January 1, 1970
To accompany your Sunday morning paper…
CHECK YOUR MAILBOXES!
<div style="font-size:12pt;s mail! With holiday season upon us, consider giving a dual-gift. You can help leave a special legacy AND support IACS' Expansion Initiative with Hawk Walk Commemorative Brick for our newly installed HAWK WALK. The mailer has all the details. Have you seen the Walkway? It's located at the entrance of the track and field and some of the first ordered bricks are already installed! Your gift of a tax-deductible Hawk Walk Brick is a special memory that will last, and be part of the school for years to come. Ordering is easy: click on: www.bricksrus.com/order/iacsbricks. You can pay all at once or up to 4 installments.
Middle/High School News:
We'd like to thank the entire IACS community for such a huge turnout at both Middle School Quality Nights and the High School Exhibition Night last week. It's certainly a busy time of year, but also an ideal time to celebrate the creative and thoughtful work that students have been creating since the beginning of school.
Middle/High School Music: Come here the Middle School band, Middle School Chorus, and High School Chorus perform on Monday, December 17th. The event will run from 7 to 9 pm.
Picture Retakes: Wednesday, December 19th
Early Release: Please note on Friday, December 21st school will
release at 12:25. This is announcement was also made in the December
edition of The Hawk.
High School Semi-Formal Dance: 7-10 pm on Friday, 12/14. We are still in need of a few more parent volunteers for the HS dance on 12/14. If you can help please
contact Shannon Morocco, email@example.com Also, students who would like to bring a guest who is not a HS student must turn in the Guest Permission Form to Tina's office by the end of school Tuesday. Hard copies of forms are located outside Tina's office.
Boxtops Contest: It’ Good To Give….
Have your parents ever said it is better to give then receive??? Well they were right! For the next few
weeks we will choose a winner randomly from the collection box to receive a prize. Three individual
winners will be chosen weekly at community meeting; one winner in grade 5/6, one in 7/8 and one in
High School. The amount of boxtops received will have no effect on chances of winning. Entries must be
placed in the boxtop collection box by Tuesday at 3pm to be entered in the weekly drawing. Remember
every boxtop earns our school money!!! Your boxtop can make a difference!! First Drawing will be 12/5!!
Please be sure to write your name and homebase on your entries.
Box Tops: ATTENTION ONLINE SHOPPERS!!
The air is getting cooler and that means the holidays are around the corner. Use the links on
www.btfe.com shop for everything from household supplies to gift giving! It’s your online shopping
headquarters with links such as Apple, American Eagle, Banana Republic, Best Buy, Crutchfield,
Cooking.com and over 250 more retailers to choose from. Ordering ink for your printer? There is a
Staples link. Ordering holiday photo cards or printing those summer vacation photos? There are links
for Snapfish, Shutterfly, and Walgreens. Finishing those outdoor projects? Try the Home Depot or
Lowes links. Planning your winter vacation yet? There are links to Expedia, Hotwire, Hotels.com, Busch
Gardens , Sea World, Southwest Vacations and many of the chain hotels! Just click the link and the
boxtops are automatically credited to the IACS account. Boxtops are earned on purchases as low as
$10!!! Not to worry IACS cannot see who makes purchases, items purchased or any payment information.
All we see are boxtops added to our account! The best part is you can still grab those great Black Friday
deals and use any coupon codes that you may have!! Your going to make the purchases anyway why
not earn some free money for IACS at the same time? www.btfe.com/marketplace Easily accessible from
home, work and mobile devices.
Brunswick Bowling for 1/16/13, 1-3PM. Please come Bowl with your friends & family at Brunswick
Lowell Lanes, 647 Pawtucket Blvd, Lowell,MA01854
The cost per ticket, per person is $12. The price includes: bowling shoes, 2 hours of bowling, 1 slice of
pizza and a drink (served at 1:30 PM). Please pay the IACA representative inside the door of the event
and receive a ticket for the bowling counter. Parents/student please email me with a count and
choice of drink: water, pink lemonade or milk for each attendee so I may provide an estimated
count to the bowling alley. The count is not binding, it is an estimate. If you have any questions please
contact, Valerie Clark, firstname.lastname@example.org. Siblings welcome. This is not an IACA chaperoned
event and parents/guardians are responsible for the students. Please make all checks payable to IACA.
Volunteers Needed! Become involved on a short-term basis, regular basis, for a one-time project or
event! Please visit our website at http://iaca.weebly.com/volunteer.html click on volunteer form and
let us know what you may be interested in volunteering for. Filling out the form doesn’t automatically
obligate you. When the event or program comes up the chairperson will contact you via email to confirm
your interest and availability.
IACS Library: We are accepting used book donations! We will sort through and keep what we can use
and put the rest into our brand new GOT BOOKS container. The container is a fundraiser for the Library
and with it; we hope to raise enough to purchase more MP3 Players for audiobooks that students can
check out from the Library. Any early elementary or books that you sense are not appropriate for either
the Middle or High School section of our library, can be dropped directly into the bin which is located
on the High School side, next to the school. The bin accepts used books, CDs, DVDs & records. Got
Books pays us for these donations! Please note that the librarian is not able to access the bin,
so if your intention is to donate books to the school, please be sure to bring the books to the
library. If you have any questions, please contact Heather Landis at (978) 649-0432 ext.: 1208 or email:
email@example.com Thank you!
Next IACA Meeting
January 9, 2012
6:30-8:30pm in the Café
High School Principal
Innovation Academy Charter School
72 Tyng Road
Tyngsboro, MA 01879
Phone: (978) 649-0432 x3141
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