10.1.2021 6th Edition
Nancy Young Birthday Book Club
Positive cases of COVID-19 each school in Indian Prairie 204 can be found on the District's COVID Dashboard. The information is updated each Monday by 4 pm. If your child is in close contact with someone who tested positive, a member of the COVID-19 Response Team will notify you directly regarding the need to quarantine as a precaution.
News from our PTA
Next Meeting: General PTA Meeting on Wednesday, October 13th at 9:15AM @ Nancy Young's reading garden
President - Robin Schmidt
Treasure - OPEN
IPPC Representative - OPEN
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General Information and Committee Descriptions click here.
Welcome to IPPC's 2021-22 Reflections Program!
PTA Reflections is a nationally acclaimed student recognition program to encourage artistic creativity at home. Students of all grades (K-12) and abilities may participate and explore the arts based on the 2021-22 theme: "I Will Change the World By..."
Our Reflections program will be conducted virtually, as we did last year. You can turn in your submission form and artwork online.
Reflect on the theme, create art, and be recognized!
Following are the Art Categories:
- Dance Choreography
- Film Production
- Musical Composition
- Visual Arts
- Special Artists
Last date to submit your artwork: Friday, October 29th, 2021
Submit your artwork online: https://sites.google.com/view/ippc-reflections
Our PTA is looking for someone to chair the reflections project this year. If interested please contact: Robin Schmidt at email@example.com.
This year, we have been providing a grab and go style lunch at no charge to all students. Please visit the IPSD website for more information on the free meal program and for menu options.
Nominate a Staff Member for the A+ Award - 3rd Notice
The Indian Prairie Educational Foundation and Wells Fargo Advisors are partnering for the eighth year to recognize our outstanding staff members who go above and beyond to make a difference in the lives of our students. One staff member from each of the elementary, middle and high school levels will be recognized each month. Each winner selected will receive funds from Wells Fargo Advisors to use in his or her school. Parents, alumni, and community members are encouraged to submit a nomination. All nominations will be kept for consideration until the end of the current school year. Nominees must currently work in the district. To nominate someone who is making a difference, visit A+ Award.