IACS Secondary Campus Newsletter, August 28, 2017
Grades 6-12 Open House on August 31
Save the Date for Fall Festival!
This event is for grades K-12 and their families. Join us for some fall fun! More details to come.
Foreign exchange host families needed
Marlo is a friendly and polite boy who is responsible, cheerful and outgoing. He is a member of the drama team and part of a theater and comedy club. He loves kids and has started a Cabaret Club for 10-14 year old kids. He also plays sports, American football and volleyball. In the winter he skis. In the Summer he likes to windsurf and water ski. Marlo is currently in need of a permanent host family to welcome him for the school year!Please contact Ricki Sanchez at email@example.com if you can host Marlo.
Luan is a 17 year old boy from Slovakia. He has an enthusiastic attitude and incessant urge to move forward. He is a writer and loves helping people. He has an allergy to dogs, so he will not be able to live in a household with dogs. If you are interested in hosting Luan, please contact Holly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-467-6919.
Meet our staff
Ms. Walker teaches 7th grade English and Humanities and 10th grade English at IACS. This is her second year here. Ms. Walker also assists with National Honor Society and Mock Trial Club. She graduated with a degree in English Literature and Journalism from San Francisco State University. She enjoy shiking, swimming, reading, and writing when she's not teaching, and she has two cats named Milton and Oliver.
Mr. Chapman teaches Math 2, Math 3, Calculus, College Algebra, and STEM classes at IACS. This is his 4th year at IACS. He graduated from The College of Idaho with a BA in mathematics and a MA in Teaching. He also earned his Ed.S from Northwest Nazarene University. His biggest hobby is being with his wife and three young kids outdoors and on the move. He also enjoys finding new music, being with friends, fly fishing, and watching students' minds bend as they encounter new math concepts.
Mr. Bradfield teaches Physical Science, Biology, Forensic Science, and Environmental Science. This is his 4th year at IACS. He graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder and received his master's in secondary education from Utah State University. He also has his graduate gemologist from the Gemologist Institute of America. He and his wife have two grown daughters and twin cats. In addition to teaching science he enjoys sculpting stone, collecting rock specimens, and fishing.