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Hold back the drubbing November 29, 2007

Filed under: Basketball,Indian Lake Central School,Long Lake Central School,sports — ilcsphotopage @ 10:41 am

Coach Zullo talks to an Orange player — “Orange” is the new nick name for the Indian Lake/Long Lake combined teams. Zullo is asking his play to show a little discipline of running up the score with a twenty point lead.

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Timbers November 28, 2007

Filed under: Fieldtrip,Indian Lake Central School,Science,topics — ilcsphotopage @ 4:55 pm

The Environmental Science class took a field trip to a logging site.

Photo by Ms. Boggia.

 

Watching in French

Filed under: Fieldtrip,French,Indian Lake Central School,students — ilcsphotopage @ 10:43 am

Le Club de Français took a weekend field trip to Quebec. “Tout le monde s’est amusé!” (Everyone had fun!)

 

30 to 2 November 27, 2007

Filed under: Indian Lake Central School,nurse,sports — ilcsphotopage @ 5:13 pm

Nurse Ellithrope offered a cpr and first aid course for those who needed a refer course. Basketball coaches Mr. Zullo (left) and Mr. Skully (right) took the course.

 

A little mud slinging

Filed under: experiment,High School,Indian Lake Central School,Presentation — ilcsphotopage @ 5:07 pm

What better way to learn about the presidential process, than to be one of the candidates and debate his or her platform? That is what Mr. Clark had his seniors do.

 

Friends old and young November 26, 2007

Filed under: Elementary,Fieldtrip,Indian Lake Central School,students — ilcsphotopage @ 2:53 pm

The kindergarten class makes regular visits to a local nursing home. They visit and tell stories and share some quality time.

Photo by Ms. Jay

 

Even on a dreary day

Filed under: art,High School,Indian Lake Central School,Projects — ilcsphotopage @ 12:57 pm

Courtesy of the art teacher, Ms. Walker-Arsenault, the library has a ‘stain glass’ display that brightens the day — even if it is raining or snowing outside. It was a project that the 9th Grade Studio Art students created — based on the style of Louis Comfort Tiffany.