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            Commencement 2020

            • A MESSAGE FROM PRINCIPAL DUNNE:

              IPrep Families,

              I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for all of your support over these last few months.  The staff did a remarkable job with the transition to virtual teaching and I want to commend all of the parents for partnering with us in support of the students.

              I also wanted to take a moment to congratulate the Class of 2020.  Their virtual graduation ceremony is posted on the IPrep web site and a condensed version will be aired on WUTV this Saturday at 8 p.m. I hope you can take some time to tune in.

               On Spectrum / Fios Cable = channel 8

              Antennae channel = 49

              Satellite=  channel 49

              Also, congratulations to our last graduating 8th grade class.  Good luck in high school.

              For the students that were unsuccessful in your classes we are currently registering you for virtual summer school which will take place from July 16th – August 13th. You will be receiving a letter in the mail with more information.

              If your child has not picked up their locker belongings they have next week only.  They can pick them up at the Normal street doors Monday, Wednesday or Friday from 11-1.  They will be disposed of after that, so pleased make every effort to pick them up.

              At this point in time, we don’t know what the future holds but I am confident that our dedicated staff and caring school families will be prepared to take on whatever challenges lie ahead of us for the 20-21 school year.

              Please be safe!

              Mrs. Dunne

            They came here as refugees. They leave high school as valedictorian and salutatorian

            Sara Kattan and her brother, Bashar, weathered a lifetime of sacrifice before they arrived at International Preparatory School, where half of the 600 students are immigrants from across the world. The youngest of five children, the Kattans fled Syria in 2012 and traveled to Lebanon for a year and then to Jordan for three years with their parents, Mohammad Kattan and Majeda Mustafa, and siblings.

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