This summer children can enjoy free lunches through Provo City School District’s Summer Child Nutrition Program beginning Monday, June 5, 2017! The Summer Meals Program assures that all children have access to healthy food during the summer when schools are not in session so they can continue to learn and grow. Sponsored by the U.S. […]
There is an extension for summer school registration. Please fill out the following pdf and turn it into the main office ASAP! Summer School Application
Dear Family Members, Congratulations! Your student is going to be graduating from Independence High School this year. The graduation ceremony will be held at Independence High School auditorium on May 25th at 7:00 pm. This represents a great deal of effort and accomplishment and you should be proud of your student, as we at Independence […]
May 15- Graduation Application given to ALL Seniors for signatures and clearance May 18 – Senior Banquet – 6:00pm – 8:00 for All Senior’s & 2 Guests @ IHS Gym May 22 – Graduation Application Due to the office by 3:00 pm (5 Invitations given) May 25 – Graduation Ceremony Practice – 8:30 am in […]
Student Jay Perez is in David Sterlings Comp TIA A+ class here at IHS. This class teaches students everything they need to know to be the entry “IT person”. After they take this class they can take a test to become certified and get a job in IT. After learning all the skills necessary to […]
According to Environmental Science classes at IHS Chips Ahoy has more chocolate chips per cookie by weight! So if you want more chocolate, Chips Ahoy is your cookie! And who doesn’t want more chocolate! :) Thanks Environmental for your data! See pervious post for more information on their experiment and data collection.
Environmental Science classes did a lab last week that had to do with “mining” for chocolate chips. They compared rocks and minerals to chocolate chip cookies. The cookie would be the rock (made of many ingredients or many kinds of minerals) and the chocolate chips would represent the mineral (one pure substance). The students had to mine […]