Student teachers are settling in at IHS

By KRISTEN KELLY Hey IHS students and staff! Have you met the 2022-2023 student teachers? If not, here’s the place to get to know and welcome them. IHS students are so grateful for their time spent with us to learn and teach, and let’s not forget about the teachers taking time out of their busy […]

Cheerleading season begins at IHS

IHS cheerleading officially started on August 15, 2022. The cheerleaders cheer at IHS football games during the fall sports season. Captains this year are seniors Nadia Goodyear, Charlotte Camp, and Audrea Barbara.  In order for the team to be effective, everyone has to contribute. Goodyear comments on the potential of the team saying, “The capability […]

Smart Science Teachers

By CYDNE WHITE In keeping with the “theme” of my past articles on IHS teachers, I have decided to ask Science teachers some questions because Science teachers are really important in students’ lives.  And since all the science teachers teach their classes so I figured why not get to know them better.  And maybe in […]

IHS AMBASSADORS

By ELLA MOSCO The IHS AMBASSADORS are a vital group in our school. Every year the Ambassadors reach out to teachers for recommendations of students that have the potential to become an ambassador. From there the students who were recommended, receive an email to let them know that they were recommended to be an ambassador […]

New Club Takes On Spirit Week

By JENNY TODD Student Advisory Council is a new club at IHS this year. They have been observing and watching how things run at IHS and wanted to make a difference. For it being their first year and getting a late start the SAC has already started and accomplished such great things. They had a […]

Gas Prices Are Through The Roof: Here’s Why

By AMARA MOORE Gas Prices in America and all over the world have been shooting through the roof lately. Many Americans blame President Biden for the ridiculous increase from around three and a half dollars to over five. It’s a worldwide issue that has affected everyone and here’s the cause. Russia has been at odds […]

Geeky greetings take over the first week of May

By VICTORIA GALLAGHER The First Week of May obviously contains the dates May the 4th and May the 5th and as many know, these two days have grown to great renown for nerds and non-nerds, but does anyone know the significance of those days? On May the 4th it is common to now hear “May […]

Me Too: Sexual Assault Awareness Month

By AMARA MOORE April is recognized as Sexual Assualt Awareness Month (SAAM) an important month to acknowledge victims who’ve had the unpleasantry to experience such a trauma. Since the beginning of time, sexual assault has been a thing, whether you choose to acknowledge it or not. It’s very important to be aware that not everyone […]

Amazing Art Teachers at IHS

By CYDNE WHITE Not very many people say art is easy.  Some teachers that aren’t even an art teacher say that art is easy, but it’s not.   What is your favorite thing about art? Mrs. Porter- “My favorite thing is definitely clay. Every kid has played with and usually loves play-doh, or mud, or salt […]