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ICS hosts Toledo Symphony Percussion Trio

Immaculate Conception School was honored to host the Toledo Symphony Percussion Trio “Grandparent” concert on Wednesday, Oct. 30. The trio of musicians relayed their love of music to the children and families at ICS.  .   

The members of the Percussion Ensemble group treated the crowd to a variety of percussion instruments from around the world. Their international repertoire includes music ranging from American Ragtime to traditional African and Mexican Folk. The students and friends at Immaculate Conception gained a great knowledge of how different percussion instruments are made and different ways of playing the same instrument.  Several students were even able to participate in the concert by playing a percussion instrument in the final number. 

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ICS had a Boo-tiful Day

Along with Miss Mary Heschel and Miss Michelle Wojociechowski, the 4 year olds in the morning ICS Preschool class show off their costumes.

On Wednesday and Thursday, the Immaculate Conception School hallways were a little bit spookier as the many ghosts, pirates, and witches made their way around through the classrooms. Lucky for everyone, there were plenty of superheroes there as well to save the day. Immaculate Conception Preschool held its annual Halloween party on Wednesday the 30th and Thursday the 31st and the highlight, as always, was the costume parade through the building. 

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ICS After School Art Program

Joni Hoffman, the art teacher at Immaculate Conception School, inspires her students to love art so much that they want to come back after school and create. And create is what they do. Immaculate Conception School held its first meeting/work session of the all new Art Club this past Wednesday afternoon. The art club is made up of students in grades 2, 3, 4, and 5 and will meet once a month in the school’s art room.  Each monthly meeting will explore a new era, style, or artistic idea. October’s class featured crafts made with duct tape. The students were encouraged to make whatever they wished out of the utility tape that comes in a variety of fun colors and prints. Alyssa Diaz made a mask of Medusa. Madison Weichman, Paige Reineck, and Ella Roberts chose to fashionably cover the letters in their initials. Savannah Nyang even covered a small lamp with the colorful tape.  The imaginations in the ICS Art Club are sure to soar and take their curiosity and creativity to new levels throughout this school year.

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