Announcements week of 9/19- 9/23

MONDAY ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Driver Ed (9/19)

The next Driver Ed. session will began on Saturday , Oct. 22 to Oct. 29. You can now preregister for any session for this school year. The limit is still 32 students per session. This first session filled up a week and a half before the deadline. Call Kara Martin at the Moon Valley bookstore at (623) 915-8019 if you any questions and want to preregister by mail.Go to the Moon Valley school website under Parents/Students to get the information on the sessions. Registration for the Oct. session needs to be completed by Wed. , Oct. 19 if there still any spaces left.
Bookstore (Holt; 9/19- 9/23)

Information:  The following books will be available for purchase in the bookstore:

Night $7.00, Crucible, $9.00, The color of Water $10.00, The Handmaid’s Tale $8.00, The Great Gatsby $10.00, The Great Expectations $5.50, Othello $2.50, and the Invisible Man $9.50…..LIMITED SUPPLY WHEN THERE GONE THEY ARE GONE.

Cafeteria (Wimer; 9/8- 9/20) 

Just a reminder your need to fill out a new School Lunch Application Each Year. 

If you received program benefits last year, the benefits carry over for the first 30 day of the new school year. September 19 will be the last day you will be able to use that account.

Any student who has not turned in a NEW application by September 19th will be required to PAY full price for meals until a new application is filled out, received, approved and processed.  It can take up to 10 days for processing….

STUCO Blood Drive (Marshall; 9/9- 9/20)

Want to save a life or two? Donate blood at the Blood Drive on September 23rd. Please see a STUCO member or Ms. Marshall in B20 to get a registration form.

Sign up today and save a life!

Media Center (Ehrick; 9/19)

Attention IHS students and teachers,

Do you need a Glendale public library card? Did your library card expire? Well, you are in luck. Tomorrow, stop in the media center to get your public library card today.  A representative from Glendale Library will be here to help you from 11 AM-3:30 PM. Teachers can also get library cards for working in Glendale even if they live in a different city. See Mrs. Ehrick for more details!

(Ms. Waltenburg, Ms. D; 9/19)

L-G-B-T-Q Students don’t feel like you are alone! Talk to Ms W in R-27 or Ms D in Room 233 about a support club for you!

Shane’s Rib Shack (Marshall; 9/19)

Everybody love Barbeque and Shane’s Rib Shack will be here every Monday to bring you’re their tasty barbeque. You will have the option to purchase a shredded barbeque sandwich or buffalo chicken strips with chips for $5.00.

 

 

TUESDAY ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Driver Ed (9/20)

The next Driver Ed. session will began on Saturday, Oct. 22 to Oct. 29. You can now preregister for any session for this school year. The limit is still 32 students per session. This first session filled up a week and a half before the deadline. Call Kara Martin at the Moon Valley bookstore at (623) 915-8019 if you any questions and want to preregister by mail.Go to the Moon Valley school website under Parents/Students to get the information on the sessions. Registration for the Oct. session needs to be completed by Wed. , Oct. 19 if there still any spaces left.
Bookstore (Holt; 9/19- 9/23)

Information:  The following books will be available for purchase in the bookstore:

Night $7.00, Crucible, $9.00, The color of Water $10.00, The Handmaid’s Tale $8.00, The Great Gatsby $10.00, The Great Expectations $5.50, Othello $2.50, and the Invisible Man $9.50…..LIMITED SUPPLY WHEN THERE GONE THEY ARE GONE.

Cafeteria (Wimer; 9/8- 9/20) 

Just a reminder your need to fill out a new School Lunch Application Each Year. 

If you received program benefits last year, the benefits carry over for the first 30 day of the new school year. September 19 will be the last day you will be able to use that account.

Any student who has not turned in a NEW application by September 19th will be required to PAY full price for meals until a new application is filled out, received, approved and processed.  It can take up to 10 days for processing….

STUCO Blood Drive (Marshall; 9/9- 9/20)

Want to save a life or two? Donate blood at the Blood Drive on September 23rd. Please see a STUCO member or Ms. Marshall in B20 to get a registration form.

Sign up today and save a life!

Media Center (Ehrick; 9/20)

Attention IHS students and teachers,

Do you need a Glendale public library card? Did your library card expire? Well, you are in luck. TODAY, stop in the media center to get your public library card today.  A representative from Glendale Library will be here to help you from 11 AM-3:30 PM. Teachers can also get library cards for working in Glendale even if they live in a different city. See Mrs. Ehrick for more details!

Culinary (D. Snyder, 9/20)

The smoothie flavors for this week are Horchata and Iced Mocha. They are $2.00 each in the Pit Stop during both lunches on Tuesday and Thursday.

Key Club (Pampel; 9/19- 9/21)

Attention Key Club members, Wednesday, September 21st is the final day to turn in money for shirts and memberships/ dues. Stop by room Mr. Pampel’s room, room R- 14, before or after school prior to Wednesday, to get that submitted or if you have any questions.

Girls Basketball (L. Gardner, 9/20)

There will be a mandatory meeting for all girls interested in playing basketball on Thursday at 2:45 in the main gym.  If you are not available to attend the meeting please see Coach Gardner on Friday to receive the information.  

 

WEDNESDAY ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Driver Ed (9/21)

The next Driver Ed. session will begin on Saturday, Oct. 22 to Oct. 29. You can now preregister for any session for this school year. The limit is still 32 students per session. This first session filled up a week and a half before the deadline. Call Kara Martin at the Moon Valley bookstore at (623) 915-8019 if you any questions and want to preregister by mail.Go to the Moon Valley school website under Parents/Students to get the information on the sessions. Registration for the Oct. session needs to be completed by Wed., Oct. 19 if there still any spaces left.
Bookstore (Holt; 9/19- 9/23)

Information:  The following books will be available for purchase in the bookstore:

Night $7.00, Crucible, $9.00, The color of Water $10.00, The Handmaid’s Tale $8.00, The Great Gatsby $10.00, The Great Expectations $5.50, Othello $2.50, and the Invisible Man $9.50…..LIMITED SUPPLY WHEN THERE GONE THEY ARE GONE.

Key Club (Pampel; 9/19- 9/21)

Attention Key Club members, Wednesday, September 21st is the final day to turn in money for shirts and memberships/ dues. Stop by room Mr. Pampel’s room, room R- 14, before or after school prior to Wednesday, to get that submitted or if you have any questions.

Girls Basketball (L. Gardner, 9/21)

There will be a mandatory meeting for all girls interested in playing basketball on Thursday at 2:45 in the main gym.  If you are not available to attend the meeting, please see Coach Gardner on Friday to receive theinformation.  

Girls Soccer (Monaghan; 9/21)

Attention all girls interested in playing soccer.  There will be a girls’ soccer meeting on Friday 9-23 in room 211 Ms. Monaghan’s room to discuss open field.  If you are planning on playing Girls soccer, please attend the meeting.  Again this is for all girls interested in playing girls soccer.

Culinary (D. Snyder, 9/21)

The smoothie flavors for this week are Horchata and Iced Mocha. They are $2.00 each in the Pit Stop during both lunches on Tuesday and Thursday. 

 

 

THURSDAY ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Driver Ed (9/22)

The next Driver Ed. session will begin on Saturday, Oct. 22 to Oct. 29. You can now preregister for any session for this school year. The limit is still 32 students per session. This first session filled up a week and a half before the deadline. Call Kara Martin at the Moon Valley bookstore at (623) 915-8019 if you any questions and want to preregister by mail.Go to the Moon Valley school website under Parents/Students to get the information on the sessions. Registration for the Oct. session needs to be completed by Wed., Oct. 19 if there still any spaces left.
Bookstore (Holt; 9/19- 9/23)

Information:  The following books will be available for purchase in the bookstore:

Night $7.00, Crucible, $9.00, The color of Water $10.00, The Handmaid’s Tale $8.00, The Great Gatsby $10.00, The Great Expectations $5.50, Othello $2.50, and the Invisible Man $9.50…..LIMITED SUPPLY WHEN THERE GONE THEY ARE GONE.

Girls Basketball (L. Gardner, 9/22)

There will be a mandatory meeting for all girls interested in playing basketball on Thursday at 2:45 in the main gym.  If you are not available to attend the meeting, please see Coach Gardner on Friday to receive the information.  

Girls Soccer (Monaghan; 9/22)

Attention all girls interested in playing soccer.  There will be a girls’ soccer meeting on Friday 9-23 in room 211 Ms. Monaghan’s room to discuss open field.  If you are planning on playing Girls soccer, please attend the meeting.  Again this is for all girls interested in playing girls soccer.

Culinary (D. Snyder, 9/22)

The smoothie flavors for this week are Horchata and Iced Mocha. They are $2.00 each in the Pit Stop during both lunches on Tuesday and Thursday.

Cross Country (Groseta; 9/22)

The Cross country team was back at it again with an impressive victory against district rivals Greenway and Sunnyslope!  This continues their undefeated streak and their march to a district championship! Great job cross country!

Key Club (Pampel; 9/22)

Attention Patriots! Key Club recommends that you and your family spend your weekend at Castles N’ Coasters for FREE!! Bring 10 nonperishable food items (per-person) to the Castles N’ Coasters parking lot, located in the Metro Parkways area, to donate towards the ST. Mary’s Food Bank, this Saturday, the 24th, from 12 pm to 6 pm to receive a bronze pass to get on rides at no cost.

Badminton (L. Cass; 9/22)

Both JV and Varsity badminton played excellent yesterday beating Carl Hayden 9-0, 9-0! 
Varsity Badminton is currently a top 10 ranked team in the state!
Let's go badminton!

 

 

FRIDAY ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Driver Ed (9/23)

The next Driver Ed. session will begin on Saturday, Oct. 22 to Oct. 29. You can now preregister for any session for this school year. The limit is still 32 students per session. This first session filled up a week and a half before the deadline. Call Kara Martin at the Moon Valley bookstore at (623) 915-8019 if you any questions and want to preregister by mail.Go to the Moon Valley school website under Parents/Students to get the information on the sessions. Registration for the Oct. session needs to be completed by Wed., Oct. 19 if there still any spaces left.
Bookstore (Holt; 9/19- 9/23)

Information:  The following books will be available for purchase in the bookstore:

Night $7.00, Crucible, $9.00, The color of Water $10.00, The Handmaid’s Tale $8.00, The Great Gatsby $10.00, The Great Expectations $5.50, Othello $2.50, and the Invisible Man $9.50…..LIMITED SUPPLY WHEN THERE GONE THEY ARE GONE.

Girls Soccer (Monaghan; 9/23)

Attention all girls interested in playing soccer.  There will be a girls’ soccer meeting on Friday 9-23 in room 211 Ms. Monaghan’s room to discuss open field.  If you are planning on playing Girls soccer, please attend the meeting.  Again this is for all girls interested in playing girls soccer.

Key Club (Pampel; 9/23)

Attention Patriots! Key Club recommends that you and your family spend your weekend at Castles N’ Coasters for FREE!! Bring 10 nonperishable food items (per-person) to the Castles N’ Coasters parking lot, located in the Metro Parkways area, to donate towards the ST. Mary’s Food Bank, this Saturday, the 24th, from 12 pm to 6 pm to receive a bronze pass to get on rides at no cost.

ACE program (T.Starr ; 9/23)

Sophomores:  Are you interested in earning college credit while you are still in high school?  Glendale Community College has the ACE program where you go to college and high school at the same time.  An ACE representative will be at the Career Center today during both lunches.  Stop by to find out how you can apply for the ACE program

Chipotle Night Fundraiser (McMahon; 9/23)

 “DO YOU LOVE CHIPOTLE!? Come out next Tuesday night and support your Varsity Spiritline while eating a tasty burrito. Mention the IHS Spiritline at the Chipotle at Westgate next Tuesday to help support your cheerleaders. You can even win a free Chipotle giftcard!! Bring you Chipotle receipt to Ms. McMan in room B25 to enter to win your free giftcard after the fundraiser. Thank you for supporting your Independence Spiritline!!"

Free Heart Screening (Fitzgerald; 9/23)

Anthony Bates Foundation is sponsoring a FREE heart-screening event in our area.  Anthony was a 20-year-old football player at Kansas State University when he died unexpectedly from an enlarged heart, the leading killer of young athletes.  Early detection could have prevented his death, but although he had over 25 pre-participation physicals, heart exams were not required. 

 The Anthony Bates Foundation and 100+ Women Who Care are hosting a free heart-screening event Saturday October 1st, 2016 at Peoria High School from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Doctors will perform for free the normally $1,250 echocardiogram, a $500 Electrocardiogram (EKG) with a physician review.  A tax deductible donation of $40 helps ensure this program continues for Arizona families, but is not required.

Varsity Volleyball (Monaghan; 9/23)

Congrats to the varsity Volleyball team. Pulled off an amazing win last night against the Falcons of Carl Hayden. The fans rallied around them and cheered them to victory. Great work ladies keep fighting.

Swim and dive (Hallum; 9/23)

The swim and dive team had a great meet yesterday, with both the boys and girls teams winning against Saint Mary's and Moon Valley.  

Alex Hernandez took first in the 200, Elijah Arrieta came in second in both the 100 butterfly and the 50 freestyle, Daniel Huynh and Jason Morales finished 1-2 in the 100 freestyle, Kevin Hernandez finished second in the 500 freestyle and Ricardo "Speedy" Sanchez took first place in both of his races the 200 Medley and the 100 backstroke. 

Nathalie Ortiz finished first in the 200 freestyle, Fernanda Rojas was first in the 200 Medley and then second in the 500 freestyle, Maria Coronado was first in the 50 freestyle and then second in the 100 butterfly, Diana Lopez overcame an injury to take first in the 100 backstroke and Jessica Urias took second in the 100 breaststroke.  

Come out and support the Patriots next Thursday as we take on the Glendale Cardinals