The Friday Flyer

From Boone Meadow Elementary School

From the Eagles' Nest:

Boone Meadow Families -

I’m looking forward to seeing everyone at the Boone Meadow Blast tomorrow. A tremendous thank you goes out to our generous volunteers and PTO for hosting this free family event. A bounce house, cookie walk, and many varied games and activities await. Stop by and enjoy the fun anytime between 11:00 and 2:00.

Have a wonderful weekend,


Upcoming Events

February 25th - Boone Meadow Blast - free family event hosted by PTO (Cafe and gym 11:00-1:00)

February 27th - ISTEP+ Testing begins; Kindergarten Round-Up registration opens (see below)

March 8th - Spring BME Blood Drive (BME Cafe 3:00-6:30)

March 9th - PTO Meeting (BME Cafe at 6:00)

March 13th - IREAD-3 testing begins (third grade)

March 14th - Jessica Lahey presentation (Zionsville Performing Arts Center 6:00 PM)

March 16th - 4th grade students visit ZWMS; Parent info night at ZWMS

March 22nd - Family Wellness Night (evening event - more details to come)

March 24th - School Dress-Up: Favorite Pro or College Sports Team

March 28th - Kindergarten Round-Up (click here for more info)

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Boone Meadow Blast

Saturday, Feb. 25th, 11am-2pm

5555 South Main Street

Whitestown, IN

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Strong in Every Way

Click here to learn more about ZCS's human capital campaign!

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Click here for more information.

Best Buddies Fun Night

ZCHS Best Buddies is gearing up for their annual Buddy Up Fun Night! Buddy Up Fun Night is a fun-filled time for students in grades 1-4. Activities include basketball, swimming, balloon animals, pizza, and more!

This year’s Buddy Up Fun Night is Saturday, March 11 from 4:45-9:00. Registration can be found through the Eagle Recreation site here. Please contact Amanda at or Karen at with any questions.

Hope to see you there!

Jump Rope and Hoops for Heart

For the month of March, Boone Meadow Wellness classes will be participating in the Jump Rope and Hoops for Heart fundraiser! Students will be learning about heart health, jump roping skills, and hula hoop activities. Students also have the opportunity to help the American Heart Association and raise money that goes towards new Wellness equipment!

Each student received a take-home letter and donation envelope from their homeroom teacher that informs them about the fundraising process. It is completely voluntary. Students can earn prizes based on the money they raise, and any donations are due by Friday March 17th. There will be a concluding jump rope and hula hoop station at Boone Meadow’s Wellness night on Wed. March 22nd to end the event.

Questions or concerns:

Garrett Stephens – Wellness Teacher

Parent Tech Night

Do you have questions about some of the technology resources your children utilize at school and with their friends? Join us for our spring Parent Tech Night on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 from 6:00-7:00PM. We will have a student panel discussion, led by one of our building administrators, where students will share their experiences with technology in the 21st century. We will send out a survey before the event to ask what questions you have and what topics you would like for us to address. Sign up and join us on March 8.

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Hiring Guest Teachers!

Zionsville Community School is hiring Guest Teachers! Quality guest teachers are an important asset to our schools and require special attributes to enhance our students’ learning process. The best guest teachers demonstrate the desire to work well with children ages 3-18, relate well to all students, inspire a love of learning and have a good sense of humor. In addition, they must be flexible, dedicated, patient, kind, fair and consistent.

Guest teachers can manage the days of the week they are available to work through an automated system called Aesop. This user-friendly system is accessible online or through a touch-tone phone which allows ZCS teachers to enter absences and guest teachers to select available jobs.

If you meet the above requirements and would like to start the application process.

After your employment application has been submitted, please send an email to our Sub Coordinator at confirming that you would like to be considered for a guest teacher position at Zionsville Community Schools.

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Notes from the Clinic

1- Students MAY NOT bring medication to school. If your child needs to take medicine of any kind while at school an adult must bring the medication to Nurse Amy.

2- Please be advised that, starting with the 2017-18 school year, every student will be required to have two hepatitis A vaccines.

If you have any questions, please contact Nurse Amy, at x14104.

Thank you!

ZCS Winter/Snow Policies

As Old Man Winter prepares to roll in, please be sure to send your student to school appropriately dressed for the weather as it grows colder and snow is on the ground. As stated in the handbook:

As the weather turns colder, each child needs a winter coat, hat, and gloves. Snow pants and boots are required when there is snow on the ground.

Students without snow pants and boots (when there is snow on the ground) will only be permitted to play on the cleared blacktop.

All children play outside except on rainy, icy, or very cold days (wind chill below the 10-20 degree range)." Inside recess will be held on those exceptional days.

For more information regarding our procedures for school delays and closings please visit our website.

Smart 911

Boone County has shifted from NIXLE to SMART911. This is a free service that allows you to receive emergency notifications from the county which may include severe weather warnings and traffic alerts. The program will ask for optional personal information that could be used in the event of an emergency situation in your home. Boone County citizens are encouraged to create their Safety Profile with Smart911 today. To create a safety profile and sign up for updates, go to

School Safety

School Visitor Check-Ins at ZCS

Please be aware that we use a visitor management system known as SafeVisitor. SafeVisitor is a 30-45 second check-in process that cross references against all national sex offender registries and prints a visitor badge. Please be prepared to scan a government issued ID (Driver License) when arriving to campus as a visitor or volunteer. The printed badge should be visible at all times while in the building. Thank you!

Please note: Full background checks are still required field trips. Full background checks cost $15.95 and take at least 7-10 days to process. Limited background checks are still required for lunch visits, volunteering in a supervised area, etc.

**Bullying Video**

All volunteers in our district are also required to complete the bullying module, consisting of a short video and a digital signature as proof of watching the video. This video must be watched for either level of volunteer (Full or Limited). Please click here to visit the BRAVO/Volunteers page where all of these items can be completed.

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