When Deanna Director was growing up, her mother always told her to aim for the stars So she set her sights on the stratosphere and although she’s only 28, it’s already been quite a ride. For starters, the graduate of Indian River Charter High School is an advertising copywriter in New York City and wrote a Bud Light commercial that aired during the Super Bowl. She’s on a first name basis with Jon Hamm, aka Don Draper, the main character in the ubiquitously popular, ‘60s-era television series about the advertising industry, “Mad Men.” She’s also got an “in” with her idols, “Saturday Night Live” comedy team Matt and Oz. And, the writers for “Homeland,” a Showtime television series, have Director and her sister Caroline Director’s Valentine’s Day cards hanging from their office ceiling. But, her most recent foray into the big time was just a couple of weeks ago when she was personally invited by the Farrelly Brothers to walk the red carpet at the premier of their newest film, “Dumb and Dumber To.” Director and two friends from Vero Beach were flown to Hollywood on an all-expense paid trip. “It was a dream come true,” says Director from her apartment on Manhattan’s upper East Side (that’s Carrie Bradshaw’s neighborhood, for “Sex and the City” fans). The movie opened in theaters nationwide Nov. 14. A dream is born Director has had a “weird type of fascination with Jim Carrey” since age 9, she says, when she first saw the original […]
A dismissed student may re-apply to IRCHS at any time. However, the school recommends re-application after the completion of at least one whole semester away from IRCHS. This application is subject to review by a Peer Review Committee and administration. Peer Review Committees are formed semi-annually: Prior to winter break in December and prior to school closing. The Peer Review Committee consists of a group of students who convene to review the re-application of a dismissed student or a student who may have withdrawn prior to dismissal. A majority vote is needed. It is convened by the Dean of Students who is a non-voting member. The Peer Review will take place on Thursday, December 11th @ 4:00 PM. Students must report to the front office. For questions or more information please contact Mrs. Linda Colontrelle, Dean of Students at 772.567.6600 ext. 239 Please note the revision in blue.
VAPA Show 11/19 – 11/21 (Journey into Ancient Lands) 1 VAPA Door Operator – will assist in ensuring the traffic will flow smoothly from kitchen to main dining area at coordinated times. 1 Kitchen Supervisor – will assist with the supervision of getting students the correct meals to the correct seats 1 Water Table Supervisor – ensure that water and tea pitchers remain full and distributed to assigned students 2 Server Supervisors – will assist student servers and keep flow in and out of the kitchen 1 Floor Supervisor – will assist student servers and bussers on main floor, help to identify tables that need assistance *Previous restaurant experience is a plus but is not needed. Training is provided to all volunteers. This is definitely not a volunteer opportunity to pass up! It is one of our most exciting evenings. We hope to hear from you soon! SIGN-UP / QUESTIONS: Annie Blakeslee via e-mail [email protected]
Indian River Charter High School is proud to announce its third annual Soup Bowl Fundraiser for the Samaritan Center. The fundraiser will be held on Thursday, November 13, at 11:30 AM under the IRCHS “Charter Dome”. Students and parents are welcome to come and get soup and a bowl for $6.00 or just soup for $4.00. The bowls were made by the Ceramic I students and decorated with designs based on the “Ancient” curriculum theme. The Ceramic II & III students will assist in the sales and the serving of a delicious selection of soups.
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