Thank you to all who helped make the Spring Book Fair a success!
We earned a profit of $2127.51 in Scholastic Dollars. We also gave a total of 60 books to teachers, students and the library!
A special thank you to Book Fair volunteers Vicki Hatch (chairperson), Lisa Byrne, Seema Kantak, Eva Cosgrove, Roberta Rennie, Kristi Stoltz, Vandee Furuya, Carrie Leark, Rita Sargent, Fran Hardcastle, and the hardworking Julia Hall (who helped at a few Spring Book Fairs in our district)!
Thank you also to student volunteers Abby McCarroll, Yara Sinjary, Mariam Feleyeh and Mary Beth Gonzalez.
The success of our Book Fairs and the library depends on volunteers and the generosity of our community, so THANK YOU for your time, your donations and your support!
- Julie Smith, Library/Media Technician
Congratulations to 8th grader
for being our top Giant Raffle seller in the whole school. She sold 115 tickets and wins the $50 cash prize.
Thank you Nicole - you ROCK!!!
Congratulations to the following 8th graders:
Top Seller (gets free 8th grade bundle)
Nicole Lavorini - sold 115 tickets
2nd Top Seller - Tied (gets early entrance into graduation)
Bridget Hickey - sold 45 tickets
Jerred Sabo - sold 45 tickets
Career Night 2017!
On Thursday, March 16, 2017, the Pacifica School District held its seventh annual 8th grade College & Career Exploration Night. The event, held at Ingrid B. Lacy Middle School, attracted approximately 75 8th graders from around the district. School counselors, Meghan Neuberger and Laura Reinacher organized the event. Professionals from a wide variety of careers were available for students to talk to and ask questions. At the end of the evening there was a raffle drawing with prizes including a variety of gift cards. The organizers of the event would like to thank the Pacifica School District staff, IBL PTO and all of the professionals who volunteered their time for this fun event.
A Message from the
Thank you to those of you who came out to the Screenagers screening on January 26, 2017! We hope that you were able to walk away with some new skills and strategies around digital safety and screen time. For those of you who didn't have a chance to attend I have attached a copy of the parent guide (located on the Screenagers website), a sample family screen time agreement, and some helpful resources and apps. Many of us as parents and educators struggle to navigate these types of situations. Luckily we are not alone! Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns around this topic.
IBL School Counselor