A short story by Marco: The smell of fire is something I never got used to. Something that made me sick and made me want to ditch wherever I was at due to the smell it of. The flames hurt and tortured people while the ash and smoke became toxic to anyone’s lungs that were around. […]
IHS will be hosting the Provo School District Summer School. Summer School runs from June 6th – June 30th, with packet factory from 8:30AM – 11:30AM, afternoon classes from 12:00PM – 3:PM, and open study with tutoring from 3PM – 5PM. Lunch will be provided, as well as busing to school at 8AM, and from school at 12PM and 3PM. Registration opens April […]
To help raise money for our sports program, students had the opportunity to throw pies in their favorite teacher and administration’s face. It was a great activity enjoyed by all. Thanks for supporting our IHS sports!
Thursday, February 18th our basketball team had an away game in Fort Duchesne at Uintah River High School. Uinta Rivers High School principal, Ben Pugh, wrote a letter thanking the Independence Basketball Team for their sportsmanship in last week’s game. Principal Pugh complimented the Independence team and their coach for their examples. “I felt that […]
We had the pleasure of Bri Ray coming to our school January 27th. Bri graduated from Timpanogos High School last year. She began playing the piano and wrote her first song for her dad when she was eight. The song was called “Believe” and was about going after your dreams. By working hard on her […]
Our Art students were invited to create the window display for Pioneer Book down on Center Street! They chose a character from the Wind in the Willows and made a paper mache mask from old book pages. Their art teacher, Jamie Hollingshead, is very pleased with their hard work and creativity. Hopefully you can get a […]