Check your emails for your students' class photo for grades K-6. The attachment is in a Publisher format. Should you need help opening the file, feel free to contact Wendy Crow at the elementary office for assistance.
A huge thank you goes out to the Imbler FBLA chapter for organizing and facilitating the elementary playday! Students had a great time!
6th graders launched their rockets today!
The 2020-21 FFA Banquet is in the books. Here are some photos of the event. The pictures are of the entire chapter, this year's State Degree recipients, and the 2021-22 Officer team with retiring senior officers. Another great year for Imbler FFA!
Congratulations to the graduating class of 2021! Graduation is set for Friday, May 28th at 5:00 pm. Mike Smith has provided the opportunity for the ceremony to be livestreamed. If you will be watching with your Smart TV, the best thing to do is start YouTube on your TV in the days prior, and search for "Imbler Media". Then, subscribe to the channel. When the livestream starts on Friday, it will highlight the channel, and will be very easy to find. Once you subscribe, you should be able to find the Imbler Media channel easily. For phones and computers, the same holds true. Open the YouTube app, or browse to YouTube with your favorite browser, and search for "Imbler Media". Subscribe to the channel to make it easier to find, or just browse there when it is time. The YouTube link below can be shared with anyone and the stream will start at 4:45PM on May 28th. This should give everyone time to get connected. Here is the link: https://youtu.be/CW5mD3pVwHg
CHD is offering free COVID-19 vaccines for 12-17 year-olds.
SUPERINTENDENT INTERVIEWS The screening committee has met and selected three candidates to interview for the superintendent position; Dustan Adams, Bill Starkweather and Jennifer Teeter. The interviews will be held Thursday, May 20th beginning at 5:00 pm. As in the past, we will be including community and staff in this process. Beginning at 5:00, one candidate will be in the high school gym taking questions from interested community members. At this same time, another candidate will be visiting with staff members in the elementary gym and taking questions while the third candidate will be participating in a formal interview with the interview committee made up of the Board and administration in Room #1. Each session will last approximately 45 minutes and upon completion of each session, we will take a 5-10 minute break and the candidates will rotate to a different location. Once the candidates have met with each group, the interview committee will take input from both the community and staff to assist in the decision making process. All community members are welcome to attend. We will have sample questions for the community to ask as well as any questions of their own they may have. A score sheet will be provided so that the community can rank the candidates and provide their input.
Hey! I learned today that I had the wrong date for the start of the FFA Plant Sale. Please pass the word that the sale starts Friday, April 30 rather than Thursday, April 29!
IMBLER SCHOOL PARENTS - Please check your email and complete the returning to school survey. We are working on our numbers for the 2021-22 school year and need your responses before May 3rd. Thank you!
Maintenance/Transportation Supervisor - Duties include; maintenance of buildings and vehicles and supervision of custodial and transportation staff. Must be able to pass required physical examination, drug & alcohol test, criminal history background check and be able to work with and get along with children and staff. Salary dependent on experience. Applicants must submit a cover letter, Imbler School District Employment Application (see link below), resume and three letters of recommendation. Submit application materials and direct inquiries to email@example.com. Complete Job Description EOE Closing Date: May 10, 2021
We still have three weeks remaining in the third nine weeks and look how many students already have met their AR goal!!!
The Imbler School District board meeting has been rescheduled for Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 7:00 pm.
Due to blowing snow, there will be no school in Imbler tomorrow (Friday, February 19).
Due to inclement weather, the Imbler School District Board Meeting is being postponed. More details to follow.
Due to poor road conditions, Imbler School District will not be in session today.
Thank you to Lailyn, London and Kelsey for organizing a drawing contest at the elementary school. Here are some of the entries and the winners!
Parents, Area superintendents and athletic directors are working with OSAA on the possibility of the return to activities at the high school level. We need your help in determining interest in this possibility in order to share information with OHA. You will find a link to a very short survey below. If you could complete the survey by Tuesday, January 19, your efforts will be greatly appreciated. Link to survey: https://bit.ly/39EqfGb
In the past, teachers have been given a workday at the end of each quarter to calculate grades. When this year's calendar was created last year, the workday at the end of the second quarter was traded for a day at the beginning of the year. The second quarter and first semester are scheduled to end on Friday, January 15 rather than Thursday, January 14 as previously reported.
December 4, 2020 Parents and Community Members, At our elementary staff meeting this morning, we came to the heartbreaking realization that we may be forced to have students clear their desks when they leave for Christmas break in preparation to transition to distance learning. As I’ve mentioned before, we will continue to advocate to have kiddos in our buildings full time. I know that we have students with compelling stories from quarantining during our time in school. I’ve had parents share their stories of how their children struggled with not being able to attend school in person. Our students need an opportunity to tell their stories! We are again stealing an idea that originated with coaches throughout Oregon, Washington, and California and beginning a video campaign to get those stories to our policymakers and decision-makers. To that end, we are asking that you video your child sharing how important it is to receive his or her education in person. Please begin posting your videos on Wednesday, December 9th. Please remember this is a campaign void of politics and to keep your message short, positive, and informative. The goal is to create an opportunity for our students to communicate the importance of being able to receive their education in person. For your video, here is a sample script (please try to make it personal) Part 1: Year in school Part 2: What being in-person means to you What you miss most about not being able to participate in school Please post your videos, starting December 9th on your personal social media sites - Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Please use the hashtags: #kidsinschool and #protocolswork. Sending a copy of your video directly to Lindsey Capps, Governor Brown’s Educational Policy Advisor, and Colt Gill, Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction, will be effective also. Lindsey’s email address is firstname.lastname@example.org, and Colt’s is email@example.com. Thanks so much for your help! Sincerely, Angie Lakey-Campbell Superintendent/Elementary Principal