FOCUS Weekly Newsletter

Friday, February 19th 2016

Hamilton County Transition Fair

Hosted by Carmel Clay Schools

Carmel High School Main Cafeteria

Thursday, March 3, 2016


Entrances 7 and 8 (west side of building)

This event brings together agencies that provide services to individuals with a disability who will one day enter the adult world to work, play, attend college, or live with or without support.

If you know someone or have someone in your family who may need support in the work or college environment after leaving high school, this event is one you should plan to attend. You will have the opportunity to meet the representatives from agencies who provide services to individuals with special needs. You will be able to ask questions and make connections to better plan for the future. It is NEVER too early to start.

In the past years, over 80 vendors have attended this event.

There will also be representatives from colleges to speak to families of students who may benefit from support while in college.

If for some reason, Carmel Clay Schools would be closed on this day, the transition fair would be canceled.

McAlister’s Deli food will be available for purchase (while supplies last).

For more information, contact: (subject line Fair 2016)

call 571.4615 option 2

State Park Passes Now Available For Loan From The Library

Contact: Cheryl Jurgens, Community Relations and Marketing Manager

Hamilton East Public Library

Phone: (317) 770-3239

With temperatures finally on the rise, thoughts are turning to the great outdoors and exploring all that Indiana has to offer. In honor of the state’s bicentennial, the Indiana State Library has now provided each library with a state park pass for loan to library cardholders.

When you are ready to hit the trail, simply stop by the Adult Services desk at either the Fishers or Noblesville Library and check for availability. Due to high demand, the passes will be available on a first come, first served basis, with no holds or renewals available. Passes can be checked out for up to 7 days.

Like other library materials, if passes are returned after the due date, late fees will apply. If passes are lost, a full replacement cost will be assessed.

For further information, check out the library’s website at

St. Vincent Geist Half Marathon School Program

Saturday, May 21st, 7am

East 116th Street, Fishers, IN, United States and Olio Road

Join Indiana's Largest School Walking/Running Fitness Program!

Over $366,000 thus far has been raised by the race since its inception to promote health and wellness in Geist area schools.

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Please keep cutting those box tops!

Thank you to those who have contributed to our school. We are working towards our last big fundraising effort for the remainder of the school year.