Listen to the Town Hall Meeting recording.
Here is a copy of the slide show presentation: Town Hall Meeting.
Once again, IPA students learned some great practical lessons about home construction and the value of hard physical work while serving as Habitat for Humanity volunteers. This time, they worked on an Irvington home construction project. IPA staff members who accompanied the hard-working Ravens were Chris Ashmore, Director of IT/Athletic Director, and Rick Tyler, Facilities Associate.
This special local project completed our Habitat for Humanity projects for the calendar year. We appreciate the experiential learning and volunteer opportunity with this well-respected international nonprofit organization.
It's a labor of love for the IPA Ravens who served as Habitat for Humanity volunteers here in Irvington on Thursday, November 1, 2012.
Mr. Tyler (left) and his IPA Habitat for Humanity volunteer work crew show their satisfaction for a job well done.
The 65th annual Irvington Halloween Festival's Street Fair on Saturday, October 27, 2012, went on in fine late October weather fashion, under partly cloudy skies with cool, windy fall temperatures. Our Irvington Community Schools were well represented by staff and volunteers from PTSA (K-8 and IPA chapters) and the ICS Dads Club. Following are a few photos that captured the spirit of the Halloween event.
The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) has just released grades for Indiana K-12 schools regarding the 2011-2012 school year. Irvington Community Schools (ICS) is proud to report that collectively, the three local public charter schools received an “A” rating – the highest possible score.
Thanks to a generous grant from Lowe’s, an outdoor classroom/arbor is about to be constructed at the Irvington Community Middle School. Post holes will be dug on Thursday, April 12th, thanks to Ed Hansen and his employer, the Indianapolis Power & Light Company, who donated equipment for the post-hole excavation. The project work schedule is as follows:
Saturday, April 14th: 6 a.m.-noon: 24 posts to be set Monday, April 16th: 6-8 p.m.: construction of arbor Friday, April 20th: 6-8 p.m.: construction continues Saturday, April 21st: construction continues (time TBA)
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