You’ve heard about it before. Those two words that make freshman and seniors alike shiver in fear. It’s the capstone of your high school life, the one project that you can make one hundred percent your own. Say it with me: Senior Projects.
“I started painting my nails, but I didn’t have the energy to finish,” says Professional Procrastinator, Sophomore Cassidy Small.
Do you love to dance? Would you hate if dancing was banned in your town? Well if you would, you can relate to Ren, the main character in Footloose.
“I’m really quiet and I guess if I went to a public school, I wouldn’t talk [as much as] I do now…It’s because of the teachers and the way we learn here,” Freshman Emily Yurkus.
Choice Block. Those two words form a unique quality of Innovation Academy Charter School. IACS is a unique school from the minute you enter 72 Tyng Road. Whether it’s the 200-acre campus, the project-based learning, or the interactive classes, IACS is definitely a unique learning environment for all students.
Extra help has always been a resource at IACS. Every teacher has a weekday that they stay late for an extra hour after school to offer assistance to any student that might need it. Most students at IACS have been to an extra help session, whether they were required to come to make up something for a teacher, or needed clarification on concepts taught in class. Extra help can be an important tool for both the student and the teacher.
“Hard times call for hard measures. My choice block was located right above a conference room and dancing and conference rooms don’t mix well,” Sophomore, Nate Landis. Continue reading “Humans of IACS”
Donna Harrington did not take the typical path of becoming a teacher Continue reading “Who is Robotics Teacher Donna Harrington?”
Spider-Man is undoubtedly one of the most popular superheroes in history. Perhaps this is because he is much more interesting than many of the similar, “cookie-cutter” superheroes who plague every aspect of modern entertainment: films, comic books, and now even television. “He’s way less boring than superman,” said Sophomore Jocelyn Brody.