On Tuesday, May 10, high schoolers, middle schoolers, teachers, and plant enthusiasts alike were all lined up on the middle school patio as they visited and purchased from student-run plant sale booths.
POLs are finally done, so it’s time to celebrate and relax! But, the struggle never ends for us students–MCAS and exams are all still on the way. Need some encouraging words to get you through the rest of the school year? Keep reading, and you’ll find all the advice you need.
Disclaimer: this horoscope was not reviewed by an actual astrologist, so take all advice with a pinch or two of salt.
On March 15, the mask mandate was lifted for IACS students and staff. Now, three weeks later, they provide their thoughts on the recent change.
Friday, March 25 was Nation’s Day at IACS! This event was organized by the Students of Color Affinity group to celebrate the diverse backgrounds of the students at IACS. Flags were hung up in the auditorium hallway, with 100 countries represented. Students were encouraged to wear “anything from their country’s football jersey to party outfits,” to share their culture with other students at the school.
IACS is lifting its mask requirement at the school on March 14, two years after COVID first began affecting student life.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! To help commemorate the season of love, here are 10 IACS themed Valentine’s Day cards guaranteed to win your Valentine’s heart.
The removal of half day Wednesdays from the IACS 2022-2023 bell schedule was recently announced in the January 28 IACS Hawk newsletter by Head of School Greg Orpen, in disregard to the opinions and needs of many students and parents.
The elimination of the half day Wednesday is overall detrimental to IACS as a school, and poses no real benefits over the current schedule.
Winter break is almost here, and with it comes the final stretch before the end of the semester in January. Looking for some advice to get you past these tough times? Look no further than this horoscope, you’ll find all the advice you need to push through.
You may know that diabetes rates have been skyrocketing in the past two decades, but do you know why?
This Friday, the IACS community was invited to wear Halloween costumes to school. Students and teachers alike showed up in their best spooky (and silly) outfits!