ICMS Boys and Girls Track Schedule 2023
MTSS Parent Meeting WHEN: Tuesday February 7, 2023. TIME: 5:00 pm WHERE: Irwin County Middle School Lunchroom This meeting will cover the questions parents are asking about the MTSS process. Who qualifies? How can MTSS help my child? Please come out and find out about MTSS!
Miss Red and Black Additional Divisions More divisions have been added to the Miss Red and Black pageant. Jr. Miss Red and Black (middle school) and Mr. Red and Black (high school) are the additional divisions. Please see the flyer attached for more information. By clicking the link below, you can access the flyer. https://drive.google.com/.../1xnbxPCJf1HEU6aC83rM77n.../view
Million Word Challenge at ICMS The Million Word Challenge is designed to expand vocabulary, increase Lexile levels, and help ignite a lifelong enthusiasm for reading. The Million Word Challenge at ICMS has been rich! Students at ICMS have been challenged to set a goal to read at least 1,000,000 words by the end of this school year. The rules for the competition are simple: A student chooses a book, takes and passes an AR test, and the program calculates the number of words in that particular book as well as keeps track of the total number of words the student reads. Even though this began as a year-long goal, multiple students have already reached 500,000 words, and a few are already Millionaires! Combing all three grade levels, ICMS have read a total of 30 MILLION WORDS! Can’t hide our Indian PRIDE! Way to go ICMS!
Irwin County Youth League Baseball
ICMS will be sending letters home tomorrow regarding scoliosis screening information. If you do not want your child screened, you must return the opt out form to your child's homeroom teacher. Screening dates are as follows: 6th grade girls 02/21 6th grade boys 02/22 8th grade girls 02/23 8th grade boys 02/24
2023 ICMS Tennis Schedule
The school system's phones are now working. We appreciate your patience!
The school system's phones are down at the board office and the schools. Parents can email firstname.lastname@example.org with their issue, child's name, and grade level. For the elementary school, the student's name, the student's teacher's name, and grade level need to be provided. We apologize for the inconvenience and we appreciate your patience. We will post updated information once the phones are working. Thank you.
Irwin County Schools have free at home COVID tests available for students, staff and their families. If you are interested in picking up a free at home covid test, contact your school nurse. The nurses will not perform the test, but will provide one to you for at home use. ICES Nurse- Mendy Vickers ICMS/HS Nurse- Regina Cook
Blood Drive Feb. 2nd at ICHS
Irwin County Schools remembers the life and achievements of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. #MLKDAY2023
Irwin County Schools and offices will be closed Monday, January 16th in observance of Martin Luther King Day!
Girl Scouts' Sign-Up Information
Irwin County Students Return January 10th
Happy New Year!
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Irwin County Schools! We wish you a safe and blessed holiday season!
ICSS Schools and Offices Closing for Christmas Break
On December 20, 2022, the Georgia Department of Human Services’ Division of Family & Children Services began issuing Summer P-EBT. These benefits cover the 2022 summer months for eligible children. Please remember that children are eligible for summer P-EBT if they were enrolled in a K-12 Georgia school and approved as eligible for free or reduced priced lunch through the National School Lunch Program. All eligible children will receive $391 for summer P-EBT.. Press release: dhs.georgia.gov/press-releases/2022-12-20/dhs-issues-summer-2022-benefits-eligible-children Updated FAQs: dfcs.georgia.gov/services/pandemic-electronic-benefit-transfer Please note that the P-EBT hotline with the Department of Health and Human Services is active. That phone number is 888-421-3281.
Due to inclement weather, decorating cookies with Mrs. Claus has been relocated today to the Neighborhood Center on N. Oak St. from 3:00-5:00 p.m.