Please join us in the MPR for Scheduling Night, Monday, 5/1 between 5 - 7 p.m. If you have already turned in your class selection you do not need to attend. If you can't attend please select your CLASSES today.
If your MCHS student will be gone during finals, please contact the office with the dates you will be gone.
If your ICS student has misplaced an item of clothing, it may have turned up and placed in our warm-up room by the recess doors. All ICS lost and found items will be donated on Friday, May 5th.
Rent a space in the heart of Fairbanks and sell your excess items! our fabulous PTO is hosting a Garage Sale-
Where: Catholic Schools of Fairbanks
When: May 6th, 9 - 3:00 p.m.
If you are going to rent spot please fill out the PTO Yard Sale Waiver.
Come and support our ICS students as they compete in the District Wide Speech Contest being held
May 6th, 9:00 a.m. at Anne Wien.
Thank you to our "Sunshine Greeters" this week:
Senior finals will begin on May 4, and with the order to follow:
My Student of the Week is Silas Hughes. I had never met Silas before I started teaching Junior High Social Studies this semester. I remember my first impressions were that I was going to have some challenging days with Silas. I have seen growth and maturity in this young man and must confess that Silas has become one of my most productive students in both my US History and Geography classes. Silas has improved his grades each quarter of this year in History. He started out the year as an average student but now has a 97% in History and 101% in Geography. He not only has improved his grade but has helped other students to be more on task and attentive during class. I appreciate the fact that Silas comes to class each day with a good attitude and a smile on his face. Silas has a good sense of humor and shares it with his classmates readily. But he has the good sense to know when its time to work and when its time to play. I appreciate the effort Silas has made to be a better student. I hope that he continues to be a good friend to his classmates and hone his leadership skills in the classroom and on the ice.
Keep up the good work!