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ILS is in the process of resurfacing our track.
Please stay off the track until future notice.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS!!! Due to construction/remodeling of our school, you are asked to call before coming to the school. Only construction workers and limited staff members are allowed inside the buildings during this time. If you need a work permit, call 231-238-6868 extension 4 and we can make arrangements with you. Thanks for your understanding and cooperation during this time.
Inland Lakes Schools is participating in a free program to ensure adult advertisements do not reach our emails. We have registered ALL inlandlakes.org emails with Protect MI Child. We encourage families to participate with this program as well. This FREE program is available at www.protectmichild.com.
Please click here for Frequently Asked Questions.
Please click here for Memorandum from Govenor Snyder's office.
Parents of 6th graders for the upcoming 2015-2016 school year, please fill out the quick survey below.
We are collecting information regarding incoming 6th graders interest in Band.
You may access the survey HERE.
All credit recovery work must be completed by July 20th. Unfinished credit recovery work will mean that students will retake the semester of work next school year. Credit recovery is completed on Gradpoint. Email questions to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
What: Gradpoint credit recovery completed online
Who: Students in grade 9-11 who failed a core class with at LEAST a 50% in the course, but less than 60% are credit recovery eligible. (This is a change from previous years. If students earned less than 50%, they must retake the course.) 8th graders who failed Algebra 1 are also eligible for credit recovery.
When: We will enroll students early this week and make phone calls home. Work must be completed by, or they must retake the course.
With the completion of the testing window, the Michigan Department of Education would like to invite feedback from parents of students in grades 3 – 8, and 11 who took the M-STEP.
The short survey can be accessed by clicking on the MSTEP logo.
Please complete and submit the survey no later than June 19, 2015.
Inland Lakes Athletic Department has the following coaching vacancies for the 2015-16 school year:
8th Grade Boys Basketball
7th Grade Boys Basketball
7th Grade Girls Basketball
7th Grade Volleyball
Please send a resume with references to:
Attn: Ryan Svoboda, A.D.
Inland Lakes Schools
4363 S. Straits Hwy.
Indian River, MI 49749
Posting Endsor Until Filled.
FUND RAISERS FOR DESTINY LAPEER
ALL MONIES RAISED WILL GO TO THE LAPEER FAMILY TO HELP
COVER THE COST OF THE FAMILY'S LODGING, GAS & FOOD.
ON-GOING - THERE WILL BE AN ON-GOING CAN DRIVE. YOU CAN BRING YOUR EMPTY CANS/BOTTLES TO THE CAR WASH OR DROP THEM OFF AT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT. (If the police department office is closed, just leave the cans/bottles outside the office door.)
If you have any questions, call Gordon or Ginger Temple 548-4456.
Please click here to be taken to a video
of our first No Bully Zone Orange Out.
Inland Lakes Schools encourages students and staff to
wear Orange the 21st of each month in support of the No Bully Zone initiative.
Inland Lakes Schools seniors, who are graduating with top academic honors, were acknowledged at the Lions Club Senior Academic Achievement Dinner on May 13, 2015. The students who received honors this evening were:
Jeremy Thompson-Chevalier (not pictured)
Inland Lakes Schools is partnering with Up North Prevention in declaring April as Social Host Awareness month. We call upon all parents, citizens, homeowner and property owners to host gatherings responsibly and take measures to eliminate access of alcohol to persons under the age of 21.
Please click here to be taken to the full proclomation.
Chuck Waldroup, our bus mechanic, was recently honored on bridgemi.com.
Please click here to read the post card regarding this ILS employee who is often taken for granted.
Thanks Chuck for your dedication and skills!