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Fall Creek Intermediate - January 5th, 2019


Stay after school and watch your Falcons Girls Basketball Team take on the Riverside Intermediate Golden Hawks on Tuesday, January 14th, 2020 at 3:15pm!

All students are welcome to stay after school to attend the game. The entry fee is $1 per student. A signed permission slip is required for students to stay after school for the game (please click here for the permission slip).

Pre-sale tickets will be sold on Friday, January 10th, 2020. Please turn the $1 entry fee and the permission slip into your child's homeroom teacher. Students who have not turned in their permission slips and the $1 entry fee on January 10th may still attend the game. Please send these items to school with your child the day of the game and they can purchase a ticket at the door. Students will not be allowed to call home for permissions slips or money at school.

The Falcon Concession Stand will be open for the basketball game. The concession stand will be offering pizza($2), popcorn ($1), drinks ($1), candy ($1).


Please take a moment to check your child's Skyward account for any new charges. Unpaid accounts that have not already been send to Transworld will be sent in early January.

You can check your balance under Fee Management.

** If you make a payment via eFunds or mail in a check during break it will not be posted in Skyward until we return from break **

Any questions, please feel free to either email mpitts@hse.k12.in.us or call 317-915-4220.

Thank you

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Parent Project

Dear Parent,

Hamilton Southeastern Schools and Hamilton County Department of Probation Services have teamed up to offer the Parent Project® to parents beginning on February 11, 2020. The class will meet at 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for 11 weeks at Fishers High School.

If you’re interested in learning how you can prevent arguments with your child, improve their school attendance, and performance or prevent or intervene in alcohol and other drug use, then Parent Project® may be for you. Please read below for more information:

What is Parent Project®?
It is a 11-week program designed specifically for parents of strong-willed or emotionally intense adolescent children. The curriculum involves concrete prevention, identification and intervention strategies for the most destructive of adolescent behaviors (poor school attendance and performance, alcohol and other drug use, runaways and violent teens, etc.). Click here to watch a brief video on the program.

How does it work?
Parents meet one night a week for approximately three hours. Parents receive and work within an activity-based 216-page curriculum, “A Parent’s Guide to Changing Destructive Adolescent Behavior,” available only to program participants. Parent Support Groups are formed using the UCLA self-help support group model. The program is oriented toward behavior modification.

Why should I attend this class when it’s my kid who got in trouble?
It is important to recognize this program is not a “parenting class” designed to “teach people how to be better parents.” This program is designed to offer parents strategies in dealing with strong-willed and emotionally intense children. It also offers parents support and encouragement as they deal with difficult circumstances. This program requires 33 hours of classroom work – less than a single work-week for an opportunity to make a significant improvement in family relationships. We believe that every parent who has successfully completed the program at the Hamilton County Juvenile Services Center has walked away with something positive to show for their efforts.

If you would like more details about the program, please visit www.parentproject.com, or contact Rob Evans at 317-776-5856 or by email at rob.evans@hamiltoncounty.in.gov. The class begins February 11, 2020.

Check out our December School Counseling Newsletter!

Small Groups:

Students at FCI have the opportunity to participate in small group counseling. Group counseling is an excellent way for students to learn new skills, build relationships with others, and set personal growth goals. See the attached permission slips for more information or contact Mrs. Sullivan (5th) or Mr. Kozloski (6th) for more information.

5th Grade Groups:

Finding Coherence, Coping Cat Program for Anxious Children, School Habits for Success, and Family Changes

5th Grade Small Group Permission Slip

6th Grade Groups:

Social Skills, Feeling Good About Me, Stress/Anxiety, Mindfulness, Anger Management, Family Changes

6th Grade Small Group Permission Slip

News From Your PTO

Girls' Falcon Frenzy Basketball Game - Concessions

On Tuesday January 14th, FCI is hosting its' first home Girls' Basketball game against RSI, starting at 3:15pm. All students are invited, and encouraged, to stay after school to attend the game. It costs $1 for students to attend the game.This game is affectionately known as the "Falcon Frenzy" game. We are in need of several volunteers to help sell concessions during the game. We will have three concession stands open during the game - two in the gym plus the main stand near the cafeteria for our visitors. Our students must remain in the gym during the game. We are asking for volunteers from 2:30-5:30pm to set-up, sell concessions, and clean up. If you are able to help out at the Falcon Frenzy game, please sign up here: https://signup.com/go/PJVDkUn

Please contact Charron Wright at gcwright91@aol.com or 317-508-5244 with any questions.

THANK YOU to all the families that have helped make the 1st semester a great one for the students and staff! THANK YOU for your monetary donations, donations of food and candy for the staff, and for donating your time at all the fun events this semester - the Ice Cream Social, the Back to School Hangout, the Chalk Walk, the Book Fair, the Boys' Falcon Frenzy Basketball Game, and the Riley Classic. We couldn't pull off all these events without the help of many. Next semester will be just as fun with the Girls' Falcon Frenzy Basketball Game, Falcon Fest (our biggest event of the year), another Book Fair, the End of the Year Hangout, and the 6th Grade Party. Have a wonderful Winter Break!

Upcoming PTO Meetings

• Friday January 24th 9:30am

• Friday February 21st 9:30am

• Friday March 20th 9:30am

• Friday April 24th 1:30pm

• Friday May 8th 9:30am

HSE High School Cadet Guard Workshop


Join us for 5 instructional clinics as well as 2 performance opportunities! The more you attend, the more comfortable you will feel. Have fun and make new friends!

Grades K-8 Participants will have the opportunity to attend several Guard rehearsals (parents are welcome to stay, but it is not required) and learn a simple routine that will be performed at two separate events.

HSE HS Cadet Guard Workshop

What's Happening @ the Creek

Monday, January 6th, rot F1
  • 2:33pm - Early Release
  • 2:30-4:30pm - Girls Basketball Practice
  • 4:30-6:00pm - Boys Basketball Practice

Tuesday, January 7th, rot F2

  • 3:00-4:30pm - Girls Basketball Practice
  • 5:30pm - Boys Basketball Game vs Anderson Highland (HOME)

Wednesday, January 8th, rot F3

  • 7:00am - Student Council
  • 3:00-5:00pm - Boys Basketball Practice

Thursday, January 9th, rot F4

  • 2:55-3:55pm - Science Bowl Practice
  • 3:00-4:00pm - FCI Connect
  • 3:00-4:30pm - Girls Basketball Practice
  • 4:30-6:00pm - Boys Basketball Practice

Friday, January 10th, rot F5

  • 3:00-4:30pm - Boys Basketball Practice
  • 4:30-6:00pm - Girls Basketball Practice

Saturday, January 11th

  • 9:00am - Boys Intermediate Basketball District Tournament at Riverside Intermediate

Monday, January 13th, rot C1

  • 2:33pm - Early Release

Tuesday, January 14th, rot C2

  • 3:15pm - Girls Falcon Frenzy Basketball Game

Wednesday, January 15th, rot C3

  • 3:00-5:00pm - Girls Basketball Practice

Thursday, January 16th, rot C4

  • 2:55-3:55pm - Science Bowl Practice
  • 3:00-4:30pm - Girls Basketball Practice

Friday, January 17th, rot C5

  • 3:00-4:30pm - Girls Basketball Practice

Monday, January 20th

Martin Luther King Day - No school

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