Main Phone 317-869-1327

Mrs. Jina Simmons, Principal

Mr. Justin Koomler, Dean

Ms. Marshay Allen, Counselor

Mrs. Kelly Patterson, TOSA

Ms. Cheryl Colbert, Principal Secretary

Mrs. Erica McWright, Registrar

September 28, 2018

CIA's Motto is Educating Students Today to Become Leaders of Tomorrow.

CIA's Mission Statement is to provide learning experiences that assist students in developing the skills needed to be successful throughout their schooling and beyond.


The first quarter grading period will end this Friday, September 28. Our student-led conferences are just around the corner, too. Parents and guardians should have received a letter that asked you to choose a convenient time to meet with your child's teacher and a confirmation of conference time. At conferences, parents and students will receive their report cards, discuss student achievement and data, as well as set goals for second quarter. If you have worked with children for any amount of time, you know the battles they face daily. Many of our students do not have someone cheering for them and telling them how amazing they are. This is our time to tell our Cougars that we believe in them and give them a little encouragement when necessary. Please mark your calendar for these important conferences on Tuesday, October 2 from 11:00 am to 7 pm.

Creston Intermediate Academy has an expectation and tradition that 100% of students will have a parent/teacher conference. This year, you can also visit the Book Fair to purchase novels, non-fiction books, and posters in which your student might be interested. Our book fair will be in our Media Plex. Additionally, our Creston bookstore will be open by the main entrance for you to purchase Creston spirit wear or school supplies.

CIA/CMS 1st Book Fair

Parent's: Our 1st Book Fair of the year "Enchanted Forest" will be Monday September 24th through Tuesday October 2nd and available during Parent /Teacher Conferences to help support our school library! There is also a link below to the online site if you can't stop in. The online book fair starts the 19th. You can also pre order copies of the newest Diary of aWimpy Kid. Save on taxes and have them shipped to the school FREE on the release date!


Date: Wednesday October 3, 2018

Where: Creston Middle School 10925 East Prospect Street, Indianapolis, 46239

Time: Doors Open 6:00 pm, forum begins 6:30-8:30

Why: Get to know the candidates on the slate for November 6, 2018

Ask questions and determine which three (3) you will vote for in November.

Questions can be submitted by community members who attend the forum. As many questions as possible will be asked to the candidates. Each candidate will be given a specific time to respond (between 2 and 3 minutes). Each candidate has been asked to provide a short bio and picture, all received will be provided to attendees at the forum. This event is hosted by your Warren Township Council of PTAs, will be emceed, and have a designated timer to keep the forum on a strict timeline. You must be informed to make the right decision on November 6th. Please don’t miss the opportunity to meet the candidates.

Candidate Filings for Warren Township School Board per Marion County Clerk’s Office

Terri L Amos

Anthony R (Tony) Mendez

Jack T Burns Jr

Rachel M Burke

Shelly R Jett

Michelle Wright

Howard A Dorsey Jr

*Your Vote Makes a Difference, Make an Informed Decision*

Warren Township Council of PTAs



Students who attend school regularly have been shown to achieve at higher levels than students who do not have regular attendance. Every school day counts in a child's academic life...A missed school day is a lost opportunity for students to learn. The effects of lost school days build up one absence at a time on individual students. Please ensure that your child understands the importance of good school attendance and is at school every day. Every day matters! Every day provides important learning opportunities! Set your child up for success by developing these good habits now!

Clinic News... The flu season is upon us…

Here are some preventative helpful tips…

-Wash your hands and keep them away from your face.

-Eat a well balanced meal, drink plenty of fluids and get plenty of rest.

-Get the flu shot vaccine .

-Cough into your sleeve or down inside your shirt.

- Make sure that your at least 24 hours fever free before returning to school or work.

Reminder: Our building temperature is usually cold even in the winter months, so please dress students accordingly.


Please let us know when you’re moving as soon as possible by sending in a note, contacting the school at 317-869-1327 or the Registrar, Mrs. McWright at 317-869-1327 ext. 1330.


The YMCA Youth Basketball League wants boys and girls to come out and play.

When: October 27 -December 15

Time: Dependent on team's schedule

Age: 4-18 years old

Cost: FM $55/ PP $80 (Financial assistance available. Prices include jerseys)

Location: Ages 4-12 @ Warren Central High School

Ages 13-18 @ Ransburg YMCA

For more information please contact Alice Weber at or 317..554.8076