This article was last modified on February 1st, 2023.
All seniors please make sure you come in to ICA and let our staff take your yearbook photo, this will be put into the yearbook.
Important Date! On Friday, Feb. 3, 2023, Doctor Esposito (our principal) will be conducting the First Aid, CPR, and AED training class for all seniors. This is a graduation requirement and you must be present to receive credit. The class / meeting will be at the ICA campus, from 9:00 am – 10:00 am. This will also be another opportunity to get your Senior picture taken and to fill out the mandatory FASFA application for Federal Student Aid.
Please make sure you have completed all your tasks in your Senior Seminar Course!
As ICA Seniors progress through our newly created Seniors Seminar course, which was put together by our staff to better prepare them for their transition to the adult and working worlds, we are seeing our Seniors step up to the challenge of making decisions about their immediate future “after graduation.” The class, “Senior Seminar,” is made up of a combination of Life and Financial Awareness Skills that we want our graduates to know prior to them graduating and leaving our school. The primary instructors for the Senior Seminar class will be Mr. Josh Behnke (JBehnke@helendalesd.com) and Mr. R. Maldonado (email@example.com).
Further information will follow in the coming days.
Any seniors interested in purchasing senior pictures can do so. The photographer we use is A.Parker Photography. Aracely Gonzalez is the owner and her phone number is 760-694-2008. You can contact her to set up an appointment to get your sitting time and senior pictures completed.
Thomas Monson wisely said “The past is behind, learn from it. The future is ahead, prepare for it. The present is here, live it.” These truths remind us that our best days are, indeed, ahead of us because they are the only ones that we can change! Scholars, why not help make someone else’s day a great one by celebrating the Random Acts of Kindness Day, this February 17th. It doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to help a little old lady cross the street that day. There are so many different palpable ways to celebrate like taking out the garbage, making your bed, feeding the family pet, washing the dishes, or cooking—without being told to! Even not arguing with your brother or sister would be a kind thing to do. However you celebrate, I hope that you’re reciprocated with an abundance of kindness right back at you!
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