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Congratulations to all cast members and backstage workers on a highly successful production of Into the Woods last week. Kudos to Ms. Spann and Ms. Tanner for leading this effort.
Pictured (left to right): Ms. Tanner, Governor Nathan Deal, 7th grader, Rosemily O’ Bradovich, Mrs. Sandra Deal, and Ms. Spann celebrate Friday’s performance
Congratulations to the Inman Academic Bowl team. In the NATIONAL competition this past weekend, 8th grader, Kedar Veeraswamy finished 46th out of over 800 students from across the United States. The Inman team went 3 and 5. While Inman didn’t make playoffs, the Meet directors were very impressed with Inman’s showing given this was the first time Inman had entered the national competition. We are already revving up for the 2016-17 school year competitions. Thank you Ms. Hughes and Ms. Butler for coaching the team
Inman received many honors at last night’s APS Literacy Awards program. Congratulations to Ms. Moore and the Inman Debate Team, Ms. Kamenitsa and the Inman Reading Bowl Team (Mia McCown, Annie Laster, Clarice Hill, and Rachel Bowdler) , 7th grader Lauren Silcock, award winning mystery writer, and 8th grade ELA teacher, Ms. Baker. Mrs. Baker was honored as one of just two Outstanding ELA teachers for the school district.
Congratulations Inman’s Ms. Smith!
The APS Nutrition Department is proud to announce Ms. Smith as one of the fifteen managers chosen as a 2016 District School Lunch Hero. Ms. Smith is not only an exemplary employee, but she takes pride in the presentation of food being served to students, ensuring that they and their staff exhibit excellent customer service, and demonstrating a positive team player attitude amongst school and central office staff. It is an honor and privilege to have her as part of the APS Nutrition staff, so please join us in expressing our deep appreciation and commendation for his good work.
Serving Healthy Meals for Student Success
Congrats to 7th grader, Lauren Silcock! See article published today in Talk Up APS by Alicia Sands Lurry.
Watch out, J.K. Rowling.
Seventh grader Lauren Silcock may soon take the publishing world by storm, thanks to being crowned middle school winner of the 2016 “Write Your Own Mystery Story Contest.” Earlier this spring, the budding author and Samuel Martin Inman Middle School student won top honors for her short mystery, “A Beautiful Scent,” an adventurous tale set in Glasgow, Scotland.
Congrats to our own Dr. Bockman for winning the Stellar Leader Award! She and seven other APS principals received this award for their commitment to making a difference and effective leadership.
Pictured (L to R): Dr. Dickey, Chief Schools Officer, Dr. Betsy Bockman, Inman Principal, and Dr. Middleton, Associate Superintendent
The Inman Outward Bound Club volunteered at MedShare Saturday morning. We helped pack 256 boxes of medical supplies that are shipping to Ecuador on Monday morning. The supplies are headed for the Ecuadorean coast where more than 12,000 people were injured by a magnitude 7.8 earthquake two weeks ago.
After defeating Paideia at home last week Inman played at Paideia in a rematch, Monday. The boys finished strong winning 10 of 14 matches, highlighted by a comeback tiebreaker win by Scott Whitley. Also victorious were Noah Turbes, Teddy Suazo, Elliot Willner, Gideon Bennett, Lucas Damiani, Leo Hollingworth, and Colin Stanley. The girls again swept through their matches with Paideia 8-0 led by Michelle Durst, with Elizabeth White, Emily Brown, Emma Menzies, Zoey Phillips, Anna Fedorova and Annie Laster also winning matches. Great job tennis team!