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Classroom Spotlight

  • Interboro High School Early Learning Academy Pre-K Classroom!

    Posted by Kelin Spina on 5/30/2020

    Celebrate a year full of fun and learning at the Interboro High School Early Learning Academy Pre-K Classroom!

    Interboro High School Pre-K Classroom Video!
    Interboro High School Pre-K Classroom Video!

    We had a great year of fun and learning and we will miss all of our "big kid friends"! We can't wait to start Kindergarten next year!

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  • Classroom Spotlight: Science Speakers Series

    Posted by Kelin Spina on 3/3/2020

    On March 2nd, Interboro alumna Heather Hassel-Finnegan, an environmental scientist and Executive Director (CEO) at the Community's Foundation, visited the high school to speak with our students about careers in the sciences!

    Heather Hassel-Finnegan

    Her presentation in the auditorium was followed by a round table discussion for any interested female students about what it is like to be a woman in science.

    science speakers series

    Stay tuned for more upcoming Speakers!

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Absence Reporting


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    Excused/Lawful Absence

    For purposes of this policy, the following conditions or situations constitute reasonable cause for absence from school:

        Illness, including if a student is dismissed by designated district staff during school hours for health-related reasons.
        Obtaining professional health care or therapy service rendered by a licensed practitioner of the healing arts in any state, commonwealth or territory.
        Family emergency.
        Recovery from accident.
        Required court attendance.
        Death in family.
        Participation in a project sponsored by a statewide or countywide 4-H, FFA or combined 4-H and FFA group, upon prior written request.
        ​Observance of a religious holiday observed by bona fide religious group, upon prior written parental request.
        Nonschool - sponsored educational tours or trips, if the following conditions are met.
            The parent/guardian submits a written request for excusal prior to the absence.
            The student's participation has been approved by the Superintendent or designee.
            The adult directing and supervising the tour or trip is acceptable to the parents/guardians and the Superintendent.
        College or postsecondary institution visit, with prior approval.
        Other urgent reasons. Urgent reasons shall be strictly construed and do not permit irregular attendance.


    Planning a trip during the school year which will require your child to miss school? Download the "Pre-Approval Non-Educational Trip Form" here.


    Click here to view the Interboro School District Attendance Policy.


Student of the Month

  • Student of the Month

    Celebrating our Winter Interboro High School Students of the Month & Athletes of the Season!


    The students pictured above were awarded "student of the month" for December, January, or February or, they were awarded "athlete of the season" for the Winter season.

    Each month, the teachers at Interboro High School nominate one student from every grade, and one “at-large” candidate, for student of the month. From among the many nominations, the Student of the Month Committee selects one student recipient per grade and an “at-large” recipient. The at-large category gives staff members a chance to nominate an exemplary student outside of a grade category. 

    Students of the Month are selected because they embody the Interboro High School PBIS pillars--Be Here, Be Responsible, Be Respectful which are described in detail below:

    • Be Here: These students are both physically and mentally present each day. They come to school ready to learn and actively participate in the classroom and school activities.
    • Be Responsible: These students are reliable. Despite their many commitments, they meet deadlines, and can be counted on to fulfill their obligations.
    • Be Respectful: These students behave maturely towards staff and are kind to their fellow students. They make eye contact, use appropriate language, and are polite in all their interactions.

    The Interboro High School Student of the Month award is presented to a student who demonstrates presence, respect, and responsibility. The student who receives this award is therefore commended for embodying the ideals of scholarship and service that we hold in high regard.

    The Interboro High School Athlete of the Season award is presented to a student who demonstrates presence, respect, and responsibility as both a student and an athlete. The student who receives this award is therefore commended for embodying the ideals of scholarship, teamwork, and athleticism that we hold in high regard.


Teacher of the Month

  • Sue Maze - Teacher of the Month

    Please join us in congratulating our February Teacher of the Month--Sue Maze (pictured right with Katie Malenich, pictured left, one of the several teachers who nominated Sue).

    Sue is a caring and positive presence in our building, and she brightens the day for students and staff alike.

    A special education teacher, Sue works with her students to help them reach their career goals.

    We are so fortunate to have Sue as a member of the Interboro High School Staff!

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