“Does everyone remember what the homework is?” asks History Teacher Leanne Barnes, causing Sophomore Alexis Wright to acknowledge the teacher speaking for the first time during the period. She quickly hides her phone, which was constantly reminding her of her situation at hand. Lexi had been in a back and forth match of harsh words and arguments between her friend and herself. Even as she understands her lack of participation in the class she still inches her way back to her phone, desperately trying to see how her so called friend is defending herself now. What she doesn’t realize is that the Barnes saw Wright on her phone all class and that despite her protests to the contrary, she even though Wright said she did, actually has did not learned understand a thing about the Storming of the Bastille. Besides, this Barnes knows something is up. Continue reading It’s More Than an Annoyance
“It’s a pretty special place,” said Middle School Dean of Students, Charlene LaRoche.
IACS is turning 20 years old, celebrating being open from 1996 to 2016. IACS was made to prepare young minds for the real world, during and after their high school experience. IACS wanted preparation to be a focus. Think back to our four outcomes; effective communication, self-direction, problem solving, and community membership. Every day those outcomes are used at IACS, it is accomplishing the goals of IACS that were made when the school first started.
During the past ten weeks, the IACS Girl’s Soccer Team had a great season. As of October 21, the Hawks had 5 losses and 9 wins. This got them into the 2015 Fall soccer playoffs! Continue reading Playoffs Cease the Season
The new lunch schedule has gotten people all around the school talking, some bad and some good.
“We could all be in a situation where we need help. So giving help when we don’t necessarily need it, by helping others, it is a reward for yourself,” says freshmen advisor, Paula Wetmore.