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Firefighter Phil teaches valuable lessons at ICS

 

Annabelle Barna shows Mr. Mike her magic. 

The students at Immaculate Conception had the opportunity to participate in an assembly program on Monday that was as fun as it was valuable. Thanks to the Port Clinton Fire Department, the students had the chance to see the Firefighter Phil program which taught them the proper steps to follow in the case of a fire. Lessons like “stop, drop, cover, and roll” and “Get out and stay out” were combined with magic, a puppet show, and comedy to make the message fun and memorable. Fire Chief Kent Johnson was on hand to help answer questions about fire safety. The children were given the homework assignment of going home and checking with Mom and Dad as to the location of an emergency meeting spot and the changing of smoke detector batteries. Immaculate Conception School wishes to thank both Fire chief Kent Johnson and the Port Clinton Fire Department for an afternoon of learning.

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National Young Readers Day at I.C.S.

Port Clinton Mayor Vince Leone laughs with the ICS preschoolers as they pick his favorite book "Spaghetti Eddie".

Immaculate Conception Catholic School spent Tuesday morning listening to local celebrities read their favorite children’s stories as part of National Young Readers Day 2013. National Young Reader’s Day is celebrated the second Tuesday of November each year to remind of us the benefits and rewards of reading. This special day was created by Pizza Hut and the Center of the Book in the Library of Congress in 1989 as a means to celebrate literacy.

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ICS holds Honors Assembly

Siblings Garret and Maelee Hirt both were honored with the Life Skill Award of "Common Sense" by Principal Mrs. Connie Snyder.  

Last Friday Immaculate Conception School held its quarterly awards assembly,  which recognized the achievements of students in the first 9 weeks of the 2013-2014 school year.  Students were honored for grades, attendance and the life skill attributes they have mastered throughout the first quarter.  Life skills are qualities that make students strong, hardworking and value-centered. ICS students were applauded for the skills of patience, responsibility, effort, trustworthiness, sense of humor and friendship, among other valuable qualities.

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