“In a world where you can be anything, be kind.”April is Autism Awareness month! Ms. Lindsay, an EC teacher at our school, has put together a fundraiser to promote Autism Awareness while allowing the proceeds to go to our Upper School EC Department.
The window for ordering goes from 2.1-2.15 and can be ordered through this link. These adorable shirts will be considered Spirit Wear so please consider adding this one to your options.
Please make sure to share this information with anyone in the community that may be interested in supporting Autism Awareness and the OCS program at ICI!
At IC Imagine, we Imagine, we Nurture, we Value, we Engage, we Sustain and we Transform as we champion opportunities in leadership and learning, embracing greatness, inspiring achievement within a telescopic environment.
At IC Imagine Charter School we use an integrated, multi-sensory approach to the North Carolina Common Core and Essential Standards as well as the Core Knowledge Sequence. We create opportunities for Champions to develop their full potential while keeping the whole child in mind. We strive to create an environment where all children feel challenged, supported and nurtured. Our goal is to instill a love of learning and develop individual problem solvers, who have the ability to collaborate within a 21st-century learning environment. Throughout IC Imagine, your child will be engaged, feel valued and encouraged to be a leader.
Engage: IC Imagine Champions are engaged with hands-on learning opportunities throughout the day. Collegiate Leaders create opportunities for Champions to demonstrate their learning in a variety of ways. Collegiate Leaders strive to engage all types of learners by employing a multi-sensory approach. In addition to the core academic areas, Lower School Champions participate in Spanish, music, visual arts, physical education and recess throughout their day. Middle School Champions participate in Spanish and physical education daily along with choosing one fine arts course on which to focus. Upper School Champions are offered a variety of honors and advanced placement courses along with Spanish, fine arts and healthy living.
Value: At IC Imagine, children are valued and taught to value others. Through our whole child focus, we stay in tune with each child’s social emotional development. Champions are taught to value themselves as members of the IC Imagine community. Children have opportunities to develop relationships and build character through grade level morning meetings in Lower School or weekly community meetings in Middle and Upper School. Additionally, Champions learn to value our local community through year round service learning projects.
Be a Leader: IC Imagine uses common language from Dr. Sean Covey’s work with The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People to encourage the development of leadership skills. IC Imagine promotes three essential Champion expectations in all classroom and non-classroom settings: Engage, Value and Be a Leader. Each classroom follows a discipline plan that teaches Champions the school-wide expectations and incorporates Champion incentives. By promoting these core values together in the home, at school, and within our community we support the shared responsibility of developing good citizens.
IC Imagine’s 2nd Annual Science Night will be held May 4th from 5-7:30pm.
We would love your help with supplies needed for that night. If you are able to help donate any of the following- please sign up!
If you’d like to make a monetary donation please email Meridith Mitchell (email@example.com).
Please drop off all donations before Spring Break to the front desk. There will be a designated place for your items.
Would you like to be a part of Science night? Have a job in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art or Math? We would love for you to set up a station at Science Night! Email Meridith Mitchell!(firstname.lastname@example.org)
New Spanish Book Recordings have been added! We now have all Level aa and Level A Spanish books recorded for additional support while reading leveled books at home. The links are a folder with a list of the titles for each book.
Champions will hear more from our Imagineers about this exciting day. The suggested donation will be $1/day and all proceeds will go toward prom. Look closely at the details to be certain you are in dress code!
Don't forget to do your attendance form and login to Zoom for your Homeroom meeting! The link should be in your email, on your calendar and in Google Classroom!
If you need help on the first day of school, your student does not know where the Zoom link for their homeroom Zoom is, or there is anything else we can do to help on the first day of school, join our Open Zoom Help Desk from 7:45 - 10:00am on Monday 8/17.