On Thursday, May 26, following the school shooting in Uvalde Texas, IACS students walked out to recognize gun violence across […]
Student government co-presidents Drew Picard and Elea Zegdoun laid out their plans for the coming school year, focusing mainly on rebuilding our school community post pandemic, and taking on an active role in fostering a more diverse and inclusive IACS community.
As their first priority, the co-presidents shared that they wanted to rebuild the sense of community at IACS that was so severely harmed by the COVID-19 pandemic. “As a freshman, I knew every single highschooler,” Zegdoun commented. “[I knew] all of the seniors, all of the juniors, all of the sophomores, and all of my freshman class, but now as a senior, I don’t know any of the freshmen or any of the sophomores because we lost that sense of community so bad that year.”
The wifi is such a large part of IACS: we use Gmail, Google Classroom, Google Drive, and most importantly, e-hallpass. Occasionally, there are issues with the wifi.