Attention Mustangland Incoming Freshmen!!
Attention Mustangland: ON-SITE Registration information has been posted to the HIGH SCHOOL website (Not the ISD Website). Please go to our website and read the important registration information to streamline your ON-SITE Registration experience!
EXCITING NEWS OUT OF MUSTANGLAND: After completing their two-day choreography clinic with 365 Spirit, Ingleside High School Cheerleaders received individual bids to perform at the 2022 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. Help us congratulate this outstanding group from Ingleside HS Cheer, The Spirit Of Mustangland!
UPCOMING CHANGES FOR SCHOOL MEALS: It is important that we provide you with the most up-to-date information so you may plan accordingly for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year. As you may already be aware, the federal government allowed Ingleside ISD and many other school districts across our region to offer free meals to all students after Hurricane Harvey and during the pandemic. However, Congress did not extend this benefit for schools across the state for the 22-23 school year. This means that families that are eligible for free or reduced-price meals must apply to receive them, and all other students must pay full price for their meals. The application process for free and reduced-price meals opens on July 1st; at that time we will know what student meal prices will be set at. It is important that families apply for free or reduced-price meals during registration for their child prior to the start of school. The application will be included in the registration packet. If you have any additional questions, please contact your child's respective campus.
EYES IN THE SKY: **In our tour guide voice** "And if you direct your attention to the left side of Highway 361, coming into Ingleside from Gregory Portland, you'll notice we have some familiar faces on this billboard!" This billboard was made possible through a generous sponsorship by Dairy Queen of Ingleside. We are so excited to have this opportunity to recognize the Ingleside High School Class of 2022 Top Ten Graduates!
🎶 🥁🎺🏆STATE SOLO AND ENSEMBLE CONTEST WINNERS: So proud of our students who placed at the State Level! Two soloists, Trevin Thurman and Colin Thurman, won gold medals! 🥇 Also, the woodwind Ensemble made a Division 2 Excellent rating on the Mozart. Way to go
CITGO DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR: Stephen Muschenheim was selected as a Citgo Distinguished Scholar for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), where he was a high achiever in classes that focused on math and engineering design challenges. He is 1 of 40 students to receive this award out of the entire Coastal Bend. Stephen performed at a Distinguished level, earning the highest rank by his demonstration of integration of procedural knowledge and conceptual understanding to resolve complex and novel real-world problems on his Principles of Engineering Assessment with Project Lead the Way. Stephen will be awarded with a scholarship of $1000! Congratulations, Stephen! He is pictured here with his Math Teacher, Mrs. Rogers and Engineering Teacher, Mr. Penland.
DRUM ROLL PLEASE: Meet the new drum majors of the IHS marching band for the 2022-2023 school year, Adeline Petty and Valerie Hernandez.
Join us for an evening of fun on Thursday, May 5th. Ingleside ISD will be holding the Family Engagement & Community Fair where over 50 different local businesses and non-profits will be coming together to provide FREE giveaways and information for parents and students. There will be food trucks, FREE face painting, and more!
National Child Abuse Prevention Month in April recognizes the importance of families and communities working together to strengthen families to prevent child abuse and neglect. Through this collaboration, prevention services and support helps protect children and produce thriving families. As Mustangs, we stand united to prevent child abuse! For more information, visit: https://www.childwelfare.gov/topics/preventing/preventionmonth/?fbclid=IwAR2Mbq-VkAt7RwOrwmtTCsweBWhPADgVJlVeRffD91Wxh3n--BXElAF4YaM
Did you know that Ingleside ISD has a District app? That's right Mustang Family, you can have instant access to important updates, lunch menus, district event calendars, and be the first to receive push notifications to your device! Download it today by using the following link(s) below or search 'Ingleside ISD, TX' in Google Play or the App Store. Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details... Apple: https://apps.apple.com/.../ingleside-isd-tx/id1410773645...
Leslie Pena breaks her own shotput record! This morning at the Intracoastal Relays in Flour Bluff, Leslie threw and broke her own record set previously this season.
Congratulations to student athlete, Jaxon Mabile, who set a new squat regional record in the 181 class for Powerlifting this morning!
We are so proud of these ladies who are continuing their academic & athletic endeavors. Seniors, Emily Jimenez and Hannah Colyer, signed with colleges to pursue their future aspirations and goals. Emily will play soccer for Schreiner University in Kerrville, TX and Hannah will be cheering for Austin College in Sherman, TX. Congratulations to these hard working ladies, you’ve made your school and community so proud!
Congratulations goes out to, Jaxon Mabile, of Ingleside Mustang-Athletics, as our Student Athlete of the Week! Jaxon, a senior, is ranked 26th in his class and has a 3.86 GPA. He's been a multi sport athlete at Ingleside in both football and powerlifting. Jaxon, will attend Texas A&M Kingsville next fall where and pursue a degree in Civil Engineering. He recently qualified for Regionals in Powerlifting and will compete this Friday in Bishop. He was also recently named Outstanding Lifter at the Agua Dulce Meet, where he won his 181 pound class with a total of 1700 pounds. He is also now a 2-time Student Athlete of the Week. Keep being a great role model Jaxon! The Student Athlete of the Week is presented by: Deanna Stuart: Allstate Insurance Agency. Pictured are: Coach Jimenez and Jaxon Mabile.
Congratulations to Leslie Pena for breaking the IHS Shotput School Record!
OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE: Some outstanding Ingleside High School Students were recognized by the The College Board for their performances on the Preliminary SAT. This important test, known as the PSAT is a practice version of the SAT exam. You can only take the PSAT once per year, and many students take the test in both 10th and 11th grade. If you earn a high score on the PSAT your junior year, you could qualify to receive a National Merit Scholarship. The PSAT is 2 hours and 45 minutes long and tests your skills in reading, writing, and math. Needless to say, they did very well! Let's give the following students a round of applause: Mia Ortiz - National Hispanic Recognition Award/National Rural and Small Town Recognition Award Alexander Robinson - National African American Recognition Award/Rural and Small Town Recognition Award Bianca Torres - National Hispanic Recognition Award/National Rural and Small Town Recognition Award Virginia Hemming - National Rural and Small Town Recognition Award
Hello Mustangland! Please click on the following link to see our IHS Federal Report Card. Federal Report Card Link - https://bit.ly/IHS-Federal-Report-Card Translation is available upon request in our front office as are hard copies. Go Mustangs!!
We'd like to congratulate IHS Senior, Christian Rocha, for being the 1440 KEYS Student Athlete of the Week. Christian, has a 4.0 GPA, is a member of National Honor Society, and is ranked in the top 20 of his class. Christian, will attend Houston Baptist University next fall on an academic scholarship. He plans to major in kinesiology, and wants to work for a sports team in the future. He volunteers his time at Ingleside working the concessions for various sporting events. He's also been a great leader, helping the underclassmen become better at their sports. Keep up the great work, Christian! The Student Athlete of the Week is presented by: Deanna Stuart: Allstate Insurance Agency. Pictured are: Coach L. Williams and Christian Rocha
Hello Mustangland! At approximately 7:30 AM our fire alarm sounded. Students & staff were safely evacuated from the building. The fire department was dispatched & did a thorough check. The building has been cleared & we will have classes as normally scheduled today!