IAT Tiger Times

Week of January 30th

School Website

The International Academy of Trenton will be a provider of top-quality education to a highly diverse student body.

Teacher Has Personalized Handshakes With Every Single One of His Students

Jay's Jems - Some inspiration for staff that need it...

TRANSITIONS THAT ARE GUARANTEED TO WORK

The Empty Pickle Jar Movie for Simple Truths

Come See the new building - Staff Only - RSVP required

Tour of new school @500 PERRY STREET TODAY AND TOMORROW

TOURS BEGIN AT 4:30 PM

Floor Plan Draft for IAT @ 500 Perry

Exam Results - Week of January 23

Shout out to Grades 2 and 5 for great work last week!

All grades appear to be moving up the charts. Stay focused, one week at a time and the gains will happen. College bound is what we'll be.
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MOVING UPDATE!!!

The removal of the IWBs for the move to Perry will begin on Monday, February 13th. The plan is to have the installers remove several boards each evening. Below is the planned schedule of removal. Please plan accordingly and this schedule is subject to change:

Monday, 2/13 -----top floor at Bellevue

Tuesday, 2/14------first floor at Bellevue

Wednesday, 2/15------top floor at Chancery

Thursday, 2/16------second floor at Chancery

Friday, 2/17---------basement at Chancery

Your classroom computers will not be removed until the weekend. Please let me know if there are any questions.


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Fun Day of the Week - Groundhogs Day is February 2nd

Will we have six more weeks of winter or will we have an early spring? Only Punxsutawney Phil will let us know for sure on Thursday, February 2nd!


Here are some links with some fun facts to share with your students about Groundhog Day.


http://www.kidsplayandcreate.com/fun-groundhog-facts-and-groundhog-day-facts-for-kids/


http://www.softschools.com/facts/holidays/groundhog_day_facts/812/

Six Flags Read to Succeed - Student Reading Logs Due Friday, 2/10/17

IAT is participating in the Six Flags Read to Succeed Program again this year.

I will enter your students information on the Six Flags Reading website. So, all you have to do is encourage your students to read!

Students have to read 6 hours (360 minutes) and record his/her reading times on the attached Reading Logs. Students can read books, ebooks, magazines, newspapers, or comic books. Students can read independently, or parents can read to younger students.

The due date for the Reading Log to be returned to school is Friday, February 10th. Please send the completed logs to the Main Office as soon as you get them so I can enter them into the computer.

A special perk for teachers! If you have 8 students that complete the 6 hours of reading and turn in their completed Reading Log, you will receive a free Six Flags ticket!

Thank you for encouraging your students to read!