Welcome to IHS!


Fifth Avenue This Friday

This Friday, September 26th, we will be having Fifth Avenue.  From 9am - 12pm students can come in and get extra help from teachers and catch up on uncompleted assignments.  This is a great opportunity to bring up grades!

Spend A Week In Washington D.C.!

High School juniors – You could spend a week in Washington D.C., all expenses paid, by submitting an application to Umatilla Electric Co-op.  The Washington D.C. Youth Tour is open to qualified juniors attending school in Umatilla or Morrow County.  Parent/guardian must be a current member of Umatilla Electric Co-op.  Pick up an application in the counseling office if you’re interested.  

Blood Drive

Our annual Blood Drive will be Wednesday, September 24th from 9:30 am  - 2:30 pm.  You must be 16 years or older to donate blood.  If you are under 16 years old, you will need permission from a parent in order to donate.  Please see Isabel Orozco for any needed forms or more information.

Powder Puff Sign-Ups

You can sign up for Powederpuff Football by talking to Mrs. Joyce ASAP

Junior High Student Gov't

If you are running for Jr. High ASB, please remember to turn in your nomination forms to Mrs. Joyce ASAP.

Make-Up Picture Day

Lifetouch will be here on Wednesday, October 15 at 12:30pm in the library to take school pictures.  If you did not have your picture taken at registration, you MUST have it taken on make-up day, October 15th.  So, don't forget to brush your hair and teeth!

Jostens Dates

Mark Stevens our representative from Jostens will be here on October 6 to meet with Juniors at 7:26 am and with Seniors at 8:00 am.  He will return on October 13 to take orders for rings and things!


Parking Permits

Students driving a vehicle to school must turn in the signed Vehicle Registration Form to Mrs. Hopkins ASAP.  Anyone parking on campus without a Parking Pass will be cited and consequences will be assigned.  Consequences can include loss of parking privleges.  

Backpack Reminder

Everyone should have been assigned a locker by now.  All students should store their backpacks in their lockers.  

Class Officers for the 2014-2015 School Year

The polls have closed and the ballots have been counted!  Your class officers for the 2014-2015 school year are:

Freshpersons:     President -- Karlee Gale

                                Vice President -- Brandy Quezada

                                Treasurer -- Kolyne Blurton

                                Secretary -- Lizeth Nunez

Sophomores:      President -- Bruno Salas

                               Vice President -- Asusena Munoz

                               Secretary/Treasurer -- Megan Harley

Juniors:               President -- Nate Verley

                              Vice President -- Colton Seeley

                              Secretary/Treasurer -- Emily Cain

Seniors:              President -- Nancy Mejia

                             Vice President -- Von Groves

                             Secretary/Treasurer -- Oscar Romero

Student Parking

All students who drive to school MUST have a parking pass to park in the student parking lot.  If you have not yet completed your paperwork and received a parking pass form Mrs. Ross, you will not be able to park in the student lot.  Anyone parking in the student lot without a pass will be cited and consequences, up to and including loss of parking privileges, will be assigned.

Cafeteria Announcement

just a reminder that ALL food must be eaten in the cafeteria.  No food allowed in the hallways.   Also, binders, books, backpacks, etc. need to be placed in your locker before lunch.  If you leave them laying around, they may feel neglected and disappear, never to return.

ASB Receipts

If you have paid your ASB fee, but have not had you picture taken for an ASB card, please be sure to bring your ASB receipt with you to the sports events.  With your receipt you will get in to the home games for free.  Without your receipt, you'll have to cough up the two bucks!

Dress Code Reminders

It's easy to forget about some of our dress code and other rules while you're off for the summer.  Just to remind us all of a few key points, please remember:

Dress Code:  No bras straps, no underwear showing, no bare tummies, no inapprpriate pictures or slogans, skirts and shorts must reach mid-thigh (the tips of fingers when arms are held at sides), if you are going to wear leggings, jeggins, or yoga pants, they must be worn with a shirt that reaches mid-thigh, just like skirts and shorts. And no pajamas or slippers!

Technology:  Absolutely NO cell phones, iPhones, smart phones, iPods, MP3 players or the like may be used at school at any time during the school day.  As soon as you walk into the building in the morning, these devices must be turned off and stored in your lockers.  If a staff person sees your device, even if you are not using it, it will be taken away and held in the office for a minumum of 24 hours before a parent may come to pick it up.  NO EXCEPTIONS.

Let's have a great year!

Fee Information

 Any student owing money from an extra-curricular activity (which includes ASB fees) will not be permitted to participate in another extra-curricular activity until the fee is paid. This is effective fall of 2013.  All payments should be made through the office.