One of the nicest things about being Principal here at Immaculate Conception School of Allegany County is send our students out the door at the end of the day. Truly, it’s not because our hallways will calm down for the first time in seven hours either. As I monitor the dismissal of our students. I…
Another successful Catholic Schools Week has come and gone.
Mrs. Sanders returned from her extended visit with her family!
Our classroom doors are eye-catching with their inspirational messages.
Articles in support of Catholic Schools deliver a poignant message: An ‘Alienated America’ Needs Community-Building Schools Have Been Doing for Generations by Kathleen…
The sound of Christmas Carols can be heard from our music room.
STREAM automobiles were tested with success on many levels.
The 8th grade Wreath Sale closed with 120 wreaths and 15 crosses scheduled to be delivered December 6th.
And, of course, Thanksgiving Break is here.
The sound of basketballs dribbling…
In the words of Mary Poppins, “Well begun is half done,” and I am delighted to let you know our first quarter is successfully in the books. Several indicators support my confident appraisal of our first quarter. Our parent-teacher conferences netted a nearly perfect rate of parent attendance. Truly,…
Fall has been most agreeable and allowed us time to enjoy walking trips and volunteer opportunities.
1st Grade saints are roaming the hallways.
The 8th graders meet the challenges presented at the Penn-York ropes course.
6th Grade Natural Helpers met with area students to discuss ways students can reach out to…
I feel compelled to blog about Catholic Schools. I am the product of a Catholic School education. My children attended Catholic Schools. I have worked in Catholic Schools for most of my professional career. I believe in what we work to accomplish in our Catholic Schools.
Recently, I attended a…
The ICS Walking Club has managed to walk every day during their lunch break. We strive to walk 100 days during the school year.
Dr. Joe Felsen visited our school in the character of Gabby Hayes. Dr. Felsen’s presentation was very informative for both students and staff.