ILCS Photo Page ii 08/09

Celebrating Traditions at ILCS

Swing your partners January 27, 2009

Filed under: beyond,classroom,fun,Hands-on,Learning — ilcsphotopage @ 1:01 pm

Students get a healthy dose or do-si-do of square dancing in physical education.

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Filed under: beyond,computers,Elementary,Hands-on,Learning,School,students,Technology — ilcsphotopage @ 12:44 pm

Students use the accelerated quizzes to test their reading comprehension, that is why the teachers use the software, the student do it because computers are fun.

 

Angles and Angels January 22, 2009

Filed under: Art,fun,Hands-on,High School,ILCS,Learning,Specials,students — ilcsphotopage @ 5:32 pm

Students in the Digital Art Class are often found roaming the school looking for interesting compositions and angles. They say the devil is in the details, but only art can be made by angels

 

Beyond High School January 19, 2009

Filed under: Basketball,beyond,Sports — ilcsphotopage @ 3:39 pm

Alumnus — Cassandra Mitchell — is now a starting guard/forward with the North Country Community College Saints in Saranac Lake. After a long absence, this is the first year that NCCC has had a division III women’s basketball team.

 

Web site down January 16, 2009

Filed under: Uncategorized — ilcsphotopage @ 9:34 am

The page is up and running

Unforntuately the website that houses the Indian Lake Central School Web Site is having difficulties.

Activities Schedule

School Board
Agenda 1/20/09

 

Of the Gods January 15, 2009

Filed under: beyond,classroom,food,fun,Hands-on,Learning — ilcsphotopage @ 10:01 am

Ms. Brand’s Food and Nutrition Class have a dinner at the end of the quarter that is the students final project. The class picks a theme and provides a meal for friends and family of the students. This dinner had a Roman theme — Toga’s, grapes, columns, laurel head dresses and more.

 

Future lifesavers January 13, 2009

Filed under: beyond,classroom,Hands-on,Learning — ilcsphotopage @ 10:08 am

To have a health school, it is good to have people (including students) able to do C.P.R.