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May 15-19, 2017

UPCOMING DATES
May 15-17
HS Semester Finals

 

May 19
PreK-3rd Grade Hearing Testing

 

May 18-23
HS Field Studies Trips

 

May 25
Elementary Field Day (lunch provided)

May 26
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL – HALF DAY

***NO AFTER SCHOOL CARE***
8th Grade and 12th Grade Graduations

 

HEARING SCREENING
May 19 will be a hearing screening for PK4-3rd grade. Testing will be performed by Sheri Addington, certified audiologist. If you would like your child tested, CLICK HERE, sign the associated form and return to ICS by May 15th.

 

ELEMENTARY FIELD DAY, MAY 25th
What a great day outdoors for our elementary students! And you can help make the day a success by signing up to help provide lunch. CLICK HERE to sign up to help with lunches.

 

SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM
Don’t forget to sign up for ICS Summer Camps!
We are offering a variety of summer camps for 3 year olds through 8th grade, all led by our amazing teaching staff. Art, Clay, Running and Nutrition, Writing, Journalism, Legos, Cooking, Spanish, Soccer, Volleyball…just to mention a few of the camps! ICS Families are encouraged to register now as enrollment to non-ICS families has begun. CLICK HERE to learn more and register NOW!

ELEMENTARY ART
Congratulations to the following students for being selected to be in the Elementary Art Gallery. This quarter’s theme is “Friendship is…”. Art is on display in the Elementary hallway: Avery Stoddard, Micah Hope, Shae Townsend, Nora Hope, Jackson Smith, Aleah Beverly, Piper Vaughn, Mariah Benson, Tea Hope, Ashlyn Morton, Cristen Morton, Ellie Menning, Cadence Wolters, Brianna Harris, Elaine Lunsford, Madison Diaz, Marleni Pimentel, Grace Brown, Yeon Shim, Paige Larson and Kenadie Jackson.

PARENTS IN PRAYER
EVERY THURSDAY from 8:20-8:50am. Please join in the privilege of praying with other moms, dads and grandparents for our students, faculty, staff and school.

COFFEE FELLOWSHIP
We will see you next year at the bottom of the hill at Coffee and Cocoa on Tuesdays right after drop off. Have a great summer!

ATHLETICS
CLICK HERE to find game schedules. Practices can be found on your TeamSnap App.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 8-12, 2017

UPCOMING DATES
May 9
HS/MS Music Concert and Art Show

 

May 15-17
HS Semester Finals

 

May 18-23
HS Field Studies Trips

May 26
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL – HALF DAY

NO AFTER SCHOOL CARE
8th Grade and 12th Grade Graduations

 

HEARING SCREENING
May 19 will be a hearing screening for PK4-3rd grade. Testing will be performed by Sheri Addington, certified audiologist. If you would like your child tested, CLICK HERE, sign the associated form and return to ICS by May 15th.

 

SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM
Don’t forget to sign up for ICS Summer Camps!
We are offering a variety of summer camps for 3 year olds through 8th grade, all led by our amazing teaching staff. Art, Clay, Running and Nutrition, Writing, Journalism, Legos, Cooking, Spanish, Soccer, Volleyball…just to mention a few of the camps! ICS Families are encouraged to register now as enrollment to non-ICS families has begun. CLICK HERE to learn more and register NOW!

HS/MS SPRING CONCERT and ART SHOW
Please join us Tuesday, May 9th at 7pm in the school gym. We are looking forward to a great night of music and worship!

ELEMENTARY ART
Congratulations to the following students for being selected to be in the Elementary Art Gallery. This quarter’s theme is “Friendship is…”. Art is on display in the Elementary hallway: Avery Stoddard, Micah Hope, Shae Townsend, Nora Hope, Jackson Smith, Aleah Beverly, Piper Vaughn, Mariah Benson, Tea Hope, Ashlyn Morton, Cristen Morton, Ellie Menning, Cadence Wolters, Brianna Harris, Elaine Lunsford, Madison Diaz, Marleni Pimentel, Grace Brown, Yeon Shim, Paige Larson and Kenadie Jackson.

PARENTS IN PRAYER
EVERY THURSDAY from 8:20-8:50am. Please join in the privilege of praying with other moms, dads and grandparents for our students, faculty, staff and school.

COFFEE FELLOWSHIP
We will see you next year at the bottom of the hill at Coffee and Cocoa on Tuesdays right after drop off. Have a great summer!

ATHLETICS
CLICK HERE to find game schedules. Practices can be found on your TeamSnap App.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 1-5, 2017

UPCOMING DATES
May 5         NO SCHOOL - May Break
May 18-23  HS Field Studies Trips
May 25       HS Spring Fling Dance

May 26       -LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
                   -HALF DAY

                   -NO AFTER SCHOOL CARE
                   -8th Grade
                    and 12th Grade
                    Graduations


 

TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK, 5/1-4
Your PTF has organized a lot of fun and food for the faculty and staff this week. But they need your help in showing each and every teacher and staff member how much they are loved and valued. CLICK HERE for a form that shows you how you can help out from bringing your teacher's favorite snack to writing a sweet note of thanks. And to quote Dr. Seuss, "Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not." 

SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM
Don’t forget to sign up for ICS Summer Camps!
We are offering a variety of summer camps for 3 year olds through 8th grade, all led by our amazing teaching staff. Art, Clay, Running and Nutrition, Writing, Journalism, Legos, Cooking, Spanish, Soccer, Volleyball…just to mention a few of the camps! ICS Families are encouraged to register now as enrollment to non-ICS families has begun. CLICK HERE to learn more and register NOW!

ELEMENTARY SPRING CONCERT
The Elementary Spring Concert is coming soon! Please join us Thursday, May 4th at 6:30pm in the school gym. PLEASE drop your students in their classrooms at 6:10, wearing jeans and their field trip shirts. We are looking forward to a great night of music and worship!

ART
Elementary Art Show Thursday, May 4th in conjunction with the Elementary Music Program. Come early to see the beautiful art work of your sons and daughters. Art will be displayed in the gym.

Congratulations to the following students for being selected to be in the Elementary Art Gallery. This quarter’s theme is “Friendship is…”. Art is on display in the Elementary hallway: Avery Stoddard, Micah Hope, Shae Townsend, Nora Hope, Jackson Smith, Aleah Beverly, Piper Vaughn, Mariah Benson, Tea Hope, Ashlyn Morton, Cristen Morton, Ellie Menning, Cadence Wolters, Brianna Harris, Elaine Lunsford, Madison Diaz, Marleni Pimentel, Grace Brown, Yeon Shim, Paige Larson and Kenadie Jackson.

PARENTS IN PRAYER
EVERY THURSDAY from 8:20-8:50am. Please join in the privilege of praying with other moms, dads and grandparents for our students, faculty, staff and school.

COFFEE FELLOWSHIP
In lieu of our regular coffee fellowship on May 2nd, we will have an end-of-year breakfast for all parents, grandparents at the regularly scheduled time. Don’t miss this fun time shared at the home of Lori Colby located at 3358 E Austrian Way in Cottonwood Heights.

ATHLETICS
CLICK HERE to find game schedules. Practices can be found on your TeamSnap App.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

April 24-28, 2017

UPCOMING DATES
May 5                     NO SCHOOL - May Break

SPRING MUSICAL THIS WEEK! PRESENTING “HELLO, DOLLY”
Come buy your tickets for the ICS production of “Hello, Dolly!” This classic, musical comedy will be presented at Eastmont Middle School Auditorium in Sandy.
WHEN:
Friday, April 28th at 7:00
Saturday, April 29th at 1:00

Tickets are $10.00 each and available for purchase in the school office. We will see you there!


DANCE, WEDNESDAY, 4/26
This week ICS Dance will be leading chapel at 10:55. Friends and family are welcome to join us for a special time of worship. Please have the girls wear their leo and tights underneath their clothes. They will be excused at 10:30 to come to the gym to get ready. We will help the 1st-3rd grade students bobby pin their wreaths in their hair.

DANCE AT HELLO DOLLY! PERFORMANCES, 4/28 and 4/29
The 4th-6th Grade girls will dance at the beginning of Friday night’s performance and the 1st-3rd Grade girls will dance at the beginning of the Saturday matinee. It will be a celebration of the creative arts God has given us. Get your Hello Dolly! tickets in the front office now! Do not miss this!

ONE ACCORD WORSHIP NIGHT, 4/30
ICS is invited to worship with the body of Christ in a One Accord worship night led by the Salt Lake City Mass Choir directed by our very own Coach Tim Drisdom. ICS will be promoted that night as well. Join us Sunday evening, April 30th at 6pm at K2 the Church, 5049 Murray Blvd.

SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM
Don’t forget to sign up for ICS Summer Camps!
We are offering a variety of summer camps for 3 year olds through 8th grade, all led by our amazing teaching staff. Art, Clay, Running and Nutrition, Writing, Journalism, Legos, Cooking, Spanish, Soccer, Volleyball…just to mention a few of the camps! ICS Families are encouraged to register now as enrollment to non-ICS families has begun. CLICK HERE to learn more and register NOW!

ELEMENTARY SPRING CONCERT, MAY 4TH
The Elementary Spring Concert is coming soon! Please join us Thursday, May 4th at 6:30pm in the school gym. PLEASE drop your students in their classrooms at 6:10, wearing jeans and their field trip shirts. We are looking forward to a great night of music and worship!

ART
Elementary Art Show Thursday, May 4th in conjunction with the Elementary Music Program. Come early to see the beautiful art work of your sons and daughters. Art will be displayed in the gym.
Urgent Help Needed… the Elementary Art Department is in need of parent volunteers to come and help hang paper the morning of Monday, May 1st. Project should take 30-45 minutes. If you can help please contact JeQuita Lee at lee_j@slcics.org.

FROM OUR LIBRARIAN

Strive to find personal reading time and usher your children into a love of reading. When your children observe you listening to a story while making dinner, folding laundry or running on the treadmill, they recognize you as someone who values books. There are free audio book sites such as https://librivox.org/search, and the Salt Lake County Library continues to add to their wonderful stash of e-books. As written in The Common Sense Media, "Parents can encourage reading," they explain, "by keeping print books in the home, reading themselves, and setting aside time daily for their children to read." Jordan Shapiro follows that report with, "At the end of the day, how our children read and what our children read says a lot more about adult attitudes about books than it does about the kids. Model the behaviors and attitudes you want your children to emulate."
Without saying a word, let's turn our attitude about books upside down. Action is powerful!

PARENTS IN PRAYER
EVERY THURSDAY from 8:20-8:50am. Please join in the privilege of praying with other moms, dads and grandparents for our students, faculty, staff and school.

COFFEE FELLOWSHIP
Our last coffee fellowship of the 2016-2017 will be Tuesday, April 25. In lieu of our regular coffee fellowship on May 2nd, we will have an end-of-year breakfast for all parents, grandparents at the regularly scheduled time. Don’t miss this fun time shared at the home of Lori Colby located at 3358 E Austrian Way in Cottonwood Heights.

ATHLETICS
CLICK HERE to find game schedules. Practices can be found on your TeamSnap App.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

April 17-21, 2017

UPCOMING DATES
April 18-24      Grades 2-10, ACT Aspire and Terra Nova Testing
May 5              NO SCHOOL - May Break


STANDARDIZED TESTING THIS WEEK
All 2nd-10th grade students will be taking standardized tests April 18-24.
*Note: Please make every effort to have your child in school every day that week as make-up tests are difficult.


SPRING MUSICAL NEXT WEEK! PRESENTING “HELLO, DOLLY”
Come buy your tickets for the ICS production of “Hello, Dolly!” This classic, musical comedy will be presented at Eastmont Middle School Auditorium in Sandy.
WHEN:
Friday, April 28th at 7:00
Saturday, April 29th at 1:00

Tickets are $10.00 each and available for purchase in the school office. We will see you there!

FATHER/DAUGHTER BALL
Attention all ICS girls! Our First Annual Father Daughter Ball is THIS Friday, April 21st from 6:30-8:30pm. You can still purchase tickets in the front office until Thursday, or the price will go up at the door. High school soccer players can come after your game, and middle school girls can stay after the dance for the lock-in. Feel free to invite your dad, grandpa, uncle, or another special male in your life. Many thanks to all the parents who are volunteering to pull off this fun evening. We look forward to seeing you all there for a night full of fun and surprises!

ONE ACCORD WORSHIP NIGHT
ICS is invited to worship with the body of Christ in a One Accord worship night led by the Salt Lake City Mass Choir directed by our very own Coach Tim Drisdom. ICS will be promoted that night as well. Join us Sunday evening, April 30th at K2 the Church, 5049 Murray Blvd.

SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM
Don’t forget to sign up for ICS Summer Camps!
We are offering a variety of summer camps for 3 year olds through 8th grade, all led by our amazing teaching staff. Art, Clay, Running and Nutrition, Writing, Journalism, Legos, Cooking, Spanish, Soccer, Volleyball…just to mention a few of the camps! ICS Families are encouraged to register now as enrollment to non-ICS families has begun. CLICK HERE to learn more and register NOW!

ELEMENTARY SPRING CONCERT
The Elementary Spring Concert is coming soon! Please join us Thursday, May 4th at 6:30pm in the school gym. PLEASE drop your students in their classrooms at 6:10, wearing jeans and their field trip shirts. We are looking forward to a great night of music and worship!

PARENTS IN PRAYER
EVERY THURSDAY from 8:20-8:50am. Please join in the privilege of praying with other moms, dads and grandparents for our students, faculty, staff and school.

COFFEE FELLOWSHIP
Tuesdays at 8:10 a.m. at Coffee and Cocoa down the hill from ICS. Drop in for a cup of Joe, great conversation and fellowship. Our last fellowship of the 2016-2017 will be Tuesday, April 25. In lieu of our regular coffee fellowship on May 2nd, we will have an end-of-year breakfast for all parents, grandparents at the regularly scheduled time. Don’t miss this fun time shared at the home of Lori Colby located at 3358 E Austrian Way in Cottonwood Heights.

ATHLETICS
CLICK HERE to find game schedules. Practices can be found on your TeamSnap App.

 

 

 

 

 

April 10-14, 2017

UPCOMING DATES
April 10-13        HS/MS Spiritual Emphasis Week
April 13             2nd Annual ICS Day of Service
                         HS Fellowship Night, 7pm @ ICS
April 14-17        Easter Break – NO SCHOOL
April 18-24        Grades 2-10, ACT Aspire and Terra Nova Testing

TAILGATE PARTY TONIGHT!
Tonight, April 10th, PTF is hosting a school-wide, tailgate party at Mountview Park! Wear your ICS spirit wear, and come cheer for the Varsity and JV Men’s Soccer Teams at 4pm and 5:30pm.

ICS DAY OF SERVICE, THIS THURSDAY!
“For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” Ephesians 20:10
Our 335 students along with teachers, staff and families will be impacting 22 organizations including 7 churches, 6 Christian ministries, 2 parks and 7 other non-profit organizations this
Thursday, April 13th. We call on our prayer warriors to hold this day up in prayer! It will take many helping hands (and drivers) to make this event a success. CLICK HERE to review and sign up for one of the volunteer opportunities.

STANDARDIZED TESTING, GRADES 2-10, APRIL 18-24
All 2nd-10th grade students will be taking standardized tests April 18-24.
*Note: This is immediately following Easter Break. Please make every effort to have your child in school every day that week as make-up tests are difficult.

SPRING MUSICAL TICKET SALES
Friday, April 28th at 7pm and Saturday, April 29th at 1pm---You won’t want to miss it!
      Ticket Information:

  • All tickets are $10. All audience members must be age 5 or older.
  • Tickets on sale NOW!
  • Tickets must be purchased on the ICS campus at the front office with cash or check made out to ICS.
  • Tickets are sold in the order of numbered rows and seats in the auditorium. For example, the first 4 people to buy tickets will be given seats A1-A4. The seating in the auditorium at Eastmont is very well laid out. Even a seat in the very back affords a good view of the stage.

ELEMENTARY ART:

ART SHOW HELPERS NEEDED, MAY 1st
We need you! The Elementary Art Show is Thursday, May 4th, and we need help getting ready for the exhibit. On Monday, May 1st we need 3-4 parents to help hang paper on the walls beginning at 8:30am. Please contact JeQuita Lee at lee_j@slcics.org if you are available to help.

            WE NEED YOUR NEWSPAPERS
            Elementary Art is in need of newspaper for sculpture projects. Please bring to the art room in Rm 205.

            ELEMENTARY ART GALLERY 4th QUARTER CHALLENGE
            Friendship Means… Students are challenged to come up with a composition that portrays what
            friendship means to them. Students may work with a partner for the project. All entries due Thursday,
           April 13th.

FIRST ANNUAL FATHER/DAUGHTER BALL, APRIL 21st
Friday, April 21st, 6:30-8:30pm Be sure to reserve your tickets by April 14th in the ICS front office! There will be dancing, a dessert bar, and a special surprise. ICS Girls of all ages are invited to bring their dads or any special male in their lives! CLICK HERE to see how you can help full off this night to remember!

SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM
Don’t forget to sign up for ICS Summer Camps!
We are offering a variety of summer camps for 3 years olds through 8th grade all led by our amazing teaching staff. Art, Clay, Running and Nutrition, Writing, Journalism, Legos, Cooking, Spanish, Soccer, Volleyball…just to mention a few of the camps! ICS families are encouraged to register now as enrollment to non-ICS families will begin April 11th. CLICK HERE to learn more and register NOW!

ACCELERATED LEARNING CENTER
We are in need of volunteers at our Accelerated Learning Center located at Southeast Christian Center on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. Please contact Dawn Menning at 801-910-8462 or dawnmenning@gmail.com. Volunteers will need to have background checks and fingerprinting prior to volunteering. Please contact Nicole Stoddard for more information at stoddard_n@slcics.org.

JOB OPENINGS:
            ELEMENTARY TEACHERS
            ICS is accepting applications for elementary teaching positions for the 2017-2018 school year.
            Candidates should share our passion for Christian education and embrace the mission of ICS to be a
            Christ-centered learning community that equips and inspires students to thrive in God’s world. We                       would desire applicants to have a current UT or ACSI teaching certificate. If you are interested, send a               resume and faculty job application (CLICK HERE) to Nicole Stoddard at receptionist@slcics.org. For               questions, contact Nicole Stoddard at 801-365-0370.

            PART-TIME MIDDLE SCHOOL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL POSITION
            ICS is accepting applications for a part-time assistant middle school principal for the 2017-2018 school
            year. Candidates should share our passion for Christian education and embrace the mission of ICS to               be a Christ-centered learning community that equips and inspires students to thrive in God’s world. We
            would desire applicants to have a current UT or ACSI teaching certificate. If you are interested, send a
            resume and faculty job application (CLICK HERE) to Nicole Stoddard at receptionist@slcics.org. For
            questions, contact Nicole Stoddard at 801-365-0370.

            BUS DRIVERS
            ICS is accepting applications for bus driver positions for both the current school year as well as the                     2017-2018 school year. Candidates should share our passion for Christian education and embrace the               mission of ICS to be a Christ-centered learning community that equips and inspires students to thrive in             God’s world. We require applicants to have a current CDL. If you are interested, send a resume and                   staff job application (CLICK HERE) to Nicole Stoddard at receptionist@slcics.org. For questions,                     contact Nicole Stoddard at 801-365-0370.

PARENTS IN PRAYER
EVERY THURSDAY from 8:20am-8:50am. Please join in the privilege of praying with other moms, dads and grandparents for our students, faculty, staff and school.

COFFEE FELLOWSHIP
Tuesdays at 8:10am at Coffee and Cocoa down the hill from ICS. Drop in for a cup of Joe, great conversation and fellowship.

ATHLETICS
CLICK HERE to find game schedules. Practices can be found on your TeamSnap App.

 

 

 

 

 

April 3-7, 2017

UPCOMING DATES

April 18-24           Standardized Testing for Grades 2-10
April 13               2nd Annual ICS Day of Service
April 14-17          Easter Break
April 18-24          Grades 2-10, ACT Aspire and Terra Nova Testing


DEBATE STATE CHAMPIONS PEP ASSEMBLY, APRIL 7th
Friday, April 7 at 2:45pm in the gym. Come help us celebrate your 2016-2017 STATE DEBATE TEAM CHAMPIONS! Not only did ICS walk away with a decided victory as a team, they also took home some serious hardware in individual contests. Come Friday and join in the festivities!

ICS DAY OF SERVICE, THURSDAY, APRIL 13th
You won’t want to miss our 2nd annual all-school service project which is a great way for us to model service to our students as well as for ICS to be a light in our community. CLICK HERE to sign up for a volunteer opportunity and take part in this very special day!

STANDARDIZED TESTING, GRADES 2-10, APRIL 18-24
All 2nd -10th grade students will be taking standardized tests April 18-24.
*Note: This is immediately following Easter Break. Please make every effort to have your child in
school every day that week as make-up tests are difficult.


SPRING MUSICAL TICKET SALES
Friday April 28th at 7pm  and Saturday April 29th at 1pm
Ticket Information:
- All tickets are $10.00. All audience members must be age 5 or older.
- Tickets on sale NOW
- Tickets must be purchased on campus at the front office with cash or check made out to ICS.
- Tickets are sold in the order of numbered rows and seats in the auditorium. For example, the first 4 people to buy tickets will be given seats A1-A4. The seating in the auditorium at Eastmont is very well laid out. Even a seat in the very back affords a good view of the stage.

ELEMENTARY ART SHOW HELPERS NEEDED, MAY 1st
We Need You! The Elementary Art Show is Thursday, May 4th, and we need help in getting ready for the exhibit. On Monday, May 1st we need 3-4 parents to help hang paper on the walls beginning at 8:30am. Please contact JeQuita Lee at lee_j@slcics.org if you are available to help.

ELEMENTARY ART NEEDS YOUR NEWSPAPERS
Elementary Art is in need of newspaper for sculpture projects. Please bring donation to the art room in room 205.

ELEMENTARY ART GALLERY 4TH QUARTER CHALLENGE
Friendship Means…. Students are challenged to come up with a composition that portrays what friendship means to them. They may work with a partner for this project. All entries are due Thursday, April 13th.

NOTE FROM THE LIBRARIAN
When we take time while reading to simply reflect, we encourage our children to become much more aware, much more empathetic by merely asking them to think about how they would react to a situation. The result: other-centered rather than self-centered which opens the door to Jesus and His love. CLICK HERE to read more.

FIRST ANNUAL FATHER/DAUGHTER BALL, APRIL 21st
Friday April 21- 6:30-8:30   Be SURE to get your tickets! Promises to be an evening of bonding and fun for dads and daughters of ALL ages! Tickets on sale in the office starting Tuesday, April 4th. Be sure to reserve your tickets by April 14th!! There will be dancing, a dessert bar, and a special surprise. Bring your dad or any special male in your life!

TAILGATE PARTY, APRIL 10th
Monday, April 10th, PTF is hosting a school-wide Tailgate Party at MountView Park! Wear your ICS spirit wear and come cheer for the Varsity and JV Boys Soccer Teams at 4:00 and 5:30pm. A catered BBQ meal will be available for $6/person starting at 5:00 pm. Tickets will be available through Eventbrite and must be purchased by Wednesday, April 5th. CLICK HERE to get your tickets NOW! 

SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM
This summer, ICS is offering for the first time, week long summer camps. ICS families are encouraged to register now as enrollment to non-ICS families will begin on April 11th.  Check out the descriptions and fun being planned for your child this summer. ALL CAMPS ARE TAUGHT AND LED BY ICS FACULTY AND STAFF. CLICK HERE to learn more and register NOW.

ACCELERATED LEARNING CENTER
We are in need of volunteers at our Accelerated Learning Center located at Southeast Christian Center on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. Please contact Dawn Menning at 801-910-8462 or dawnmenning@gmail.com. These volunteers will need to have background checks and fingerprinting prior to volunteering, please contact Nicole Stoddard stoddard_n@slcics.org for more information.

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH READING CLINIC
The University of Utah Reading Clinic offers intensive summer reading tutoring for struggling readers in K-6th grade. Stop by the front office to pick up more information or contact them directly at 801-265-3951 for a reading assessment appointment. They have limited spots that fill up quickly so contact them soon if you are interested.

JOB OPENINGS
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS
ICS is accepting applications for elementary teaching positions for the 2017-2018 school year. Candidates should share our passion for Christian education and embrace the mission of ICS to be a Christ-centered learning community that equips and inspires students to thrive in God’s world. We would desire applicants to have a current UT or ACSI teaching certificate. If you are interested, send a resume and faculty job application (CLICK HERE) to Nicole Stoddard at receptionist@slcics.org. For questions contact Nicole Stoddard at 801-365-0370.

PART-TIME MIDDLE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL POSITION
ICS is accepting applications for a part-time assistant middle school principal position for the 2017-2018 school year. Candidates should share our passion for Christian education and embrace the mission of ICS to be a Christ-centered learning community that equips and inspires students to thrive in God’s world. We would desire applicants to have a current UT or ACSI teaching certificate. If you are interested, send a resume and faculty job application (CLICK HERE) to Nicole Stoddard at receptionist@slcics.org. For questions contact Nicole Stoddard at 801-365-0370.

BUS DRIVERS
ICS is accepting applications for bus driver positions for both the current school year as well as the 2017-2018 school year. Candidates should share our passion for Christian education and embrace the mission of ICS to be a Christ-centered learning community that equips and inspires students to thrive in God’s world. We would require applicants to have a current CDL. If you are interested, send a resume and staff job application (CLICK HERE) to Nicole Stoddard at receptionist@slcics.org. For questions, contact Nicole Stoddard at 801-365-0370.

PARENTS IN PRAYER
EVERY THURSDAY from 8:20am-8:50am. Please join in the privilege of praying with other moms, dads and grandparents for our students, faculty, staff and school.

COFFEE FELLOWSHIP
Tuesdays at 8:10 a.m. at Coffee and Cocoa down the hill. Drop in for a cup of joe and great conversation and fellowship.

ATHLETICS
CLICK HERE to find game schedules. Practices can be found on your Team Snap App.

 

 

 

 

 

 

March 20-24, 2017

UPCOMING DATES
March 22                     Dinner Night Out, Panda Express
March 27-March 31    Spring Break

April 18-24                  Standardized Testing for Grades 2-10
April 13                       2nd Annual ICS Day of Service
April 14-17                      Easter Break
April 18-24                      Grades 2-10, ACT Aspire and Terra Nova Testing


STANDARDIZED TESTING, GRADES 2-10
All 2nd -10th grade students will be taking standardized tests April 18-24.
*Note: This is immediately following Easter Break. Please make every effort to have your child in
school every day that week as make-up tests are difficult.

EARLY CHILDHOOD LITERACY NIGHT
For all ECE families: TONIGHT! Monday, March 20th, we are hosting a children's literacy night. We will have a guest speaker and children's books to give away! We are looking forward to seeing you all there.

DINNER NIGHT OUT AT PANDA EXPRESS
Make sure to mark your calendars for this last Dinner Night Out for the 2016-2017 school year! Come enjoy a meal with friends, family and other students all while ICS earns 20% of your pre-tax purchases!
Panda Express at Park Centre & Fort Union
6927 Park Centre Dr Salt Lake City, UT 84121
CLICK HERE to print the flyer. Or if ordering online, use the code: 226103. We'll see you there!

SPRING MUSICAL, HELLO DOLLY, TICKET SALES
Ticket Information:
-All tickets are $10.00. All audience members must be age 5 or older.
-Ticket sales begin Tuesday March 21st at 7:50 AM
- Tickets must be purchased on campus at the front office with cash or check made out to ICS.
- Tickets are sold in the order of numbered rows and seats in the auditorium.

For example, the first 4 people to buy tickets will be given seats A1-A4. The seating in the auditorium at Eastmont is very well laid out. Even a seat in the very back affords a good view of the stage.

Performance Dates:
Friday April 28th at 7:00 pm
Saturday April 29th at 1:00 pm

 

SAVE THE DATE
Friday, April 21st from 6:30-8:30pm. Father Daughter Ball for girls of all ages, high school down to preschool. Please plan on amazing night! More details coming soon.

TAILGATE PARTY
Monday April 10th PTF is hosting a School-wide Tailgate at Mount View Park! Wear your ICS spirit wear and come cheer for the Varsity and JV boys soccer teams at 4:00 and 5:30pm. A catered BBQ meal will be available for $6/person starting at 5:00 pm. Tickets will be available through Eventbrite and must be purchased by Monday April 3rd. An email will be sent out with the Eventbrite ticket link. See you there!

FROM OUR LIBRARIAN
My very dear friend, Mandy Begg, introduced me to a precious book, Thoughts to Make Your Heart Sing, by Sally Lloyd-Jones. The link below shares Sally’s insightful thoughts about sharing stories with your children. If you’re anything like me, this little “shove” is just what you need to get you up, running in the right direction, and knowing it’s in Him that you’re moving at all. CLICK HERE for more information on the book.

SUMMER PROGRAM AND CAMP REGISTRATION BEGINS TODAY
Program(Full Day Care) and Camp registration begins this week. CLICK HERE for the Program registration form. Look for specific camp information and registration coming via email. The Program and camps will be open to non-ICS families beginning April 3rd. 

ACCELERATED LEARNING CENTER
We are in need of volunteers at our Accelerated Learning Center located at Southeast Christian Center on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. Please contact Dawn Menning at 801-910-8462 or dawnmenning@gmail.com. These volunteers will need to have background checks and fingerprinting prior to volunteering, please contact Nicole Stoddard stoddard_n@slcics.org for more information.

DANCE FIELD TRIP
ICS DANCE FIELD TRIP… ICS Dance will be attending the Children’s Dance Theater's presentation at Capitol Theater on Friday, March 24th. Students will be meeting in the foyer at 9:15 and will return to campus between 12:00-12:15. Dancers are to dress up for the concert…no jeans pleaseJ For more information contact JeQuita Lee at lee_j@slcics.org.

DEBATE
A HUGE LION CONGRATULATIONS! Our HS Debate Team won the 1A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP in a tight 79-76 over second place Panguitch! Coach Jacqueline Croswhite and the team have put in a long season of prep and it paid off with a championship.
Here are the individual results:
Cana Buckley - STATE CHAMPION in Extemporaneous, CO-STATE CHAMPION in Lincoln-Douglas;
Sonya Wirkus - 2nd in Extemporaneous, CO-STATE CHAMPION in Lincoln-Douglas;
Noah Kohl - STATE CHAMPION in Congress, 3rd in Lincoln-Douglas;
Nygelle Heiden - STATE CHAMPION in Oratory;
Tanner Lee and Eric Henry - 2nd in Public Forum;
Isaiah Menning - 3rd in Extemporaneous;
Tanner Lee - 4th in Congress;
Jared Ferkin - Quarterfinalist in Spar (Spontaneous Argumentation) and 8th in Impromptu.
ICS swept (1st,2nd,3rd) in both Extemporaneous and Lincoln-Douglas!
Way to go Lions! First State Championship since the last Debate win in 2011.

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH READING CLINIC
The University of Utah Reading Clinic offers intensive summer reading tutoring for struggling readers in K-6th grade. Stop by the front office to pick up more information or contact them directly at 801-265-3951 for a reading assessment appointment. They have limited spots that fill up quickly so contact them soon if you are interested

LEAVE ME ALONE
March 15th in elementary chapel, an ICS mom, Melinda Benson, shared her newly published children's book with your child. "Leave Me Alone!" Is a unique rhyming book with charming feline cartoon characters that tell a real story about how she discovered her son, Isaac's brain tumor, his personal struggles and how Jesus, family, prayers and medical staff helped him overcome his frustrations and fears. To preorder a book for $20, sign up in the office or CLICK HERE. Please consider donating an extra copy or two of Melinda's book to be personally delivered to hospitalized child patients at LeBonheur Children's Hospital in Memphis or at a local organization TBA. Sign up in the office to make a difference in the life of your child or another's. Discounted 20% for donated books! 

LIONS ROAR
Jonathan Lathrop, Class of 2017, was named to the 2017 1A All Star Basketball Team. There will be a game at Olympus High School on Friday, March 17th at 3:00pm. Congrats for being a leader on and off the basketball court!
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Special congratulations to Rachel Jensen for qualifying to compete in the Utah State National Geographic Bee! Rachel took a competitive exam in January, and her scores landed her this opportunity! The state bee will be held on Friday, March 31, 2017. One champion from each state and territory will advance to the National Geographic Bee Championship, which will be held May 14-18 at the National Geographic Society headquarters in Washington, D.C. We are all very proud of her and wish her the best of luck at the state level! Way to go, Rachel!

JOB OPENINGS
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS
ICS is accepting applications for elementary teaching positions for the 2017-2018 school year. Candidates should share our passion for Christian education and embrace the mission of ICS to be a Christ-centered learning community that equips and inspires students to thrive in God’s world. We would desire applicants to have a current UT or ACSI teaching certificate. If you are interested, send a resume and faculty job application (CLICK HERE) to Nicole Stoddard at receptionist@slcics.org. For questions contact Nicole Stoddard at 801-365-0370.

PART-TIME MIDDLE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL POSITION
ICS is accepting applications for a part-time assistant middle school principal position for the 2017-2018 school year. Candidates should share our passion for Christian education and embrace the mission of ICS to be a Christ-centered learning community that equips and inspires students to thrive in God’s world. We would desire applicants to have a current UT or ACSI teaching certificate. If you are interested, send a resume and faculty job application (CLICK HERE) to Nicole Stoddard at receptionist@slcics.org. For questions contact Nicole Stoddard at 801-365-0370.

BUS DRIVERS
ICS is accepting applications for bus driver positions for both the current school year as well as the 2017-2018 school year. Candidates should share our passion for Christian education and embrace the mission of ICS to be a Christ-centered learning community that equips and inspires students to thrive in God’s world. We would require applicants to have a current CDL. If you are interested, send a resume and staff job application (CLICK HERE) to Nicole Stoddard at receptionist@slcics.org. For questions contact Nicole Stoddard at 801-365-0370.

ICS DAY OF SERVICE, THURSDAY, APRIL 13th
You won’t want to miss our 2nd annual all-school service project which is a great way for us to model service to our students as well as for ICS to be a light in our community. For questions about the 2nd Annual ICS Day of Service and how you can help, contact Tara Heiden at 801.365.0349 or heiden_t@slcics.org.

ICS DAY OF SERVICE: CALLING ALL THRIVENT MEMBERS!
Many of the projects planned for the ICS Day of Service require “seed money”. Fortunately, ICS sponsor, Darren Morrison of Thrivent Financial will be partnering with us by creating “Action Teams” and funding $250 seed money towards each Action Team’s service project. If you are already a Thrivent member, call Tara Heiden to create your Action Team. If you would like to find out more about becoming a Thrivent member, please contact Darren Morrison at 801.971.8864. You can start an Action Team even if you are a new member. Our goal is $5,500 in service project seed money. Help us get there today! For all questions about ICS Day of Service and how you can help, contact Tara Heiden at 801.365.0349 or heiden_t@slcics.org.

PARENTS IN PRAYER
Thursdays 8:20 a.m. to 8:50 a.m. in the Teachers' Lounge. Please join other parents and grandparents in prayer for our school, students, faculty and staff. What a privilege!

COFFEE FELLOWSHIP
Meet with other parents and grandparents to chat and get to know one another. Tuesdays at 8:10 a.m. at Coffee and Cocoa down the hill.

ATHLETICS
CLICK HERE to find game schedules. Practices can be found on your Team Snap App.

 

 

 

 

March 13-17, 2017

UPCOMING DATES
March 22                    Dinner Night Out, Panda Express
March 27-March 31   Spring Break

April 18-24                 Standardized Testing for Grades 2-10
April 13                      2nd Annual ICS Day of Service
April 14-17                     Easter Break
April 18-24                     Grades 2-10, ACT Aspire and Terra Nova Testing


STANDARDIZED TESTING, GRADES 2-10
All 2nd -10th grade students will be taking standardized tests April 18-24.
*Note: This is immediately following Easter Break. Please make every effort to have your child in
school every day that week as make-up tests are difficult.


SCRIP
Are you prepared for Spring Break? Order Scrip for travel, hotels, car rentals, dining out & a variety of fun activities. We will process a scrip order Thursday, March 16th. Orders need to be turned in by 9:30 a.m. to the Main Office, along with payment and be available for pick up Tuesday, March 21st. You can order by turning in a paper order (CLICK HERE) or by entering your order online at www.shopwithscrip.com. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Trina Lathrop at: 801-949-9590 (text or call) or by email: icsptf82@gmail.com

EARLY CHILDHOOD LITERACY NIGHT
For all ECE families: Next Monday, March 20th, we are hosting a children's literacy night. We will have a guest speaker and children's books to give away! See the attached document for more details. We are looking forward to seeing you all there.

DINNER NIGHT OUT AT PANDA EXPRESS
Make sure to mark your calendars for this last Dinner Night Out for the 2016-2017 school year! Come enjoy a meal with friends, family and other students all while ICS earns 20% of your pre-tax purchases! 
Panda Express at Park Centre & Fort Union
6927 Park Centre Dr Salt Lake City, UT 84121
CLICK HERE to print the flyer. Or if ordering online, use the code: 226103. We'll see you there!

SAVE THE DATE
Friday, April 21st from 6:30-8:30pm. Father Daughter Ball for girls of all ages, high school down to preschool. Please plan on amazing night! More details coming soon.

DEBATE
The Speech and Debate team had an exciting Saturday at their Region tournament! Everyone did a fantastic job! The results are below. Also, please pray for the team as they prepare for the State tournament this coming Friday and Saturday in Salem, Utah. Pray that God would be glorified!

Public Forum Debate
1st: Amber DeStigter and Isaiah Menning
2nd: Eric Henry and Tanner Lee
3rd: Isabelle Aste and Brianna Phillips
4th: Clinton Bradt and Nick Sanborn
5th: Alex Armstrong and Bella Breen

Lincoln Douglas Debate
1st: Cana Buckley
2nd: Noah Kohl
3rd: Sonya Wirkus
4th: Grace Longoria

Spontaneous Argumentation
1st Austin Worley
4th Jarod Ferkin
6th Vitalik Mylar
7th Levi Bauer
8th Taylor Hawes

Extemporaneous Speaking
1st Cana Buckley
2nd Sonya Wirkus
3rd Isaiah Menning
4th Clinton Bradt
5th Vitalik Mylar

Impromptu
1st Austin Worley
2nd Grace Longoria
3rd Jarod Ferkin
4th Nick Sanborn

Original Oratory
1st Nygelle Heiden
2nd Anna Grace Davidson
3rd Taylor Hawes
4th Amber DeStigter
5th Katelyn Jackson
6th Ely Orozco
7th Peter Jensen

Congressional Debate
1st Noah Kohl
2nd Tanner Lee
3rd Brianna Phillips
4th Eric Henry


UNIVERSITY OF UTAH READING CLINIC
The University of Utah Reading Clinic offers intensive summer reading tutoring for struggling readers in K-6th grade. Stop by the front office to pick up more information or contact them directly at 801-265-3951 for a reading assessment appointment. They have limited spots that fill up quickly so contact them soon if you are interested

LIONS ROAR
Jonathan Lathrop, Class of 2017, was named to the 2017 1A All Star Basketball Team. There will be a game at Olympus High School on Friday, March 17th at 3:00pm. Congrats for being a leader on and off the basketball court!
______________________________________________________________________

Special congratulations to Rachel Jensen for qualifying to compete in the Utah State National Geographic Bee! Rachel took a competitive exam in January, and her scores landed her this opportunity! The state bee will be held on Friday, March 31, 2017. One champion from each state and territory will advance to the National Geographic Bee Championship, which will be held May 14-18 at the National Geographic Society headquarters in Washington, D.C. We are all very proud of her and wish her the best of luck at the state level! Way to go, Rachel!

JOB OPENINGS
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS
ICS is accepting applications for elementary teaching positions for the 2017-2018 school year. Candidates should share our passion for Christian education and embrace the mission of ICS to be a Christ-centered learning community that equips and inspires students to thrive in God’s world. We would desire applicants to have a current UT or ACSI teaching certificate. If you are interested, send a resume and faculty job application (CLICK HERE) to Nicole Stoddard at receptionist@slcics.org. For questions contact Nicole Stoddard at 801-365-0370.

PART-TIME MIDDLE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL POSITION
ICS is accepting applications for a part-time assistant middle school principal position for the 2017-2018 school year. Candidates should share our passion for Christian education and embrace the mission of ICS to be a Christ-centered learning community that equips and inspires students to thrive in God’s world. We would desire applicants to have a current UT or ACSI teaching certificate. If you are interested, send a resume and faculty job application (CLICK HERE) to Nicole Stoddard at receptionist@slcics.org. For questions contact Nicole Stoddard at 801-365-0370.

BUS DRIVERS
ICS is accepting applications for bus driver positions for both the current school year as well as the 2017-2018 school year. Candidates should share our passion for Christian education and embrace the mission of ICS to be a Christ-centered learning community that equips and inspires students to thrive in God’s world. We would require applicants to have a current CDL. If you are interested, send a resume and staff job application (CLICK HERE) to Nicole Stoddard at receptionist@slcics.org. For questions contact Nicole Stoddard at 801-365-0370.

ICS DAY OF SERVICE, THURSDAY, APRIL 13th
You won’t want to miss our 2nd annual all-school service project which is a great way for us to model service to our students as well as for ICS to be a light in our community. For questions about the 2nd Annual ICS Day of Service and how you can help, contact Tara Heiden at 801.365.0349 or heiden_t@slcics.org.

ICS DAY OF SERVICE: CALLING ALL THRIVENT MEMBERS!
Many of the projects planned for the ICS Day of Service require “seed money”. Fortunately, ICS sponsor, Darren Morrison of Thrivent Financial will be partnering with us by creating “Action Teams” and funding $250 seed money towards each Action Team’s service project. If you are already a Thrivent member, call Tara Heiden to create your Action Team. If you would like to find out more about becoming a Thrivent member, please contact Darren Morrison at 801.971.8864. You can start an Action Team even if you are a new member. Our goal is $5,500 in service project seed money. Help us get there today! For all questions about ICS Day of Service and how you can help, contact Tara Heiden at 801.365.0349 or heiden_t@slcics.org.

PARENTS IN PRAYER
Thursdays 8:20 a.m. to 8:50 a.m. in the Teachers' Lounge. Please join other parents and grandparents in prayer for our school, students, faculty and staff. What a privilege!

COFFEE FELLOWSHIP
Meet with other parents and grandparents to chat and get to know one another. Tuesdays at 8:10 a.m. at Coffee and Cocoa down the hill.

ATHLETICS
CLICK HERE to find game schedules. Practices can be found on your Team Snap App.

 

 

 

 

 

March 6-10, 2017

UPCOMING DATES
March 10        End of 3rd Quarter- HALF DAY, Ski Day
March 5-10     HS Music Tour

March 27-31      Spring Break
April 13              2nd Annual ICS Day of Service

April 14-17         Easter Break
April 18-24         Grades 2-10, ACT Aspire and Terra Nova Testing

FIELD TRIP
Tuesday, March 14th grades K-5 will travel to the Children’s Theatre of Utah to view a performance of Aesop’s Fables. The show will last from 9:45-11:00. We will take the school buses so no parent drivers will be necessary. A bus ride is a field trip in and of itself for our students! Students should wear field trip shirts.

BEYOND SIGHT MOVIE
The inspirational story of a boy born blind who dreamed of surfing. Our ICS Family is invited to watch BEYOND SIGHT, The Derek Rabelo Story.   Movie Trailer: www.beyondsightmovie.com

  • Tuesday April 4, 2017
  • Doors open 6pm - Free Raffle 6:15pm - Movie starts 6:30pm
  • Jim Santy Auditorium - Park City Library
  • 1255 Park Ave, Park City, UT 84060

STANDARDIZED TESTING, GRADES 2-10
All 2nd -10th grade students will be taking standardized tests April 18-24.
*Note: This is immediately following Easter Break. Please make every effort to have your child in
             school every day that week as make-up tests are difficult.

SAVE THE DATE
Friday, April 21st from 6:30-8:30pm. Father Daughter Ball for girls of all ages, high school down to preschool. Please plan on amazing night! More details coming soon.

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH READING CLINIC
The University of Utah Reading Clinic offers intensive summer reading tutoring for struggling readers in K-6th grade. Stop by the front office to pick up more information or contact the clinic directly at 801-265-3951 for a reading assessment appointment. They have limited spots that fill up quickly so contact them soon if you are interested.

MEET AN INVENTOR NIGHT
High School students are invited to attend the College of Engineering's Annual Meet an Inventor Night. They will have the opportunity to learn how faculty, students, and engineers solve everyday problems. This event will showcase student design projects, faculty research, research and development in industry, and a panel discussion on how to get your idea into the market. Students can register now!

Date: Thursday, March 9
Time: 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. (check-in begins at 6:30)
Location: Warnock Engineering Building
Contact: Morgan Boyack at morgan.boyack@utah.eduor at 801-581-4528

LIONS ROAR
Special congratulations to Rachel Jensen for qualifying to compete in the Utah State National Geographic Bee! Rachel took a competitive exam in January, and her scores landed her this opportunity! The state bee will be held on Friday, March 31, 2017. One champion from each state and territory will advance to the National Geographic Bee Championship which will be held May 14-18 at the National Geographic Society headquarters in Washington, D.C. We are all very proud of her and wish her the best of luck at the state level! Way to go, Rachel!

ICS DAY OF SERVICE, THURSDAY, APRIL 13th
You won’t want to miss our 2nd annual all-school service project which is a great way for us to model service to our students as well as for ICS to be a light in our community. For questions about the 2nd Annual ICS Day of Service and how you can help, contact Tara Heiden at 801.365.0349 or heiden_t@slcics.org.

ICS DAY OF SERVICE: CALLING ALL THRIVENT MEMBERS!
Many of the projects planned for the ICS Day of Service require “seed money”. Fortunately, ICS sponsor, Darren Morrison of Thrivent Financial will be partnering with us by creating “Action Teams” and funding $250 seed money towards each Action Team’s service project. If you are already a Thrivent member, call Tara Heiden to create your Action Team. If you would like to find out more about becoming a Thrivent member, please contact Darren Morrison at 801.971.8864. You can start an Action Team even if you are a new member. Our goal is $5,500 in service project seed money. Help us get there today! For all questions about ICS Day of Service and how you can help, contact Tara Heiden at 801.365.0349 or heiden_t@slcics.org.

JOB OPENINGS
ICS is accepting applications for a full-time 1st grade teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Candidates should share our passion for Christian education and embrace the mission of ICS to be a Christ-centered learning community that equips and inspires students to thrive in God’s world. We would desire applicants to have a current UT or ACSI teaching certificate. If you are interested, send a resume and faculty job application (CLICK HERE for application) to Nicole Stoddard at receptionist@slcics.org. For questions contact Nicole Stoddard at 801-365-0370.

PARENTS IN PRAYER
Thursdays 8:20 a.m. to 8:50 a.m. in the Teachers' Lounge. Please join other parents and grandparents in prayer for our school, students, faculty and staff. What a privilege!

COFFEE FELLOWSHIP
Meet with other parents and grandparents to chat and get to know one another. Tuesdays at 8:10 a.m. at Coffee and Cocoa down the hill.

ATHLETICS
CLICK HERE to find game schedules. Practices can be found on your Team Snap App.

 

February 27-March 3, 2017

UPCOMING DATES
March 5-10     HS Music Tour
March 27-31   Spring Break
March 10        End of 3rd Quarter- HALF DAY
April 18-24      Grades 2-10, ACT Aspire and Terra Nova Testing


BEYOND SIGHT MOVIE
The inspirational story of a boy born blind who dreamed of surfing. Our ICS Family is invited to watch BEYOND SIGHT, The Derek Rabelo Story.   Movie Trailer: www.beyondsightmovie.com

  • Tuesday April 4, 2017
  • Doors open 6pm - Free Raffle 6:15pm - Movie starts 6:30pm
  • Jim Santy Auditorium - Park City Library
  • 1255 Park Ave, Park City, UT 84060

SAVE THE DATE, FATHER DAUGHTER BALL
Friday, April 21st from 6:30-8:30pm. Father Daughter Ball for girls of all ages, high school down to preschool. Please plan on amazing night! More details coming soon.

MEET AN INVENTOR NIGHT
High School students are invited to attend the College of Engineering's Annual Meet an Inventor Night. They will have the opportunity to learn how faculty, students, and engineers solve everyday problems. This event will showcase student design projects, faculty research, research and development in industry, and a panel discussion on how to get your idea into the market. Students can register now!

Date: Thursday, March 9
Time: 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. (check-in begins at 6:30)
Location: Warnock Engineering Building
Contact: Morgan Boyack at morgan.boyack@utah.eduor at 801-581-4528

GRADES 2-10, STANDARDIZED TESTING, APRIL 18-24
ACT Aspire and TerraNova tests will be administered April 18-24. This is immediately after Easter break, so please plan to have your students in school those days. The tests are difficult to make-up if students miss a day. Students should come to school well rested, eat a healthy breakfast, bring a healthy snack, and bring #2 pencils.

1st GRADE NEWS
We are sad to announce that Mrs. Doust will not be returning to ICS next year. She has decided the commute from Tooele is too much for her family. ICS has been blessed by her service and she will be missed!

READ ACROSS AMERICA
Hopefully your child (1st-5thgrades) has been participating in this month’s reading competition. We are excited to announce that the prize for the class with the most reading minutes will get to go to Get Air Trampoline Park! The red calendars must be turned in with a parent’s signature by March 1st in order to count.

JOB OPENINGS
ICS is accepting applications for a full-time 1st grade teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Candidates should share our passion for Christian education and embrace the mission of ICS to be a Christ-centered learning community that equips and inspires students to thrive in God’s world. We would desire applicants to have a current UT or ACSI teaching certificate. If you are interested, send a resume and faculty job application (CLICK HERE) to Nicole Stoddard at receptionist@slcics.org. For questions contact Nicole Stoddard at 801-365-0370.

PARENTS IN PRAYER
Thursdays 8:20 a.m. to 8:50 a.m. in the Teachers' Lounge. Please join with other moms, dads and grandparents in prayer.

COFFEE FELLOWSHIP
Tuesdays at 8:10 a.m. at Coffee and Cocoa down the hill.

ATHLETICS

CLICK HERE to find game schedules. Practices can be found on your Team Snap App.

 

 

 

 

February 20-24, 2017

UPCOMING DATES
March 5-10           HS Music Tour
March 10              End of 3rd Quarter- HALF DAY
March 27-31        Spring Break


SPEECH AND DEBATE TEAM
The Speech & Debate team leapt into action at the Jaguar Joust this weekend. Sonya Wirkus and Cana Buckley closed out National Extemp with 1st and 2nd place respectively! Cana also took 2nd in Lincoln Douglas debate. Eric Henry & Tanner Lee posted a 5th place finish in Public Forum debate. The Lions are preparing for their Region and State tournaments in March. Go, Lions!

1st GRADE NEWS
We are sad to announce that Mrs. Doust will not be returning to ICS next year. She has decided the commute from Tooele is too much for her family. ICS has been blessed by her service and she will be missed!

READ ACROSS AMERICA
Hopefully your child (1st-5thgrades) has been participating in this month’s reading competition. We are excited to announce that the prize for the class with the most reading minutes will get to go to Get Air Trampoline Park! The red calendars must be turned in with a parent’s signature by March 1st in order to count.

ICS DANCE
ICS DANCE is looking for a couple of female high school students to help with the 1st-3rd grade dance team on Tuesdays from 3:10-4:20. The students will assist Mrs Lee by helping with small groups and class organization. It would be an 8 class commitment up to the performance in April. If you are interested contact Mrs Lee by email lee_j@slcics.org

JOB OPENINGS
ICS is accepting applications for a full-time 1st grade teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Candidates should share our passion for Christian education and embrace the mission of ICS to be a Christ-centered learning community that equips and inspires students to thrive in God’s world. We would desire applicants to have a current UT or ACSI teaching certificate. If you are interested, send a resume and faculty job application (CLICK HERE) to Nicole Stoddard at receptionist@slcics.org. For questions contact Nicole Stoddard at 801-365-0370.

MARCH HOT LUNCH ORDERS DUE FEB 28th
CLICK HERE for the form and return to the front office

PARENTS IN PRAYER
Thursdays 8:20 a.m. to 8:50 a.m. in the Teachers' Lounge
Please join with other moms, dads and grandparents in prayer.

COFFEE AND COCOA
Tuesdays at 8:10 a.m. at Coffee and Cocoa down the hill.

ATHLETICS
CLICK HERE to find game schedules. Practices can be found on your Team Snap App.

For Middle School Parents and Athletes:
Additional Information for the WAC Tournament tomorrow, Wednesday, February 22nd
• Grace and McGillis will be charging admission as follows:
   $2.00 Adult Admission
   $1.00 Student Admission

• B Team = WAC Tournament at Grace Lutheran vs. St. Josephs 5:00pm
                  (If they win 5:00pm game, they will play again at 7:00pm)
                  Grace Lutheran - 1815 E. 9800 South, Sandy

• C1 Team = WAC Tournament at McGillis vs. LCA 4:00pm
                     (If they win 4:00pm game, they will play again at 6:00pm)
                     McGillis - 668 S. 1300 E., Salt Lake City

Thursday, February 23rdGames are dependent on Wednesday Wins
• B Team = 4:00pm or 5:00pm at Grace Lutheran
• C1 Team = 4:00pm or  5:00pm at McGillis

 

 

 

 

February 13-17, 2017

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UPCOMING DATES
February 16      Parent-Teacher Conferences 3:30-7:00 p.m. all school levels
February 17      Parent-Teacher Conferences Elementary Only 1:00-3:00pm
                          Half Day for All School (Aftercare Available)
February 20      Presidents’ Day No School


*REMINDER*
This Friday is a Half Day for All School. Aftercare is still available, but please provide child with a lunch.
Monday, February 20th, NO SCHOOL in honor of Presidents’ Day

Parent Teacher Conferences
Elementary Conferences will be held on Thursday and Friday. Please sign up for your spot now
CLICK HERE for elementary conference sign-up
CLICK HERE for kindergarten sign-up 
CLICK HERE for preK 4 sign-up
CLICK HERE for preschool sign-up

Middle School and High School Conferences will be held on Thursday ONLY. This is on a drop in basis but we encourage you to sign up for ONE of the one and a half hour block sessions.
CLICK HERE for Middle School/HIgh School sign-up

ICS ART
Congratulations to the following elementary students and their parents for being selected to be in the Children’s Art Gallery, “Let Freedom Ring”: Sasha Cordona, Hannah Freeman, Aubrey Irvine, Vera Adema, Elaine and Todd Lundsford, Mariah and Melinda Benson, Dawson Hix, Kaylee Meixner, Josie Adema, Ashlyn Morton, Cristen Morton, Chase Ludlow, Olivia and Stephen Frazee, Amelia Adema, Grace and Romana Brown, Brianna Harris, Joshua and Dawn Zandberg, Ashlyn Taylor, Cadence Wolters, Briar and Brian Smith and Tyler Ludlow. Be sure to stop by the gallery to see some amazing art work!

READ ACROSS AMERICA
During the month of February, elementary students are encouraged to join in a healthy reading competition against the other elementary classes! The winning class will receive a special reward on Dr. Seuss's Birthday, March 2nd. PLease look for a red paper that is coming home. The paper will allow you to keep track of reading minutes for the month, and must be turned in with a parent's signature by March 1st in order to count.

FROM OUR LIBRARIAN
Has your Reading Streak blasted or trickled into February? As adults, we love being read to. Let me encourage you with some good news. Just a few days ago Audible, http://www.audible.com added The Little House on the Prairie series to its excellent selection of audio books. What family should be allowed to grow up together without sharing in the lives of Laura, Mary and their parents? Audio books may be one answer. And remember this important detail... when you learn how to listen to a story, you learn how to learn.

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
ICS chapter National Honor Society is accepting applications from current sophomores, juniors and seniors. Interested students can pick up an application from Mrs. Phinney and return it to her by Feb. 22nd. NHS is looking to acknowledge students who demonstrate strength in academics, leadership, service and character. Please let Mrs. Phinney know if you have any questions about the NHS.

ICS DANCE
ICS DANCE is looking for a couple of female high school students to help with the 1st-3rd grade dance team on Tuesdays from 3:10-4:20. The students will assist Mrs Lee by helping with small groups and class organization. It would be an 8 class commitment up to the performance in April. If you are interested contact Mrs Lee by email lee_j@slcics.org

DADDY/DAUGHTER DANCE
Looking for help in planning and organizing our up and coming Daddy/Daughter Dance.
Please contact Colleen Leonard at colleenandbrandon@yahoo.com.

Parents in Prayer-Thursdays 8:20 a.m. to 8:50 a.m. in the Teachers' Lounge
Please join with other moms, dads and grandparents in prayer.

Coffee and Cocoa
Tuesdays at 8:10 a.m. at Coffee and Cocoa down the hill.

ATHLETICS
CLICK HERE to find game schedules. Practices can be found on your Team Snap App.

 

February 6-10, 2017

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UPCOMING DATES
February 16           Parent-Teacher Conferences 3:30-7:00 p.m. all school levels

February 17           Parent-Teacher Conferences ECE and Elementary Only 1:00-3:00 p.m.,
                               Half Day for All School (Aftercare Available)

February 20           Presidents’ Day No School

PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES
Please make sure to sign up for your student's parent/teacher conference. Click on the appropriate link for your child's grade level.
PreSchool CLICK HERE
PreKindergarten CLICK HERE
Kindergarten CLICK HERE
First-Fifth Grades CLICK HERE

BEGG FAMILY UPDATE
As you may know, the Begg family had a fire at their house this weekend. We are grateful no one was injured and a lot of their belongings look to be salvageable. We appreciate all the people who are coming forth wanting to help them in some way. While there will likely be ways we can support them in the near future, for now all of their immediate needs are being taken care of. We will keep you posted as needs become known about ways you can help.

MIDDLE SCHOOL SPIRIT WEEK
Monday, February 6         PJ Day: Dress up in your comfiest loungewear or come straight out of bed!
Tuesday, February 7        Twin Day: Come as a twin or triplet with a friend or two. 
Wednesday, February 8   Mathlete vs Athlete: Nerd or Jock? You choose!
Thursday, February 9       Tacky Tourist Thursday: Come in your craziest tourist attire.
Friday, February 10          Spirit Day! Show your school spirit by dressing in as much ICS apparel as you want!
**Please note that dress code still needs to be followed with costumes (appropriate length, etc). However, hats, sunglasses and athletic wear are allowed for this special week!

SCRIP ORDER DUE THURS, FEB 9
Think of Valentines Day and we've got gift cards for you: See's Candy, Bath & Body Works, Barnes & Noble, Nordstrom/Nordstrom Rack, Restaurants.com. CLICK HERE to see all the gift card choices and enter your order there as well, or you can bring in a paper order (CLICK HERE) to the School Office by 9:30 a.m. Thursday, February 9th. Please bring all payments to the School Office for paper and online orders. Checks are made payable to ICS PTF. We cannot bill for Scrip through FACTS. Orders will be available for pickup in the School Office by 3:00 pm, Tuesday, Feb. 14th. Questions: contact Trina @ 801-949-9590 or via return email.

PTF DINNER NIGHT OUT
Monday, February 13, 5-9pm @ Freddy's  Steakburger in Draper
CLICK HERE to print the flyer. ICS gets 15% of the proceeds. Invite your friends too!

ICS DANCE
ICS DANCE is looking for a couple of female high school students to help with the 1st-3rd grade dance team on Tuesdays from 3:10-4:20. The students will assist Mrs Lee by helping with small groups and class organization. It would be an 8 class commitment up to the performance in April. If you are interested contact Mrs Lee by email lee_j@slcics.org

FROM OUR LIBRARIAN
How is your “Reading Streak” going? There is a link between reading aloud and school success established in science and research: the child who comes to school with a large vocabulary does better than the child who comes to school with little familiarity with words and a low vocabulary. Where are children going to be hearing the most words? The language in books is very rich and contains complete sentences. The language is more complicated and sophisticated.

READ ACROSS AMERICA DAY
During the month of February elementary students are encouraged to join in a healthy reading competition against the other elementary classes! The winning class will receive a special reward on Dr. Seuss's Birthday, March 2nd. Please look for a red flyer coming home that will allow you to keep track of reading minutes for the month and must be turned in with a parent's signature by March 1st in order to count.

VITAMIN UPDATE


A special thanks to all who participated in our December vitamin drive. This is one of the children who came into the medical clinic and received vitamins. ICS was able to equip them with a 6 month supply!

PRACTICE ACT
All ICS sophomores and juniors will take a practice ACT on Wednesday Feb. 8th during the school day. Sophomores and juniors will attend their first block and chapel and then the ACT will begin (their classes will be cancelled). They will finish about 3:15. A short lunch break will be provided.
If desired, students will be able to receive 2 hours of personalized tutoring and a consultation based on their testing for $80 at After Class Tutoring in Draper (801-878-4105). This is a special discount for ICS students. Questions can be directed to Mrs. Phinney at 801-365-0369 or phinney_m@slcics.org

HOMECOMING RECAP

CONGRATS to the 2017 Mr. ICS, Sophomore Kohwan Begg. Homecoming Week festivities came to a close Saturday night at the High School Homecoming Dance. Both girls and boys teams had a full week of basketball games. The Alumni Dinner Friday night was a huge success with almost 40 alums present, reminiscing and enjoying the wonderful things going on here at ICS. 

PNO
Mark your calendars for Valentine’s Day PNO, Friday, February 10th.

Parents in Prayer-Thursdays 8:20 a.m. to 8:50 a.m. in the Teachers' Lounge
Please join with other moms, dads and grandparents in prayer.

Coffee and Cocoa
Tuesdays at 8:10 a.m. at Coffee and Cocoa down the hill.

ATHLETICS
CLICK HERE for the Google Athletic Calendar. Practices can be found on your Team Snap App. You can also access team schedules by CLICKING HERE for Middle School and HERE for High School.

 

January 30-February 3, 2017

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UPCOMING DATES
February 3                     HALF DAY, Teacher In-Service

February 16                   Parent-Teacher Conferences 3:30-7:00 p.m. all school levels

February 17                   Parent-Teacher Conferences Elementary Only 1:00-3:00 p.m.,
                                      Half Day for All School (Aftercare Available)

February 20                   Presidents’ Day - No School


HOMECOMING WEEK
We're rolling out the red carpet next week for all alumni. But the ENTIRE ICS community is invited to participate in many fun events! Come show your Lion Pride!
Mon, Jan 30th         Mr. ICS Pageant at 6:30pm. Chick-Fil-A sandwiches and nuggets available
                                for sale at 5:30pm. Entry to the pageant-$1 each.
Tues, Jan 31st         Movie Night and Open Gym @ICS at 7:45pm--Movie "Princess Bride"
Wed, Feb 1st           Boys Basketball vs Merit (4pm- Frosh, 5:30pm – JV, 7pm – Varsity)
Thurs, Feb 2nd       Girls Basketball vs Merit (4pm – Frosh vs Cyprus, 5:30pm- JV, 7pm – Varsity)
Fri, Feb 3rd             FREE Alumni BBQ Dinner (Alumni, CLICK HERE to register)
Fri, Feb 3rd             ALL SCHOOL Spirit Day - wear your ICS Spirit Wear, see Roar Store hours below
                                Boys Basketball vs Mt Vernon (5:30pm – JV, 7pm – Varsity)
Sat, Feb 4th            HS Homecoming Dance

Mr. ICS
This Monday night at 6:30, we'll be hosting the 3rd Annual Mr. ICS pageant here in the ICS gym. We hope you'll come! Admission is just $1 and we'll have Chick-fil-A dinners and desserts for sale beginning at 5:30 in the lobby. A meal is $5 with yummy desserts available as well. Bring the whole family and enjoy dinner and a show. We think you'll be glad you did!

ROAR STORE - GET YOUR SPIRIT WEAR NOW!
You will want to be sporting your ICS Spirit Wear to support our Lady Lions and Lions Basketball teams as they battle Merit Academy and Mt Vernon Academy in their Homecoming games on Feb 1st, 2nd and 3rd. 
Store Hours:
Monday, January 30th     7:45am-8:30am
                                        5:30pm-6:30pm (before the Mr ICS Pageant) 

Elementary Art Gallery
The Elementary Art Department is sending out a new challenge… “Let Freedom Ring”. Students and parents are asked to work together to create a piece that expresses “what FREEDOM means to them”. The artists are encouraged to use various mediums and techniques that would express the theme in a creative way. Compositions can be created on paper or canvas. Sizes are 8x10 up to 11x12. Please turn in your art work to Mrs. Lee by Thursday, February 2nd. Pieces to be displayed in the Gallery will be selected from the entries. Contest is for Preschool – 5 Grades. For questions contact Mrs. Lee at lee_j@slcics.org

Hot Lunch
We are not yet ready to begin online lunch orders like we had hoped. Please go ahead and order as usual, and we will let you know when on-line ordering becomes available. CLICK HERE for the February order form.

PNO
Mark your calendars for Valentine’s Day PNO, Friday, February 10th.

Valentine Grams
Deadline Feb 3rd. CLICK HERE to download your form. You can turn in your forms and pay at the HS/MS Office.

Parents in Prayer-Thursdays 8:20 a.m. to 8:50 a.m. in the Teachers' Lounge
Please join with other moms, dads and grandparents in prayer.

Coffee and Cocoa
Tuesdays at 8:10 a.m. at Coffee and Cocoa down the hill.

ATHLETICS
Games schedules can be found on the google/website calendar (CLICK HERE) and practices can be found on your Team Snap App.

 

 

January 23– January 27, 2017

WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENTS

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UPCOMING DATES         
January 30                  Mr. ICS Pageant, 6:30
February 3                  HALF DAY, Teacher In-Service
February 16                Parent-Teacher Conferences 3:30-7:00 p.m. all school levels
February 17                Parent-Teacher Conferences Elementary Only 1:00-3:00 p.m.
                                   Half Day for All School (Aftercare Available)
February 20                Presidents’ Day No School

ADMISSIONS OPEN HOUSE - SAT, JANUARY 28th, 10am-12noon
At this admissions event, campus tours will be given. Administration and key faculty will be available to answer questions in a more casual round table type setting. CLICK HERE to register.

HOMECOMING WEEK
We're rolling out the red carpet next week for all alumni. But the ENTIRE ICS community is invited to participate in many fun events! Come show your Lion Pride!
Mon, Jan 30th        Mr. ICS Pageant at 6:30pm. Chick-Fil-A sandwiches and nuggets available
                                for sale at 5:30pm. Entry to the pageant-$1 each.
Wed, Feb 1st          Boys Basketball vs Merit (4pm- Frosh, 5:30pm – JV, 7pm – Varsity)
Thurs, Feb 2nd      Girls Basketball vs Merit (4pm – Frosh vs Cyprus, 5:30pm- JV, 7pm – Varsity)
Fri, Feb 3rd            FREE Alumni BBQ Dinner (Alumni, CLICK HERE to register)
Fri, Feb 3rd            ALL SCHOOL Spirit Day - wear your ICS Spirit Wear, see Roar Store hours below
                                Boys Basketball vs Mt Vernon (5:30pm – JV, 7pm – Varsity)
Sat, Feb 4th           HS Homecoming Dance

ROAR STORE - GET YOUR SPIRIT WEAR NOW!
You will want to be sporting your ICS Spirit Wear to support our Lady Lions and Lions Basketball teams as they battle Merit Academy and Mt Vernon Academy in their Homecoming games on Feb 1st, 2nd and 3rd. 
Store Hours:
Friday, January 27th        7:45am-8:30am
Monday, January 30th     7:45am-8:30am
                                        5:30pm-6:30pm (before the Mr ICS Pageant) 

Elementary Art Gallery
The Elementary Art Department is sending out a new challenge… “Let Freedom Ring”. Students and parents are asked to work together to create a piece that expresses “what FREEDOM means to them”. The artists are encouraged to use various mediums and techniques that would express the theme in a creative way. Compositions can be created on paper or canvas. Sizes are 8x10 up to 11x12. Please turn in your art work to Mrs. Lee by Thursday, February 2nd. Pieces to be displayed in the Gallery will be selected from the entries. Contest is for Preschool – 5 Grades. For questions contact Mrs. Lee at lee_j@slcics.org

ICS Dance Begins Spring Semester Classes
Classes begin Tuesday, January 24th for 1st-3rd grades and Thursday, January 26th for 4th-6th grades.
Class times: 3:20-4:10 in the library. A $20 fee will be charged to FACTS along with a costume expense TBA. Performances will be off campus at Eastmont Elementary: 4th-6th will perform on Friday, April 28th at 7:00 p.m. and 1st-3rd will perform on Saturday, April 29th at 1:00 p.m. There will be a mandatory rehearsal on Tuesday, April 25th at Eastmont: 1st-3rd will be 4:00-4:30 and 4th-6th will be 4:30-5:00. ICS Dance will be performing prior to the High School presentation of Hello Dolly. Please read attachment for more information and for registration form. Next week following dance rehearsals there will be a brief parent meeting to go over the happenings for this semester. We will also be asking for your daughter’s dress size for costume. CLICK HERE for the registration form and detailed information on Hello Dolly performance requirements. Registration for classes will be closed after first week of class. Contact Mrs Lee for more info at lee_j@slcics.org.

Note from our Librarian
If you’ve begun your 2017 “Reading Streak” I encourage you to keep going. If you’ve not yet begun, start today! Alice Ozma, author of the The Reading Promise says, “The books are important, but the conversations they started and the bonds they created are what really matter.” Enjoy some “bonding” time today! 
CLICK HERE to check out what Dr. James Dobson has to say about reading aloud.

Hot Lunch
A few things clarify about hot lunch.  Fridays Mr. Glen now has off and the Junior class will be serving us pizza. This purchase for elementary is still made through lunch forms. For MS/HS cash can be brought on Fridays and purchased at that time.  In addition to this change there will also no longer be breakfast served on Fridays.

Valentine Grams
Deadline Feb 3rd. CLICK HERE for your copy of a Valentine Gram. Return to the MS/HS Office.

Parents in Prayer-Thursdays 8:20 a.m. to 8:50 a.m. in the Teachers' Lounge 
Please join with other moms, dads and grandparents in prayer.

Coffee and Cocoa
Tuesdays at 8:10 a.m. at Coffee and Cocoa down the hill.

ATHLETICS
Games schedules can be found on the google/website calendar (CLICK HERE) and practices can be found on your Team Snap App.