Inland Lakes Schools will be hosting an Art & Talent Show today. The Art Show will begin at 4pm. The Talent Show will begin at 7pm. Both will be held in the MS Gym. Please come to support our talented students.
Senior Mackenzie Hirn was honored Monday, May 20, 2013 for TV 9&10 News Best of the Class. This is a community service program saluting graduating high school students from Northern Michigan for their academic excellence throughout high school. Public Service Announcements will begin on TV 9&10. Congratulations, Mackenzie!
OMH will be offering Sports Physicals on Wednesday, June 12 beginning at noon at their Indian River Office (the former Ark and Curves building).
Physicals will be $15 each and will be valid for the 2013-2014 school year. No appointment is necessary, but a parent or legal guardian MUST be present.
For more information please call 231-238-0581
The $15 fee will be donated back to the students' respective local athletic deparments.
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Your 2012-2013 Yearbook, "Unleash Your True Colors", is available for pre-order now. Please use the attached form to place your order.
To those of you interested in a very nice evening with an open bar for an hour before dinner, we have the place for you to be May 15, 2013. It is a Wednesday evening at the Indian River Golf Club dinning room. Also included, dinner, which will be their famous Rib Eye steak or, for you fish lovers, you may choose the Murat style Walleye deluxe. To top off the dinner we will have a surprise dessert. This dinner is designed to be a thank you to all of our supporters and a small fund raiser. The cost per ticket is $75.00. Tickets are available from all foundation board members or email Larry Renaud at lrenaud@ charter.net and he will see that you receive the amount of tickets you require. Ticket availability is limited so get on board and order now.
Larry Renaud 231-238-8633
Board members are: Dick deVore, Dick Binder, Jennifer Andrews, Larry Biddinger, John Hatifield, Jeff Swadling, Ham Schirmer, George Miller, Sukey Stump, Zack Skeria and Ron Berg
I want to applaud the Tuscarora Township Police Department (TTPD) for the commitment they have shown in supporting Inland Lakes Schools and the families of our community. As community members, you have probably noticed police cars at both our secondary and elementary buildings on a regular basis.
Chief Wagner, Sergeant Temple and the officers of the TTPD often stop at the schools to check in and provide positive interactions with staff and students. In addition, their presence helps our students feel safe. They are involved in teaching DARE, an anti-drug and alcohol program to our elementary students. In addition, it is not uncommon to see them eating with students, admiring student work, attending awards ceremonies and listening to a student concern. They are truly a community oriented police department.
The TTPD has also worked closely with the school to develop emergency plans to respond to a variety of situations. Our work on the emergency preparedness plan allowed us to react to the recent lockdown in a professional confident way. During the recent pre-cautionary lock-down, the emergency plan allowed us to respond in a fast efficient manner.
Another reassuring aspect is their proximity to our schools. When one of our administrators has a question or needs some support from an officer, their response time is amazingly quick. They have helped us with discipline, truancy, and working with families to support student success.
Next time you see a TTPD officer, Sergeant Temple or Chief Wagner, please thank them for supporting your children at Inland Lakes Schools! As the Superintendent, I am very grateful for the support provided by these fine men.
Inland Lakes Schools
Starting the week of April 29, Inland Lakes 7-12 building will be piloting a program to foster academic success for those not turning in assignments.
Students who are missing work will be assigned a ZAP session during their lunch period to provide an opportunity for them to make up the missing work. If students do not show up or refuse to do work further consequences will apply.
During our pilot phase teachers will place students on a ZAP list each Friday. A staff member will organize and schedule students accordingly on Monday morning for the week. Daily 3rd period teachers will remind students that have ZAP that day for their lunch period.
Students will report directly to room 148 and students who will wish to order hot lunch will do so from the person supervising the ZAP room.
We are piloting this program during the spring with plans to refine and continue for the fall of 2013. If you should have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the building principal, Don Killingbeck (231) 238-6868 ext. 1.
We will be cleaning up the campus on Saturday, May 4 from 9-noon.
Lunch will be provided.
Please joing us in making ILS better and brighter.
Inland Lakes Secondary School
$10 per player
Double Elmination Format
Fundraiser for 6th Grade Camp
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