We're proud of all of our students who showed hard work and dedication to their education this year, and we're proud to recognize our Interstate 35 Secondary honor roll students for 2020-2021's second semester. https://www.roadrunnerpride.org/article/473791
It's a great week for some summer ball! Let's go, Roadrunners! #roadrunnerpride
Today, May 29th, some willing volunteers planted 12 cages of tomatoes, 6 zucchini, 5 peppers, 1 cucumber, and 6 watermelons. All are marked, along with a row of green beans. We need volunteers to water said plants the week of May 31st through June 7th. There are two watering can in the garden and a hose by the green house. Any questions, reach out to Sue Meggers.
I-35 School Food Summer Program will begin Wednesday, June 2. For more information please see the website. https://www.roadrunnerpride.org/page/menus
I-35 Acres Prairie is open for hiking. Get out and enjoy the serenity and beauty of the prairie. It is located behind the school, north of the playground.
Please join the Interstate 35 School Board and I-35 family in wishing a fond farewell to our retiring Roadrunners! Pictured (l to r): Becky Porter, Jenny Jones, Julie Kordick, Denny Meggers, Tena Richards, (not pictured) Moni Freeman, David Webster
The 7th graders are exploring how their consumer choices impact the biodiversity of the Andes, particularly the chinchilla. Ellie Hutton gave us a real world connection by bring her pet chinchilla, Donald. The visit really gave the students a reason to care about their choices.
Time to play ball, Go Roadrunners!
I-35 School Board Meeting Monday, May 24 at 6:00pm Agenda: http://i35.isfis.net/policy/20210524-regular-board-meeting
Congratulations to the class of 2021! We wish you success in all your future endeavors. See what our graduates are planning for their future. https://tinyurl.com/ezbe2j
Remember these little faces? They're graduating today!
I-35 students and staff spent the previous week supporting the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation by collecting change, purchasing t-shirts, and participating in the JDRF One Walk. The I-35 family raised over $1,050. Way to go Roadrunners!
Preschool Graduation 2021!
Today was the seniors' final walk through the Interstate 35 halls before Sunday's graduation. Teachers, staff, and elementary students sent them off with good-bye waves and high fives. #roadrunnerpride
Like old tractors and cool people? Come help the I35 FFA for a fundraiser lunch on June 14. The Interstate FFA Chapter is excited to be hosting a lunch for the WHO Radio tractor ride on Monday, June 14th at approximately 11:00 am. The Interstate 35 FFA Chapter and FFA Alumni & Supporter group are working together to provide lunch for 400-500 riders. They are in need of volunteers. For more information see the news article https://www.roadrunnerpride.org/article/466968
The 2020-2021 school year will be one we never forget. Deadline for ordering year books will be Tuesday, May 25. Order from https://www.jostens.com/
It was a wonderful evening tonight highlighting the fine arts programs
A few pictures from Senior signing program complete with breakfast We wish all of you success in your future endeavors!
On Monday the HS Band preformed a private show for 4th and 5th graders to encourage students join the band. The band preformed a beautiful medley of movie soundtracks, and the younger students greatly enjoyed the show!
Today 7th grader Ryan Meyer, was recognized as the statewide winner of the "If I Were Mayor" Youth Essay Contest. For this wonderful achievement, Ryan will receive a $500 scholarship! Check out Ryan's essay here: https://www.bluetoad.com/publication/?m=26842&i=705031&p=18