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IRHS Theatre teacher Kristie Fuller honored by Educational Theatre Association
IRHS Theatre teacher Kristie Fuller honored by Educational Theatre Association
05/02/2018
We are proud to announce that Indian River High School Theatre teacher Kristie Fuller is among a select group of teachers and artists who will form the Model Curriculum Framework Project of the Educational Theatre Association (EdTA), a project supported by a National Endowment for the Arts grant. This is a tremendous honor for Kristie and for our Theatre program. Congratulations, Kristie!
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Indian River Middle and High School students receive honors for National Latin Exam 2018 performance
Indian River Middle and High School students receive honors for National Latin Exam 2018 performance
04/18/2018
Students in Mrs. Kiechle's Latin classes at Indian River Middle and High Schools recently took the National Latin Exam. The following students received honors for their exceptional performance.
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IRHS Junior Jasmine Combs receives perfect score on NYSSMA All State Flute audition
IRHS Junior Jasmine Combs receives perfect score on NYSSMA All State Flute audition
04/18/2018
Congratulations to Indian River High School Junior Jasmine Combs, who received a perfect score on her NYSSMA All State Flute audition! This is a tremendous honor. The All State audition is a state-wide competition, and it is extremely difficult to achieve a perfect score. K-12 Music Coordinator Charles Heck has only had two other students achieve this score during his 38-year teaching career, Amy Cameron in 1989, and Brittney O’Dett in 2014, both on the Flute. Be sure to congratulate Jasmine on a job well done!
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IRCSD earns School Safety Excellence Award for eleventh consecutive year
IRCSD earns School Safety Excellence Award for eleventh consecutive year
03/28/2018
For the eleventh consecutive year, Indian River Central School District has earned the Utica National Insurance Group School Safety Excellence Award. We are one of three school districts in the JLBOCES to receive the 2017 award at the “Titanium with Honors” level. Each year, the company recognizes school districts for their efforts as they work to help keep students, staff and visitors safe.
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2018-2019 Student Instructional Calendar now available
2018-2019 Student Instructional Calendar now available
03/26/2018
The Indian River Central School District 2018-2019 Student Instructional Calendar is now available.
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IRCSD Board of Education members and administrators meet with Congresswoman Stefanik
IRCSD Board of Education members and administrators meet with Congresswoman Stefanik
03/22/2018
A group of Indian River Central School District Board of Education members and administrators met with Congresswoman Elise Stefanik on March 20th, as a part of the National Association of Federally Impacted Schools (NAFIS) conference to discuss the critical need for continued Impact Aid funding. Pictured, left to right, are Assistant Superintendent Mary Anne Dobmeier, Board of Education member Kenneth Clyde, Congresswoman Stefanik, Board of Education member Shelly Eggleston, and Business Manager Audrey Stevenson.
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Indian River Class Leaders 2018
Indian River Class Leaders 2018
03/16/2018
Indian River High School is proud to announce the academic leaders of the Class of 2018. They are: Valedictorian, Mallory Bridge, daughter of Shaun and Jennifer Bridge of Antwerp; Salutatorian, Justin Nadal, son of Vivian Nadal-Ortiz from Philadelphia; and Vocational Leader, Ethan Ruttan, son of Chad and Tolly Ruttan from Philadelphia.
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Large photo is of the entire group, minus one, after the event in Utica. Names from left to right: Mr. Dusharm  Carson McConnell, Dylan Hamblin, Josh Quinlan, Liam Bonk (third place team) Sean Bonus, Max McCrum, Terrance Hayse, Brendan Verschueren (1st place team) Kevin Gagnon, Logan Drake, Mike Croft (4th place team) missing - Jake Dickson
Alternative Energy Class teams win big at STEM Exploration Showcase at SUNY Polytechnic
03/15/2018
After working over the last month on a wide range of combinations of blade designs and gearing ratios to perfect their entries, on March 8th, three teams from Mr. Dusharm's Alternative Energy class traveled to SUNY Polytechnic in Utica for the STEM Exploration Showcase. There, they competed very successfully in the high school division of Wind Turbine Design, winning 1st, 3rd, and 4th place finishes. The first place team also won a separate judged award for "Innovation in Turbine Design" for their use of biodegradable 3D printed gears and PVC pipe as blade material.
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UPK Application
2018-2019 Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program Application now available!
03/01/2018
If your child resides in the Indian River Central School District and will be 4 years of age on or before December 1, 2018, he or she is eligible to participate in our Universal Pre-Kindergarten program at Calcium, Evans Mills, and Philadelphia Primary. Submit your application by April 20, 2018 to be included in the first placement lottery.
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IRHS Student Films Premier at Snowtown Film Festival
IRHS Student Films Premier at Snowtown Film Festival
01/09/2018
Congratulations to directors Carson Young and Arik Hopson supervised by Mr. Dustin Burdick for their finalist films, Impulse and Highschool Spy. They will premier at the Snowtown Film Festival held at the Dulles State Office Building in downtown Watertown, NY on Friday, January 26th, 2018 and Saturday, January 27th.
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Pictured from left to right are Madison Gibbs, Mallory Bridge, Jasmine Thorpe, Clay Reagon, and Eric Stewart
Indian River High School Robotics teams receive top honors at FIRST Tech Challenge
12/05/2017
Congratulations to both High School Robotics teams coached by Dr. Tyna Meeks and Mr. Dustin Burdick for their outstanding showing at the FIRST Tech Challenge held at Clarkson University on Friday, December 1, 2017. The two teams competed against teams from 10 other school districts. The robots had to perform tasks autonomously through programming and hand-controlled objectives. They also had to work in alliance with another team from a different school district.
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