District Office Hours
Mon - Fri
7:30 - 4:30
While this inclement weather creates rocky schedules for us all, we want to be sure our teachers have enough time to wrap up the grades and assessments for the second quarter and first semester. In order to make that happen, we have extended the deadline for teachers to submit those grades. Second quarter grade cards will also be pushed back to accommodate this extension and will now be available on the PowerSchool Student & Parent Portal at the end of the day on Monday, January 22. Students in grades 4-12 can also access the report card using their district network account. Report cards are not available through the PowerSchool mobile app.
If you have not yet setup your parent portal account, please review the instructions that were sent home earlier this year to all households with information on how to create a parent account and how to connect your student(s) to it. If you missed the letter and need the student access information to attach a student to your account, please contact your student's school office, and we would be happy to provide you with that information.
The Board of Education is developing a five-year strategic plan and seeking community members to actively participate in the next stage of the development process. The four key areas the board has identified for the plan are:
Four separate subcommittees are being formed to focus on developing strategies and objectives for each key area. Each will be comprised of one school board member, a district administrator, a building principal, 2 staff members, and 2 to 3 community members.
If you would like to serve on one of these key area subcommittees, please send an email of interest to Kari Prall at firstname.lastname@example.org by 4:30 p.m. on January 19th. Your email should include:
You may also bring a letter of interest to the Board of Education at 90 South Tippecanoe Drive.
Thank you for considering this brief but important commitment to help shape the long-term strategic planning of our district.