Indianola Community Directory
As parents, we look for ways to enrich our child’s education. We enroll them in athletic or artistic activities during the year and look for history, robotic, or coding camps during the summer. But how do we find enrichment as parents? By volunteering as a coach or serving in our communities we gain unique experiences. I also encourage you to volunteer here at Indianola. It is a wonderful experience to observe your child in the classroom setting as you read with other students or help fill Friday folders. You quickly learn classmates’ names as you open yogurt tubes or thermoses in the cafeteria. Getting to know other parents as you organize Wellness Week events, serve on a Carnival committee, or attend a PTO meeting enriches you during your child’s years at Indianola.
We want you to choose how you serve in our community. There are roles that can accommodate various work schedules – stop in on a lunch break even! Indicate your volunteer interests in the Indianola Directory below so we can begin to plan for next year’s activities.
Whether you are new to our school, ready to volunteer, or not, please complete the directory info form (linked below). Contact information is helpful to organize summertime get-togethers and give kids a chance to write each other while they are apart (snail mail or parent’s email).
Tricia Porostosky, Parent Consultant
May 26 – 2016 Alumni College Award applications DUE
May 29 – Memorial Day (NO SCHOOL)
May 30 – Field Day K/1 and Middle School
May 30 – 8th Grade Art Gala (6:30-8 pm)
May 31 – 8th grade Completion Ceremony (2:00 pm)
June 1 – Last Day of School/Drum Out (3:00 pm – Buses/Dismissal at 3:30 pm)
June 1 – Elementary Report Cards Go Home, MS report cards mailed home
Mileage Club will return next school year!
Auction: 18 Holes of Golf
You thought the silent auction at the carnival was over? 18 Holes of Golf at Willow Run Golf Course was not bid on at the live silent auction at the carnival. Here’s your chance to help the PTO raise money for the school and have some fun!! Located just east of Columbus, this is a perfect Father’s Day gift or gift for any golf enthusiast. The winner will receive 18 holes of golf for a foursome with golf carts.
Beginning at 6 p.m. TONIGHT and ending on the last day of school, you can go to www.32auctions.com/indycarnival and bid on this item online! Bidding starts at just $25, there is a “buy it now” price of $128. Feel free to share the auction’s website with friends and family who might be interested!
Head Lice Information
Head lice is a common problem among young children. Inform yourself here so you can identify and treat head lice should you find them and as you prepare for camps this summer. Although a nuisance, it is not a serious condition and can be successfully treated. What to look for: Head lice are tiny grayish white insects. They cannot fly or jump, but can crawl. Sometimes lice are difficult to find in a child’s hair. The lice eggs (nits) are much easier to see. They are about the size of a pinhead, shaped like a teardrop and vary in color. Nits are tightly attached to a single hair shaft and cannot be washed or brushed out. They are commonly found in the hair at the back of the neck or behind the ears.
Field Day Schedule
Tues. May 30:
K/1st grades 9:15-11:00
Middle School 1:30-3:00
Parent volunteers are welcome and encouraged, including volunteers for set up (come early)!
Annual 8th Grade Art Gala
May 30, 6:30-8:00 pm
8th graders will be having a culminating art exhibit to celebrate their 3 year long experience in the art department, and their whole time at Indianola! On display on the ground floor hallway will be their final Inspired Self-Portraits, and various other pieces.
8th grade parents are encouraged to sign up to volunteer: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0549A4A72EA13-artgala
All staff, teachers, and 8th grade parents are invited to come to the Gala, and celebrate the incredible Indy arts and congratulate our 8th graders!!!
Walk in the Pride Parade with CCS
Join CCS teachers, staff, students, community partners, and more. All friends, family, alumni, and allies are welcome to march with us! Saturday, June 17, 2017 at 8:30am.
Summer School Registration is Open!
Register online today for Elementary and Middle School students. High School registration opens June 5. Locations, dates and times listed here. Online registration requires your child’s student identification number which can be found on his/her past report cards. Summer school information packets are available here.