1. A statement of intent to graduate from high school
2. An acknowledgment of the importance of:
-diligent study habits
3. The plan must become part of the student's permanent school record
4. Further development of the graduation plan continues in the 9th grade
Access a copy of the required form for discussion with your child at the following web address.
Click here for an online copy: Graduation Plan Form
Learn More Indiana Website
This website is a great resource for middle school students and their parents.
Learn More Indiana is here to guide Hoosiers on how to get to college so that students of all ages can achieve the dream of a degree.
If you’re willing to take the journey, we can provide you with the map.
To learn more, visit: www.learnmoreindiana.org
Homework Help ~Free Hotline
Need Homework Help?
Free Math and Science Help! Tutors help students in grades 6-12.
7 P.M – 10 P.M.
Sunday – Thursday
Toll Free: 1-877-ASK-ROSE
Click here to visit: www.AskRose.org
The Homework Hotline is available from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.
Spring ISTEP+ (March, Late-April/Early May)
The spring tests will be given in two parts. Part one, which includes essay and short answer questions, will be given from March 2-11. Part two, which includes multiple choice questions, will be given from April 27 to May 6. Exact dates of testing will be announced in the future.
Based on Indiana’s Academic Standards, the spring ISTEP+ covers:
• English/language arts in grades 3-8
• Mathematics in grades 3-8
• Science in grades 4 and 6
• Social studies in grades 5 and 7
Each year the eighth grade class participates in the Reality Store with other eighth graders from Southridge, Forest Park, and Heritage Hills.
Reality Store is a program that simulates the adult world of work, budgeting, income, expenses, making payments, etc. Students are assigned a marital status with or without children, a career, and an income. When students enter the Reality Store the first place they go to is Uncle Sam’s booth. We all know Uncle Sam takes his share. Then they go to the bank, where they have to make decisions about savings plans.
From this point on they can go to the other booths in any order. They will be making decisions regarding car payments, housing, childcare, food, clothing, entertainment etc. They must make these decisions based on their monthly income.
This is a wonderful experience for them. The Reality Store has been very successful each year.
This year the Reality Store will be held at the Dale Community Center (old gym). We need 15 volunteers to work at the Reality Store this year. Date to be announced soon! If you are interested in helping out and volunteering your time, please contact Camille Berg @ 678-2181 x107.