MARK YOUR CALENDAR – RISE ASSEMBLY NEXT FRIDAY, MAY 6TH @11:30AM
RISE ASSEMBLY ZOOM LINK: http://RISE ASSEMBLY ZOOM LINK: https://icademyglobal.zoom.us/j/99378266093
As the snow melts and nature begins to bloom, we at iCademy would like to take the time to help preserve and protect the Earth around us. This week (5/2 – 5/6) we challenge you look around your home, yard, and parks to find litter that might be impacting the environment.
Collect the litter AND/OR gather recycling materials around your home, send a picture to your mentor by Thursday, May 5th at 3:30 PM, and you will be entered into a drawing for a special RISE Prize. Winners will be drawn at our RISE: Stewardship assembly on Friday, May 6th at 11:30 AM. We look forward to seeing the positive impact you bring to the world and those around you!
SOLE SISTERS FOOD DRIVE
Our Sole Sisters running club is hosting a food drive to support Hand2Hand. Hand2Hand delivers nutritious food to students over the weekends and on extended school breaks by mobilizing churches, schools, individuals, and businesses to join together, providing hope and opportunity to thrive.
We will be collecting food items from
April 28-May 6.
The class that collects the most food will get a popsicle party.
The food items that we are collecting are…
•GoGo squeeze yogurts
•Applesauce cups OR fruit cups
• Kellogg’s breakfast bites OR breakfast bars
If you would like to shop on Amazon and have your donation sent directly to the school we have created a list. (If you use this option please try to include your child’s name and their school)
Thank you for supporting the Sole Sisters Food Drive
MAY LUNCH MENU
SENIORS – DEVICE RETURN INFORMATION
Please feel free to come to campus during one of the dates and times listed below to turn in the school laptop/charger and/or MIFI/charger. If you live over 1 hour away, please contact email@example.com for assistance with alternate arrangements.
- May 1st – May 30th (closed on the 23rd) 7:00-11:00, 12:00-3:00 Monday – Friday
- Week of May 30th – Break week Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment
- Week of June 6th (closed on the 8th) 7:00-11:00 or 12:00-3:00pm
Upon arrival at the building please check-in at the front desk in the lobby and you will be directed to device return.
CALENDAR FOR THE 22/23 SCHOOL YEAR
ORDER YOUR ICADEMY YEARBOOK, NOW – ORDERS/PAYMENT DUE MAY 16TH
Our Yearbook Club has been hard at work capturing all sorts of memories from this year at iCademy. You may order your hardcover yearbook for $20.52! Please visit the link, below to place your order and select your method of payment.
CLASSROOM & DAYCARE HELP NEEDED
Are you looking for a part-time job for one day or maybe two or three a week, sometimes? Do you enjoy working with children? Are you available from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm on a school day? We are looking for parents who can help be substitute teachers in our classrooms at Innocademy. When they are out, teachers leave a detailed schedule and lesson plans for a substitute to follow, easily, so students can continue their learning.
We also have an opening for someone to help in our staff daycare, if you’d rather work with young children from 3 months – 4 years old, instead. If you would like to learn more about either one of these positions, please reach out to Jessenia.email@example.com.
COUNSELING INFORMATION FROM MS. LAURA
It is scheduling time! One of my favorite parts of the year because I get to meet individually with students to have a look at credits earned this year, and what next year’s courses will look like. In these meetings, we discuss interests, post-secondary plans, and the classes/opportunities we can weave into your schedule that will be best for you. Please make an appointment here.
Thinking of opportunities, this week in seminar I shared some spring and summer job and learning opportunities available to students. These are just a drop in the bucket – there are many more out there! I encourage you to check these out as a family.
Future Prep’d IChallengeU is a 2-week Design Thinking Challenge through CTC. You would meet at a business each day from 8:30am-3pm Monday to Thursday and 8:30am-11am on Fridays to solve a challenge. Working with other students, you would follow our Design Thinking Model, the Creative Sequence, and come up with a real solution for the business. We provide all your meals, snacks, and supplies. Also, you have an opportunity to win scholarship money. The program is a great internship to put on a resume and use for college interviews. You will be able work on your 21st century skills like team building, communication, flexibility, presentation skills, and innovation. The cost is $50 for the 2 weeks. CTC can help with this if needed also. You will meet from July 11th-22nd at a local business in your area. Here’s a promo video. Sign-up here.
Michigan Works2022 Career Readiness & Work Experience Program– Both virtual and in-person work experience options for teenagers 16-24, running June 20-August 3. Students are paid weekly based on attendance and completion of activities. Both program options end with a final celebration.
Staying Well The Michigan Stay Well program presents a workshop series for teenagers and a whole host of other mental health resources, specifically in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Check them out here.
Ventura Manufacturing – part of Innogroup family of companies and great place to work. We’ve had students work there in the past and would love to see more! Must be 16 or older. For more information, call Ashley at 616.283.3038
Youth Interior Design – Ball State University – Two online and two in-person workshops if you are a high school student or know one who has an interest in pursuing interior design at the college level, make plans to attend one of the workshops in 2022! The Youth Interior Design Forum (YIDF) is a workshop open to
WEST MICHIGAN WORKS CAREER READINESS & WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAM
TECHNOLOGY REQUEST FROM MS. ROBYN
As we start to leave those cold winter days behind and enter into the warmer spring weather, we also enter the start of testing season. Please help us help you by turning off your computer at the end of each school day.
What does turning off the computer mean?
1. Click on the Windows icon located on the bottom left or middle of your taskbar
2. Click on the power button located right above the Windows icon or to the right of the Windows icon
3. Click shut down.
Checking Your Child’s Grades
Please make a regular habit of checking your child’s current grades through their iCademy Portal, located under the Portal Icon on their computer’s desktop. You can also see their attendance in Live Lessons and how often they communicate with their teachers. When you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to your child’s teacher/mentor – – this never has to wait for parent/teacher conference time! Our staff is available to you anytime you wish to connect!
iCademy Calendar for 21/22 School Year
iCademy Family Resource Guide
Please click on THIS LINK to view the Family Resource Guide for the 21/22 School Year.