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Sargent Center Trip Reminder (Grade 7 & 8): Families of students in Grade 7 & 8 are invited to attend an information session on Thursday the 27th at 5 pm to coincide with the Back to School Night.
Grade 10 and 11th Whale Watch Trip: This week students in Grades 10 & 11 were given permission slips for a Whale Watch on Monday, October 1st. This annual tradition, organized by Ms. Burtch, is connected to the 10th Grade Biology Curriculum. (Grade 11 is receiving a guest invite since their trip was "fogged out" twice last June)
Expansion Initiative Update: Exciting changes! Did you see the first soccer game on the new field? Have you seen the new Science Classrooms for the Middle School? Stay informed by continually checking the Expansion Initiative website: http://iacsexpansion.weebly.com/
about the reasons behind fundraising, and the overall 4 elements of the
Expansion: scroll to the video on the August 29 entry on the website
Lunch News: The October Lunch Menu
is now available online. Lunch
Orders for the first week in October are due Wednesday 9/26/12 by 9:00pm. A Milk and Juice Only box has been added to the menu for students who
would like to pre-order milk or juice only. After checking out, please
print out milk tickets for our child. Milk or juice cost 50¢ Pre-ordered lunch cost of $3.85 continues
include milk or juice. You do not need to print out meal tickets for
pre-ordered lunches. Only select the
milk and juice box if you’d like to purchase an additional milk. If you would like to place a lunch order click here.
We are still in need of volunteers for the
lunch program. Especially, lunch monitors. Contact email@example.com if you would like to find out more about volunteering or if have any questions regarding the lunch program.
Innovation Academy Charter Association (IACA) is a non-profit organization of parents and faculty in support of Innovation Academy Charter School, Tyngsboro MA.
Scholastic Book Fair is here again! The book fair will take place next week (September 24th – 28th) during school and also during the Middle School back to school night. Check with your child to see when their class is scheduled to come. Stop in and check out the great collection of books we have this year! If you are unable to join them please be sure to send your Child to school with money on their scheduled day. Questions : Jamie Green firstname.lastname@example.org
The following is the class schedule for the fair:
10:51 – 11:46 Gates & O'Connor
12:55 – 1:50 Brinker & Russell
1:52 – 2:47 Rowling
8:57 – 9:52 Winfrey & Copernicus
8:57 – 9:52 Pasteur/Parks HB7
10:51 – 11:46 Pasteur/Parks
12:55 – 1:50 Barton
11:48 – 12:53 Keller/Mandella
12:55 – 1:50 Edelman
1:52 – 2:47 Salk/Bell/Gandhi
Homebase/Advisory Liaison Parent Volunteers Needed! We are looking for Homebase Liaison Parents for the following Homebases: Edelman, Mandela, Edwards, Brinker. The Homebase Liaison parent volunteer works with the teacher to update classroom families on Homebase events and activities including scheduling, organizing, communicating and assisting with and finding assistance for
homebase projects. Liaisons will contact families via email or phone and can do this work from home, day or evening. Additionally, we are looking for high school parents who might also be willing to serve similar roles for news/events at the high school.If you are interested please contact: Sheila Hingorani,Homebase Liaison Coordinator at email@example.com.
Funding Factory: IACA has partnered with Funding Factory in a recycling program to raise extra funding for student programs. We would like to reach out to your work-place and get them
involved with the program if possible. If you could please forward this notice to your office manager or the appropriate person in charge of recycling at your job, it would be
greatly appreciated. The IACA has coordinated this program by recycling empty printer cartridges and other "e-waste" to raise extra funding for student programs in our school. Many local companies are joining us because it is easy, has no obligation and no deadline. It only changes the way you recycle your unwanted items. After you register at www.FundingFactory.com, you can order FREE prepaid shipping labels or print them online. You can fill up the boxes with collected ink and laser cartridges, laptops, IPODS, GPS’s and cell phones, apply a FREE prepaid shipping labels and leave them for a UPS driver. You can register simply by picking register a business, IACA's non profit ID is 10133 as the organization you wish to support. That’s us! What is the final result? IACA uses the money to fund student programs at a local charter school, Innovation Academy. Last year we bought two LEGO MindStorm robotics kits for the Robotics Club. The kids were so excited!
If you have any questions about this program, please contact Nancy Therrien at firstname.lastname@example.org
Box Tops: Monsterific Boxtops! September 19th thru October 19th : The boxtops program is starting up with our first contest of the year. Look for our new monster collection box in the cafeteria. The
Homebase and the Advisory with the most monstrous amount of boxtops wins a monsterific surprise. Submit your boxtops in a ziploc with your Homebase/Advisory name written on it. There will be one Middle School Homebase winner and one High School Advisory winner. Work as a team and collect those boxtops!!
Keep clipping those Boxtops! Every 10 cents helps! Last year we raised $1500. Boxtops can be found on more than just food products now. Look for boxtops on Avery office products, Hanes socks, even Boise printer and copy paper. Use the online links to shop at stores like Target, GAP, Staples and earn boxtops for our school. Check out recipes, coupons, online games and more at www.btfe.com.
High School Principal
Innovation Academy Charter School
72 Tyng Road
Tyngsboro, MA 01879
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