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Shamrocks + Rampage

. . . Feb. 2, 2018

Our IWHS dance team, the Emeraldettes, will be performing on February 2 at the San Antonio Rampage game.  Below is a link for tickets and a food voucher.  Let’s go out and support our Shamrocks!!!  For more information please contact Coach Hernandez at vnhernan@uiwtx.edu

 

   Deadline to order: January 29

 

   Flyer for Rampage/Emeraldettes game

 


IWHS Campus Ministry is selling Poinsettias beginning Nov. 20. Each plant is $12 and will be delivered on Tues, Dec. 12. The final day to order is Friday, Dec. 8, and plants must be picked up on Tuesday.  Please submit the order form below with a check to Mrs. Gloria Clayton, Director of Campus Ministry. The order form may be left at the front desk.

 

Poinsettias make wonderful gifts to brighten this Holiday Season.

 

Poinsettia Order Form

 

 


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Incarnate Word High School will hold Open House on Saturday, Oct. 21,

from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Tour the campus and visit with teachers, coaches and students to learn about the many opportunities IWHS has to offer.

Please RSVP to the enrollment office at IWHSEnroll@uiwtx.edu or contact us 829-3123.

 

 


"Snow White" - Theatre Production“Mirror, Mirror on the Wall,  Who’s the Fairest of Them All?”

Everybody knows the story of Snow White, but what’s the story of the Evil Queen? This classic story with a twist reveals the story from the villain’s perspective starting from a tragic childhood to a longing for revenge. Come join seven untidy dwarves, a socially awkward prince, a sarcastic mirror, a dancing chicken, and the lovely Snow White as the Incarnate Word High School Theatre Company performs Marjorie Sokoloff’s “Snow White,” September 14-16 at 7 p.m. in the McGowen Gym.


 

Solar Eclipse Event:  

 

Shamrocks extended their science lessons outside with a viewing of the solar eclipse on August 21 a little before 1:09 p.m.. The Science Department provided a few viewing devices for students who gathered outside in the school parking lot. Students used pinhole cameras to safely project images of the sun.                        

Shadow a Shamrock

Shamrock Shadow Program is in full swing as many 8th graders from schools across the city have already visited. It is a great opportunity to learn of the academic, spiritual and athletic opportunities that await students interested in pursuing a unique and exemplary high school experience. For more information, contact the Director of Enrollment, Carli Valverde at IWHSEnroll@uiwtx.edu.


 


 


 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

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