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Principal David Welch pictured with students who exemplify the STARS behavior at Illing Middle School.
Learn about our STARS program at IMS!
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NEW Amendment to cell phone policy: Upon arrival to Illing, all students are required to turn off devices and place them in her/his locker. Students may use cell phones at the end of the school day; 2:45 on regular days and 12:40 on shortened days.
Late Bus: Monday Tuesday & Thurday
Congratulations to Maximino Rivas and Taj Williams for winning first place in the Manchester PAL 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament
Our Mission Statement
Illing Middle School makes a daily commitment to foster respect and an appreciation for life-long learning while developing the gifts and talents of all students within a diverse community
Oct 2: Grade Seven Open House-details
Oct 3: Grade Eight Open House-details
Oct 9: IMS Cheerleading fundraiser at Sweet Frog in Manchester 6-9 pm
Oct 14: No School Columbus Day
Oct 16: Half Day 12:40 Dismissal- Staff PD
MHS Student Area:
Students coming to IMS from the high school to pick up siblings, attend school events, or to visit staff must wait in the designated area at the back of the Illing parking lot. They will not be allowed access to the building until 3:00. Students must have a pass to visit a staff member.
IMS Safety and Security
IMPORTANT: Students are not allowed to enter the building until 7:45 policy
CT State Board of Education regulations state that students who are absent or leave for more than half of the school day will be marked absent from school.
NEW 8 week CREC program
the Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts Saturday Arts Program
9/28 - 11/23
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Main Office: 647-3400
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