17 of our High School students recently participated in the Build My Future Fair. Build My Future is a hands on career event showcasing career opportunities in construction, manufacturing, law enforcement, armed services, healthcare, culinary & more.
Step 1 of the 7th grade debate unit up. Groups are made, and ready to begin research!
The Roadrunners will be on the road this week with their activities. #BeepBeep
This week students in grades 3 -11 will be taking the Iowa Statewide Assessment of Student Progress (ISASP) tests. Monday & Tuesday students need to report to their homeroom/advisory by 8:30am & Wednesday by 8:15 am for testing.
4/8/21. Girls Track meet for tonight has been cancelled. Boys track at Clarke has been postponed for tonight.
Weekly update: Less than 6 positive 19 quarantined.
Helping Hand in Indianola has been able to secure 100 food boxes for free to any I-35 community members. The food box contains dairy products such as a gallon of milk, cottage cheese, sour cream, block of cheddar cheese and butter, 2 packages of meat, and 3 pounds of apples, oranges, potatoes, and onions. The boxes can be picked up on Wednesday, April 7, from 3pm-4pm (or until boxes are gone) at the west end of the CTE building. Please come grab a box! Questions or concerns please contact Rose Dickinson at 641-765-4818.
Elementary had a great morning thanks to the High School Student Council and the Easter Egg Hunt they provided along with flowers for the teachers.
Come see the spring play Complaint Department and Lemonade in the Interstate 35 Auditorium this weekend. Show times are April 2nd and 3rd, at 6:00PM Tickets sold at the door Adult $5 and Students $3 Masks & social distancing required
Weekly Covid Numbers Less than 6 positive. Less than 6 quarantined.
Spring Activities are starting up, Go Roadrunners!
Can you say Four Day Weekend? Reminder: Friday, April 2 No School, No remote learning due to staff P.D. Monday, April 5 No School, No remote learning due to staff flex day
7th graders learning about the cycle of cell respiration & photosynthesis, and comparing two plant production methods; aquaponics vs hydroponics. By using a pH indicator we can see a chemical change in the indicator color that proves if photosynthesis or cell respiration occurs.
The FFA chapter is having its annual banquet on April 25th to celebrate the exciting year and accomplishments of its members. This year is a little different since Mr. Meggers is retiring. He has been the Agriculture Science Instructor and FFA advisor at the Interstate 35 school district for 33 of his 39 years of teaching. We are doing our meal, starting @ 5 p.m. followed by the awards ceremony. The FFA has asked that you sign up for a spot at the website below so that they can get a rough figure of how many people are going to be attending. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ffa-banquet-tickets-144040664505 Past Interstate 35 FFA members and Agriculture supporters have taken the steps to starting an FFA Alumni chapter to help support the active FFA chapter and school Agriculture program. The membership is open to anyone who would like to support Agriculture at Interstate 35. Prior FFA membership is not a requirement to be involved. If you have any questions about joining the alumni chapter; please send an inquiry to: I35FFAalumni@gmail.com.
Mark your calendar! Come see the spring play Complaint Department and Lemonade in the Interstate 35 Auditorium. Show times are April 2nd and 3rd, at 6:00PM Tickets sold at the door, Adult $5, Student $3. Masks & Social distancing required
Enjoy an evening of great entertainment this Friday as it is the I-35 Intensity Dance Team Show. Performance will begin at 7:00pm in the High School Gym. Tickets $5 for adults and $3 for students. Masks & social distancing required.
Less than 6 positive 9 quarantined We appreciate staff & students being diligent with the mask wearing & safety precautions to help keep our numbers low.
Helping Hand in Indianola has been able to secure 100 food boxes for free to any I-35 community members. The food box contains dairy products such as a gallon of milk, cottage cheese, sour cream, block of cheddar cheese and butter, 2 packages of meat, and 3 pounds of apples, oranges, potatoes, and onions. The boxes can be picked up on Wednesday, March 24, from 3pm-4pm (or until boxes are gone) at the west end of the CTE building. Please come grab a box! Questions or concerns please contact Rose Dickinson at 641-765-4818.
Interested in becoming a Roadrunner? We have the following positions open.. Elementary/Middle School associate MS assistant VB coach MS assistant baseball coach Apply at https://www.educateiowa.gov/teach-iowa