spirit Week.  During the week there will be tables set up in The Commons during lunches promoting different clubs who will sell items as fundraisers. There will also be themed Spirit Days! Monday is Dress Like a Teacher Day (for students) and Dress Like a Student Day (for teachers & faculty). And, the week will end with a Winter Semi-Formal Dance on Saturday, January 28.  We are looking forward to a fun filled I❄️FEST week! 

 

For your spirit wear, the I❄️FEST 2023 long sleeve t-shirts and sweatshirts are in!! They will be sold in The Commons during all lunches.

Prices:

Long sleeve t-shirts:  $15.00

Crew neck sweatshirts:  $20.00

 

The Freshman Class will be having an online store as a fundraiser from January 29 to February 3. All sales will be online which means your friends and relatives can get items delivered straight to their houses or to the school for Freshmen to deliver. Post a code and have your parents do the same online.  Freshmen:  Get the flyer from your Social Studies classes next week for more information. It's so easy to register as a seller! Top seller will get a $30 gift card of their choice.  Second best seller will get a $10 gift card. Please support the Freshmen Class and show your school spirit!

 

Attention Eagles:  From now until February 3, Evelyn Dean and Taylor Flynn will be collecting money during 5th & 6th period lunches in The Commons for The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation. The funding will go towards research to discover fewer toxic treatments that kids have to go through. The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation is making this happen by a unique collaborative research initiative called The Sunshine Project. The treatment kids go through right now is the same as what adults go through. That is very unsafe. As people know, all doses don’t work for everyone. We want to educate others on how to change people’s lives. Giving is not just about making a donation, it is about making a difference.  

 

Attention actors and actresses! Would you like to win an all-expense paid trip to New York City? The English-Speaking Union is once again offering its annual Shakespeare competition! Our school competition will be after school on Thursday, January 26 in the Irwin Center. Memorize 20 lines of a Shakesperean monologue and perform it without any accents, costumes or props in front of a panel of IHS judges. One person will be chosen to represent our school in the regional competition in the spring, and the winner of that competition gets a free trip to New York City to compete in the national competition! Sign up on the list by the Performing Arts Office. Packets are available outside the Performing Arts Office. Monologues are also in the Library and Information School Schoology course. See Mr. Rugg or Mr. Thomas for more information!

 

The Winter Semi-Formal Dance tickets are on sale during lunch periods in The Commons and outside the Large Café for $10 each. Tickets are limited! Dance tickets will not be sold at the door.

 

Hey IHS! Keep those shoes coming...we are at 302 pairs!  Sneakers can be donated in the Main Office or to Ms. Behrens in Room 3057.

 

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

 

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

Today's Future Friday guest will be the New York State Troopers - stop down to The Commons during lunches to learn more about a career as a NY State Trooper. 

 

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a Monroe County Sheriff? Think about applying for the free Monroe County Teen Police Academy where you spend one week in the summer learning all about this career opportunity. Students grades 9-12 are invited to apply by March 17. You must be in good physical condition and in good academic standing. See Mrs. Bucciarelli for more details about the application process.

 

Thursday, January 19, 2023

“B” Day

For lunch:  Regular or spicy chicken patty sandwich, seasoned carrots, raw veggie sticks, diced peaches & assorted fresh fruit.

 

Attention IHS:  If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

 

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

 

Student Council is excited that I❄️FEST will be back this year!  It will be held next week. For those of you who are new to IHS, I❄️FEST is our Winter Spirit Week.  During the week there will be tables set up in The Commons during lunches promoting different clubs who will sell items as fundraisers. And the week will end with a Winter Semi-Formal Dance on Saturday, January 28.  We are looking forward to a fun filled I❄️FEST week! 

 

For your spirit wear, the I❄️FEST 2023 long sleeve t-shirts and sweatshirts are in!! They will be sold in The Commons during all lunches.

Prices:

Long sleeve t-shirts:  $15.00

Crew neck sweatshirts:  $20.00

 

The Freshman Class will be having an online store as a fundraiser from January 29 to February 3. All sales will be online which means your friends and relatives can get items delivered straight to their houses or to the school for Freshmen to deliver. Post a code and have your parents do the same online.  Freshmen:  Get the flyer from your Social Studies classes next week for more information. It's so easy to register as a seller! Top seller will get a $30 gift card of their choice.  Second best seller will get a $10 gift card. Please support the Freshmen Class and show your school spirit!

 

The next Art Club meeting will be held after school TODAY from 3:10 pm to 4:10 pm.in Ms. Jacobs’ room (#1150). We will be working on character design.

 

Attention Eagles:  From now until February 3, Evelyn Dean and Taylor Flynn will be collecting money during 5th & 6th period lunches in The Commons for The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation. The funding will go towards research to discover fewer toxic treatments that kids have to go through. The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation is making this happen by a unique collaborative research initiative called The Sunshine Project. The treatment kids go through right now is the same as what adults go through. That is very unsafe. As people know, all doses don’t work for everyone. We want to educate others on how to change people’s lives. Giving is not just about making a donation, it is about making a difference.  

 

Attention actors and actresses! Would you like to win an all-expense paid trip to New York City? The English-Speaking Union is once again offering its annual Shakespeare competition! Our school competition will be after school on Thursday, January 26 in the Irwin Center. Memorize 20 lines of a Shakesperean monologue and perform it without any accents, costumes or props in front of a panel of IHS judges. One person will be chosen to represent our school in the regional competition in the spring, and the winner of that competition gets a free trip to New York City to compete in the national competition! Sign up on the list by the Performing Arts Office. Packets are available outside the Performing Arts Office. Monologues are also in the Library and Information School Schoology course. See Mr. Rugg or Mr. Thomas for more information!

 

The Winter Semi-Formal Dance tickets are on sale during lunch periods in The Commons and outside the Large Café for $10 each. Tickets are limited! Dance tickets will not be sold at the door.

 

Hey IHS! Keep those shoes coming...we are at 302 pairs!  Sneakers can be donated in the Main Office or to Ms. Behrens in Room 3057.

 

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

 

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

This week's Future Friday guest will be the New York State Troopers - stop down to The Commons during lunches to learn more about a career as a NY State Trooper. 

 

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a Monroe County Sheriff? Think about applying for the free Monroe County Teen Police Academy where you spend one week in the summer learning all about this career opportunity. Students grades 9-12 are invited to apply by March 17. You must be in good physical condition and in good academic standing. See Mrs. Bucciarelli for more details about the application process.

 

Wednesday, January 18, 2023

“A” Day

For lunch:  Mozzarella stick w/sauce & dinner roll, steamed broccoli, raw veggie sticks & assorted fresh fruit.

 

Attention IHS:  If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

 

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

 

Student Council is excited that I❄️FEST will be back this year!  It will be held next week. For those of you who are new to IHS, I❄️FEST is our Winter Spirit Week.  During the week there will be tables set up in The Commons during lunches promoting different clubs who will sell items as fundraisers. And the week will end with a Winter Semi-Formal Dance on Saturday, January 28.  We are looking forward to a fun filled I❄️FEST week! 

 

For your spirit wear, the I❄️FEST 2023 long sleeve t-shirts and sweatshirts are in!! They will be sold in The Commons during all lunches.

Prices:

Long sleeve t-shirts:  $15.00

Crew neck sweatshirts:  $20.00

 

The next Art Club meeting will be held after school TOMORROW from 3:10 pm to 4:10 pm.in Ms. Jacobs’ room (#1150). We will be working on character design.

 

Attention Eagles:  From now until February 3, Evelyn Dean and Taylor Flynn will be collecting money during 5th & 6th period lunches in The Commons for The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation. The funding will go towards research to discover fewer toxic treatments that kids have to go through. The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation is making this happen by a unique collaborative research initiative called The Sunshine Project. The treatment kids go through right now is the same as what adults go through. That is very unsafe. As people know, all doses don’t work for everyone. We want to educate others on how to change people’s lives. Giving is not just about making a donation, it is about making a difference.  

 

Attention actors and actresses! Would you like to win an all-expense paid trip to New York City? The English-Speaking Union is once again offering its annual Shakespeare competition! Our school competition will be after school on Thursday, January 26 in the Irwin Center. Memorize 20 lines of a Shakesperean monologue and perform it without any accents, costumes or props in front of a panel of IHS judges. One person will be chosen to represent our school in the regional competition in the spring, and the winner of that competition gets a free trip to New York City to compete in the national competition! Sign up on the list by the Performing Arts Office. Packets are available outside the Performing Arts Office. Monologues are also in the Library and Information School Schoology course. See Mr. Rugg or Mr. Thomas for more information!

 

The Winter Semi-Formal Dance tickets are on sale during lunch periods in The Commons and outside the Large Café for $10 each. Tickets are limited! Dance tickets will not be sold at the door.

 

Amnesty International Club’s Winter Clothing Drive is looking for gently used winter clothes to donate to the Open Door Mission. We are especially looking for coats, sweaters, hats and gloves for the homeless in the Rochester community. We will also take any winter clothes, all sizes, for families in poverty. Clothing donation boxes are in The Commons. Thank you for your generosity! 

 

Please consider donating used sneakers for a good cause and clean out your closet at the same time. Sneakers can be donated in the Main Office or to Ms. Behrens in Room 3057.

 

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

 

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

This week's Future Friday guest will be the New York State Troopers - stop down to The Commons during lunches to learn more about a career as a NY State Trooper. 

 

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a Monroe County Sheriff? Think about applying for the free Monroe County Teen Police Academy where you spend one week in the summer learning all about this career opportunity. Students grades 9-12 are invited to apply by March 17. You must be in good physical condition and in good academic standing. See Mrs. Bucciarelli for more details about the application process.

 

Wednesday, January 18, 2023

“A” Day

For lunch:  Mozzarella stick w/sauce & dinner roll, steamed broccoli, raw veggie sticks & assorted fresh fruit.

 

Attention IHS:  If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

 

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

 

Student Council is excited that I❄️FEST will be back this year!  It will be held next week. For those of you who are new to IHS, I❄️FEST is our Winter Spirit Week.  During the week there will be tables set up in The Commons during lunches promoting different clubs who will sell items as fundraisers. And the week will end with a Winter Semi-Formal Dance on Saturday, January 28.  We are looking forward to a fun filled I❄️FEST week! 

 

For your spirit wear, the I❄️FEST 2023 long sleeve t-shirts and sweatshirts are in!! They will be sold in The Commons during all lunches.

Prices:

Long sleeve t-shirts:  $15.00

Crew neck sweatshirts:  $20.00

 

The next Art Club meeting will be held after school TOMORROW from 3:10 pm to 4:10 pm.in Ms. Jacobs’ room (#1150). We will be working on character design.

 

Attention Eagles:  From now until February 3, Evelyn Dean and Taylor Flynn will be collecting money during 5th & 6th period lunches in The Commons for The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation. The funding will go towards research to discover fewer toxic treatments that kids have to go through. The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation is making this happen by a unique collaborative research initiative called The Sunshine Project. The treatment kids go through right now is the same as what adults go through. That is very unsafe. As people know, all doses don’t work for everyone. We want to educate others on how to change people’s lives. Giving is not just about making a donation, it is about making a difference.  

 

Attention actors and actresses! Would you like to win an all-expense paid trip to New York City? The English-Speaking Union is once again offering its annual Shakespeare competition! Our school competition will be after school on Thursday, January 26 in the Irwin Center. Memorize 20 lines of a Shakesperean monologue and perform it without any accents, costumes or props in front of a panel of IHS judges. One person will be chosen to represent our school in the regional competition in the spring, and the winner of that competition gets a free trip to New York City to compete in the national competition! Sign up on the list by the Performing Arts Office. Packets are available outside the Performing Arts Office. Monologues are also in the Library and Information School Schoology course. See Mr. Rugg or Mr. Thomas for more information!

 

The Winter Semi-Formal Dance tickets are on sale during lunch periods in The Commons and outside the Large Café for $10 each. Tickets are limited! Dance tickets will not be sold at the door.

 

Amnesty International Club’s Winter Clothing Drive is looking for gently used winter clothes to donate to the Open Door Mission. We are especially looking for coats, sweaters, hats and gloves for the homeless in the Rochester community. We will also take any winter clothes, all sizes, for families in poverty. Clothing donation boxes are in The Commons. Thank you for your generosity! 

 

Please consider donating used sneakers for a good cause and clean out your closet at the same time. Sneakers can be donated in the Main Office or to Ms. Behrens in Room 3057.

 

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

 

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

This week's Future Friday guest will be the New York State Troopers - stop down to The Commons during lunches to learn more about a career as a NY State Trooper. 

 

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a Monroe County Sheriff? Think about applying for the free Monroe County Teen Police Academy where you spend one week in the summer learning all about this career opportunity. Students grades 9-12 are invited to apply by March 17. You must be in good physical condition and in good academic standing. See Mrs. Bucciarelli for more details about the application process.

 

Tuesday, January 17, 2023

“B” Day

It’s Taco Tuesday! For lunch:  Tacos w/trimmings, seasoned corn, raw veggie sticks, applesauce & assorted fresh fruit.

 

Attention IHS:  If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

 

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

 

Student Council is excited that I❄️FEST will be back this year!  It will be held next week. For those of you new to IHS, I❄️FEST is our Winter Spirit Week.  During the week there will be tables set up in The Commons during lunches promoting different clubs who will sell items as fundraisers. And the week will end with a Winter Semi-Formal Dance on Saturday, January 28.  We are looking forward to a fun filled I❄️FEST week! 

 

For your spirit wear, the I❄️FEST 2023 long sleeve t-shirts and sweatshirts are in!! They will be sold in The Commons during all lunches.

Prices:

Long sleeve t-shirts:  $15.00

Crew neck sweatshirts:  $20.00

 

Attention Eagles:  From now until February 3, Evelyn Dean and Taylor Flynn will be collecting money during 5th & 6th period lunches in The Commons for The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation. The funding will go towards research to discover fewer toxic treatments that kids have to go through. The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation is making this happen by a unique collaborative research initiative called The Sunshine Project. The treatment kids go through right now is the same as what adults go through. That is very unsafe. As people know, all doses don’t work for everyone. We want to educate others on how to change people’s lives. Giving is not just about making a donation, it is about making a difference.  

 

Attention actors and actresses! Would you like to win an all-expense paid trip to New York City? The English-Speaking Union is once again offering its annual Shakespeare competition! Our school competition will be after school on Thursday, January 26 in the Irwin Center. Memorize 20 lines of a Shakesperean monologue and perform it without any accents, costumes or props in front of a panel of IHS judges. One person will be chosen to represent our school in the regional competition in the spring, and the winner of that competition gets a free trip to New York City to compete in the national competition! Sign up on the list by the Performing Arts Office. Packets are available outside the Performing Arts Office. Monologues are also in the Library and Information School Schoology course. See Mr. Rugg or Mr. Thomas for more information!

 

The Winter Semi-Formal Dance tickets are on sale during lunch periods in The Commons and outside the Large Café for $10 each. Tickets are limited!

 

Amnesty International Club’s Winter Clothing Drive is looking for gently used winter clothes to donate to the Open Door Mission. We are especially looking for coats, sweaters, hats and gloves for the homeless in the Rochester community. We will also take any winter clothes, all sizes, for families in poverty. Clothing donation boxes are in The Commons. Thank you for your generosity! 

 

Please consider donating used sneakers for a good cause and clean out your closet at the same time. Sneakers can be donated in the Main Office or to Ms. Behrens in Room 3057.

 

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

 

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a Monroe County Sheriff? Think about applying for the free Monroe County Teen Police Academy where you spend one week in the summer learning all about this career opportunity. Students grades 9-12 are invited to apply by March 17. You must be in good physical condition and in good academic standing. See Mrs. Bucciarelli for more details about the application process.

 

Attention Work Study Students- The second marking period ends this month. You must have your signed employer turned in to remain enrolled in the program. Don't forget to submit paystubs and posts.

 

If you are working and would like to learn how to earn school credit for your job- please see Mrs. Bucciarelli in the Career Center.

 

 

 

Friday, January 13, 2023

“A” Day

For lunch:  A hot chicken fajita wrap, Romaine salad, raw veggie sticks, fruit cocktail & assorted fresh fruit.

 

Attention IHS:  If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

 

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

 

Student Council is excited that I❄️FEST will be back this year!  It will be held January 23-26. For those of you new to IHS, I❄️FEST is our Winter Spirit Week.  During the week there will be tables set up in The Commons during lunches promoting different clubs who will sell items as fundraisers. And the week will end with a Winter Semi-Formal Dance on Saturday, January 28.  We are looking forward to a fun filled I❄️FEST week! 

 

For your spirit wear, the I❄️FEST 2023 long sleeve t-shirts and sweatshirts are in!! They will be sold in The Commons during all lunches starting Monday.

Prices:

Long sleeve t-shirts:  $15.00

Crew neck sweatshirts:  $20.00

 

Attention actors and actresses! Would you like to win an all-expense paid trip to New York City? The English-Speaking Union is once again offering its annual Shakespeare competition! Our school competition will be after school on Thursday, January 26 in the Irwin Center. Memorize 20 lines of a Shakesperean monologue and perform it without any accents, costumes or props in front of a panel of IHS judges. One person will be chosen to represent our school in the regional competition in the spring, and the winner of that competition gets a free trip to New York City to compete in the national competition! Sign up on the list by the Performing Arts Office. Packets are available outside the Performing Arts Office. Monologues are also in the Library and Information School Schoology course. See Mr. Rugg or Mr. Thomas for more information!

 

The Winter Semi-Formal Dance tickets will be on sale during lunch periods in The Commons and outside the Large Café for $10 each. Hurry and get yours. Tickets are limited!

 

Amnesty International Club is holding a Winter Clothing Drive. Please look through your closets and find some gently used winter clothes to donate to the Open Door Mission. We are especially looking for coats, sweaters, hats and gloves for the homeless in the Rochester community. We will also take any winter clothes, all sizes, for families in poverty. Clothing donation boxes are in The Commons until next Tuesday, Jan. 17. Thank you for your generosity! 

 

The results are in for the World Language elective course for next year! You, the students, voted on four choices- and the winner is...American Sign Language! This is a 1/2-credit elective course and cannot replace any of our four major language courses in French, Spanish, Italian, or German, but can be studied along with those courses. See your counselor to find out if this exciting course can be added to your schedule for next year!

 

Please consider donating used sneakers for a good cause and clean out your closet at the same time. Sneakers can be donated in the Main Office or to Ms. Behrens in Room 3057.

 

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

 

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a Monroe County Sheriff? Think about applying for the free Monroe County Teen Police Academy where you spend one week in the summer learning all about this career opportunity. Students grades 9-12 are invited to apply by March 17. You must be in good physical condition and in good academic standing. See Mrs. Bucciarelli for more details about the application process.

 

This week’s Future Friday Guest will be the Carpenters Union. Stop by The Commons during lunches TODAY and learn about amazing high paying career opportunities directly out of high school.

 

Attention Work Study Students- The second marking period ends this month. You must have your signed employer turned in to remain enrolled in the program. Don't forget to submit paystubs and posts.

 

If you are working and would like to learn how to earn school credit for your job- please see Mrs. Bucciarelli in the Career Center.



Thursday, January 12, 2023

“B” Day

For lunch:  Stir-fry chicken w/fried rice & fortune cookie stir-fry vegetables, steamed broccoli, raw veggie sticks & diced peaches.

 

Attention IHS:  If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

 

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

 

The Future Educators of America will be canceled for this week but will resume going to Iroquois for tutoring next Thursday.

 

Attention actors and actresses! Would you like to win an all-expense paid trip to New York City? The English-Speaking Union is once again offering its annual Shakespeare competition! Our school competition will be after school on Thursday, January 26 in the Irwin Center. Memorize 20 lines of a Shakesperean monologue and perform it without any accents, costumes or props in front of a panel of IHS judges. One person will be chosen to represent our school in the regional competition in the spring, and the winner of that competition gets a free trip to New York City to compete in the national competition! Sign up on the list by the Performing Arts Office. Packets are available outside the Performing Arts Office. Monologues are also in the Library and Information School Schoology course. See Mr. Rugg or Mr. Thomas for more information!

 

Hello IHS:  The Winter Semi-Formal Dance tickets will be on sale during lunch periods in The Commons and outside the Large Café for $10 each. Hurry and get yours. Tickets are limited!

 

Attention all students, join us for a new club, the Change the Future Club.  We will meet every Wednesday from 3-3:30 in Mrs. Georges' room, #3064. This club will focus on changing the field of education for the future.  

 

Amnesty International Club is holding a Winter Clothing Drive. Please look through your closets and find some gently used winter clothes to donate to the Open Door Mission. We are especially looking for coats, sweaters, hats and gloves for the homeless in the Rochester community. We will also take any winter clothes, all sizes, for families in poverty. Clothing donation boxes are in The Commons until next Tuesday, Jan. 17. Thank you for your generosity! 

 

The results are in for the World Language elective course for next year! You, the students, voted on four choices- and the winner is...American Sign Language! This is a 1/2-credit elective course and cannot replace any of our four major language courses in French, Spanish, Italian, or German, but can be studied along with those courses. See your counselor to find out if this exciting course can be added to your schedule for next year!

 

Please consider donating used sneakers for a good cause and clean out your closet at the same time. Sneakers can be donated in the Main Office or to Ms. Behrens in Room 3057.

 

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

 

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a Monroe County Sheriff? Think about applying for the free Monroe County Teen Police Academy where you spend one week in the summer learning all about this career opportunity. Students grades 9-12 are invited to apply by March 17. You must be in good physical condition and in good academic standing. See Mrs. Bucciarelli for more details about the application process.

 

This week’s Future Friday Guest will be the Carpenters Union. Stop by The Commons during lunches TOMORROW and learn about amazing high paying career opportunities directly out of high school.

 

Attention Work Study Students- The second marking period ends this month. You must have your signed employer turned in to remain enrolled in the program. Don't forget to submit paystubs and posts.

 

If you are working and would like to learn how to earn school credit for your job- please see Mrs Bucciarelli in the Career Center.

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, January 11, 2023

“A” Day

For lunch:  Bosco cheese-filled breadsticks w/marinara, steamed broccoli, raw veggie sticks & assorted fresh fruit.

 

Attention IHS:  If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

 

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

 

The Future Educators of America will be canceled for this week but will resume going to Iroquois for tutoring next Thursday.

 

Hey IHS! Are you hungry to support the Class of 2024?  Come on down to Chipotle TODAY from 4-8 pm.  Thanks for chipping in for the Junior Prom!

 

Attention actors and actresses! Would you like to win an all-expense paid trip to New York City? The English-Speaking Union is once again offering its annual Shakespeare competition! Our school competition will be after school on Thursday, January 26 in the Irwin Center. Memorize 20 lines of a Shakesperean monologue and perform it without any accents , costumes, or props in front of a panel of IHS judges. One person will be chosen to represent our school in the regional competition in the spring, and the winner of that competition gets a free trip to New York City to compete in the national competition! Sign up on the list by the Performing Arts Office. Packets are available outside the Performing Arts Office. Monologues are also in the Library and Information School Schoology course. See Mr. Rugg or Mr. Thomas for more information!

 

Hello IHS:  Semi-Formal Dance tickets will be on sale during lunch periods in The Commons and outside the large Café for $10 each. Hurry and get yours. Tickets are limited!

 

There will be a new member Bristol Mtn. Ski & Snowboard Club meeting TODAY in Miss Heinlein's room, #3025. This meeting is mandatory for new members and suggested for returning members. Reminder, our first trip to Bristol is this Friday, the 13th! 

 

Attention all students, join us for a new club, the Change the Future Club.  We will meet every Wednesday from 3-3:30 in Mrs. Georges' room, #3064. This club will focus on changing the field of education for the future.  

 

Amnesty International Club is holding a Winter Clothing Drive. Please look through your closets and find some gently used winter clothes to donate to the Open Door Mission. We are especially looking for coats, sweaters, hats and gloves for the homeless in the Rochester community. We will also take any winter clothes, all sizes, for families in poverty. Clothing donation boxes are in The Commons starting TODAY until next Tuesday, Jan. 17. Thank you for your generosity! 

 

The results are in for the World Language elective course for next year! You, the students, voted on four choices- and the winner is...American Sign Language! This is a 1/2-credit elective course and cannot replace any of our four major language courses in French, Spanish, Italian, or German, but can be studied along with those courses. See your counselor to find out if this exciting course can be added to your schedule for next year!

 

Please consider donating used sneakers for a good cause and clean out your closet at the same time. Sneakers can be donated in the Main Office or to Ms. Behrens in Room 3057.

 

Attention Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors!  The 1:1 meeting with your school counselors to choose your classes for next year are starting! All meetings have been scheduled. If you need a reminder of when your appointment is, you can ask your English teacher before or after class, email your school counselor or stop by the Counseling Center outside of class time. Please come directly to the Counseling Center at the time of your appointment.

 

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a Monroe County Sheriff? Think about applying for the free Monroe County Teen Police Academy where you spend one week in the summer learning all about this career opportunity. Students grades 9-12 are invited to apply by March 17. You must be in good physical condition and in good academic standing. See Mrs. Bucciarelli for more details about the application process.

 

This week’s Future Friday Guest will be the Carpenters Union. Stop by The Commons during lunches and learn about amazing high paying career opportunities directly out of high school.

 

Attention Work Study Students- The second marking period ends this month. You must have your signed employer turned in to remain enrolled in the program. Don't forget to submit paystubs and posts.

 

If you are working and would like to learn how to earn school credit for your job- please see Mrs Bucciarelli in the Career Center.

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, January 10, 2023

“B” Day

For lunch:  Macaroni & cheese (regular or Buffalo), mixed vegetables, raw veggie sticks, applesauce & fresh fruit.

 

Attention IHS:  If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

 

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

 

Attention actors and actresses! Would you like to win an all-expense paid trip to New York City? The English-Speaking Union is once again offering its annual Shakespeare competition! Our school competition will be after school on Thursday, January 26 in the Irwin Center. Memorize 20 lines of a Shakesperean monologue and perform it without any accents , costumes, or props in front of a panel of IHS judges. One person will be chosen to represent our school in the regional competition in the spring, and the winner of that competition gets a free trip to New York City to compete in the national competition! Sign up on the list by the Performing Arts Office. Packets are available outside the Performing Arts Office. Monologues are also in the Library and Information School Schoology course. See Mr. Rugg or Mr. Thomas for more information!

 

Hello IHS:  Semi-Formal Dance tickets will be on sale during lunch periods in The Commons and outside the large Café for $10 each. Hurry and get yours. Tickets are limited!

 

There will be a new member Bristol Mtn. Ski & Snowboard Club meeting TOMORROW in Miss Heinlein's room, #3025. This meeting is mandatory for new members and suggested for returning members. Reminder, our first trip to Bristol is this Friday, the 13th! 

 

Attention all students, join us for a new club, the Change the Future Club.  We will meet every Wednesday from 3-3:30 in Mrs. Georges' room, #3064. This club will focus on changing the field of education for the future.  

 

Student Models Needed:  Any student interested in being a part of the 'I Matter At IHS' photo project, you're welcome to come after school Tuesday, Jan. 10 to the Photo Room #1148 from 3-3:20 pm. Grace DelPrete will be taking photos to include in the series.  

 

Amnesty International Club is holding a Winter Clothing Drive. Please look through your closets and find some gently used winter clothes to donate to the Open Door Mission. We are especially looking for coats, sweaters, hats and gloves for the homeless in the Rochester community. We will also take any winter clothes, all sizes, for families in poverty. Clothing donation boxes are in The Commons from Tuesday, Jan. 10 until next Tuesday, Jan. 17. Thank you for your generosity! 

 

The results are in for the World Language elective course for next year! You, the students, voted on four choices- and the winner is...American Sign Language! This is a 1/2-credit elective course and cannot replace any of our four major language courses in French, Spanish, Italian, or German, but can be studied along with those courses. See your counselor to find out if this exciting course can be added to your schedule for next year!

 

Hey IHS!  Did you update your sneakers over vacation and need to get rid of an old pair? Please consider donating them for a good cause and clean out your closet at the same time. Sneakers can be donated in the Main Office or to Ms. Behrens in Room 3057.

 

Attention Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors!  The 1:1 meetings with your school counselors to choose your classes for next year are starting! All meetings have been scheduled. If you need a reminder of when your appointment is, you can ask your English teacher before or after class, email your school counselor or stop by the Counseling Center outside of class time. Please come directly to the Counseling Center at the time of your appointment.

 

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

This week’s Future Friday Guest will be the Carpenters Union. Stop by The Commons during lunches and learn about amazing high paying career opportunities directly out of high school.

 

Attention Work Study Students- The second marking period ends this month. You must have your signed employer turned in to remain enrolled in the program. Don't forget to submit paystubs and posts.

 

If you are working and would like to learn how to earn school credit for your job- please see Mrs Bucciarelli in the Career Center.

 

 

Monday, January 9, 2023

“A” Day

For lunch:  A hamburger or bacon cheeseburger, tater tots, raw veggie sticks, diced pears & assorted fresh fruit.

 

Attention IHS:  If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

 

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

 

Student Models Needed:  Any student interested in being a part of the 'I Matter At IHS' photo project, you're welcome to come after school Tuesday, Jan. 10 to the Photo Room #1148 from 3-3:20 pm. Grace DelPrete will be taking photos to include in the series.  

 

Amnesty International Club is holding a Winter Clothing Drive. Please look through your closets and find some gently used winter clothes to donate to the Open Door Mission. We are especially looking for coats, sweaters, hats and gloves for the homeless in the Rochester community. We will also take any winter clothes, all sizes, for families in poverty. Clothing donation boxes are in The Commons from Tuesday, Jan. 10 until next Tuesday, Jan. 17. Thank you for your generosity! 

 

The results are in for the World Language elective course for next year! You, the students, voted on four choices- and the winner is...American Sign Language! This is a 1/2-credit elective course and cannot replace any of our 4 major language courses in French, Spanish, Italian, or German, but can be studied along with those courses. See your counselor to find out if this exciting course can be added to your schedule for next year!

 

Hey IHS!  Did you update your sneakers over vacation and need to get rid of an old pair? Please consider donating them for a good cause and clean out your closet at the same time! We're approaching 300 donated pairs and are on our way to hit our target of 800 pairs by the end of the year! Keep those sneakers coming! Sneakers can be donated in the Main Office or to Ms. Behrens in Room 3057.

 

Attention Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors!  The 1:1 meetings with your school counselors to choose your classes for next year are starting! All meetings have been scheduled. If you need a reminder of when your appointment is, you can ask your English teacher before or after class, email your school counselor or stop by the Counseling Center outside of class time. Please come directly to the Counseling Center at the time of your appointment.

 

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

 

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

Attention Work Study Students- Please return your signed employer form and submit paystubs and posts to stay in the program.

 

 

 

Friday, January 6, 2023

“B” Day

For lunch:  A hot meatball (beef) sub w/a leafy green salad, raw veggie sticks, Mandarin oranges & assorted fresh fruit.

 

Attention IHS:  If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

 

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

 

The results are in for the World Language elective course for next year! You, the students, voted on four choices- and the winner is...American Sign Language! This is a 1/2-credit elective course and cannot replace any of our 4 major language courses in French, Spanish, Italian, or German, but can be studied along with those courses. See your counselor to find out if this exciting course can be added to your schedule for next year!

 

Amnesty International Club is also holding a Winter Clothing Drive in The Commons from Jan. 10-17.  Please look through your closets and find some gently used winter gear (coats, sweaters, hats, gloves) that we can drop off at The Open Door Mission. Thanks for helping others this winter season! 

 

Hey IHS!  Did you update your sneakers over vacation and need to get rid of an old pair? Please consider donating them for a good cause and clean out your closet at the same time! We're approaching 300 donated pairs and are on our way to hit our target of 800 pairs by the end of the year! Keep those sneakers coming! Sneakers can be donated in the Main Office or to Ms. Behrens in Room 3057.

 

Attention Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors!  The 1:1 meetings with your school counselors to choose your classes for next year are starting! All meetings have been scheduled. If you need a reminder of when your appointment is, you can ask your English teacher before or after class, email your school counselor or stop by the Counseling Center outside of class time. Please come directly to the Counseling Center at the time of your appointment.

 

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

 

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

Today's Future Friday Guest will be Union Local #46 representing Installation/Fabrication of Sheet Metal products, Welders, HVAC Service Technicians & HVAC Installers. Stop by The Commons during lunches and learn about amazing high paying career opportunities directly out of high school.

 

Attention Work Study Students- Please return your signed employer form and submit paystubs and posts to stay in the program.

 

 

Tuesday, January 4, 2023

“A” Day

For lunch: French toast sticks w/pork sausage patty, warm cinnamon apples, raw veggie & assorted fresh fruit.

Attention IHS: If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

Hey IHS! Did you update your sneakers over vacation and need to get rid of an old pair? Please consider donating them for a good cause and clean out your closet at the same time! We're approaching 300 donated pairs and are on our way to hit our target of 800 pairs by the end of the year! Keep those sneakers coming! Sneakers can be donated in the Main Office or to Ms. Behrens in Room 3057.

This month, Amnesty International Club will be holding a Winter Clothing Drive. Please look through your closets and find some gently used winter clothes to donate to the Open Door Mission. We are especially looking for coats, hats and gloves. Clothing donation boxes will be in The Commons next week (January 9-13). Thank you for helping others this winter season.

Attention Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors! The 1:1 meetings with your school counselors to choose your classes for next year are starting! All meetings have been scheduled. If you need a reminder of when your appointment is, you can ask your English teacher before or after class, email your school counselor or stop by the Counseling Center outside of class time. Please come directly to the Counseling Center at the time of your appointment.

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

This week's Future Friday Guest will be Union Local #46 representing Installation/Fabrication of Sheet Metal products, Welders, HVAC Service Technicians & HVAC Installers. Stop by The Commons area during lunches on Friday and learn about amazing high paying career opportunities directly out of high school.

Attention Work Study Students- Please return your signed employer form and submit paystubs and posts to stay in the program.

 



Friday, December 23, 2022

“B” Day

For lunch:  Pork or beef nachos, mixed green salad, raw veggie sticks, fruit cocktail & assorted fresh fruit.

 

Attention IHS:  If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

 

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

 

In January, Amnesty International Club will be holding a Winter Clothing Drive. Over break, please look through your closets and find some gently used winter clothes to donate to the Open Door Mission. We are especially looking for coats, hats and gloves. Clothing donation boxes will be in The Commons the week of January 9-13. Thank you for helping others this winter season.

 

Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors - Starting after break, you will all have a 1:1 meeting with your school counselor to choose your classes for next year! All meetings have already been scheduled and you will find out this week in your English classes when yours is. Please write it down in your planner or put it in your phone with an alert! If you need a reminder of when your appointment is, you can ask your English teacher before or after class, email your school counselor or stop by the Counseling Center (outside of class time) and ask Mrs. Cassetta, Mrs. Hefner or Mrs. Heuber.

 

Last minute holiday shoppers! There is a clothing sale in the Bookstore! Quantities and sizes are limited. Stop by during lunches if you are interested in purchasing any hoodie, t-shirt or sweatpants. Forms of payment accepted are cash or checks made out “IHS Bookstore.”

 

IHS we have collected 243 sneakers already! That's 30% of our goal! Let's keep going strong! The fundraiser is ongoing, and sneakers will be taken at any time. So, keep that in mind with the holidays coming up. Clean out your closets and entryways and donate a pair after the holiday break! Sneakers can be donated to the Main Office or to Ms. Behrens in Room 3057. Have a wonderful and happy holiday!

 

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

 

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

Are you a born salesperson? Would you like to develop a skill set before heading off to the working world? The Yearbook Club is looking for a business ad salesperson to complement their club. Benefits include free food, developing a new skill, resumé building and a great reference. See Mrs. Jaynes if interested.

 

Attention students living in the Brookview neighborhood- a community member is looking to hire a cat sitter for Dec 28-Jan. 11. See Mrs. Bucciarelli in the Career Center for details. 

 

Work Study Students- please bring your signed employer forms in by Friday, Dec 23. Reminder: Paystubs and posts are required!

 

 

 

Thursday, December 22, 2022

“A” Day

For lunch:  A regular or spicy chicken patty sandwich, seasoned carrots, raw veggie sticks & golden diced peaches.

 

Attention IHS:  If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

 

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

 

Amnesty International Club students:  Please swing by Ms, Reinert’s room (#1148) after school TODAY for a short meeting and some hot cocoa!

 

In January, Amnesty International Club will be holding a Winter Clothing Drive. Over break, please look through your closets and find some gently used winter clothes to donate to the Open Door Mission. We are especially looking for coats, hats and gloves. Clothing donation boxes will be in The Commons the week of January 9-13. Thank you for helping others this winter season.

 

Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors - Starting after break, you will all have a 1:1 meeting with your school counselor to choose your classes for next year! All meetings have already been scheduled and you will find out this week in your English classes when yours is. Please write it down in your planner or put it in your phone with an alert! If you need a reminder of when your appointment is, you can ask your English teacher before or after class, email your school counselor or stop by the Counseling Center (outside of class time) and ask Mrs. Cassetta, Mrs. Hefner or Mrs. Heuber.

 

Last minute holiday shoppers! There is a clothing sale in the Bookstore! Quantities and sizes are limited. Stop by during lunches if you are interested in purchasing any hoodie, t-shirt or sweatpants. Forms of payment accepted are cash or checks made out “IHS Bookstore.”

 

IHS we have collected 243 sneakers already! That's 30% of our goal! Let's keep going strong! The fundraiser is ongoing, and sneakers will be taken at any time. So, keep that in mind with the holidays coming up. Clean out your closets and entryways and donate a pair after the holiday break! Sneakers can be donated to the Main Office or to Ms. Behrens in Room 3057. Have a wonderful and happy holiday!

 

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

 

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

Are you a born salesperson? Would you like to develop a skill set before heading off to the working world? The Yearbook Club is looking for a business ad salesperson to complement their club. Benefits include free food, developing a new skill, resumé building and a great reference. See Mrs. Jaynes if interested.

 

Attention students living in the Brookview neighborhood- a community member is looking to hire a cat sitter for Dec 28-Jan. 11. See Mrs. Bucciarelli in the Career Center for details. 

 

Work Study Students- please bring your signed employer forms in by Friday, Dec 23. Reminder: Paystubs and posts are required!

 

 

Wednesday, December 21, 2022

“B” Day

For lunch:  Mozzarella sticks w/sauce & dinner roll, steamed broccoli, raw veggie sticks and assorted fresh fruit.

 

Attention IHS:  If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

 

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

 

Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors - Starting after break, you will all have a 1:1 meeting with your school counselor to choose your classes for next year! All meetings have already been scheduled and you will find out this week in your English classes when yours is. Please write it down in your planner or put it in your phone with an alert! If you need a reminder of when your appointment is, you can ask your English teacher before or after class, email your school counselor or stop by the Counseling Center (outside of class time) and ask Mrs. Cassetta, Mrs. Hefner or Mrs. Heuber.

 

Last minute holiday shoppers! There is a clothing sale in the Bookstore! Quantities and sizes are limited. Stop by the Main Office and ask Ms. Schrank if you are interested in purchasing any hoodie, t-shirt or sweatpants. Forms of payment accepted are cash or checks made out “IHS Bookstore.”

 

IHS we have collected 243 sneakers already! That's 30% of our goal! Let's keep going strong! The fundraiser is ongoing, and sneakers will be taken at any time. So, keep that in mind with the holidays coming up. Clean out your closets and entryways and donate a pair after the holiday break! Sneakers can be donated to the Main Office or to Ms. Behrens in Room 3057. Have a wonderful and happy holiday!

 

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

 

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

Are you a born salesperson? Would you like to develop a skill set before heading off to the working world? The Yearbook Club is looking for a business ad salesperson to complement their club. Benefits include free food, developing a new skill, resumé building and a great reference. See Mrs. Jaynes if interested.

 

Attention students living in the Brookview neighborhood- a community member is looking to hire a cat sitter for Dec 28-Jan. 11. See Mrs. Bucciarelli in the Career Center for details. 

 

Work Study Students- please bring your signed employer forms in by Friday, Dec 23. Reminder: Paystubs and posts are required!

 

 


Monday, December 17, 2022

“B” Day

For lunch: Italian pork sausage or beef hot dog, macaroni salad, raw veggie sticks, diced pears and assorted fresh fruit.

Attention IHS: If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

Clothing sale in the Bookstore! Quantities and sizes are limited. Stop by the Main Office and ask Ms. Schrank if you are interested in purchasing any hoodie, t-shirt or sweatpants. Forms of payment accepted are cash or check.

IHS: We have collected 226 pairs of sneakers!! Awesome job so far. Thank you to everyone that has participated in donating their sneakers, cleats and athletic shoes. Let's keep it up! Clean out those closets and get rid of your old shoes for a great cause that also gives back towards the Class 2023. Shoe donations may be dropped off in the Main Oto Ms. Behrens in Room 3057. Let's reach our goal and get to 800 pairs of shoes!!

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

Are you a born salesperson? Would you like to develop a skill set before heading off to the working world? The Yearbook Club is looking for a business ad salesperson to complement their club. Benefits include free food, developing a new skill, resumé building and a great reference. See Mrs. Jaynes if interested.

Attention students living in the Brookview neighborhood- a community member is looking to hire a cat sitter for Dec 28-Jan. 11. See Mrs. Bucciarelli in the Career Center for details.

Work Study Students- please bring your signed employer forms in by Friday, Dec 23. Reminder: Paystubs and posts are required!

 

 

Friday, December 16, 2022

“A” Day

For lunch: Hot chicken fajita wrap, Romaine salad, stir-fry vegetables, raw veggie sticks and Mandarin oranges.

Attention IHS: If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

Clothing sale in the Bookstore! Quantities and sizes are limited. Stop by the Main Office and ask Ms. Schrank if you are interested in purchasing any hoodie, t-shirt or sweatpants. Forms of payment accepted are cash or check.

IHS: We have collected 226 pairs of sneakers!! Awesome job so far. Thank you to everyone that has participated in donating their sneakers, cleats and athletic shoes. Let's keep it up! Clean out those closets and get rid of your old shoes for a great cause that also gives back towards the Class 2023. Shoe donations may be dropped off in the Main Oto Ms. Behrens in Room 3057. Let's reach our goal and get to 800 pairs of shoes!!

The Class 2026 is collecting NEW & UNUSED toiletries for the Open Door Mission. TODAY is the last day to donate! We will be collecting toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, lotion, band aids, hygiene products, etc. Collection boxes will be in the Counseling Office and in English classes.

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

Do you have a job? Would you like to learn how to earn school credit for your job? Stop in the Career Center and ask about the Work Study Program.

 

 

Thursday, December 15, 2022

“B” Day

For lunch:  Stir-fry chicken w/fried rice & fortune cookie, stir-fry vegetables, raw veggie sticks & diced peaches

 

Attention IHS:  If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

 

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

 

The Future Educators of America after school field trip to Iroquois Middle School this afternoon has been cancelled.

 

Clothing sale in the Bookstore! Quantities and sizes are limited. Stop by the Main Office and ask Ms. Schrank if you are interested in purchasing any hoodie, t-shirt or sweatpants. Forms of payment accepted are cash or check.

 

The National Honor Society will be holding a Blood Drive TOMORROW from 8:00 am til 2:00 pm in the Auditorium. Staff--If you would like to sign up to give blood, you can either sign up with Mrs. Cassetta in the Counseling Center or email Ms. Laraby back to let her know what period you would like to donate. Students--You have to be at least 16 years old and have a parental permission form filled out, which you can get from Ms. Cassetta in the Counseling Dept. (17 and 18-year-old students do not need a parental permission form).

 

The next Art Club meeting will be held after school TODAY from 3:10 pm to 4:10 pm.in Ms. Jacobs’ room (#1150). We are having our Art Club yearbook photo taken. We’ll also have food and a variety of art opportunities available including snowflake making, color exploration and we’ll have a chance to finish up the art stool paintings. 

 

IHS: We have collected 226 pairs of sneakers!! Awesome job so far. Thank you to everyone that has participated in donating their sneakers, cleats and athletic shoes. Let's keep it up! Clean out those closets and get rid of your old shoes for a great cause that also gives back towards the Class 2023. Shoe donations may be dropped off in the Main Oto Ms. Behrens in Room 3057.  Let's reach our goal and get to 800 pairs of shoes!!

 

The Class 2026 is collecting NEW & UNUSED toiletries for the Open Door Mission. TOMORROW is the last day to donate! We will be collecting toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, lotion, band aids, hygiene products, etc. Collection boxes will be in the Counseling Office and in English classes.

 

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

 

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

Do you have a job? Would you like to learn how to earn school credit for your job? Stop in the Career Center and ask about the Work Study Program.

 

 

 

Wednesday, December 14, 2022

“A” Day

For lunch:  Bosco cheese-filled breadsticks w/marinara, steamed broccoli, raw veggie sticks, applesauce & fresh fruit.

 

Attention IHS:  If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

 

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

 

Our wrestling team has two meets TONIGHT. Their first opponent is East High school at 6:00 and following that match the team will wrestle Brighton. Come out and support the team!

 

Clothing sale in the Bookstore! Quantities and sizes are limited. Stop by the Main Office and ask Ms. Schrank if you are interested in purchasing any hoodie, t-shirt or sweat pants. Forms of payment accepted are cash or check.

 

The National Honor Society will be holding a Blood Drive this Friday, December 16 from 8:00 am til 2:00 pm in the Auditorium. Staff--If you would like to sign up to give blood, you can either sign up with Mrs. Cassetta in the Counseling Center or email Ms. Laraby back to let her know what period you would like to donate. Students--You have to be at least 16 years old and have a parental permission form filled out, which you can get from Ms. Cassetta in the Counseling Dept. (17 and 18-year-old students do not need a parental permission form).

 

The next Art Club meeting will be held TOMORROW from 3:10 pm to 4:10 pm.in Ms. Jacobs’ room (#1150). We are having our Art Club yearbook photo taken. We’ll also have food and a variety of art opportunities available including snowflake making, color exploration and we’ll have a chance to finish up the art stool paintings.  

 

IHS: We have collected 219 pairs of sneakers!! Awesome job so far. Thank you to everyone that has participated in donating their sneakers, cleats and athletic shoes. Let's keep it up! Clean out those closets and get rid of your old shoes for a great cause that also gives back towards the Class 2023. Shoe donations may be dropped off in the Main Oto Ms. Behrens in Room 3057.  Let's reach our goal and get to 800 pairs of shoes!!

 

The Class 2026 is collecting NEW & UNUSED toiletries for the Open Door Mission. From now until Friday we will be collecting toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, lotion, band aids, hygiene products, etc. Collection boxes will be in the Counseling Office and in English classes.

 

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.

 

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER NEWS:

Do you have a job? Would you like to learn how to earn school credit for your job? Stop in the Career Center and ask about the Work Study Program.

 

 

Tuesday, December 13, 2022

“B” Day

For lunch:  Regular macaroni & cheese or Buffalo, mixed vegetables, raw veggie sticks, applesauce & fresh fruit.

 

Attention IHS:  If anyone needs a covid test kit or a face mask, please stop by the Main Office and pick one up.

 

Always be prepared to show your School ID upon entering the building after 8 am, for re-entry during the school day and at any time a staff member requests to see it. Remember, student IDs are accepted for free admission to all home basketball games. Admission without your student ID will be $2.00.

 

The National Honor Society will be holding a Blood Drive this Friday, December 16 from 8:00 am til 2:00 pm in the Auditorium. Staff--If you would like to sign up to give blood, you can either sign up with Mrs. Cassetta in the Counseling Center or email Ms. Laraby back to let her know what period you would like to donate. Students--You have to be at least 16 years old and have a parental permission form filled out, which you can get from Ms. Cassetta in the Counseling Dept. (17 and 18-year-old students do not need a parental permission form).

 

The next Art Club meeting will be held on Thursday, Dec. 15 from 3:10 pm to 4:10 pm.in Ms. Jacobs’ room (#1150). We are having our Art Club yearbook photo taken. We’ll also have food and a variety of art opportunities available including snowflake making, color exploration and we’ll have a chance to finish up the art stool paintings. 

 

Green Team will be picking up empty deposit bottles & cans after school TODAY. If you would like us to stop by your classroom, please put them out for us to pick up.  If you need a recycle box for your empties, we will be happy to make you one. Thank you for all your support.

 

IHS: We have collected 219 pairs of sneakers!! Awesome job so far. Thank you to everyone that has participated in donating their sneakers, cleats and athletic shoes. Let's keep it up! Clean out those closets and get rid of your old shoes for a great cause that also gives back towards the Class 2023. Shoe donations may be dropped off in the Main Oto Ms. Behrens in Room 3057.  Let's reach our goal and get to 800 pairs of shoes!!

 

The Class 2026 is collecting NEW & UNUSED toiletries for the Open Door Mission. From now until Friday we will be collecting toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, lotion, band aids, hygiene products, etc. Collection boxes will be in the Counseling Office and in English classes.

 

If you have a LOANER LAPTOP, please return it to the DMRC as soon as possible.