Indus School Community Education Open Invitation This will be our second open invitation to invite community members to join us after school, Tuesday, February 16, 2016 in the Indus Library at 4:30 p.m. for a planning meeting. We are looking for:
Individuals that have a skill or talent that they would like to share by instructing a class.
All classes and events will be considered. Please encourage your friends and neighbors to come. The Community Education department is hoping to have a wide cross section of people representing varying ages, careers, as well as interests! Please bring your ideas, suggestions, and energy to help bring learning opportunities and new experiences to our community. Your participation can make a difference. If you would like to participate in one form or another and are unable to make the planning meeting, please feel free to contact me during school hours at 218-634-2425 at Ext. 100. Thank you for your consideration. Tracy Keeney Indus School Administrative Secretary/ Indus School Community Education Director tkeeney@indus.K12.mn.us
Welcome to Indus School
The mission of the Indus School is to prepare communities of tomorrow by promoting life long learning, positive values, school pride, mutual respect, and individuality.
Indus is the Small School Making a Big Difference. Our small class sizes give your student big opportunities. Indus understands that early childhood education is key to a student's success throughout their K-12 career. Indus offers Pre-school for three and four year olds as well as full-day, every day Kindergarten to ensure success in grades 1 through 6. In addition to a solid foundation in the core academic areas, Indus offers your high school student choices with robust offerings in the areas of Family and Consumer Sciences, Art, Music, and Industrial Technology. Indus School is implementing an Active Schools Grant which is an initiative of the Minnesota Department of Education and Minnesota Department of Health to promote physical activity and fitness in our students. Through physical education and health classes, students are encouraged to develop healthy lifestyles.The availability of two fully equipped computer labs, SmartBoards in each classroom, and wireless/mobile technologies including iPads, allow for students with varied learning styles to get what they need to succeed in an ever changing world.
Indus is a PBIS School
What is PBIS? Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports. PBIS focuses on reinforcing positive behaviors in students. Indus will provide a safe, supportive learning environment with opportunities for each student to develop the skills and knowledge to become responsible, successful citizens. Learn more...
Healthy Eating at Indus
Indus knows that good health and proper nutrition are vital to student success. Indus School serves both breakfast and lunch. Beginning this fall, the school will be adding a lunch time Salad Bar to give students more healthy options. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recognizes that schools play an important role in fostering good eating habits by providing choices for students that help them learn about and practice healthy eating habits. Learn more...
Media Center Resources
The media center at Indus School is always a busy place. From elementary reading time to high school research, the Indus School media center provides a varied collection as well as access to computers for the use of Accelerated Reader, online classes, and research. Search our holdings here...