There are a number of charter school organizations attempting to come into Volusia County. As you may have seen on our website, the Ivy Hawn organization is beginning the process of expanding our schools. The intent is a new high school and a new separate middle school in Orange City in 2018. The high school will be the “Ivy Hawn High School of the Arts and Sciences” and the middle school will be the “Ivy Hawn Middle School of Arts and Technology”. Please do not confuse our projected new school with any others! Everything connected to us will have the “Ivy Hawn” name. If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com
8th Grade Graduation
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Congratulations Sawyer Jennings!
Under the direction of Mrs. Brush, 5th grader Sawyer Jennings placed first in his age group in the state of Florida and 2nd best of show in state across all age groups k-12 for his duck stamp project.
Early Release Days
We are back on early release days! School day will end again on Wednesdays at 2:30 pm!
We need your help! Please take a minute to complete our survey regarding transportation for next school year. Click Here
**Safety reminder to families:
Lakeview Dr. can not be used as a second parent loop. We do not have parking rights to the apartments, Creative Arts Learning Academy, or Volusia Academy of Gymnastics and Dance. Lakeview Dr. is used for buses to exit only. Please continue to use the front of the school for parent drop-off and pick-up. Please click Ivy Hawn Parent Pick Up and Bus locations and Ivy Hawn Traffic-Pattern-and-Parking-Procedures for a detailed map and descriptions. Thank you for your support in keeping all students safe!
Parents please review our uniform policy with your student(s). A letter also went home with them Friday, October 28th. Click Here
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Dear Parents, the attached survey plays an important part in the betterment of your child’s education at Ivy Hawn Charter School of the Arts! By completing this survey, we will be eligible to receive funds from a federal program called E-Rate. These funds must be used to develop and upgrade programs as well as upgrades to our actual hardware.
We have already met minimum requirements for the E-Rate program based on free and reduced lunch participants. At this time, we only need 90% of our parents to complete the survey.
Thank you in advance for your help!
Kelly Conway, Principal