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Congratulations Top 10 Congratulations Top 10
Congratulations to the members of the Class of 2017 Academic Top 10: Ben Artrip, Jesse Belitz, Anna Buczek, Kevin Clymer, Alec Coutris, Matt Halamek, Nathan Porochonski, Sabré Randall, Christian Seif, and Lauren Taras.
 
The annual Top 10 Dinner was held at the Civic Center on May 22. This dinner is presented each year by the Independence Board of Education. These students have reached the greatest heights of academic excellence, involvement in athletics and activities, and are have great character. We are proud of these students, as they have all played a part in making I.H.S. such a wonderful school.
Independence Middle Schools Sixth Graders Make a Difference in Community Independence Middle Schools Sixth Graders Make a Difference in Community
Over the past six years, Independence Middle School's iMovement (Pay it Forward) Day has raised more than $10,000, handed out more than 500 gift cards, cleaned up 50 homes, passed out thousands of bottles of water, helped serve lunch to more than 500 seniors, passed out dozens of trays of bakery to our city services, and so much more. Most importantly, our students and staff have created a wonderful place for people to live and work and a place that people are proud to call home...a place where people know their neighbors will take care of them. #IPRIDE at its finest.
Independence High School Freshmen Class Participates  in 2nd Annual Health Fair Independence High School Freshmen Class Participates in 2nd Annual Health Fair
On Friday, May 26, the freshmen class at Independence High School participated in the 2nd Annual Health Fair. In the morning, students participated in listening to four different guest speaker sessions. Topics included stroke, lung and skin cancer, healthy eating, and drug awareness. Students also visited an adult-led health fair where they learned about driving distracted, drunk driving, blood pressure, organ donation, and the local strong style fitness gym. In the afternoon, students advocated for their health topic by teaching other Independence High School students what they learned through a presentation board and an educational activity. In all, more than 100 students and adults participated in this event.

Click here to watch highlights of the event.
Important 25 & Alive Survey Important 25 & Alive Survey
Help us better understand youth risk and protective behaviors in our community. Take part in the City of Independence's 25 & Alive Community Perception Survey and enter to win a Visa gift card.

To take the survey, you must be 18 years or older and live or work in Independence, Brecksville, Broadview Heights or North Royalton. Your participation is confidential and can help make a difference.

Independent researchers from the Begun Center for Violence Prevention Research and Education will be conducting this survey in Brecksville, Broadview Heights, North Royalton and Independence to evaluate and guide substance abuse prevention efforts. Each community’s results are confidential and will only be shared with that community.

Partnering organizations include the Community Awareness and Prevention Association, the Partnership for a Healthy North Royalton and the City of Independence's 25 & Alive.

Click here to take the survey Community Perception Survey. After you are finished, you will be directed to a separate link to register to win one of three $250 Visa Gift Card.
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