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Students at IAA expand their learning through art, music and physical education classes to be well-rounded students as they prepare for Middle School. Visit our class pages to learn more about student learning and projects.
- Arts Integration Coach | Ms. Emily Titterton
- Art Teacher | Ms. Christine Princi
- Music | Mr. Bill Myregaard
- Visual Art | Ms. Christine Princi
- Drama | Ms. Piper Orwig
- Physical Education/Movement | Ms. Molly Prufer
- Library | Ms. Jen Peake
The Integrated Arts Library serves a population of 290 students and a staff of 50+. Students may visit the Library to select materials appropriate to class assignments and to support personal interests and independent learning. The Integrated Arts Academy has a collection of approximately 25,000 items, wifi access, and a growing collection of electronic tools and resources, including iPads, netbooks, mp3 players. and maker tools such as LittleBits, Squishy Circuits, EV3 Mindstorm robotics, and more.
The mission of the library is to ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information. Simply put, we want to help our students: Think, Create, Share and Grow. We strive to create an inviting learning environment that inspires and honors curiosity, creativity, and collaboration. In partnership with students and staff, we recognize reading as a “window to the world,” the foundation for students to become skilled in multiple literacies. We strive to ensure that students become successful lifelong learners. Come “check us out”…
School Nurse Ali Wasko RN is available Monday – Friday during school hours. She supports student success by providing health care through assessment, intervention and follow up for children within the school setting. The School Nurse works with students, families, staff, medical providers and other community resources to support the physical, mental, emotional and social health needs of all the children in their learning process. Nurse Ali can be contacted at 865-4172 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Top 5 Reasons to Keep you Child Home From School
- Fever – Your child should be fever free for 24 hours, without the use of fever reducing medication, before returning to school.
- Vomiting – In the case of illness, your child should be free from vomiting for 24 hours before returning to school.
- Diarrhea – In the case of illness, your child should be free from diarrhea for 24 hours before returning to school.
- Cough – If your child has a severe or persistent cough that is keeping them from sleeping at night or would significantly impact their classroom learning, please keep them home until improved.
- Antibiotics – If your child is taking antibiotics for a condition or illness that is contagious and could be spread to others, it is generally recommended that your child stay home from school for 24 hours after starting antibiotics. Other situations may apply, check with your child’s doctor for their recommendation.
Our team prepare nutritious school meals daily for our IAA students. Visit our District School Food Project Website to learn more about food at school.