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Campus Master Plan Team Assembled The Indian Springs School Board of Governors has assembled a team of alumni and parents to further consider how Springs will be able to implement the Campus Master Plan approved in September 2012.   Recognizing first and foremost that the unique character and special culture of the school will be fostered, new classrooms, a new arts facility, and new dining hall are envisioned. 

of alumni, alumnae, and parents of alumni/ae to share the needs of the school and the exciting potential of the Campus Master Plan. So far, the team has recruited alumni/ae and parents from the Birmingham region, Washington, D.C., New York, Asheville, N.C., San Francisco and Los Angeles to help.  

“We are absolutely moving ahead,” says Alan Engel. “We have a great team assembled and a strong design. To go ahead with every element of The team is chaired by Lisa the Plan, more alumni from Engel, a former Parents the ‘50s and ‘60s, as well as Association President; Alan younger alumni and alumnae Engel ’73, Chair of the from the ‘70s, ‘80s and now Board Finance Committee; ‘90s, will need to pitch in and Rusty Rushton ’74, Chair in significant ways. As the of the Board Academics alumni population has grown Committee. The team’s goal and grown older, additional is to enlist a broad spectrum leaders are emerging.”

Pictured at a Team Meeting at Rusty and Lia Rushton’s home in December are (front row): Frank Samford ’62, Lia Rushton, Libby Pantazis, (second row) Ginny and Joe Farley ’81, Mike Goodrich ’90, Lisa Engel, Allan Cruse ’59, Alan Engel ’73 and Rusty Rushton ’74. Additional Team Members are Honorary Chair Donald Hess ’66, Ellen McElroy ’78, Robert Aland ’80, John Abbot ’80, Kelly Bodnar Battles ’85, Scott Pulliam ’85, Michael McCullers ’89, Hanson Slaughter ’90, Sydney and Michael Green, Connie and Marshal Urist, and Catherine McLean.  Brandi Rickels (left) and Greg Papay (right) of the Lake/ Flato architecture firm have worked with ISS on the Campus Master Plan effort. They are pictured with parent Kiki Scalise and alumnus parents John and Gerrin McGowan at a school event.

SPRINGS beats altamont in TRIPLE OT thriller I. I believe. I believe that we. I believe that we will win. I believe that we will win! I BELIEVE THAT WE WILL WIN! The Springs student body used this cheer (made famous by Utah State University fans) to inspire the Varsity Boys Basketball Team to a thrilling, come-from-behind, triple-overtime victory over The Altamont School at home on January 18. The Varsity Boys Basketball Team finished 15-7 on the season, taking a six-game winning streak into the Area Tournament, where they lost to a strong Leeds team. Stephen Himic ’13 and Kenechi Ijemere ’14 were named to the All-Area Team. Other highlights of the 2012-2013 sports season so far include: Volleyball – The Volleyball Team finished the fall 2012 season with a 8 i n di a n

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respectable, winning record of 1613. Co-captain and Area All-Tournament Team member Yuka Sanui ’13 led the team in service points and digs, cocaptain Ambria Hardy ’13 led in kills, and Alex Smith ’14 led in assists.  Cross Country – The Cross Country Teams found success throughout the fall 2012 season. Victoria Saenz ’13 shattered her own school record, recording a 5K best of 20:02, and Jessie Hook ’13, Alice Marson ’13 and Paula Simonetti ’13 also contributed to one of the best seasons in school history. After placing second at the AHSAA Section 3-3A championship, the Girls Team went on to finish sixth at the state championship and Saenz earned All-State first-team honors. The Boys Team experienced a great turnaround, running personal records

across the board and pulling out an upset to win the Section 3-3A championship. The Boys Team went on to finish ninth at the state championship, capping off a memorable season. Girls Basketball – The team improved its record this year, winning three more games than last season. Captain Temi Ransome-Kuti ’13 had a terrific season, averaging 14.3 points per game. Springs will lose four valuable seniors but will have 11 returning players next year. ISS spring sports — soccer, baseball, softball, golf and tennis — are just getting underway. Follow them at GO SPRINGS!


ISS Magazine - Spring 2013  
ISS Magazine - Spring 2013  

The magazine continues the school's celebration of its 60th year, with a particular focus on faculty.