Emergency Prearedness Training
ICC will host and emergency preparedness training on Friday, April 8, 2022. This exercise will begin at 10:00 AM at the Brockwell campus and will involve multiple fire departments, law enforcement, ambulance and county entities. The exercise will also be an assessment for the students taking Mr. Blankenship's Emergency Preparedness Class.
The ReadyCheckGo program through the Arkansas Department of Health allows parents to register their students for a weekly Covid screening test. The nasal swab is not invasive and can even be performed by students on themselves if the student desires. Parents who are interested in their student(s) participating in this program will need to register their student(s) at the following link:
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Choose Izard County Consolidated from the drop-down menu.
Choose which campus your student attends- either elementary or middle/high school.
2021-22 Academic Year
Due to an increase of positive cases in our area in recent days, all students and staff are strongly encouraged to wear masks when school begins on August 16th. Masks are not required but we highly recommend their usage at this time. We will have masks available at school for students and staff or students and staff may bring their own masks. It is our aim to provide a safe learning environment for everyone while at school and we will continue to provide extra cleaning procedures and practice social distancing as much as possible. We will continue to follow required state quarantine guidelines.
We also have a state-approved K-12 Virtual Academy available. The K-6 program will be synchronous learning with students engaged simultaneously online with their teacher. The 7-12 program will involve flexible scheduling for the students with ICC teachers. Our Campus Connection Coach will make weekly contact to ensure the success of each student. Chromebooks will be provided for each virtual student with any needed materials and breakfast and lunch will also be delivered to each virtual student. We have an orientation meeting for virtual students scheduled for Tuesday, August 10, at 6 p.m. If interested in the virtual option for your child or children, contact Campus Connection Coach Molly Koelling at firstname.lastname@example.org or (870) 322-7229, or apply online at http://icc.k12.ar.us/virtual-academy1.html
IC Virtual Academy
National School Breakfast and Lunch Program
Beginning September 1, 2020 all Izard County Consolidated School District students will be provided meals at no charge. The district was approved by the Child Nutrition Unit of the Arkansas Department of Education to provide all students in the Izard County Consolidated School District the opportunity to eat all meals free every day for the next four years.
Parents/guardians still must complete the 2020-21 household application form, but all students will be eligible for free meals regardless of income.
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Student Learning Plan