Dear Students, Parents, Prospective Parents, Staff and Community Friends,

It is hard to believe that the end of the year is upon us! We have had some great times! From an exciting award assembly to fabulous luncheons and making an art gallery turn into the “Blue Room” full of 1,000 cranes to a wonderful graduation. Thank you for making this 2017-2018 school year an absolute blast! It has been amazing seeing all of you students grow, dance and get together, sing and play instruments, as well as bond into the mature and great students that you are. I especially enjoyed seeing all of your talents at our school wide talent show and the amazing Field Day that included the football, and basketball games as well as the barbeque by our very own Crisis Coordinator Mr. Ed. This past year has had so many incredible moments that I can’t possibly begin to list them all. However, I want to specially thank our wonderful staff, hospital administration, school districts and families for supporting all of our exciting Innovations Academy activities. A special congratulation goes out to our students that participated in our yearlong ProLeaguem activities of football, basketball, soccer, and volleyball. The coaches along with our drivers and PE teacher played an exceptional role in our tremendous success. Besides this, it goes without saying that we have an incredibly hardworking staff and student-body here. Teachers and students set high expectations for students’ academic, social and emotional growth, and they rose to the occasion!

Everyone who enters Innovations Academy’s doors has had a hand in ensuring our students’ academic, social and emotional success in one way or another. What unites us all is our dedication to our students and our desire to see them succeed. As you take time to read this newspaper and reflect upon the past school year, think about all that we have accomplished this year. I know that Innovations Academy will have continued success because of each of you.

Thank you to the students, staff, school districts and families for the many life lessons that were learned, given and received graciously, and truly having fun throughout this year. Let all of us keep this spirit of caring for others fresh within us throughout this summer break and I look forward to seeing all of you in the new school year in August. Remember to be safe and be kind to one another. I wish you and your families a happy, healthy and safe summer.

Best wishes for a great summer and upcoming 2018-19 school year!

Thank you,

Dr. Ariel Correa