New Student Registration
Enrollment. School System rules and procedures prohibit the enrollment of any child in the Sullivan County Schools unless the student is living with a parent/legal guardian who resides in the area served by the Sullivan County School System. Students are required to attend the school in the school zone in which they reside, except in certain limited circumstances in accordance with Procedure #3010.01. Failure of parents to notify the school’s administration immediately when they move could result in your child not being allowed to attend an out-of-zone school.
1. Proof of residence: The parent/guardian of every student will be required to provide proof of residency, such as, lease, real estate tax receipt, mortgage information, utility receipts, or the like. Residence may also be checked randomly from time to time, and students improperly attending out of zone will be required to return to their proper school.
2. Proof of Custody
Hardships are identified by law, as follows:
iii. The loss or un-inhabitability of the child’s home as the result of a natural disaster.
When one of the above hardships is applicable, the custodial parent (s) and the care giver must make an appointment to meet with the principal of the school in the school zone of the care giver and present the properly completed power of attorney, in order to make arrangement for school attendance. Circumstances not listed above and identified by law as allowable hardships, should be referred to the appropriate court for change of custody.
3. Education Documentation
Indian Springs Elementary teachers, staff, and principal encourage students and each other to persevere, work hard, and have grit. Our theme this year is "Got Grit? ISE Does!" Fourth graders discussed what it looks like to have grit and created t-shirts that will inspire and remind them to do their best always. It's going to be a great year for the Redskins!
Look whose playing?
Indian Springs Elementary School
Principal - Ms. Karen Nave
Assistant - Ms. Kerry Lancaster
School Hours :
Students allowed in building @ 7:45AM
On 2 hour snow delay @ 9:45AM
Fund Raiser Pick Up! Tuesday September 30th
Pick Up is in the Gym - 3:30 till 6:30 Only
Fall Carnival Needs Your Baked Goods!
Carnival is Thursday of this week. We are in need of baked goods to be given as prizes for our "cake walk" game. Any type of of individually wrapped cakes, cupcakes, or doughnuts would be greatly appreciated. Please drop them off at the front office anytime on Thursday. Thank you for your participation and support. Any questions can be directed to Keri Dawson at 423-418-0993 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Morning 9:15 to 11:15 Grades 3,4,5
Afternoon 12:50 to 2:50 Grades K,1,2
Fall Carnival is October 2nd! 4PM till 7PM
See PTO for volunteer needs or sign up for participating!
Picture Money Due Oct 2nd
News and Notes
Sept 11th - School Pictures-
Sept 12th - Grandparents Day- Sept 16th - Chorus Try Outs - 7:45AM- Oct 2nd - Mega Party- Oct 6th-10th - Fall Break- Nov 3rd - No School - Inservice- Nov 4th - No School - PT Conference- Nov 10th - Book Fair Kick Off- Nov 11th - 4th Grade Veteran's Day Program- Nov 25th - 2nd Grade Thanksgiving Program- Nov 26-27-28 - Thanksgiving break- Dec 6th - Chorus Performances - Holston Manor-Preston Place- Dec 19th - 1/2 11:30AM Dismissal- Jan 7th - School - Students Return
School Handbook 2014-2015
Here Are Easy Links for School Fundraising!
During the 2013-14 academic year, Indian Springs Elementary students helped the Sullivan County 4-H program reach a goal of collecting 500 pounds of plastic for recycling. ISE collected 498 pounds of plastic. The efforts of ISE4-H along with the UT/TSU Extension Office in Blountville diverted 705 total pounds of plastic from local landfills, instead sending the plastic to the Trex company to be reused as an ingredient in composite building materials.
Look who's enjoying the TREX bench! Annie Grace Milam, Marleigh Pendleton, Chloe Nelson, Seth Robinette and Sophia Milam.
Blue Grass in the Springs!
Indian Springs Elementary music class got a live Bluegrass performance in honor of Rhythm and Roots. Students learned the history of Bluegrass and Bluegrass instruments while receiving hands on experience performing with the band. Thank you to the Powers Family and ETSU Bluegrass student Colton Powers for your time.
Direct Link to County Intervention
This is what all your box tops and soup labels can buy!
Tuesday September 30
Tuesday November 18
Tuesday January 27
Tuesday March 31
Tuesday May 12
ALS ICE Bucket Challenge