School & PTO 2015-2016 Calendar
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Congratulations to the following students for being recognized as Immaculate Conception School Students of the Month for October. These students were chosen for demonstrating Habit #2- Begin with the End in Mind.
Sam Nelligan, Connor Fretheim, Bella Files, Natalie Hill, Fontaine Rossi, Genevieve Kersh, Wyatt Price, Andrew Porta, Mary Catherine Johnston, Maxwell Martin, Matthew Wewers, Lily Weis, Austin Hughes and Emily Harris.
Free Flu Shots!
Mercy Hospital will hold a free drive-through flu clinic on Thursday, November 5, from 7-9 am. The clinic will be located int he Bishops' Room a the Church Office.
"Oh, for Heaven's Sake"
Do you have Fr. John's new book or audio series?
Come get your copy to the Church Office!
For more information, visit the "Oh, for Heaven's Sake" website
Congratulations to the following students for being recognized as I.C. School Students of the Month for September. These students were chosen for demonstrating Habit #1- Be Proactive.
Evie Kate Harmon, Stella McGrew, Cesar Benavides, Brizynn Smith, Jason Chidester, Ellie Coleman, Dalila Benevides, Michaela Kaelin, Georgia Beasley, Carlee Keifer, Emma Hunter, Mary Vivian Ivey, Cate Albertson and Bryce Hindley.
With Fr. John and Mrs. Blentlinger’s blessing, we will be praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet every Friday at 3:00 pm. Students, parents and visitors will pray in the classrooms.
Everybody is invited!!
If we don't teach our children to follow Christ, the world will teach them not to! With the blessings of both Bishop Taylor of Little Rock and Bishop Slattery of Tulsa, we will be conducting a survey about the future of a Catholic high school in the River Valley.
Ready for next school year?? Take a look at what we are going to be doing next year!
In the meantime, have a fun and safe summer!
Mrs. Mulson and her family have recently moved to Fort Smith from Richland, Washington. Mrs. Mulson and her husband, Troy, have two children; Adde will be a senior at Greenwood and Collin will start college at UAFS. Mrs. Mulson has taught at Catholic schools her entire teaching career; her most recent position was 4 years in first grade at Christ the King Catholic School in Richland. She is a caring and enthusiastic individual and is an exciting addition to I.C. School family!
We know summer and you probably don't want to know anything about school but we thought you probably wanted to see the class lists for the 2015-2016 school year.
Have a great summer!
See you in the Fall!! (Or next week if you are coming to Summer Care)
God of wisdom,
We thank you for all the gifts you have given us throughout this school year. We praise you for giving us life, for saving us in Christ, and for choosing us to be your people. As we come to the end of this school year, we voice our gratitude for the good things you have done in us, and we praise you for all who have shared in the work of our school. We ask you to bless them in your love and give them refreshment and peace. We praise you, God, through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns forever and ever.od of wisdom,
We wish you the best! May God bless you always!
Our 6th graders posed with the crucifixes they made in Art Class. They were blessed by Fr. Andrew during the school’s prayer service.
The Hot Chocolate Kids, a group of students from IC School, raised $5,470.00 for the Make-a-Wish Foundation. The “Kids” set up a hot chocolate stand in their neighborhood during the Christmas Holidays. They sold hot chocolate and other goodies to people driving around and viewing their festive neighborhood. They were able to present their hard earned money during a radio marathon for the Make-a-Wish Foundation in April. The group will get to be involved with the granting of a wish to an area child. The average cost of a wish is $5,000.00. The group plans on making this an annual event.
Cristian Martinez, a 6th grade student at IC School, was honored at the Arkansas Art Center in Little Rock on Saturday, May 2, 2015 for having his artwork, an oil pastel of cactus, selected to be a part of the 54th Annual Young Arkansas Artist’s Exhibition. He received two prize awards for his school’s art department: $250 from Arkansas Children’s Hospital for being selected as one of 106 pieces from over 450 entries to be exhibited in the show, and $200 from The Fine Arts Club of Arkansas for being chosen Best Of Class for 6th Grade. His work will hang at the
Arkansas Art Center at MacArthur Park in Little Rock through July and then be a part of a traveling exhibition for another year.
April: Brody Borengasser, Claire Cole, Henry Alder, R. J. Becker, Hudson Pruitt, Roberto Manjarrez, Ella Pennington, Max Howerton, Haley Cline, Jonathan Ramirez, Kate Coleman, Sutton Smith, Sara Thompson and Anna Anders
March: Madeline Martin, Gianluca Nova, Evangelina Hernandez, Maria Infante, Carter Jackson, Tyler Stevens, Marcos Manjarrez, Lauren Borland, Noah Hahn, Finley Rossi, Jonathan Threadgill, Jessica Sanchez,Maggie Brown and Addison Sterling
February: Diego Hernandez, Trinity Rogers, Amelia Goebel, Alex Little, Sydney Brockett, Aidan Scott, Mary Albertson, George Herrell, Denver Pruitt, Griffin Weindel, Claire Testa, Madison Gilsinger, Avery Fitzgerald, and Brayden Smith
Enjoy a variety of food guaranteed to satisfy any appetite: German, Italian, Mexican, and American; funnel cakes, fried Oreos, and ice cream (just to name a few) while enjoying live entertainment, playing games for all ages, or bidding on items in our Silent Auction. A drawing for $10,000 and other prizes will close the weekend of entertainment on Saturday evening. Raffle tickets may be purchased at the school office or during Festival hours.
Click on the link below and see our very own 4th grade student, Luke, go head-to-head with Milly from Illinois in “30 second dual” to teach about the concept of empathy! I.C. School is the first school to participate outside the state of Illinois.Thank you to all the students in Mrs. Frala’s 4th gradeclass for synergizing in this very cool project! Vote for Luke!
Quiz Bowl is a quiz game that tests players on a wide variety of academic subjects. The elementary quiz bowl tournament was for non public schools and was sponsored by Trinity Jr. High. Our team won first place going undefeated in the tournament against teams from Christ the King, St. Boniface and First Lutheran. The kids practiced for an hour and a half every week answering sample questions and gaining skill using buzzers which are required in tournament play. The kids also used trivia games online and researched many academic areas including both World and U.S. History, several areas of Science, English, Literature and even Music. They also spent time practicing their math computation skills and speed in solving the problems.
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If you have any questions, please contact our School Office.
Congratulations to the following students for being named Immaculate Conception School January Students of the Month:
Natalie Hill, Jarett Perez, Jason Chidester, Rylee Dickerson, Ann Marie Kersh, Jackson Dart , Nicholas Adams , Michael Fretheim, Hailey Hadley, Vanessa Cerda, Adolfo Barroso, Payton Leding, Jonathan Hernandez, and Abby Hunter
2015-2016 Applications for Admission
We are now enrolling for the 2015- 2016 school year for all NEW parish and non-parish students for preschool (18 months-4 years) through grade 6.
Parents registering a child for preschool through sixth grade will need a state-issued birth certificate, immunization record, social security card, baptismal certificate (if Catholic). A $125.00 registration fee is required for each child. Children entering kindergarten must be five years old on or before September 1st.
Parents registering a child for will need the same information listed above.Registration fee is $175 which includes supplies and snacks. Children registering for preschool must be 18 months of age by the first day of school.
Please call the school office at 783-6798 for more information.
Check out where we are in our school year and don't miss out!
Our theme is “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.”
We will be having lots of fun activities to celebrate this Catholic Schools Week in our Parish, our Families, our Vocations, our Community, our Faculty & Staff and our Students!
Congratulations to the following students for being named I.C. School Students of the Month:
Bella Files, Hannah Banning, Genevieve Kersh, Daniella Newman, Lauren Seiter, Karson Kendall, Carson Lane, Peyton Yaffe, Luke Jackson, Cesar Medina, Jackson Seiter, Clara Gramlich, Jaime Barroso and Ashley Hill
Since 1982, nearly 7,500 schools have received this coveted award. The National Blue Ribbon School award is considered the highest honor an American school can achieve.
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