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wooden eagle in high school library

Named Majestic, this wooden eagle was dedicated in 2005. It stands about 3 feet tall and was crafted by Craig Wilson, whose children attended IHS at the time. The Eagle is a symbol of beauty, strength, and confidence - traits we try to develop in students. It embodies the spirit and culture of IHS.

The Media Center/Library was originally an underused courtyard that was transformed into the bright, welcoming space you see today as part of the Capital Project in 2002-2003. The glass block windows were installed and the old windows were used for a West Irondequoit Foundation fundraiser called "The Windows Project", an artist-collaborated effort that generated $77,000. The library is state of the art.  Books and school textbooks are checked out with a barcode system.  Computers here and in computer labs have internet access. The MMG (Materials Management Group) is also housed here.  The MMG helps staff by  laminating or creating custom teaching materials for their classroom, meetings, or hall displays.  The MMG can create posters, flashcards, signs, buttons, booklets, bulletin board decorations and much more. 

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