BY Lily Manzi When Covid-19 hit not everyone was thinking about how it would affect the prison system. With many changes in the system we wonder how this has and will affect the prison. Indiana County District Attorney Bob Manzi explained the many negative effects on the system changing the experience during and after prison. … More Covid rules affect more than schools
BY LILy Manzi “What just happened?” “I have no idea.” They stood looking at the pile of ashes that used to be their school. “Halo, I think you have powers,” said Derran. Minutes earlier they were inside their classroom talking. All of the sudden there were flames shooting out of Halo’s hands. “ I don’t … More Halo’s Cloud World
All after-school activities have been cancelled for today (Friday, 30 April). There will be NO TRACK PRACTICE TODAY. ALL TRACK PARTICIPANTS WILL GO TO MONDAY”S MEET. PLEASE MAKE SURE TO BRING YOUR UNIFORM. DISMISSAL WILL BE AT 1:45
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The IHS Hockey Team is having a fantastic season and they are playing for the state championship this weekend! I am asking if you would consider helping us support our student-athletes by wearing red or black this Friday, April 23, 2021, Pre-K through grade 12! If possible, post your photos to social media with the … More Vuckovich encourages Indiana to wear red or black (or BOTH!) as hockey team goes for the gold
Not even a worldwide pandemic could stop the IJHS Drama Club from producing a musical this year. In order to follow the Indiana Area School District’s Health and Safety protocols, director Ms. Robyn Bailey-Orchard, vocal director Dr. Jason Rummel, and pit orchestra director Mr. Zach Karcher knew they couldn’t stage a typical musical on the … More IJHS Drama Club produces first-ever musical movie, “Yearbook Reflections”
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1E0H1n-ypgj-R93lacZ_SJrMKgC_MhhkeUs1_bkj5Ovo/edit IJHS librarian and 8th grade English teacher Mrs. Jeanne Mitsko has announced a poetry contest to celebrate National Poetry Month. Students are invited to respond to the theme “The Way We See It…” with an original poem by Thursday, April 8. In her directions (linked above), Mitsko tells students, “Wait for news to find … More Mitsko inivtes IJHS to celebrate National Poetry Month!
The staff of the IJHS yearbook, Red Feather, is inviting student to complete three surveys. Miss Sarah Kovach, Red Feather’s adviser, said, “I need as much input as possible to help make the yearbook the best it can possibly be during this crazy year.” Interview Survey Our Online Pets IJHS Has Got Talent
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HAM4bK3G4joJTzy6ouX0ZGU5QcDpw10M/view Teachers are reviewing Safe-2-Say with their Tuesday and Thursday FLEX classes the week of March 26. Safe-2-Say is a platform that allows and encourages students to report any concerns they have about potential school violence anonymously, also reminding everyone that trusted adults–teachers, administrators, counselors, the nurse, and all staff–are ready to listen and help.