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Family Journal: October 15, 2010

posted Oct 15, 2010, 1:07 PM by Greg Orpen   [ updated Oct 15, 2010, 1:16 PM ]

Academic News

 

Leaning Spotlight: Science 331:  Chemistry  (Jennifer Eddy & Marylou Johnson)  

 

Our amazingly insightful juniors were busy sharpening their lab skills this week while the conducted a “Density Lab”.    The goal was to first calculate the densities of various liquids: water, molasses, mineral oil, vegetable oil, and corn syrup.  They then tested their measurements to see if they made correct calculations by pouring all the liquids on top of one another in a graduated cylinder. (see photo below) Word on the street is that executing the lab was a lot more fun than cleaning it up!


John and Abigail Adams Scholarship

 

We were pleased to receive notice this week from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education that the following seniors received the John and Abigail Adams Scholarship.   This scholarship recognizes excellence on the Math and English Language Arts MCAS exam taken in Grade 10.   Congratulations to all of these students!

 

Emma Beauchamp           Kandace Boutin               Erica Clifford                  Michaela Gierke

 

Naomi Gossement           Evan Hirmer                   Melissa Kiessling              Ben Knight

 

Amanda McDonald           Heidi Novack                  Chantelle Somers             Thomas Tagliavento

 

Brianna Valente               Matthew Whiman            Alec Willis

 

Extracurricular  News

 

“Halloween Warm Up” Dance:  The high school Student Activities Council will be holding a dance next Friday, October 22nd.   Admission is $5.   Students who were a legitimate and appropriate costume will be admitted for $4.    The top two costumes will get free admission.   Mr. Orpen, Mr. Renau, and Ms. Ruback will be the judge and jury for all decisions!

 

IACS Athletics

 

Boys Soccer

 

10/21 4:00p vs. Nashoba Tech  (Away)

10/26 4:00p vs. Greater Lowell (Home)

 

Girls Soccer

 

10/26  4:00 pm vs. Greater Lowell (Home)

10/28  4:00 pm vs. Advance Math & Science (Away)

 

For more information, or list of required materials please refer to the IACS Athletics website at:   http://sites.innovationcharter.org/athletics/

 

 

IACS Drama & Music Programs

 

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!  BROADWAY IS COMING TO THE IACS STAGE! 

IACS will present the Tony-Award Winning Broadway musical "Into the Woods" on December 10 and 11!  You won't want to miss this stellar cast and crew in the first (certainly not the last) Innovation Academy High School musical!  See the attached ticket order form for details!

 

Special offer until October 29th, tickets at $15 each. Starting November 1st, tickets at $18 each.    Do you know someone in the cast or crew of "Into the Woods"?  Would you like to send them a message in the play program?  Or, do you have a business you would like to advertise in the program?  See the attached advertisement order form for information on how to do this while supporting the Performing Arts Program at IACS! 

We are looking for adult volunteers to help in all areas of the high school production of "Into the Woods"!  If you think you might be able to lend a hand in any area, please contact acottle@innovationcharter.org.  Thank you! 

 


First Two After School Music Classes are Here!

 

Concert Band 101, Instrument Introduction

This 12-week session will introduce students to four concert band instruments: flute, trumpet, clarinet and alto sax.

Schedule: Tuesdays 3-4pm, starting 10/12/10

Tuition: $99 To register, contact Music Academy of Chelmsford at info@musicacademyofchelmsford.com or (978) 251-7741

 

 

Orchestra 101, Instrument Introduction

This 12-week session will introduce students to four orchestral instruments: violin, viola, cella and string bass.

Schedule: Wednesdays 3-4pm, starting 10/13/10

Tuition: $99 To register, contact Music Academy of Chelmsford at info@musicacademyofchelmsford.com or (978) 251-7741

 

Chorus - all ages, starts Tuesday, 3-4pm (More info attached in the flyer).

Also, on Monday anyone interested in the Rock Ensemble groups to stay after school for an informational meeting and evaluation so we can match kids up properly. For more information or to register, contact Music Academy of Chelmsford at info@musicacademyofchelmsford.com or (978) 251-7741

 

 

 

Innovation Academy Community Association

and

ALPHA

Tae Kwon Do Academy

 

Is pleased to present a new fundraiser


Alpha TKD will donate $50 to IACA for every student who registers for a six week trial.  Trial classes include a free uniform & 6 weeks of Martial Arts lessons. 

 

 

ALPHA

Tae Kwon Do Academy                                          

Redeem this coupon at Alpha TKD

before 11/1/10 and receive  $50 OFF 

the trial rate of $199…  you pay

only $149!  ….and we’ll donate $50         to IACA!

 

           

 

40 Vinal Square

N. Chelmsford, MA 01863

www.alphatkd.com

chelmsford@alphatkd.com                             

phone: 978-251-1331

 

5 minutes from IACS!

 

 

Family News

 

Advisory Breakfast:  Next Monday, October 25th we will be holding Advisory Breakfast in the High School from 8- 8:55.   It’s a great opportunity to re-connect with your child’s advisor as well as meet some other parents in the community.  Your advisor should be contacting you sometime next week to ask about food/drink donations.

 

Task Force: As mentioned in Executive Director Walter Landberg's recent letter, featured in the "updates" section on our website, the Task Force on Facility and School Expansion will hold regular meetings.  These meetings will be held at the school, are open to the school community and are tentatively scheduled for 7PM on the following dates:  10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8 &11/21. If you are interested in attending to join the meeting and listen to the discussion, please share your plans to attend with Walter Landberg, as dates are subject to change.  You can email Walter at wlandberg@innovationcharter.org or call him at 978-649-0432, ext. 2217.

 

IACS Lunch Program Help Wanted

 

Are you looking for a way to fulfill your volunteering hours?  IACS Lunch Program could use your help.  It’s a great way to see how the lunch program works, sample the food & meet the fabulous IACS students. Please email karen.drake@innovationcharter.org to find out more.  

 

Dear IACS Community: We need your help!

 

Please take 2 minutes to fill out the following on-line volunteer information form.  This form will provide us with information on what you are interested in and are able to volunteer for. The form is for informational purposes and will not automatically obligate you.. As events come up throughout the year, we will contact you if you have indicated that you have interest in volunteering for a particular event and confirm that you are still able to volunteer. We appreciate your help! Go to the following link to fill out the form: https://spreadsheets2.google.com/viewform?formkey=dC1PV2cwX3A2ZGhUMF9QanZHLXdLa3c6MQ

 

Welcome and thank you for taking the time to complete this volunteer form!

You can also access the form from the IACA website:www.iaca.weebly.com

If you have any questions please contact Susan Howard at: iacsvolunteering@gmail.com

(If the link doesn't bring you to the form you can copy and paste it into your browser and access it from there)

 

IACA Hosts Another School Event! So….LET'S GET ROLLING.......

 

(IACS half day release)

IACA-Roller Skating Party at Roller Kingdom-Tyngsboro

When: Monday, October 25, 2010, 1pm – 3pm

Where: Roller Kingdom 355 Middlesex Road, Tyngsboro, MA

Description: Monday, October 25, 2010, (Early Release Day) 1:00-3:00 @ Roller Kingdom - Tyngsboro Join your friends and family for a fun skating event! Admission is $6.00. Skates are available for rental ($3) or you can bring your own.  For grades 5-12. Please join us for a fun filled afternoon! This event is staffed by the Roller Kingdom and is not chaperoned by IACA. Please visit www.iaca.weebly.com for flyer.

 

IACA Meeting

 

Please come to the IACA's (like the PTO) 2nd meeting of the year, Monday, October 18th from 7-9pm in the Cafeteria.  We will be discussing upcoming IACS events, learn more about how you can get involved. All are welcome!  email, Janet Morris,  janetmorris1@verizon.net with questions.

 

Fall Festival: The fall festival scheduled for October 23rd has been cancelled.

 

 

IACS Athletics Monday, October 18 – Saturday, October 23

 

MS XC: Monday, Oct. 18 vs. LCCPS – 3:30pm @ LeBlanc Park

HS Boys Soccer: Thursday, Oct. 21 vs. NVT – 4:00pm @ CHS-Field #12

 

For the most updated information please refer to the IACS Athletics website at www.innovationcharter.org.  Click on “Athletics and Activities.”

 

 

 

Board Meeting


The next Board Meeting for this school year will take place on Monday, October 18th at 6:30pm. Please contact Executive Director Walter Landberg at wlandberg@innovationcharter.org for more details.

The following Board Meetings will also be at 6:30pm.

11/15   12/13   1/24     2/28     3/21     4/11     5/16    

6/4-Saturday Board Retreat 9am-2pm & 6/13-Annual Meeting

 

Important Dates:

Tuesday             10/19:  PLAN (Grade 10)

Thursday           10/21:  Early Release (12:15 pm)

Monday             10/25:  Advisory Breakfast (8-9 am) and Early Release (12:15 pm)

Family Journal: October 8th, 2010

posted Oct 8, 2010, 1:12 PM by Greg Orpen   [ updated Oct 8, 2010, 1:29 PM ]

Academic News

 

 

Learning Spotlight: English 412: Read to the Beat (Celine Nader & Marylou Johnson)

 

Students wrote and performed their own "impassioned sermons” about causes that was of personal interest to them.  Topics ranged from the serious to the comical including: child abuse, pros and cons of following the Ten Commandments, why students should deactivate Facebook pages, why teachers should assign less homework. 

 

The structure and delivery of their “sermon” was to follow the Black Sermonic (or Prophetic) tradition.  Students had to consider the purpose, audience, content, organization, and style.   Some students presented in class while others videotaped their sermons.  Perhaps we’ll see some more performances during Exhibition Night!

 

Practice Standardized Test Exams

 

Next Wednesday (October 13th),  all students in Grade 10 and 11 will be taking the practice SAT.  On Tuesday, October 19th all students in Grade 10 will be taking the practice ACT exam.    While these tests are not used in the college admissions process, they do provide feedback to your student and our school about areas of strength and improvement for actual SAT.  (Juniors will take their first SAT this January)

 

While IACS provides test ordering and administration, we ask that families pay for the cost of the exam.  Please have you student bring in cash or a check made out to IACS for the following amount and give them to their advisor.

 

Grade 10:  Practice SAT & ACT:   $28

Grade 11:  Practice SAT:  $13

 

Thank you!

 

 

Grade 10 Health Notice:

 

Sexual health education is part of our 10th grade curriculum.  The course curriculum includes information regarding sexual reproduction, sexually transmitted infections and protection methods. Healthy vs. unhealthy relationships and communication skills will also be discussed. The instructional format will include classroom discussion, interactive activities, pertinent readings and video viewing.  The overall goal of the curriculum is to promote the health and well-being of our students, and to help them make wise and informed decisions during their teen-age years and beyond.

 

During the course of the project, students will be encouraged to ask questions, which will be answered factually and in an age appropriate manner.  Each student's privacy will be respected, and no one will be put on the spot to ask or answer questions or reveal personal information.  Material will be presented in a balanced, factual way that makes clear that people may have strong beliefs about issues and that these beliefs must be respected.

 

Under Massachusetts law and school district policy, you may choose to have your child excused from any portion of a curriculum that primarily involves human sexual education or human sexuality issues.

 

If you have additional questions or would like to exempt your child from the Sexual Health Education unit please call or email Gayle Nutile Pimm by October 15th 2010.  

 

We look forward to working with you to ensure that your child has a positive and educationally enriching experience this school year. 


Extracurricular  News



IACS Athletics

 

Boys Soccer

 

10/14 4:00p vs. Greater Lowell  (Home)

10/21 4:00p vs. Nashoba Tech  (Away)

10/26 4:00p vs. Greater Lowell (Home)

 

Girls Soccer

 

10/8 4:00p vs. Greater Lowell Tech HS  (Away)

10/13 4:00p vs. Academy of ND  (Away)

10/14 4:00p vs. AMSA  (Away)

 

 

For more information, or list of required materials please refer to the IACS Athletics website at:   http://sites.innovationcharter.org/athletics/

 

IACS Drama & Music Programs

 

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!  BROADWAY IS COMING TO THE IACS STAGE! 

IACS will present the Tony-Award Winning Broadway musical "Into the Woods" on December 10 and 11!  You won't want to miss this stellar cast and crew in the first (certainly not the last) Innovation Academy High School musical!  See the attached ticket order form for details!

 

Special offer until October 29th, tickets at $15 each. Starting November 1st, tickets at $18 each.

Do you know someone in the cast or crew of "Into the Woods"?  Would you like to send them a message in the play program?  Or, do you have a business you would like to advertise in the program?  See the attached advertisement order form for information on how to do this while supporting the Performing Arts Program at IACS! 

We are looking for adult volunteers to help in all areas of the high school production of "Into the Woods"!  If you think you might be able to lend a hand in any area, please contact acottle@innovationcharter.org.  Thank you!  

 

 

Want to get involved with Drama?   It’s not too late!   There are many ways you can make non-acting contributions to the production of “Into the Woods”.   Interested students should email Rhonda Hawthorne at:  rhawthorne@innovationcharter.org

 

First Two After School Music Classes are Here!

 

Concert Band 101, Instrument Introduction

This 12-week session will introduce students to four concert band instruments: flute, trumpet, clarinet and alto sax.

Schedule: Tuesdays 3-4pm, starting 10/12/10

Tuition: $99 To register, contact Music Academy of Chelmsford at info@musicacademyofchelmsford.com or (978) 251-7741

 

 

Orchestra 101, Instrument Introduction

This 12-week session will introduce students to four orchestral instruments: violin, viola, cella and string bass.

Schedule: Wednesdays 3-4pm, starting 10/13/10

Tuition: $99 To register, contact Music Academy of Chelmsford at info@musicacademyofchelmsford.com or (978) 251-7741

 

 

 

Family News

 

 

Task Force: As mentioned in Executive Director Walter Landberg's recent letter, featured in the "updates" section on our website, the Task Force on Facility and School Expansion will hold regular meetings.  These meetings will be held at the school, are open to the school community and are tentatively scheduled for 7PM on the following dates:  10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8 &11/21. If you are interested in attending to join the meeting and listen to the discussion, please share your plans to attend with Walter Landberg, as dates are subject to change.  You can email Walter at wlandberg@innovationcharter.org or call him at 978-649-0432, ext. 2217.

 

IACS Lunch Program Help Wanted

 

Are you looking for a way to fulfill your volunteering hours?  IACS Lunch Program could use your help.  It’s a great way to see how the lunch program works, sample the food & meet the fabulous IACS students. Please email karen.drake@innovationcharter.org to find out more.  

 

 

October is BOX TOPS Month!

Welcome back!  Already, it is time for us to submit our box tops and get some cash for the school.  We're holding a HOMEBASE Challenge.  Have your student submit their box tops in the collection box in the cafe.  BE SURE TO INCLUDE HOMEBASE NAME with your submission.  The Homebase with the most submissions for October will earn a special reward to share.  Can ANYONE BEAT Dave Maier's class???  Remember - we ONLY Collect Box Tops for Education at this time (no Campbell's soup labels or Betty Crocker Points, please!).  High School families - you are welcome to submit at well - we'll find a way to acknowledge your contributions if you include student name and advisory with submission.

Questions?  Contact Kate Conran kateconran@hotmail.com 978-244-1244

 

Student Services

The Student Services PAC is looking for a parent interested in serving as PAC Chair.  The PAC chair schedules and attends PAC meetings, maintains a family contact list, and serves as the main contact for families interested in participating in the PAC. If interested in this role please contact Aimee Voleti at avoleti@innovationcharter.org or 978-649-0432 x2232

 

Student Services PAC mailing list

The Student Services PAC email list will provide families with notice of PAC events and meetings held at Innovation Academy, as well as events held by PACS in surrounding communities. PAC participation is open to all families, regardless of their child's special education status and the goal of the PAC is to ensure that children with special needs in our school have the best school experience possible. It is about sharing information, ideas, resources and energy among school personnel and families with and without special needs children.  Parents interested in being placed on the PAC email list should contact Mary Pat Beatty at mbeatty@innovationcharter.org  or call x2230

 

Dear IACS Community: We need your help!

 

Please take 2 minutes to fill out the following on-line volunteer information form.  This form will provide us with information on what you are interested in and are able to volunteer for. The form is for informational purposes and will not automatically obligate you.. As events come up throughout the year, we will contact you if you have indicated that you have interest in volunteering for a particular event and confirm that you are still able to volunteer. We appreciate your help! Go to the following link to fill out the form: https://spreadsheets2.google.com/viewform?formkey=dC1PV2cwX3A2ZGhUMF9QanZHLXdLa3c6MQ

 

Welcome and thank you for taking the time to complete this volunteer form!

You can also access the form from the IACA website:www.iaca.weebly.com

If you have any questions please contact Susan Howard at: iacsvolunteering@gmail.com

(If the link doesn't bring you to the form you can copy and paste it into your browser and access it from there)

 

IACA Hosts Another School Event! So….LET'S GET ROLLING.......

(IACS half day release)

IACA-Roller Skating Party at Roller Kingdom-Tyngsboro

When: Monday, October 25, 2010, 1pm – 3pm

Where: Roller Kingdom 355 Middlesex Road, Tyngsboro, MA

Description: Monday, October 25, 2010, (Early Release Day) 1:00-3:00 @ Roller Kingdom - Tyngsboro Join your friends and family for a fun skating event! Admission is $6.00. Skates are available for rental ($3) or you can bring your own.  For grades 5-12. Please join us for a fun filled afternoon! This event is staffed by the Roller Kingdom and is not chaperoned by IACA. Please visit www.iaca.weebly.com for flyer.

 

Board Meeting


The next Board Meeting for this school year will take place on Monday, October 18th at 6:30pm. Please contact Executive Director Walter Landberg at wlandberg@innovationcharter.org for more details.

The following Board Meetings will also be at 6:30pm.

11/15   12/13   1/24     2/28     3/21     4/11     5/16    

6/4-Saturday Board Retreat 9am-2pm & 6/13-Annual Meeting

 

Important Dates:

 

Monday            10/11:  No School (Columbus Day)

Wednesday       10/13:  PSATs (Grade 10 and 11)

Tuesday             10/19:  PLAN (Grade 10)

Thursday           10/21:  Early Release (12:15 pm)

Monday             10/25:  Early Release (12:15 pm)

Family Journal: October 1, 2010

posted Oct 1, 2010, 11:48 AM by Greg Orpen

Academic News

 

 

Leaning Spotlight: Financial Planning @ IACS

 

At what age were you taught the principles of financial planning?  Did you end up figuring it out on your own?  Every Monday and Thursday a group of upperclassmen explore a variety of financial topics in a math elective taught by Suzanne Hickey, Financial Literacy and Planning.   The course started out with an examination of how to manage personal spending, including rental agreements.  Other topics that will be explored include:  credit card interest rates, debt management, principles of borrowing and lending from banks, and investment strategies.   We expect that these students should be arriving on Wall Street in 2016 to help straighten things out!

 

 

Grade 10 Health Notice:

 

Sexual health education is part of our 10th grade curriculum.  The course curriculum includes information regarding sexual reproduction, sexually transmitted infections and protection methods. Healthy vs. unhealthy relationships and communication skills will also be discussed. The instructional format will include classroom discussion, interactive activities, pertinent readings and video viewing.  The overall goal of the curriculum is to promote the health and well-being of our students, and to help them make wise and informed decisions during their teen-age years and beyond.

 

During the course of the project, students will be encouraged to ask questions, which will be answered factually and in an age appropriate manner.  Each student's privacy will be respected, and no one will be put on the spot to ask or answer questions or reveal personal information.  Material will be presented in a balanced, factual way that makes clear that people may have strong beliefs about issues and that these beliefs must be respected.

 

Under Massachusetts law and school district policy, you may choose to have your child excused from any portion of a curriculum that primarily involves human sexual education or human sexuality issues.

 

If you have additional questions or would like to exempt your child from the Sexual Health Education unit please fill out and sign the form below.  Please call or email Gayle Nutile Pimm by October 15th 2010.  

 

We look forward to working with you to ensure that your child has a positive and educationally enriching experience this school year. 

 

 

 

Extracurricular  News

 

IACS Athletics Monday, October 4 – Saturday, October 9

 

MS Boys and Girls Soccer: Monday, Oct. 4 vs. FAS – 3:30pm @ Edwards Park

MS Coed XC: Wednesday, Oct. 6 vs. SMiS – 3:30pm @ LeBlanc Park

MS Boys and Girls Soccer: Thursday, Oct. 7 vs. NDA – 3:30pm @ NDA

 

HS Boys Soccer: Tuesday, Oct. 5 @ F. Parker Charter School (JV) – 4:00pm (Devens)

HS Girls Soccer: Wednesday, Oct. 6 @ Acad. of Notre Dame – 4:00pm

 

For more information, or list of required materials please refer to the IACS Athletics website at:   http://sites.innovationcharter.org/athletics/

 

IACS Drama

 

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!  BROADWAY IS COMING TO THE IACS STAGE! 

IACS will present the Tony-Award Winning Broadway musical "Into the Woods" on December 10 and 11!  You won't want to miss this stellar cast and crew in the first (certainly not the last) Innovation Academy High School musical!  See the attached ticket order form for details!

 

Special offer until October 29th, tickets at $15 each. Starting November 1st, tickets at $18 each.

Do you know someone in the cast or crew of "Into the Woods"?  Would you like to send them a message in the play program?  Or, do you have a business you would like to advertise in the program?  See the attached advertisement order form for information on how to do this while supporting the Performing Arts Program at IACS! 

We are looking for adult volunteers to help in all areas of the high school production of "Into the Woods"!  If you think you might be able to lend a hand in any area, please contact acottle@innovationcharter.org.  Thank you! 

 

 

Want to get involved with Drama?   It’s not too late!   There are many ways you can make non-acting contributions to the production of “Into the Woods”.   Interested students should email Rhonda Hawthorne at:  rhawthorne@innovationcharter.org

 

 

 

Family News

 

Picture Day & Senior Portraits

 

Picture Day will be held next Friday, October 8th.  These pictures will be used for the IACS High School Yearbook.  While all students should be considerate about clothes wear for pictures, we suggest that senior boys consider wearing jacket/tie and senior girls dress with equivalent formality as this is when Senior Portraits will take place.   For seniors who wish to have their Senior Portraits taken another vendor, you can make arrangements through Tuccelli Photography. (http://www.tuccelliphotography.com/)

Please note that seniors who wish to have their senior portraits in the Yearbook may only use these two vendors.  For additional questions please contact Mrs. Kelly @ skelly@innovationcharter.org

 

 

Task Force: As mentioned in Executive Director Walter Landberg's recent letter, featured in the "updates" section on our website, the Task Force on Facility and School Expansion will hold regular meetings.  These meetings will be held at the school, are open to the school community and are tentatively scheduled for 7PM on the following dates:  10/4, 10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8 &11/21. If you are interested in attending to join the meeting and listen to the discussion, please share your plans to attend with Walter Landberg, as dates are subject to change.  You can email Walter at wlandberg@innovationcharter.org or call him at 978-649-0432, ext. 2217.

 

IACS Lunch Program Help Wanted

 

Are you looking for a way to fulfill your volunteering hours?  IACS Lunch Program could use your help.  It’s a great way to see how the lunch program works, sample the food & meet the fabulous IACS students. Please email karen.drake@innovationcharter.org to find out more.  

 

 

October is BOX TOPS Month!

Welcome back!  Already, it is time for us to submit our box tops and get some cash for the school.  We're holding a HOMEBASE Challenge.  Have your student submit their box tops in the collection box in the cafe.  BE SURE TO INCLUDE HOMEBASE NAME with your submission.  The Homebase with the most submissions for October will earn a special reward to share.  Can ANYONE BEAT Dave Maier's class???  Remember - we ONLY Collect Box Tops for Education at this time (no Campbell's soup labels or Betty Crocker Points, please!).  High School families - you are welcome to submit at well - we'll find a way to acknowledge your contributions if you include student name and advisory with submission.

Questions?  Contact Kate Conran kateconran@hotmail.com 978-244-1244

 

Student Services

The Student Services PAC is looking for a parent interested in serving as PAC Chair.  The PAC chair schedules and attends PAC meetings, maintains a family contact list, and serves as the main contact for families interested in participating in the PAC. If interested in this role please contact Aimee Voleti at avoleti@innovationcharter.org or 978-649-0432 x2232

 

Student Services PAC mailing list

The Student Services PAC email list will provide families with notice of PAC events and meetings held at Innovation Academy, as well as events held by PACS in surrounding communities. PAC participation is open to all families, regardless of their child's special education status and the goal of the PAC is to ensure that children with special needs in our school have the best school experience possible. It is about sharing information, ideas, resources and energy among school personnel and families with and without special needs children.  Parents interested in being placed on the PAC email list should contact Mary Pat Beatty at mbeatty@innovationcharter.org  or call x2230

 

 

Dear IACS Community: We need your help!

 

Please take 2 minutes to fill out the following on-line volunteer information form.  This form will provide us with information on what you are interested in and are able to volunteer for. The form is for informational purposes and will not automatically obligate you.. As events come up throughout the year, we will contact you if you have indicated that you have interest in volunteering for a particular event and confirm that you are still able to volunteer. We appreciate your help! Go to the following link to fill out the form: https://spreadsheets2.google.com/viewform?formkey=dC1PV2cwX3A2ZGhUMF9QanZHLXdLa3c6MQ

 

Welcome and thank you for taking the time to complete this volunteer form!

You can also access the form from the IACA website:www.iaca.weebly.com

If you have any questions please contact Susan Howard at: iacsvolunteering@gmail.com

(If the link doesn't bring you to the form you can copy and paste it into your browser and access it from there)

 

IACA Hosts Another School Event! So….LET'S GET ROLLING.......

(IACS half day release)

IACA-Roller Skating Party at Roller Kingdom-Tyngsboro

When: Monday, October 25, 2010, 1pm – 3pm

Where: Roller Kingdom 355 Middlesex Road, Tyngsboro, MA

Description: Monday, October 25, 2010, (Early Release Day) 1:00-3:00 @ Roller Kingdom - Tyngsboro Join your friends and family for a fun skating event! Admission is $6.00. Skates are available for rental ($3) or you can bring your own.  For grades 5-12. Please join us for a fun filled afternoon! This event is staffed by the Roller Kingdom and is not chaperoned by IACA. Please visit www.iaca.weebly.com for flyer.

 

Board Meeting


The next Board Meeting for this school year will take place on Monday, October 18th at 6:30pm. Please contact Executive Director Walter Landberg at wlandberg@innovationcharter.org for more details.

The following Board Meetings will also be at 6:30pm.

11/15            12/13            1/24            2/28            3/21            4/11            5/16           

6/4-Saturday Board Retreat 9am-2pm & 6/13-Annual Meeting

 

Important Dates:

Tuesday             10/5:   Early Release (12:15 pm)

Friday                10/8:   Picture Day

Friday                10/8:   Coffee with the Executive Director (8:00 – 9:00)

Monday             10/11:  No School (Columbus Day)

Thursday           10/21:  Early Release (12:15 pm)

Monday             10/25:  Early Release (12:15 pm)

Family Journal - September 24, 2010

posted Sep 24, 2010, 12:00 PM by sdouglas@innovationcharter.org

Dear IACS Community,

 

It was wonderful this week to see so many families in the building this week.  ILP Conferences provided a wonderful opportunity for students to develop some goals for the year.  Furthermore, they provided the initial point of contact for parents, students, and advisors.  If you have not already confirmed a date for your ILP conference, please contact your child’s advisor.

 

We look forward to seeing all the members of our parent community at Back-to-School Night on Wednesday, September 29th from 6-7:30. This will be a great opportunity for parents to meet their child’s teachers and learn about the High School curriculum.

 

Have a wonderful weekend!


Sasha & Greg

High School Co-Principals

 

 

Leaning Spotlight:  College Information Sessions

This fall over 30 College and Universities will be visiting Innovation Academy to conduct information sessions and learn more about our school and students.  College information sessions are open to all high school students and they are strongly encouraged to attend and learn more about a variety of schools.  Recent information sessions that where held this past week include WPI, Boston Unviersity, Smith College, and Elon University.  For more information please contact Jennifer Warren, Director of College Counseling at jwarren@innovationcharter.org

 

 

Back to School Night

Back to school night for High School parents is on Wednesday, September 29th from 6-7:30. Come meet your child’s teachers and learn about their curriculum.

 

Student Services

The Student Services PAC is looking for a parent interested in serving as PAC Chair.  The PAC chair schedules and attends PAC meetings, maintains a family contact list, and serves as the main contact for families interested in participating in the PAC. If interested in this role please contact Aimee Voleti at avoleti@innovationcharter.org or 978-649-0432 x2232

 

Student Services PAC mailing list

The Student Services PAC email list will provide families with notice of PAC events and meetings held at Innovation Academy, as well as events held by PACS in surrounding communities. PAC participation is open to all families, regardless of their child's special education status and the goal of the PAC is to ensure that children with special needs in our school have the best school experience possible. It is about sharing information, ideas, resources and energy among school personnel and families with and without special needs children.  Parents interested in being placed on the PAC email list should contact Mary Pat Beatty at mbeatty@innovationcharter.org  or call x2230

 

Request for Parent Volunteers from the Executive Director

This October Innovation Academy will be welcoming a site visit team from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education as part of our school’s renewal process.  (A hallmark of charter schools is that they are regularly visited and evaluated by the state)  As part of this process, the site visit team meets with a panel of parents of our school.   The panel should reflect both new and “veteran” families in our school.   If you would like to be a part of the parent panel, please contact our Executive Director Walter Landberg @  wlandberg@innovationcharter.org

 

Additional Music Information Night

 September 27th at 7PM in the Auditorium.  Andrew Rega of the Music Academy of Chelmsford will be present at the school to inform parents and students about the afterschool music opportunities that will be available this year at IACS. If you attended the session on the 20th it is not necessary to attend this one.

 

 

Volunteer Opportunity

"The History of IACS" -- As many are likely aware, this is our 15th year of the school.  The job of this team of volunteers will be to review, order and organize our extensive files of memorabilia for viewing and storage.  The final product will include a number of "scrap book" like portfolios of articles about the history of the school and other memorabilia and a temporary exhibit on the history of the school.  Ideally, volunteers for these positions will have previous experience with scrap-booking type work/hobbying, some artistic/design experience or knowledge and, most importantly, a passion for Innovation Academy!  Contact Walter Landberg, Executive Director if you're interested in taking on this fun assignment:  wlandberg@innovationcharter.org or 978-649-0432, ext. 2217

 

 

Dear IACS Community: We need your help!

Please take 2 minutes to fill out the following on-line volunteer information form.  This form will provide us with information on what you are interested in and are able to volunteer for. The form is for informational purposes and will not automatically obligate you.. As events come up throughout the year, we will contact you if you have indicated that you have interest in volunteering for a particular event and confirm that you are still able to volunteer. We appreciate your help! Go to the following link to fill out the form: https://spreadsheets2.google.com/viewform?formkey=dC1PV2cwX3A2ZGhUMF9QanZHLXdLa3c6MQ

 

Welcome and thank you for taking the time to complete this volunteer form!

You can also access the form from the IACA website:www.iaca.weebly.com

If you have any questions please contact Susan Howard at: iacsvolunteering@gmail.com

(If the link doesn't bring you to the form you can copy and paste it into your browser and access it from there)

 

 

Board Meeting
The next Board Meeting for this school year will take place on Monday, October 18th at 6:30pm. Please contact Executive Director Walter Landberg at wlandberg@innovationcharter.org for more details.

The following Board Meetings will also be at 6:30pm.

11/15            12/13            1/24            2/28            3/21            4/11            5/16           

6/4-Saturday Board Retreat 9am-2pm & 6/13-Annual Meeting

 

 

IACA Hosts Another School Event! So….LET'S GET ROLLING.......

(IACS half day release)

IACA-Roller Skating Party at Roller Kingdom-Tyngsboro

When: Monday, October 25, 2010, 1pm – 3pm

Where: Roller Kingdom 355 Middlesex Road, Tyngsboro, MA

Description:Monday, October 25, 2010, (Early Release Day) 1:00-3:00 @ Roller Kingdom - Tyngsboro Join your friends and family for a fun skating event! Admission is $6.00. Skates are available for rental ($3) or you can bring your own.  For grades 5-12. Please join us for a fun filled afternoon! This event is staffed by the Roller Kingdom and is not chaperoned by IACA. Please visit www.iaca.weebly.com for flyer.

 

 

 

Scholastic Book Fair
Don’t forget the Scholastic Book Fair opens on Monday 9/27 at 8:00 am.  Make sure you schedule time to come visit us.  There are fabulous new books for both teens and adults that would be great for fall reading.  Come check them out.

 

IACS Athletics:   Monday, September 27 – Saturday, October 2

MS XC: Monday, 9/27 vs. SJA – 3:30pm @ LeBlanc Park

MS XC: Thursday, 9/30 vs. DMS – 3:30m @ LeBlanc Park

MS GSoccer: Monday, 9/27 vs. SLS – 3:30pm @ LeBlanc Park

MS BSoccer & GSoccer: Tuesday, 9/28 vs. F. Parker Charter School @ Roger’s Field (Devens)

HS Athletics

MENS: Tuesday, Sept. 28 vs. Greater Lowell Tech (JV) – 4:00pm (@ Chelmsford HS)

 

 

 

Important Dates:

Tuesday             9/21:   Early Release (12:15 pm)

Wednesday        9/29:   Coffee with the Executive Director (8:00 – 9:00)

Wednesday        9/29:   High School Back to School Night (6:30 – 8:00 pm)

Tuesday             10/5:   Early Release (12:15 pm)

Friday                10/8:   Picture Day

Friday                10/8:   Coffee with the Executive Director (8:00 – 9:00)

Monday             10/11:  No School (Columbus Day)

Thursday           10/21:  Early Release (12:15 pm)

Monday             10/25:  Early Release (12:15 pm)

 

High School Family Journal: September 17, 2010

posted Sep 17, 2010, 1:16 PM by Greg Orpen

Academic News

 

Hello High School Students and Families,

 

Believe it or not we have just completed our first 5-day week of school.    The positive energy of students and faculty has continued with the soccer teams beginning their season, the “Into the Woods” cast filling the auditorium with songs, our student government is holding meetings, yearbook committees are being formed, the list goes on…

 

All high school families should be receiving letters in the mail with information regard g our X2 data base/on-line gradebook and a list of important dates for this school year.  We hope to see everyone on either September 21st or October 5th for the Fall Individual Learning Plan (ILP) conferences, as well as the September 29th Parent Night.

 

Regards,

 

Sasha and Greg

 

 

Learning Spotlight:  Choice Block

 

This Thursday week our “Choice Block” program started.   Choice Block occurs from 2-3 every Thursday when students and staff participate in elective courses designed by our staff.  The course offerings include:  Small Engine Repair, Kickball, Jane Austen movies, “Lawn Games”, Trail Crew, Art Loft, “Story Time” (featuring the National Public Radio show titled This American Life), Robotics, Board Game Tournaments, Kick Ball, Reading Room, Flag Football, Music Appreciation, and Technology Crew. 

 

Having students interact with peers of all ages and faculty who they might not see in their standard classes builds whole school community which we think makes our school such a unique place.   If you know of someone who would like to spend 1 hour/week teaching a class, please send your ideas to either Sasha or Greg.

 

Extracurricular Events

 

 

Athletic Calendar

 

Girls Soccer

 

Sept 16    Advanced Math & Science Academy (H)

        21    Notre Dame Academy (H)

Oct    1    Greater Lowell Tech (A)

         6     Notre Dame Academy (A)

        14   Advanced Math & Science Academy (A)

        26   Greater Lowell Tech (H)

        28   Advanced Math & Science Academy (A)

 

Boys Soccer

 

Sept 14    Advanced Math & Science Academy (H)

        23    Advanced Math & Science Academy (A)

        28     Greater Lowell Tech (H)

Oct    5    Francis Parker Charter School (H)

        21   Nashoba Valley Tech (H)

        26   Greater Lowell Tech (A)

        28   Advanced Math & Science Academy (H)

 

For the most up to date scores, times, directions, and announcements visit out athletics website: http://sites.innovationcharter.org/athletics/

 

IACA-Roller Skating Party at Roller Kingdom-Tyngsboro

 

When: Tuesday, September 21, 2010, 1pm – 3pm 

             (To be held again on October 25th)

 

Where: Roller Kingdom 355 Middlesex Road, Tyngsboro, MA

Description: Tuesday, September 21, 2010, (Early Release Day) 1:00-3:00 @ Roller Kingdom - Tyngsboro Join your friends and family for a fun skating event! Admission is $6.00. Skates are available for rental ($3) or you can bring your own.  For grades 5-12. Please join us for a fun filled afternoon! This event is staffed by the Roller Kingdom and is not chaperoned by IACA. Please visit www.iaca.weebly.com  for more information.

 

Family News

 

Dismissal/Pick up Policy Adjustments

 

In order to improve the pick-up process on the middle school side, we are changing the policy to allow middle school students who have high school sibilings/carpoolers to be picked up together on the high school side of the building.  Families that fit this category should instruct their high school student to wait for their middle school sibling and any other middle school carpoolers in the area outside of the school and then walk with them across the parking lot to their car.  

 We ask that all other middle school students, who do not have high school siblings or carpoolers, continue to be picked up on the middle school side of the building.  This policy will be put into effect on Monday, September 20th.

 We will continue to look at ways to improve the pick up line and encourage families to seek carpools, reducing the number of cars in the lot, if possible.  Thanks for your cooperation and patience."

 

Volunteering Opportunities


We need your help! Please take 2 minutes to fill out the following on-line volunteer information form.  This form will provide us with information on what you are interested in and are able to volunteer for. The form is for informational purposes and will not automatically obligate you. As events come up throughout the year, we will contact you if you have indicated that you have interest in volunteering for a particular event and confirm that you are still able to volunteer.

Please visit the IACA website for more information: http://iaca.weebly.com/

 

High School Scholastic Book Fair

 

It is time to stock up for your fall reading.  The book fair begins on September 27th and ends October 1st.  The fair will be open during school hours (8 am – 3 pm).    We are trying to expand our High School Library so please stop by and visit us.  If you would like to volunteer with the fair please contact Karin Bourque at 978/649-5538 or email @

kbourque6@verizon.net

 

Student Services PAC looking for parent interested in serving as PAC Chair:


The Student Services PAC is looking for a parent interested in serving as PAC Chair.  The PAC chair schedules and attends PAC meetings, maintains a family contact list, and serves as the main contact for families interested in participating in the PAC.   If interested in this role please contact Aimee Voleti at  . HYPERLINK "mailto:avoleti@innovationcharter.org" \t "_blank" .avoleti@innovationcharter.org. or call x2232


Student Services PAC mailing list:


The Student Services PAC email list will provide families with notice of PAC events and meetings held at Innovation Academy, as well as events held by PACS in surrounding communities.   PAC participation is open to all families, regardless of their child's special education status and the goal of the PAC is to ensure that children with special needs in our school have the best school experience possible. It is about sharing information, ideas, resources and energy among school personnel and families with and without special needs children.  Parents interested in being placed on the PAC email list should contact Aimee Voleti:  avoleti@innovationcharter.org or call x2232

 

 

Important Dates:

Tuesday             9/21:   Early Release (12:15 pm)

Wednesday            9/29:   High School Back to School Night (6:30 – 8:00 pm)

Tuesday            10/5:   Early Release (12:15 pm)

Friday                        10/8:   Picture Day

Monday            10/11:  No School (Columbus Day)

Thursday            10/21:  Early Release (12:15 pm)

Monday            10/25:  Early Release (12:15 pm)in

 

Family Journal - September 10, 2010

posted Sep 10, 2010, 10:54 AM by sdouglas@innovationcharter.org   [ updated Sep 10, 2010, 11:26 AM ]

Dear IACS Community,

 

Now that Labor Day has passed, schedules are ironed out and the temperature is a few degrees lower, it feels like the year is in full swing!  Over the past week, it has been a pleasure to see the work that students are doing in classes.  Its clear that even though we are in the first weeks of school, students and teachers are already engaging in challenging and engaging work. 

 

One example of such work took place today, September 10th.  Please read the student submission below regarding “Funhouse Friday”, a multimedia student presentation put on by students from Grades 9 – 12.

 

Have a wonderful weekend!


Sasha & Greg

High School Co-Principals

 

Leaning Spotlight: Funhouse Friday Preparation by Maria Figueroa and Arielle Vieira

To prepare for Fun House Friday's students in Jerry Beck’s Fluxus class had to decorate the room. In one of our classes we had to paint on reflective paper by dancing on it. We even had to close our eyes and paint. Another class we made scary creatures to make it seem like a mad fun house. We put blankets on the floor and chairs in the back to make it look like an outdoor concert. We want it to be absolutely packed for it to be a hit. The idea of Fun House Friday is to show the different talents of students to the rest of the high school.

 

 

Request for Parent Volunteers from the Executive Director

This October Innovation Academy will be welcoming a site visit team from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education as part of our school’s renewal process.  (A hallmark of charter schools is that they are regularly visited and evaluated by the state)  As part of this process, the site visit team meets with a panel of parents of our school.   The panel should reflect both new and “veteran” families in our school.   If you would like to be a part of the parent panel, please contact our Executive Director Walter Landberg @  wlandberg@innovationcharter.org

 

Back to School Night

Back to school night for High School parents is on Wednesday, September 29th from 6-7:30. Come meet your child’s teachers and learn about their curriculum.

 

Planners

If you haven’t sent in your child’s planner money to their advisor please do so. Planners are an important tool to help keep your child organized. All students are required to have a planner whether purchased from the school or elsewhere. Planners are available from student’s advisors for $5.00.

 

X2 Database

You will receive a user name and password for the X2 database in the mail next week. The database is a helpful tool used to check your child’s attendance, grades and assignments.

 

Individual Learning Plan conferences will be held on our first two half days; 9/21 & 10/5. Your child’s advisor will be contacting you to set up an ILP.

 

Important Dates:

Tuesday             9/21:   Early Release (12:15 pm)

Wednesday        9/29:   High School Back to School Night (6:00 – 7:30 pm)

Tuesday             10/5:   Early Release (12:15 pm)

Friday                10/8:   Picture Day

Monday             10/11:  No School (Columbus Day)

Thursday           10/21:  Early Release (12:15 pm)

Monday             10/25:  Early Release (12:15 pm)

Family Journal: September 2, 2010

posted Sep 5, 2010, 6:08 AM by Greg Orpen   [ updated Sep 5, 2010, 6:11 AM ]

Welcome Back!

 

Though this past week was “short” by calendar standards, it was certainly packed with many activities and tremendous energy from students and staff.   On Tuesday we celebrated our first day of school with students from grades 9-12, another milestone for our school.   It was wonderful to welcome new faces- students and staff- who have joined our dynamic community.

 

In addition to settling into their schedules, students spent time discussing their summer reading books as well as connecting with their advisory groups.  Though classes began the exploring their respective curricula, the weeks ahead will quickly take on the pace and structure representative of the rest of the year.

 

Please take the opportunity to make sure that your student has access to the school supplies we outlined last spring as well as clothes that conform to our dress code.  If you need to review either the supply list or the dress code policy, please look at the previous “News” entry on our website titled “Summer Reading and Supply List”.  

 

Thanks again for all of your support and we look forward to seeing you in the upcoming year.

 

Regards,

 

Sasha Douglas and Greg Orpen

High School Co-Principals

 

 

Request for Parent Volunteers

 

This October Innovation Academy will be welcoming a site visit team from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education as part of our school’s renewal process.  (A hallmark of charter schools is that they are regularly visited and evaluated by the state)  As part of this process, the site visit team meets with a panel of parents of our school.   The panel should reflect both new and “veteran” families in our school.   If you would like to be a part of the parent panel, please contact our Executive Director Walter Landberg @  wlandberg@innovationcharter.org

 

 

Important Dates:

Tuesday             9/21:   Early Release (12:15 pm)

Wednesday        9/29:   High School Back to School Night (6:30 – 8:00 pm)

Tuesday             10/5:   Early Release (12:15 pm)

Friday                10/8:   Picture Day

Monday             10/11:  No School (Columbus Day)

Thursday           10/21:  Early Release (12:15 pm)

Monday             10/25:  Early Release (12:15 pm)

Summer Reading & Supply List

posted Jun 25, 2010, 11:35 AM by sdouglas@innovationcharter.org   [ updated Jun 29, 2010, 8:27 AM by Greg Orpen ]

Attached are the 2010-2011 Summer Reading List, Supply List, and Dress Code policy.

Family Journal: May 21st

posted May 21, 2010, 11:16 AM by Greg Orpen

The Weekly Newsletter of IACS-HS

 

Academic News

 

 

MCAS News

 

Congratulations to all of our 10th graders who worked so diligently on their Mathematics MCAS this week!  We’re all proud of the tremendous amount of energy you poured into the preparation for this exam.  

 

Our last set of MCAS exams will take place on Tuesday June 2nd and Wednesday June 3rd.  This test is for Science and applies to the following students:

 

·  All 9th Grade students taking Engineering will take the Engineering and Technology Exam

·  Any 10th Grade student who has not previously passed (Advanced, Proficient, or Needs Improvement) a science MCAS exam will take the exam for Biology. 

 

Please email Greg Orpen if you have any questions @ gorpen@innovationcharter.org

 

“Want More?”

 

Innovation Academy Charter School Art (IACS) students invite you to "Want More?" an inspiring exhibition of art, music, poetry, and other creative activities.  The opening reception is Wednesday night, June 2nd from 6-9 PM, at the new Innovation Gallery, 22 Shattuck Street in downtown Lowell. This special outreach project will be open to the public by appointment for the month of June.

The project features a dynamic series of artworks as part of IACS Resident Innovator Jerry Beck's “Discovering Identity: Painting, Printmaking, Photography, and Prose" art class.


Visitors to the exhibit will have the opportunity to play artistically transformed musical instruments, create organic sculptures made of recycled materials, experience puppets with surrealistic personalities, explore conceptual installations that use light and shadow, experience the virtuosity of IACS Art Honor students" mixed media paintings and drawings, and finally, listen to the amazing music and poetry of Emma Beauchamp, Ben Knight, Matt Whiman, and Alec Willis.

This special outreach project is funded in part by a grant from the Theodore Edson Parker Foundation.  Class materials were generously donated by CITRASOL.

 

 

Scholastic Book Fair

Scholastic is coming to our school for a spring Book Fair! This special event offers a great opportunity for you to add many books to your child’s home and classroom library. 

The Book Fair will be held next week June 1st through June 7th. Please take a moment to look at the booklist for a preview of the books featured at the upcoming Fair. For your convenience, our Book Fair accepts credit cards, checks payable to IACA and cash. 

Our Book Fair provides a wide variety of books specifically selected to appeal to the interests of fifth through tenth graders. Students will attend the fair with their classmates at a pre-scheduled time during the week (see below). You are welcome to drop by during your child’s class or when ever the fair is open.

The fair will be open daily 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. 

 

Extracurricular News

 

Junior Prom

To all the juniors at IACS, prom tickets are now on sale! The prom will be held at the Old Town Hall in Chelmsford, from 7-11 pm, on June 5th. The theme is black and white, so where something colorful! Tickets are $25, and each student is allowed to bring one guest from outside of school. To pre-order tickets, email Chantelle Somers at chantelle.somers@innovationcharter.org. Get your ticket soon, for the first ever IACS prom!

To all the parents at IACS, we are looking for parent volunteers who would like to help with junior prom! We are in need of volunteers to prepare food and set up and break down the event. If you are interested, please email Chantelle Somers or Melissa Kiessling at chantelle.somers@innovationcharter.org or melissa.kiessling@innovationcharter.org Thank you!! Order Form Attached

 

Did you say pancakes? We did. But then we changed the date!

 Due to the nature of the week it was previously scheduled for, the pancake breakfast was rescheduled! We'd like to invite you to come out to support the IACS Juniors with a hearty breakfast of all-you-can-eat pancakes! When? Friday, May 28th from 7-8 am. Open to the whole IACS community, this is a great way to spend a little extra time with friends and family before school! All profits will go to benefit the Junior Prom fund. The cost is $5 a person, or $20 for a family. Coffee will be available for $1 extra, in case you need an extra kick!

 In addition we are looking for parent volunteers, mainly Junior parents, for the morning of May 28th. Thank you so much for your support!

 Questions? Please email Chantelle.Somers@innovationcharter.org.

 

Track and Field Fundraiser:

·      Now you can hydrate in STYLE with your very own aluminum IACS water bottle!

·      GO GREEN when you bottle your own. 

·      Each bottle comes with a screw-top seal with carabiner for easy transport.

·      Proceeds of the sale support the IACS Track and Field Team.

Bottles are SILVER Aluminum with a blue logo and are BPA Free

 

Cost is $10/each – SPECIAL OFFER – Two for $15!

Checks can be made to IACS.                                                

See any of the Track Team captains after practice –or-

Contact Kate Conran kateconran@hotmail.com 978-244-1244 to purchase your IACS water bottle today!

 

 

THE PRINCESS BRIDE COMES TO IACS THIS WEEKEND!

 

Fencing!  Fighting!  Torture!  Revenge!  Giants!  Monsters!  Chases!  Escapes!  True love!  Miracles!  All this and more is coming to our auditorium THIS FRIDAY at 7:00pm and SATURDAY at 2:00 and 7:00pm!  Tickets are $10 and will be available on a first come, first served basis at the door!  Please email nyoung@innovationcharter.org with ticket questions.  We hope to see you and your family there! 

 

The Princess Bride Cast and Crew

Cast and Crew of The Princess Bride:

Booer...Jessica Belanger

Prince Humperdinck...Jordan Cottle

Westley...Matt Fisher 

The Grandfather...Brian Fitzpatrick

The Clergyman...Sam Freeman

Valerie...Michaela Gierke

Yellin...Jackson Hickey

Buttercup...Melissa Kiessling

Vizzini...Ben Knight

The Queen...Casey Greger

The Kid...Kelsy Shanahan

 Fezzik...Gustav Peeterman

The Mother/  Ensemble...Chantelle Somers

Count Rugen...Thomas Tagliavento

The King...Kyle Torres

The Albino...Brianna Valente

Inigo Montoya...Matt Whiman

Miracle Max...Alec Willis

 

Ensemble

Kalista Ahouse

Matt Bergman

Jeremy Cottle

Greg Garvey

Sophie Harrington

Kaylie McDonald

Tracy McTiernan

Eddie Ouano

Pepa Salvia

Emma Webster

 

The Crew

Ian McGaunn

Noelle Young

Emily Jones

Brianna Valente

Andrew Iovanna

John Chadbourne

Chris Riccio

Elizabeth Saint Germain

Kandace Boutin

Greg Dion

Katie Rowell

Caitlyn Leedberg

 

 

The IACS High School Drama Program is Holding AUDITIONS!

 

Are you going into 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th grade?  If so, please consider joining us for auditions for the award-winning musical "Into the Woods"!  No experience is necessary!  Simply join us in the auditorium on Wednesday, May 26, 3:00-5:30 in the auditorium!  If needed, callbacks will be held on Thursday, May 27, 3:00-4:30.  The performance will be held in December, 2010.  No preparation is necessary!  However, if you would like to see the audition scripts, simply email rhawthorne@innovationcharter.org. 

Innovation Academy Charter School Announces

Auditions for the Award Winning Musical

 

 Into the Woods!

 

Wednesday, May 26, 3:00-5:30

in the IACS auditorium

 

Callbacks are Thursday, May 27, 3:00-4:30

 

 (Performances to be held in late fall, 2010.) 

 

Please come prepared with a 1 minute or less

a capella song to sing. 

(Happy Birthday and The National Anthem are great!)

 

 

Whether you have never been in a play before or you have years of experience,

we would love to see you at auditions!

 

 

Questions?  Please contact Drama Director

Rhonda Hawthorne at rhawthorne@innovationcharter.org

 

 

STUDENT YEARBOOKS ON SALE NOW  Don't miss out on a great offer, yearbooks are only $15 but not forever. To secure your yearbook, please fill out the order form below!

Yearbook Order Form!

Name: _____________________________                        Advisory: _______________________________

 

Quantity: _______   The yearbooks cost $15, until March 26, 2010! Order now!

*Please include your form and money in a sealed envelope labeled Yearbook. Please put your envelope in the box labeled yearbook, located in Mr. Orpen/ Ms. Douglas’s office.

Prices go up after March 19, 2010.

 

Quote Pages!

Do you want to thank anyone or commemorate the year in the 2009-2010 IACS yearbook? Do you have a message for your son or daughter that you want in the yearbook? 

Send in your Quotes for the Yearbook! 

Write your quotes, fill out an “IACS 2009-2010 Yearbook Form” and submit both in an envelope to the Yearbook bin by the high school principal offices. 

Only $1.00 per quote! 

 

All proceeds benefit the 2009-2010 IACS Yearbook. 

 

Picture Captions! 

Have you taken pictures in school this year that you want in the Yearbook? Do you have any jokes that you want saved forever in the 2009-2010 Yearbook! Write captions for your favorite school-related pictures!

 

Step 1. Choose a picture taken in school or at a school event! 

Step 2. Write a funny caption for the picture/s! 

Step 3. Submit your caption/s with a filled-out “IACS 2009-2010 Yearbook Form” to the Yearbook bin by the high school principal offices! 

All captions must be school appropriate. All proceeds benefit the 2009-2010 IACS Yearbook. 

Humor Ads!

Have any jokes that you want remembered forever in the yearbook? Have a fictional or real product that you think will bring a smile to everyone’s faces? 

 

Make a Humor Advertisement!

 

1 Page ……… $4.00                     ½ Page ……... $2.00                     ¼ Page …….. $1.00 

 

Submit all humor ads in an envelope along with a filled-out “IACS 2009-2010 Yearbook Form” to the Yearbook bin by the high school principal offices. Send all questions to thomas.tagliavento@innovationcharter.org. All proceeds benefit the 2009-2010 IACS Yearbook.   

 

 

Family News

 

From the IACA-Gift Cards are Available!

Hello Families & Teachers!

Shopping could not be made easier.  If you want a gift card, or just want to get your gas or groceries and have a % be given directly to IACS, there are 100's of retailers to choose from. Spring is here! Mothers Day, Fathers Day, Graduations, thank you gifts for dance/sports and other “just because” gift need...why not buy a gift card.  You will be charged face value for all gift cards and IACS will receive a % from the gift card company.  We only ask that you contribute $1.00 for your total order to pay cover S&H.  Please go www.glscrip.com to see a complete list of stores and % of sales that will come back to our school. With us you can do all your shopping at once!

 

There will be two order dates. 

Orders placed by Wednesday April 28, 2010 you will receive your order by Friday May 7, 2010

Orders placed by Wednesday May 19, 2010 you will receive your order by Friday June 4, 2010

 

It is so simple!

1.  Check out the stores that are listed (either on the attached form or visit www.glscrip.com).

2.  Select the store, denomination and quantity for your Gift Cards.

3.  Fill out the order form.

4.  Add only $1.00 for your total order of Gift Cards.

5.  Please choose if you want the Cards to be sent home with your child or you will pick them up.

6.  Send in a check payable to the IACA or cash for the total order.

7.  Send orders to the school office - Attention: IACA Gift Cards.

 

If you have any questions regarding the Gift Cards or want to send this information to a friend or relative so they can order, please visit Great Lakes Scrip Center web site at www.glscrip.com.  The complete list of retailers is listed there. You can add them to your form. It is really that simple!  Now you can use the cards as gifts or for your own purchases. What an easy way to do your shopping and supporting the IACS! No stores or mall traffic. If you have any questions, please contact me below and happy shopping!!!

 Thank you for your support! Nichole Young nyoung@innovationcharter.org

 

Going to Garden? Buy online and benefit IACS!

Visit http://www.botanicalinterests.com/store/register_affiliate.php?AffiliateId=201

and all 40% of the purchase price is given back to the school to further support our campus gardening projects!! The seed prices are not inflated for, this is the same price you would pay at the "big box" stores. I have personally used these seeds for years and this company offers a fantastic diversity of high quality organic and non-GMO seeds.

Thanks! Kellie Burtch kburtch@innovationcharter.org

 

Recycle for $$ for IACS!

3 ways to recycle…Ink/Toner Cartridges, Cell Phones/Laptops and Paper:

Recycle Ink & Toner Cartridges

The IACS Green Team has teamed with Cartridge World, Bedford, MA to turn your recycled ink and toner cartridges into cash for our school! There will be Cartridge World recycle bins at the Middle School and High School entrances. Please place your ink/toner cartridges (any size) in these bins.

Does your workplace have a recycling program?? If not, ask them to donate their used ink/toner cartridges to the program….we would love to get local businesses involved!

Recycle Cell Phones & Laptops

You can also recycle used cell phones and laptops. You can put your used cell phones in the green recycle bin in the Middle School and High School entrances.

If you have a laptop you would like to recycle, you can drop it off with Tina at the middle school front office.

Recycling Paper

Send in your used newspapers & used paper (no cardboard or phonebooks please) and place them in the huge yellow and green Abitibi Paper Recycling Dumpster located in the back corner of the High School parking lot.

Remember, everything you recycle….cartridges, cell phones, lap-tops or paper, means dollars for our school!  For more information or if you need assistance in getting your recycling to the school, email Annie Accettullo, candystp@yahoo.com or Kellie Burtch, kburtch@innovationcharter.org

The Home Stretch
While we collect Box Tops year-round, we are coming into the FINAL WEEK for you to make a submission for your Homebase or Advisory that will count towards our Box Tops Baseball contest – the FINAL contest of this school year.

Check your drawers, your back packs, your desks for any Box Tops you’ve been collecting that you’ve not yet submitted.  The blue plastic collection box is in the Cafeteria on the window sill.  Be sure to include your Homebase/Advisory name with your submission to get credit. We are only collecting Box Tops for Education (Campbell’s Soup Labels and Betty Crocker Points will not count).

CURRENT STANDINGS
First Place – Home Base Gandhi – 769
Second Place – Home Base Pasteur – 539
Third Place – Home Base Mandela – 180
Home Bases Rowling, Brinker and Gates have also made submissions.

Contact Kate Conran:  kateconran@hotmail.com 978-244-1244 with any questions.

 

 

IACS Gear!!

Show you are a part of our IACS community by dressing in our cozy new IACS gear!

Now available:

 

  • Royal blue hooded sweatshirts. They have a large, beautifully done red and silver embroidered IACS Innovation Academy Charter School logo on the front. Available for only $35.00!

                                          

  • Cozy, warm and matching sweatpants (also with the IACS Innovation Academy Charter School logo on the front). Available for just $25.00.

 

  • Long sleeve red shirt with matching IACS logo on the front. Available for just $20.00

 

  • Hats -$12.00

 

 

Sweatshirts:                                                         Sweatpants:

 

____ XS Child     ____ XS Adult                        ____ XS Child     ____ XS Adult      

____ S Child         ____ S Adult                           ____ S Child        ____ S Adult

____ M Child        ____ M Adult                         ____ M Child       ____ M Adult

____ L Child         ____ L Adult                           ____ L Child        ____ L Adult

____ XL Child      ____ XL Adult                        ____ XL Child     ____ XL Adult

 

Long Sleeve Shirt:

____ XS Child     ____ XS Adult

____ S Child        ____ S Adult

____ M Child       ____ M Adult

____ L Child        ____ L Adult                            Hats: $12.00

____ XL Child     ____ XL Adult

 

 

Special Sizes may also be available.  Note desired size here: ____________________

Please indicate how many of each you would like on the appropriate line above.

I have attached a check for the total amount of my order which is: $_________

 

 

Child’s name:___________________________Homebase/Advisory:___________________

 

 

Please contact Sara Ogden at 978-649-0432 x 2230 or sogden@innovationcharter.org for expected delivery date.

Family Journal: May 7th, 2010

posted May 7, 2010, 3:53 PM by Greg Orpen

The Weekly Newsletter of IACS-HS

 

Camp Dafur Innovation Academy Charter School and the organization Stop Genocide Now are teaming up again this year to present Camp Darfur, an interactive event to promote awareness about genocide. The exhibit will consist of five mock refugee tents, which represent the Holocaust, and genocides in Armenia, Cambodia, Rwanda and Darfur. Inside the tents, visitors will find information about genocide, videos of survivors, and multimedia student work. Camp Darfur will also feature student presentations and speakers, including genocide survivors.  

 

The event, which is free and open to the public, will call attention to the ongoing genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan. Participants will discover their own power to make a difference. Camp Darfur will take place on May 12, 2010 at Innovation Academy Charter School, 72 Tyng Rd, Tyngsboro, MA. Camp Darfur will run from 10am-2pm. All are welcome!

 

Senior Year Internships
We are in the process of establishing Senior Year internships for our first graduating class.  IACS is working with the staffing agency Manpower to place students in internships in the greater Lowell area.

Internships will be one day a week, run the duration of the school year, and students will earn academic credit for it.  Students who expressed an interest in internships attended a meeting after school this week.  If you child did not attend this meeting or if you have immediate questions, please contact Jenny Warren at jwarren@innovationcharter.org.

More information will be available in the coming weeks . . .

 

College Counseling News

 

Please see the attached newsletter.

 

Extracurricular News

 

Junior Prom

 

To all the juniors at IACS, prom tickets are now on sale! The prom will be held at the Old Town Hall in Chelmsford, from 7-11 pm, on June 5th. The theme is black and white, so where something colorful! Tickets are $25, and each student is allowed to bring one guest from outside of school. To pre-order tickets, email Chantelle Somers at chantelle.somers@innovationcharter.org. Get your ticket soon, for the first ever IACS prom!

To all the parents at IACS, we are looking for parent volunteers who would like to help with junior prom! We are in need of volunteers to prepare food and set up and break down the event. If you are interested, please email Chantelle Somers or Melissa Kiessling at chantelle.somers@innovationcharter.org or melissa.kiessling@innovationcharter.org Thank you!!

 

Order Form Attached!

 

Did you say pancakes?

 

You might not have, but we certainly did! Come out to support the IACS Juniors with a hearty breakfast of all-you-can-eat pancakes! When? Friday, May 14th from 7-8 am. Open to the whole IACS community, this is a great way to spend a little extra time with friends and family before school! All profits will go to benefit the Junior Prom fund. The cost is $5 a person, or $20 for a family.

 

In addition we are looking for parent volunteers, mainly Junior parents, for the morning of May 14th. Similarly we are looking for donations of the monetary or consumable kind to help the efforts! Thank you so much for your support!

 

Questions? Please email Chantelle.Somers@innovationcharter.org

 

 

Track and Field Fundraiser:

·      Now you can hydrate in STYLE with your very own aluminum IACS water bottle!

·      GO GREEN when you bottle your own. 

·      Each bottle comes with a screw-top seal with carabiner for easy transport.

·      Proceeds of the sale support the IACS Track and Field Team.

Bottles are SILVER Aluminum with a blue logo and are BPA Free

Cost is $10/each – SPECIAL OFFER – Two for $15!

Checks can be made to IACS.                                                

See any of the Track Team captains after practice –or-

Contact Kate Conran kateconran@hotmail.com 978-244-1244 to purchase your IACS water bottle today!

 

 

Innovation Academy Charter School Announces Auditions for the Award Winning Musical

 

 Into the Woods!

Wednesday, May 26, 3:00-5:30

in the IACS auditorium

Callbacks are Thursday, May 27, 3:00-4:30

(Performances to be held in late fall, 2010.) 

 

 

Please come prepared with a 1 minute or less

a capella song to sing. 

(Happy Birthday and The National Anthem are great!)

 

 

Whether you have never been in a play before or you have years of experience,

we would love to see you at auditions!

 

 

Questions?  Please contact Drama Director

Rhonda Hawthorne at rhawthorne@innovationcharter.org

 

TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE FOR THE PRINCESS BRIDE!

Please join us for this classic comedy on May 21 and 22!  See the attached ticket order form for details.

 

The Princess Bride Needs YOU!

We are presenting the play "The Princess Bride" in May!  So...we need adult help in all crew areas:  hair and make-up, costumes, set, programs, advertising, tech, and so on. To lend a hand with this amazing group of students, please email acottle@innovationcharter.org. No knowledge or experience necessary!   Thank you!

 

The IACS High School Drama Program is Holding AUDITIONS!

If you are going into 9th grade through 12th grade next year, we would love for you to join us at auditions for INTO THE WOODS!  The performance will be in December, 2010!  No preparation is needed!  However, if you would like an emailed copy of the audition scripts please email rhawthorne@innovationcharter.org. 

 

 

STUDENT YEARBOOKS ON SALE NOW  Don't miss out on a great offer, yearbooks are only $15 but not forever. To secure your yearbook, please fill out the order form below!

Yearbook Order Form!

Name: _____________________________                        Advisory: _______________________________

 

Quantity: _______   The yearbooks cost $15, until March 26, 2010! Order now!

*Please include your form and money in a sealed envelope labeled Yearbook. Please put your envelope in the box labeled yearbook, located in Mr. Orpen/ Ms. Douglas’s office.

Prices go up after March 19, 2010.

 

Quote Pages!

Do you want to thank anyone or commemorate the year in the 2009-2010 IACS yearbook? Do you have a message for your son or daughter that you want in the yearbook? 

Send in your Quotes for the Yearbook! 

Write your quotes, fill out an “IACS 2009-2010 Yearbook Form” and submit both in an envelope to the Yearbook bin by the high school principal offices. 

Only $1.00 per quote! 

 

All proceeds benefit the 2009-2010 IACS Yearbook. 

 

Picture Captions! 

Have you taken pictures in school this year that you want in the Yearbook? Do you have any jokes that you want saved forever in the 2009-2010 Yearbook! Write captions for your favorite school-related pictures!

 

Step 1. Choose a picture taken in school or at a school event! 

Step 2. Write a funny caption for the picture/s! 

Step 3. Submit your caption/s with a filled-out “IACS 2009-2010 Yearbook Form” to the Yearbook bin by the high school principal offices! 

All captions must be school appropriate. All proceeds benefit the 2009-2010 IACS Yearbook. 

Humor Ads!

Have any jokes that you want remembered forever in the yearbook? Have a fictional or real product that you think will bring a smile to everyone’s faces? 

 

Make a Humor Advertisement!

 

1 Page ……… $4.00                     ½ Page ……... $2.00                     ¼ Page …….. $1.00 

 

Submit all humor ads in an envelope along with a filled-out “IACS 2009-2010 Yearbook Form” to the Yearbook bin by the high school principal offices. Send all questions to thomas.tagliavento@innovationcharter.org. All proceeds benefit the 2009-2010 IACS Yearbook.   

 

Family News

 

From the IACA-Gift Cards are Available!

Hello Families & Teachers!

Shopping could not be made easier.  If you want a gift card, or just want to get your gas or groceries and have a % be given directly to IACS, there are 100's of retailers to choose from. Spring is here! Mothers Day, Fathers Day, Graduations, thank you gifts for dance/sports and other “just because” gift need...why not buy a gift card.  You will be charged face value for all gift cards and IACS will receive a % from the gift card company.  We only ask that you contribute $1.00 for your total order to pay cover S&H.  Please go www.glscrip.com to see a complete list of stores and % of sales that will come back to our school. With us you can do all your shopping at once!

 

There will be two order dates. 

Orders placed by Wednesday April 28, 2010 you will receive your order by Friday May 7, 2010

Orders placed by Wednesday May 19, 2010 you will receive your order by Friday June 4, 2010

 

It is so simple!

1.  Check out the stores that are listed (either on the attached form or visit www.glscrip.com).

2.  Select the store, denomination and quantity for your Gift Cards.

3.  Fill out the order form.

4.  Add only $1.00 for your total order of Gift Cards.

5.  Please choose if you want the Cards to be sent home with your child or you will pick them up.

6.  Send in a check payable to the IACA or cash for the total order.

7.  Send orders to the school office - Attention: IACA Gift Cards.

 

If you have any questions regarding the Gift Cards or want to send this information to a friend or relative so they can order, please visit Great Lakes Scrip Center web site at www.glscrip.com.  The complete list of retailers is listed there. You can add them to your form. It is really that simple!  Now you can use the cards as gifts or for your own purchases. What an easy way to do your shopping and supporting the IACS! No stores or mall traffic. If you have any questions, please contact me below and happy shopping!!!

 Thank you for your support! Nichole Young nyoung@innovationcharter.org

 

The IACA Basket Raffle Fundraiser Collection is Here!·       

We are collecting any and all kinds of new or like-new re-gifted items for the annual Basket Raffle Fundraiser through Monday, May 17th. Look for details from your Advisory and also on www.iaca.weebly.com (accessible through IACS website).  Feel free to send in items for any of the themes listed below.  Gift cards and lottery tickets, cash toward purchase of items for baskets are great ideas, too!

 

Please delivery items to advisors by May 17th.

 

Basket Assembly is May 17th from 6– 9pm.  Feel free to come for any time during that time to help.Raffle tickets will be May 21st and 22nd (HS play); June 1 – 4 (Book Sale) and June 4 (MS Art Show). Questions?  Contact Gail Falewicz (gfalewicz@comcast.net), Andrea McFeeley (andrea@billerica.org) or Allyson Printz (aprintz@comcast.net).

High School Advisory Themes

Douglas-Hickey:                         Summer Basket

Arel-Kelly:                                  "Party" in a Basket

Warren-Szafran-Renau:              New England Sports Basket

Murphy-Ferdinand:                    Beach Day Basket

Burtch-Hinkle:                            Movie Night Basket

Orpen-Richardson:                      New Driver Basket

Porter-Arida:                               Movies and Music Basket

 

 

IACA ELECTIONS:  The Innovation Academy Community Association (IACA) is the PTO for both the middle and high schools.  All families are members of this and are welcome to attend any of our meetings.  We will be holding elections for next year's board members at our meeting on Tuesday May 11 at 7PM.  The meeting will be held in the school dining room.  Nominations are still open and newcomers are encouraged to participate.  Some positions are year round while others involve coordinating one event (like a book fair or ice cream social).  For more information, visit our website www.iaca.weebly.com or contact our president, Janet Morris, at janetmorris1@verizon.net.

 

 We are pleased to announce the 2nd annual Middle School IACS talent show! 

Come join us for the 2nd annual IACS talent show.  This fun community event will be held tonight, Friday, May 7th from 6-8pm.  Tickets are $3.00 or $2.00 with a canned food donation.  You can also help support the IACA at this great event while enjoying a great show!  The IACA will be selling refreshments and new this year, you can purchase flowers for your favorite star!!!!  The talent show committee is selling good luck notes before the show.  You can fill out a good luck note for $1.00 and wish your favorite act good luck before they go on stage.  Make sure to stay until the end of the show to vote for your favorite acts!  Hope to see you there.

 

Going to Garden? Buy online and benefit IACS!

 

Simply visit http://www.botanicalinterests.com/store/register_affiliate.php?AffiliateId=201 and all 40% of the purchase price is given back to the school to further support our campus gardening projects!! The seed prices are not inflated for, this is the same price you would pay at the "big box" stores. I have personally used these seeds for years and this company offers a fantastic diversity of high quality organic and non-GMO seeds.

Thanks! Kellie Burtch kburtch@innovationcharter.org

 

 

Recycle for $$ for IACS!

 

3 ways to recycle…Ink/Toner Cartridges, Cell Phones/Laptops and Paper:

 

Dear IACS Parents & Students:

 

Recycle Ink & Toner Cartridges

 

The IACS Green Team has teamed with Cartridge World, Bedford, MA to turn your recycled ink and toner cartridges into cash for our school! There will be Cartridge World recycle bins at the Middle School and High School entrances. Please place your ink/toner cartridges (any size) in these bins.

 

Does your workplace have a recycling program?? If not, ask them to donate their used ink/toner cartridges to the program….we would love to get local businesses involved!

 

Recycle Cell Phones & Laptops

 

You can also recycle used cell phones and laptops. You can put your used cell phones in the green recycle bin in the Middle School and High School entrances.

 

If you have a laptop you would like to recycle, you can drop it off with Tina at the middle school front office.

 

Recycling Paper

 

Send in your used newspapers & used paper (no cardboard or phonebooks please) and place them in the huge yellow and green Abitibi Paper Recycling Dumpster located in the back corner of the High School parking lot.

 

Remember, everything you recycle….cartridges, cell phones, lap-tops or paper, means dollars for our school!  For more information or if you need assistance in getting your recycling to the school, email Annie Accettullo, candystp@yahoo.com or Kellie Burtch, kburtch@innovationcharter.org

 

 

 

IACS Gear!!

Show you are a part of our IACS community by dressing in our cozy new IACS gear!

Now available:

 

  • Royal blue hooded sweatshirts. They have a large, beautifully done red and silver embroidered IACS Innovation Academy Charter School logo on the front. Available for only $35.00!

                                          

  • Cozy, warm and matching sweatpants (also with the IACS Innovation Academy Charter School logo on the front). Available for just $25.00.

 

  • Long sleeve red shirt with matching IACS logo on the front. Available for just $20.00

 

  • Hats -$12.00

 

 

Sweatshirts:                                                         Sweatpants:

 

____ XS Child     ____ XS Adult                        ____ XS Child     ____ XS Adult      

____ S Child         ____ S Adult                           ____ S Child        ____ S Adult

____ M Child        ____ M Adult                         ____ M Child       ____ M Adult

____ L Child         ____ L Adult                           ____ L Child        ____ L Adult

____ XL Child      ____ XL Adult                        ____ XL Child     ____ XL Adult

 

Long Sleeve Shirt:

____ XS Child     ____ XS Adult

____ S Child        ____ S Adult

____ M Child       ____ M Adult

____ L Child        ____ L Adult                            Hats: $12.00

____ XL Child     ____ XL Adult

 

 

 

Special Sizes may also be available.  Note desired size here: ____________________

 

 

Please indicate how many of each you would like on the appropriate line above.

 

 

I have attached a check for the total amount of my order which is: $_________

 

 

Child’s name:___________________________Homebase/Advisory:___________________

 

 

Please contact Sara Ogden at 978-649-0432 x 2230 or sogden@innovationcharter.org for expected delivery date.

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