INDIAN CREEK INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

INDIAN CREEK INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

INDIAN CREEK INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

INDIAN CREEK INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

INDIAN CREEK INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

1000 South Indian Creek Drive Trafalgar, IN 46181

317.878.2160

Doors open for car riders at 7:45 a.m. Classes start at 8:15 a.m.
Afternoon pick-up begins at 3:05 p.m. and continues until concluded.

WELCOME TO ICIS

Kim Davis, Intermediate School Principal

It is my privilege to work alongside the students, staff, and parents at ICIS. Our school is home to approximately 455 students in the third, fourth and fifth grades. We have created an educational environment in which each student is challenged and encouraged to achieve his or her potential.

Our team builds leadership opportunities and educational experiences that help students find their strengths and grow into their passions. From our choirs singing in the community to our robotics team competing at the state level, we strive to provide an array of opportunities for students to shine. ICIS is proud to compete in the Indiana Spell Bowl, Math Bowl and Science Bowl along with hosting an Art Club, Video Club and Mile Club.

We hope our passion for learning and advocating for our students is obvious in all that we do. We take pride in the role we play in our community and the family we have built at ICIS.  

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GREETINGS, STUDENTS AND STAFF!

We are excited about another great year at Indian Creek Schools. Here is the latest information on schedules, supply lists, health protocols and remote learning protocols. Check back here often and on our Facebook pages for official updates from our administrators and staff.

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ELEMENTARY AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION TRAFFIC FLOW

Beginning Monday, August 9, 2021

Indian Creek is embarking on our largest project in decades, one that will change the face of our school by adding a fieldhouse and auditorium to our campus! We are extremely excited for this project that will begin on Monday, August 9. Please be aware that the traffic flow for ICES and ICIS students will change significantly as the entire drive and parking areas located behind ICMS/ICHS will be closed as the construction takes place (approximately two years!). Please review the updated map and read this information CAREFULLY!

Morning Drop Off – From Monday, August 9, 2021 until further notice
  • ICES students only
  • Enter campus through the south entrance of the parking lot
  • Follow drive behind the schools (south side) and pull along the curb on the west side of ICES (Door #8)
  • Once car is parked and students are released by the attendant, student(s) should exit car and use the sidewalk to walk to the door
  • Due to multiple car riders, parents MAY NOT PARK and walk students to the building
  • Exit by completing a loop (U-Turn) and heading back in the direction you came to 300 to exit.
  • Students may be dropped off beginning at 7:30 a.m.
ICIS students only
  • Enter campus through the south entrance of the parking lot
  • Veer right and pull to the curb of ICIS
  • Once car is parked, student(s) should exit car and use the sidewalk to walk to the door
  • Due to multiple car riders, parents MAY NOT PARK and walk students to the building
  • Exit through the north entrance
  • Students may be dropped off beginning at 7:30 a.m.
ICES AND ICIS Students
  • Follow directions for ICES students
  • Drop off your ICES and ICIS students at the elementary exit
  • ICIS students will walk through the ICES building to their classroom
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Afternoon Pick Up – From Monday, August 9, 2021 until further notice
  • All parents with ICES and/or ICIS students will enter through the NORTH entrance for pick-up.
  • The drive in front of the ICIS building will become one-way heading south.
  • Parents will wrap around the south side of the ICIS/ICES buildings to line up on the west side of the school and wrap around on the south side of the school. The drive on the south side of the ICIS/ICES buildings will become ONE-WAY during the afternoon.
  • All ICES and ICIS students will be released from the ICES cafeteria door (#16) on the north side of the building
  • Students in the car rider line will not be released until 3:10 p.m., or after the buses leave for ICMS/ICHS
  • Pick-up Patrol is a new app being used in the car rider line that will help identify which parents are in line and ready for pick-up once they have pulled to the door

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LATEST BIG NEWS

Sep 7 2021

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Color Walk to Support ICHS Choir Activities

Organizers are hoping to raise $8,000 to fund competition fees, music, transportation fees, costumes and other expenses for the high school choir.

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Aug 31 2021

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Davis Named New Indian Creek Intermediate School Principal

She served as the Indian Creek Middle School assistant principal for seven years.

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Aug 27 2021

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Important Changes to Indian Creek Traffic Flow

Be advised beginning Monday, August 30 traffic flow will change around our campus.

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Aug 27 2021

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High School Resuming Class Live Stream Option On August 30

Principal Skobel outlines expectations for high school students who are forced to stay home because of COVID-19.

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    OUR VISION

    The vision of the Nineveh-Hensley-Jackson United School Corporation is that of a dynamic organization that will work in partnership with the family and community to maintain and provide adequate resources for a safe, disciplined, and productive environment where all students and highly competent and committed adults are meaningfully engaging in learning. Our curriculum design and instructional practices will provide the knowledge, attitudes, skills, and habits for all students to become responsible citizens in American society, life-long learners, and successful participants in a global and technological society.

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    Indian Creek Intermediate School


    Indian Creek Middle School


    Our Mission

    The Indian Creek Intermediate School creates an educational environment in which each student is challenged and encouraged to achieve his or her potential.

    Indian Creek Schools Indiana

    Indian Creek Intermediate School serves students in grades 3, 4 and 5. Having only three grade levels allows opportunities to tailor our academic curriculum and our special activities and programs to meet the unique needs of our students.

    The ICIS staff is very caring and dedicated to giving each student the best education possible. ICIS staff is highly involved in the staff development process and the creation of a standards-based curriculum to make learning and instruction relevant to the students. The Parent Teacher Organization is very active and supportive of the school's academic programming. Many adult volunteers enhance the social and academic learning process. All parents are encouraged to be an integral part of their child’s life at Indian Creek Intermediate School.

    Lessons are designed to teach the curriculum while instilling sound morals and a positive work ethic teaching kids personal responsibility. Cooperation in and out of the classroom setting is expected and teachers present many opportunities for students to work in cooperative groups. Each student in the building has a Chromebook that they use throughout the day to meet the academic activities presented to them. The average class size is less than 24 students. For 55 minutes each day, students participate in Art, Music, or Physical Education. Our media specialist instructs students in library skills and oversees the school-wide reading incentive program that gets students excited about reading. Students have access to multiple electronic learning programs.

    ICIS consistently places near the top of Johnson County in the standardized assessments given to students across the state. The students’ language arts and mathematics ISTEP scores are consistently the highest while comparing Morgan County schools as well. The third-grade students have passed the IREAD3 Assessment at 90% or higher on the first assessment for each year the assessment has been in existence. The success of the assessments is great, but preparing the students for future success beyond the Intermediate School is our school objective.


    TEACHERS' WEBSITES

    Fourth Grade

    Lora Kyle 

    K-8 Technology Integration Specialist

    Ali King

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