IMPORTANT INFORMATION - HOME BASKETBALL GAMES
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SEATING POLICY BEING IMPLEMENTED AT ALL HOME BASKETBALL GAMES
For the safety and security of all spectators at Lebanon High School home basketball games and to allow for everyone to view the games without distractions and disruptions, the following seating procedures are being implemented beginning Wednesday, December 15th . All middle school students must be seated during LHS basketball games with an adult, their coach (on LMS nights) or in the assigned section of the bleachers. This assigned location will be in the upper bleachers behind the LHS student section. All Elementary Students must be seated in the stands with a supervising adult or a coach during special event (INDY HOOPS, IGBL) night. If a LMS or Elementary student is determined to be participating in any inappropriate behavior without adult supervision, they will be escorted back to their parents and should the situation continue, they will be removed from the event. Students on their own purchasing items at the concession stand or using the restroom is permissible but they must return immediately to assigned section or supervised adult. . The LHS Administration thank you for your cooperation.
United Way’s ReadUP program needs additional tutors at Hattie B. Stokes
For most Central Indiana children, caring adults are the difference between academic success and failure. Just one hour a week is all it takes to impact the life of a child. The United Way of Central Indiana’s ReadUP program matches volunteers with schools to help kids get on track — and stay on track — with grade-level literacy. Through ReadUP, volunteer tutors help third grade students reach grade-level literacy and prepare to pass the IRead test. During each session, the student reads from a selected book while the tutor assists and asks questions designed to improve comprehension and build confidence.
“We have had a great response from the community, but are still in need of additional tutors,” said Amy Hammerle, Boone County Volunteer Engagement Coordinator. Tutors are currently needed on Thursdays at Hattie B. Stokes Elementary from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. and on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at Harney Elementary from 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
A brief training is provided by the United Way of Central Indiana and volunteers must also pass a criminal history check.
Volunteers can register online at http://www.uwci.org/register-for-readup or contact Amy Hammerle, United Way of Central Indiana Volunteer Engagement Coordinator, at 765.483.0165 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Child Find helps locate, and evaluate children and youth ages 3 to 22 years of age who are suspected of having or have a diagnosed disability or developmental delay, in order to provide appropriate special education services under the law. Click here for more information...
Private School Invitation to Consult on Federal Programs and Determination of Equitable Services
On behalf of the six (6) participating school districts, Boone-Clinton-North West Hendricks Joint Services invites representatives from your private school/agency to a consultation meeting regarding the design and development of special education and related services for students with disabilities within the districts of Lebanon, Clinton Prairie, Clinton Central, Rossville, Western Boone and North West Hendricks. Under the 2004 Amendments to IDEA, we are required to invite you to participate in this annual consultation meeting where we will discuss the extent to which special education services will be offered to students who are unilaterally enrolled by their parents in your private school or facility. Click here for more information...