The Hawk: April 28, 2012

April 28, 2012 8:00 am
Good Afternoon IACS Community,

This spring is packed with IACS related activities.   Please take a few minutes to review the May Edition of The Hawk (attached) as well as information about next Saturday's IACS Athletics Family Day.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend…

IACS News/Reminders

  • Please come and bring the whole Family to IACS Athletics Family Day! Saturday May 5th 9am-2pm (rain day May 6th)
    The day will be filled with fun & exciting events: Dunk Mr. Mckinnon in the dunk tank, Yard Sale, Car
    Wash, Bouncy House, Obstacle Course, Toilet Paper throw, Bag2School
    Donations, Food & much much more! (for details see  electronic
    version of flyer attached)
    .  If you would like to buy a yard sale parking spot ($20) Please contact Mr. Leedberg: dleedberg@innovationcharter.org   If you would like to
    donate clothing/shoes/stuffed animals for our bag2school drive you can
    drop them off at the event or on Friday Morning May 4th 7:30am – 8:30am
    in the back of the Middle School Parking Lot , contact Paula Girouard
    girouardpaula@comcast.net.  If you can volunteer to help with the event or have questions  please contact: Annie Accettullo candystp@yahoo.com ,Paula Girouard girouardpaula@comcast.net or Carol Passarelli cupassarelli@comcast.com Hope to see you there!
    All proceeds to benefit the IACS Athletic Programs.
  • Also The Middle School Talent show will follow the day's activities and will be held in the auditorium from 2:30pm-4:30 pm (talent show admission $3). Please note*** Talent Show will begin at 2:30pm  
  • IACS High School Performing Arts is thrilled to present The Real
    Inspector Hound by Tom Stoppard on Saturday, May 12 at 2:00 and 7:00pm. 
    Tickets  are $8 if ordered before April 30.  After that date, tickets
    are $10  each. 

    Moon and Birdboot, two theatre critics attending the premiere of a
    new  murder mystery, are swept into the whodunit they are viewing. As
    Moon  laments his status as a second-string reviewer and Birdboot
    considers a relationship with one of the show's actresses, they soon
    find themselves  inside the play-within-a-play and implicated in the
    lethal activities of an escaped madman.  Join us for the hilarious
    comedy that leaves the audience wondering where reality ends and
    imagination begins. 

    Do you know someone involved in the production?  Do you want to send
    a  message to them in the program?  Or do you have something you would
    like to advertise in the program?  Order forms for tickets and
    advertisements can be found on our website under Performing Arts or in
    our Main Office. 

  • Destination Imagination Club Thursdays from 3:00 to 4:00 in room 102.  The purpose of the club is to give students the opportunity to check out DI
    and see if they would like to make a commitment to a team for next
    year.  We will do team building exercises, instant challenges and talk
    about what to expect at a DI tournament.  There is no
    obligation to come every week and no per-registration is required.   For
    more information email Kim Albert kalbert@innovationcharter.org
  • You’re
    Invited:  IACS Volunteer
    Appreciation Breakfast
    :  Please
    join IACS Executive Director, Walter Landberg for a Volunteer
    Appreciation Breakfast on Wednesday
    May 2nd 8:00am.
      Kindly,
    RSVP  to
    karen.drake@innovationcharter.org if you haven't already done so.
  • Tuesday is May 1st!  Don't forget to place your May Lunch Orders<span style="
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