Indian Run Family Update
Indian Run Elementary | March 25, 2022
Hello Indian Run Families,
Spring is officially here! We hope you and your family have a great Spring Break and enjoy some quality time together. Just a reminder that we have no school next week (March 28 - April 1).
When we return from spring break we are excited to continue engaging our students with learning opportunities and activities that will challenge and grow them as learners. Until then, have a safe and relaxing Spring Break!
Amber and Marty
Indian Run Announcements
IRE Scholastic Book Fair - Week of April 18-22
- The Scholastic Book Fair will be back in the IRE library one last time this year. Your students will visit the fair during their regularly scheduled library rotations the week of April 18-April 22. The fair is here for only ONE week this time around, so please preview the books together at home and come prepared to purchase the week of.
- As a bonus, the fair will be open to parents before school from 8-9 am, as well as during the PTO sponsored family game night on Friday 4/22. Please see the book fair website HERE or reach out to Mrs. Ullmer for further questions or details.
Seeds of Caring
- Seeds of Caring is a service organization that offers opportunities for young people and families to volunteer. Many families in Dublin are involved in Seeds of Caring and it's a great way to help kids learn the value of helping others and contributing to the community. You can learn more at this link.
Coffman Girls Basketball Camp
See the flyer below if interested in the Dublin Coffman Girls Basketball Camp from May31-June 3.
5th Grade Families
- See the FREE opportunity below to learn more about the transition to middle school.
Anthony Thomas Chocolates
- See the FREE event from Anthony Thomas Chocolates below.
Panorama Email Sent to Families
Dear Dublin Families,
Student well-being is an essential component of educating the whole child. During the weeks of April 4-15, Dublin City Schools students in grades 3-12 will participate in a questionnaire asking their perceptions about school and student support.
There are two versions of the questionnaire, one for students in grades 3-5 and one for students in grades 6-12. Parents and guardians can review the script that staff will read to students prior to the questionnaire, the questions that will be asked, review our Panorama for Education Questionnaire FAQ and/or opt their child out by using the links below.
When completing the questionnaire, students will be encouraged to reflect on their own mindsets, approaches to learning, and feelings about school. The results will help us to better understand how we can alleviate barriers to learning, promote a culture of inclusivity and belonging, and how to best support the needs of students.
If you have questions about how this questionnaire helps us meet District goals or the process we use, please contact Dublin City Schools’ Director of Student Wellbeing, Tyler Wolfe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is the script that teachers will read to students:
Questions that will appear on the 2021-2022 Panorama for Education Survey:
Frequently asked questions about Panorama for Education:
The Opt-Out deadline is March 25, 2022:
Kindergarten Registration for the 2022-2023 school year is open!
2022-23 Kindergarten Parent Information Night will be in person on April 19th from 6:30-7:30pm.
- Need to update your IRE wardrobe? Check out our IRE Spirtwear options
- Be sure to check out our latest episodes of The Wire.
UPCOMING INDIAN RUN EVENTS
- March 28-April 1: Spring Break (NO SCHOOL)
- April 19: 2022-2023 KG Parent Information Night @ 6:30pm
- April 22: PTO Family Game Night
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Have a great spring break
We hope that all of our students have a fun, safe and healthy spring break. We look forward to everyone returning on April 4.
PERC Hosting Two Upcoming Events
On April 6, there will be a book talk about Jessica Lahey’s The Addiction Inoculation, Raising Healthy Kids in a Culture of Dependence. The morning talk is at 9:30-11 a.m. at the Dublin Library and the evening talk is at 7-8:30 p.m. via Zoom. Click here to register. Then on April 7 at 7-8:30 p.m. at Jerome, there is a “Can You See Me Now” event. Explore a teenage bedroom to identify potential signs of drug use or risky behavior. This is led by HART (Health Awareness and Recovery Together) and the Dublin Police Department.
Highlighting the Aviation Academy
Students are invited to attend the Career, Job, & Internship Fair
The Dublin City Schools Work in Dublin Career, Job and Internship fair is set for Tuesday, April 12 at Scioto. The event is at 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. and transportation will be provided for students who wish to attend during the school day. This is a great opportunity for students to find a summer job, get started in their career or get an internship opportunity in a field they are interested in. Students can register for the event using the QR code on the attached flier.