Parents

Parents

Remote Learning 2.0 - 2nd Semester Registration

The Ohio Department of Health (ODH), Bureau of Maternal, Child and Family Health is partnering with Cribs for Kids® and local organizations throughout Ohio to provide Cribettes® and safe sleep education to eligible families (while quantities last).

Resources From Michelle Anderson - Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

These videos are intended to provide parents with some tips and strategies to help their children show more positive behavior during this unique time at home. These are meant to be used as tools, so please add them to your "parenting toolbox". Each child is different, and so things might need to be tweaked for your specific child's needs. Videos on specific topics will be posted for elementary and adolescent age separately so that examples are more appropriate to each age group. 

 

Intro to Resources

https://youtu.be/Khdh2FJzhwE

Elementary WES/Hills Reinforcement PPT

https://youtu.be/IqH3IrahAz8

ICMS/ICHS Reinforcement PPT

 https://youtu.be/-FR2zC2La5I

This is the second video meant to support parents while children are at home. The purpose of this video is to provide tips for developing a daily schedule. It is relevant for parents of both elementary age and adolescent children. 

 
The purpose of these videos are to give families an idea of what behavioral expectations look like at school, as part of our school-wide PBIS. Students have been home for a couple of months now, and fall is a long time away. We still don’t know what the start of the coming year will bring. Suggestions are provided on how the same general expectations at school might be reinforced in the home setting. Being consistent with expectations at home and school will help set students up for success as they move into the coming year. Separate videos are provided for elementary versus middle school levels. 
 
Elementary PBIS Expectations Video:
 
ICMS PBIS Expectations Video:

Indian Creek Online Resources for Parents

PRODUCT
 RESOURCELINK
Free Online AR Books
  • School Name: Read at Home
  • Username: readnow
  • Password: myon
AR Free Digital Library
Grades K-8 Accelerated Reader
Accelerated Reader Description VideoAR Video
Grades K-8 Accelerated Reader
Accelerated Reader LoginLogin Link
Math Curriculum
Step by Step - How to Access Online Math CurriculumHow To Video - Math
Reading/ELA Curriculum
Step by Step - How to Access Online Reading CurriculumHow To Video - Reading
Google Classrom
Step by Step - How to Access Google ClassromHow To Video - Google Classroom
These strategies are meant to serve as general strategies to support positive behavior during this uncertain time period. Please note that these tools will need to be adjusted to meet the needs of your own child and family, as well as the activities provided by your child’s teacher. They are things to use every day and BEFORE the problem behavior happens.

ICHS Scholarship Information for Seniors

Scholarship Information for Seniors

Any parents who might need help with scholarship forms or transcripts (or any general questions) are welcome to email Mr. Maul at jim.maul@iclsd.org.  

The parties in the Doe v. Ohio Department of Education class action have submitted a proposed settlement to the U.S. District Court for approval. The first step in the approval process of the settlement is to provide notice of the proposed settlement to affected students and their parents. To accomplish this, we have provided the pdf linked here.
Your child is using a Chromebook at school, and you have some questions. A Chromebook may be different than the computer you have at home, so we want to help you understand what a Chromebook is and how it’s used at school.
Progress Book Parent Access Userguide

WOSU TV Educational Programming

WOSU TV is responding to the statewide school closures by changing its weekday schedule to help students, teachers and families with at-home learning. Beginning Monday, March 30th, WOSU TV 34.1 will feature a full schedule of curated daily educational programming geared to serve students in grades Pre-K–12 from 7:00am to 5:30pm each weekday.

Programming will range from the PBS KIDS series Peg + Cat and Cyberchase focused on math skills for early elementary kids to NOVA and American Experience programming for older students. The schedule will provide age- and grade-level appropriate, standards-based programs so Ohio students can continue to learn with limited or no internet access.

Student Insurance

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FOR STUDENT INSURANCE
Contact: Mr. Kevin McKinstry, an Agent
for Guarantee Trust Life of Illinois
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