Italy Reminder: Mrs. Bartel will be meeting tonight with parents and students 6th-10th grades who may be interested in a trip to Italy over Spring Break of 2019. The group will meet at 6:30 in the Latin Room.
House Representatives: I'm happy to announce the members of student council for the 2017-18 school year. These students will have opportunity to:
Marisa Ackerman - House Gratius
Jolie Bartel - House Adoratium
Shannon Justus - House Adoratium
Christian Nance - House Auxilium
Megan Nance - House Virtus
Henry Ohme - House Virtus
Tim Rice - House Gratius
Natalie Wilmoth - House Gratius
Sierra Wilmoth - House Gratius
Note: This Friday (the 6th) there will be no bus service morning or afternoon. This was not on the original calendar.
Auction: We already have auction donations coming in almost daily! The sooner the better. Great job!
Remember the attached MT document with more...
Blessings on your week,
Quest #4—a Mental feat (up to 30 points) Mental Feat (30 joints possible): Soon we will be gearing up for this year's science fair! Science is all about looking at the world around you and figuring out how it works. Feed your curiosity this quarter by finding out how something works. Ask your mom and dad if they have some old piece of equipment that you can take apart and look inside. See if you can figure out how it works. OR... think of something you would like to understand about the world and search the internet or a library book to help you figure it out. Start your QUEST with a good question like one of these: Why does the Earth have so much gravity? Why does my breath feel hot or cold? How do seashells form? What causes a sore throat? How does a telescope work? How do squid change color? How do seedless watermelons grow? How can a match light? Why are some people ticklish and others aren’t? Why does spinning make you dizzy? How to report: Write about what you did and what you learned or if you are below 3rd grade tell your mom or dad what you did and learned and have them email Mrs Ohme at email@example.com. Written quests can be turned in at the office.
Island Christian ACademy
Decidedly Academic - Distinctively Christian.
A few of our wax museum participants
Electives week with Detective Farr from Island County
Service Project, Langley
High School students visit the capital building in Olympia
Spelling bee winners
Sno-Isle Skill Center graduate and ICA senior
Secondary Leadership Retreat
Community service project at the Island County Fairgrounds
Northwest Institute of the Literary Arts winners