Red Feather announces yearbook drawing contest

The IJHS Yearbook will be sponsoring a drawing contest. For the drawing contest, you will need to draw something positive that happened in 2020. Entries will be due on February 23 for A-L students and February 25 for M-Z students. Please submit your entries to Miss Kovach in room 323 by the designated deadlines. If … More Red Feather announces yearbook drawing contest

IJHS Drama Club announces spring musical

BY GABI ISENBERG – After the sad, official cancellation of last year’s musical, Fiddle on the Roof, the IJHS Drama Club will be performing this year’s production virtually. Yearbook Reflections, an arrangement with Pioneer Drama Services, is about a yearbook staff who, while organizing the books, flip back through the year’s memories.  Audition information is … More IJHS Drama Club announces spring musical

Facebook under fire

BY GABI ISENBERG – Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp. What do these apps all have in common? They’re all social media platforms; they’re also all owned by Facebook Inc.  Facebook was founded in 2004 by Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg and four of his roommates. Since then, Zuckerberg has been CEO, and the company has become the world’s … More Facebook under fire

Why to thank a teacher

BY GABI ISENBERG – Online learning. It’s a phrase that’s been heard a lot this year. Whether containing complaints or sympathy, it’s been mentioned in conversations all over the globe. Some people argue that public school teachers are not qualified to teach online and they’re not giving it their all. The truth is, however, that … More Why to thank a teacher