Along with partnering with parents in stewarding their children's educational development, the ICS encourages parents to work with us as volunteers.
IPA offers a rigorous academic program with a focus on individual results and achievement.
Our goal with the clubs is for children to engage one another with shared interests in subjects outside of the curriculum they experience throughout the school day.
To ensure a successful educational experience for our students, ICS has established these dress codes and policies.
The following ICES students were awarded medals by the National Art Education Association of Indiana for their artistic achievements: Abe Bewsey, Kindergarten; Joseph Keener, 2nd grade; Alex Stafford, 3rd grade; Faith Mannix, 4th grade; and Bethany Wolf, 5th grade.
Their artwork was displayed at the Indiana Statehouse during March as part of the Youth Art Month Exhibit. Please join us in congratulating these hardworking students. Because of the winter weather delays and cancellations, many of them had to put in extra time on their work during recess, or after school, in order to make the deadline. Their work ethic is a fine reflection of their understanding of "The Irvington Way"!
Hundreds of ICES students were joined by their parents/guardians and siblings as they took an early morning walk heading east on the Pennsy Trail on a gorgeous early autumn morning, Friday, September 27, 2013.
On Wednesday, May 1, 2013, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Officer Larry Adkins and ICS Director of Corporate Security Scott McKinney visited Mr. Stallard’s 3rd grade class, and brought along a special visitor. Officer Adkins introduced "Officer Benjamin," a puppet he uses to teach young children about safety precautions and character development.
On Friday, September 21, a large number of ICES families walked to school, heading east down the Pennsy Trail. More than 200 students and staff took the opportunity to enjoy some fresh air and exercise on the way to school.
Special thanks to Hart Bakery for providing doughnuts, Lazy Daze Coffeehouse for the coffee, Marsh for the juice, and Mother Nature for cooperating! And, Thanks to our PTSA representatives who served hot coffee, juice, and plenty of good cheer!
It's a family affair as the sun comes up on the morning Walk to School on the Pennsy Trail.
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