IV Eagle Flyby - September 8, 2023
The opening week of school was sensational, and things are steadfast moving forward into the 2023-2024 school year. Below are a few informational items for your review.
Officer Mike Devlin, school police officer, and Bill Norbeck, school security guard make up the security team at IV. You will see them regularly in the halls, cafeteria, parking lots, activities, and athletic events. We are grateful to have a sensational security team at IV and across the district.
IV Chef Michelle Vu and the kitchen staff prepare the food daily for our students and staff. They are part of the district team of Matthew Samarco, Executive Chef, and Gwyneth Jones, Supervisor of Food
Services through Chartwells Food Service. Michelle’s kitchen staff includes Lisa Musselman, Walquiria Bueno Diaz, Amy Wallace, and Brenda Revera. If you ever get a chance to volunteer during the day, I highly recommend you stop in the cafeteria and check out the lunch menu being served. The food is fantastic!
Check out more information pertaining to LEO Club, Science Fair, and special recognition of two of IV’s science fair participants in summer competitions.
Do you like helping others? Are you someone who knows the importance of being in service to your community? Is having fun while making the world a better place something you enjoy? Then the Leo Club just might be for YOU!
Indian Valley’s Leo Club is a service club, sponsored by our local Harleysville Lions, and our first meeting will be after school on Wednesday, September 20 in E-47 from 3 - 4 pm. We help the Harleysville Lions with activities, participate in local parades, help beautify our community and school, do fundraisers and collections to benefit those in need - and lots more!
LEO stands for Leadership, Experience, and Opportunity - qualities you can gain and build with the Leo Club. So, if you are in 6th, 7th, or 8th grade with a heart to serve, come join us Wednesday after school in E-47 until 4 p.m. Interested in joining but can’t make the meeting - no worries! Students can visit Mrs. Gossler in E-47 to get the information. Parents can email her a firstname.lastname@example.org or call the main office at 215-256-8896.
Science Fair Informational Meeting
There will be an informational science fair meeting on Wednesday, 13th at 9:20 AM in the auditorium for anyone that is interested in competing in the science fair this year. Students will develop a question in one of the 13 science categories, run an experiment and present their conclusions using the scientific method. Students will compete in two competitions: Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science and Montgomery County Science and Research Competition. Please remind your child to attend this meeting if they are interested in participating in science fair. If you have any questions, please email:
Congratulations to Maya Herrlinger and Jeremy Evans
A huge shout out to Maya Herrlinger and Jeremy Evans who were both just awarded the Thermo Fisher Scientific Junior Innovators Challenge Award. Both students were selected out of 1,828 projects that qualified at the national level and won a $125 prize. Maya and Jeremy are both being considered as a finalist in this competition. If they are selected, they will be invited to Finals Week of the competition, held in Washington, DC, from October 28 to November 2.
Jeremy and Maya are now in ninth grade, but we are so proud of the work they did in all the science fair competitions last year as eighth graders! Wishing them the best as they move further into the competition.
Back-to-School Night Addition – Spirit Wear Sale
The Student Council will be selling spirit wear t-shirts in the cafeteria during back-to-school night. The cost of the T-shirt is $10. You can contact Mrs. Nicole Bauer, student council advisor, for additional information a email@example.com of call the mail office at 215-256-8896.
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