In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. IMS faculty, staff, and students will explore intercultural competency with expert and Chief Operating Officer of MCUSA, Glen Guyton. Our hope is that the IMS family will gain a better understanding of what culture is and that we will become more aware of what our cultural biases are. […]
Hannah Peters, Sarann Durflinger, Alyssa Hershberger, Aidan Yoder, Sophie Marshall, Gedeon Sangare The first project that the Clothing and Textiles class completed as a class project was a baby quilt. Students learned to sew three strips together and then cut them into squares to form a strip quilt. They learned how exactness is essential […]
Due to temperatures, IMS will be on a 2 hour delay today, Thursday, Jan. 4th. Please be safe and stay warm.
Monday will be a 2 hour late start for students. We will gather in the library at 10:10 for a time of togetherness. Our classes will be modified and we will work to have multiple adults in the classrooms and Grant Wood AEA’s Critical Incident Stress Management team will be available. Monday will also be […]
The FCS Child Development class has been busy creating activities, decorations, lesson plans and more for three preschools. There are two master teachers developing activities for the theme that they selected. Students are required to prepare four activities that are developmentally appropriate, one being a spiritual activity, and to have a snack. The Bible verse […]