National School Breakfast Week

National School Breakfast Week (NSBW) is a weeklong celebration from March 4–8 of the federal School Breakfast Program, which provides nearly 12.5 million low-income children with a nutritious morning meal each school day. Celebration activities during NSBW can raise awareness about the healthy breakfasts served at school, increase student participation, offer a platform to share successful implementation strategies, and […]

the Central Indiana Regional Science Fair 2019

Mr. Andac’s students participated in the Central Indiana Regional Science Fair on Saturday, March 2nd at Marian University. Jesse G(9th grade) and Daniel F(9th Grade) represented IMSA North. Both did a really good job.   Please congratulate Jesse and Daniel, when you see them!   Jesse G was awarded two special awards:   Award 1: Certificate […]

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Black History Month Program 2019

February is the month we celebrate African American history. The celebration of Black History Month began as “Negro History Week,” which was created in 1926 by Carter G. Woodson, a noted African American historian, scholar, educator, and publisher. It became a month-long celebration in 1976. The month of February was chosen to coincide with the […]

MS Robotics Team AltF4 Advanced to State Championship

Our MS robotics team participated in VexIQ tournament last Saturday. Our team got the 1st place and won Teamwork Challenge Award and the Robot skills Award. We qualified to the State Finals. It will be held at Lucas oil Studium on March 9th 2019. Congratulations to Coach Mr. Turker and Patrick, Toby, Heriberto #weareconcept #vexiq  

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Our school has been granted PLTW Cybersecurity Class by the IDOE

Indiana Math and Science Academy North awarded a PLTW Cybersecurity Grant from the IDOE! One more way we are extending STEM opportunities for students! #stem #cybersecurity

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Shoe Closets Inc

Shoe Closets Inc. has selected Indiana Math and Science Academy North as their first Charter school to receive their services.  Shoes Closets Inc. provides new sneakers, to kids in need, through school closets.  Barbara Olmstead founded this charitable program in 2014.  Since then, more than 6,000 pairs of shoes , serving more than 10,000 students, […]

Season for Sharing: Girls on the Run races toward confidence and self-esteem

A group of girls on foot round the corner of the parking lot at their north-side K-12 charter school, clutching at hats, scarves and gloves their coach gave them to stay warm on the chilly fall day. One runner halts and is met with “Don’t stop — you’ve got this” and other encouraging words from her teammates, […]

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PLTW Biomedical Science Class

IMSA North offered a new course for High School Students this year, Project Lead The Way: Principles of Biomedical Science. Students in this course get introduced to a “death” of a fictional character on the first day of class and throughout the year go through all of the medical issues the character had while doing […]

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STARBASE Stem Program

5th grade has had an incredible opportunity to go to D.O.D. StarBase for the last 5 weeks. We have been working on STEM activities that use the Indiana State Standards.  We have learned about compounds and elements and how they get their names. We experimented and learned the difference between a chemical and physical change. […]

Butler Leadership Communication Institute

Students received a certificate and a generous gift bag from Butler. Afterwards, a lunch celebration was held at Qdoba. Next year, IMSA-North will launch the full Institute of 10 sessions with Butler University inviting 20 HS students to be a part of this stellar program.  Michael Dunn, Ed.S. Director of Curriculum & Instruction