Cache County School District Offers Free Mental Health Screening for InTech Students, January 31st and February 1st

Cache County School District is hosting a free Mental Health Screening January31st & February 1st from 3:30-6:30pm. The event is free to all InTech students. Screenings will address depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, substance abuse, etc. This free 30-minute screening is not a full psychological evaluation. Clinical diagnosis will not be made. Screenings are Online or in-person appointmeRead More…

InTech and BTECH Collaboration Offers Students Unique Opportunities in Automation Technology

InTech is fortunate to partner with BTECH to provide students with experiences in Automation Technology (electronics, robotics, engineering, etc). As part of our partnership, InTech hosts “BTECH East” – one classroom and one teacher (Ms. Rowles) in our building. Along with providing BTECH courses during the regular school day, Ms. Rowles also supervises InTech’s AM STEM program for students who Read More…

Parent-Teacher-Student Conference Scheduling (January 18th & 19th)

Welcome Parents! We’re excited to be able to meet with you. All PTSC meetings will be held virtually through Google Meet and must be scheduled in advance below. Though we would like to meet with everyone, we have a limited amount of time available during PTSC and we would like to reserve PTSC availability for those with specific questions or concerns. We request that you only schedule a meeRead More…

InTech’s Annual Food Drive: 1186 Items Donated to the Food Bank, Pie Tradition Continues

InTech held is (quasi) annual food d rive managed by student leadership. This year’s haul included 1186 items that were donated to the food bank. A fairly new tradition also continued: Students can use their donations to vote for a faculty member to “pie” Mr. Stanger (those honors went to Ms. Gonzales). The second place vote getter (Mr. Trauntvein) “pies” the last place vote getter (Mr. Stull)Read More…