Need a Part Time Job? We’ve Got One!
Food service is in need of help from 9am-2pm each day. This position could be a job share position. Pay is $13.00/ hour in a fun, flexible work environment. Work around your child’s school schedule. Please email email@example.com if you are interested.
8 Tips to Boost Mental Health and Wellness for Students
- Eat Healthy. Attaining a healthy dietcomes with a variety of benefits, such as a boost in your mood and energy level, improved memory, and better overall brain function.
- Get Plenty of Sleep. A lack of sleep may have you feeling tired, unfocused, and overwhelmed.
- Be Active. Regular exercise, such as walking, jogging, cycling, and swimming has been proven to reducesymptoms of anxiety and depression, and improve mood and blood circulation.
- Build a Strong Social Support Network. Reaching out to others can help you overcome feelings of isolation.
- Engage in Hobbies. Whether you enjoypainting, hiking, running, reading a book, or fishing, take time to step away from the demands of your busy life and focus on a hobby or activity you enjoy.
- Disconnect from Negativity. When we are stressed out, we often engage in negative behaviors such as eating too uch, too much screen time, and other negative habits.
- Reward Yourself. Recognizing your value and worth, reaching your goals, and accomplishing difficult tasksare just a few things that prove you are doing a good job.
- Be Grateful. When you are feeling overwhelmed or stressed, it can be difficult to feel gratitude. Keep a gratitude journal, and focus on the positives in your life. People who regularly express gratitude for the positives in their lives are shown to be happier overall, leading to lower rates of stress and depression.
Nut Free Campus
REMINDER: We do have students on campus with severe nut allergies. For this reason, we ask that students do not bring any nut products to school for lunch or snacks and refrain from sharing food with their classmates. Thanks for helping us keep everyone safe.
We’d Love To Hear From You! It Will Only Take A Minute =)
Thank you to everyone who attended our Virtual Family Information Night on August 17th or watched the recordings!
We’d love to get everyone’s feedback so that we can plan for future family-focused meetings and events.
Survey Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdRptSNDM7WeMVd_Q5tF5-s8VqUnjnsC-jxGYXDOnKtv8xRpg/viewform?usp=sf_link
The survey is short and anonymous. Thank you for your time!
September Lunch Menu
Please see, below for the breakfast/lunch menu for September. Special note that there will be a sack lunch available for students to take with them for the September 24th 1/2 day early dismissal.
Water Bottles at School
Please make sure to send a full, labeled water bottle with your students to school each day. It would be REALL helpful if kiddos could have a second, labeled water bottle that just stays at school for the week – this is so helpful if a student forgets theirs on a particular day.
Dismissal – East Parking Lot (opposite side of the building from McDonald’s)
Thank you for not parking in the “Reserved-Precademy” area on the map, below. This has been helpful for our youngest friends during their afternoon dismissal each day. There are yellow Precademy signs in that area to help remind you =).
Just a reminder that our iCademy Hybrid friends dismiss at 3pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Please allow them to dismiss prior to parking in line waiting for your Innocademy child(ren). You should be all clear after 3:10pm. Thank you!
Middle School – Paying For 2nd Pizza Slice =)
For those kiddos ordering a second slice of pizza, please make sure to send money in a labeled envelope with your child’s name on it to school so that they can drop it off to Ms. Stacy. Please do not send loose cash/coins with them to pay in the hot lunch line =).
Is Your Student Sick? Should They Come To School? Please Follow This Flowchart
You can also use this super helpful INTERACTIVE FLOWCHART, if you prefer
In partnership with Ottawa County Department of Public Health, beginning Monday, August 23rd, all students, staff and visitors at IES schools who are 4 years of age and older are required to wear a mask while indoors until further notice.
Morning Arrival – Between 8:20am – 8:40am
Students may arrive each day between 8:20am – 8:40am. Please use your appropriate parking lots (Las Huellas on East side and Classic on West side) for pick up and drop off each day. Students will enter the building, grab a free breakfast if they wish and proceed directly to their classrooms and be ready to start their day at 8:45am.
Family Resource Guide
Please click, below, to see the 21-22 Family Resource Guide
Calendar for the 2021-2022 School Year
Please note the first day of school is kicking off with a 1/2 day on Monday, AUGUST 9TH. Students will be dismissed at 12pm.