PTA Information


Hello Indian Hills Families!

Pizza Studio Fundraiser: TONIGHT is the night for our Pizza Studio Fundraiser. It's an easy opportunity to support BOOT and save yourself from making dinner! Stop by Pizza Studio tonight anytime between 3:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. Show this flier or tell them you are with Indian Hills, and a generous 25 percent of the proceeds will be given to Indian Hills. Its a win for our school and a local business. See you there tonight! 

Box Tops: Another on-going way to support our school is through Box Tops. You'd be surprised how many Box Tops you can find when you start looking, and it does not cost anything but a minute to cut them out. There is a Box Tops collection container on the table in the lobby as well as collection buckets in each classroom. Use a Ziploc bag or the attached collection sheet to turn your Box Tops in. If you have any questions, please contact our Box Tops coordinator at

Parent Orchestra: The annual winter music concert is on Dec. 15. This concert is primarily a fun way for the students to enjoy the winter season, supported by our school's district music teachers and parent volunteers. Parents are invited to attend if they desire. In addition, our district music teacher, Mr. Asmand, will be leading a parent orchestra of Orff instruments (percussion instruments). We invite any interested parent to participate! If you have interest, please contact music coordinator Miriam Jensen,

Winter Service Project: Our winter service project will take place the week of Dec. 4-8. We will be collecting new and gently used clothing items for all ages and sizes as well as new and gently used toys. Items will be given to The Neighborhood House, which provides affordable day care and support services for low-income families. We are working closely with this organization to provide for specific needs. This service project will also include a fun contest for the kids -- students will have the opportunity to place their donations in bins next to the endangered species they feel the most strongly about. The species with the most donations "wins". Hopefully through this project our students will feel a sense of care for both neighbors and creatures.

Directories: The school directory is finished. Access has been given to the online/app version. Printed copies will be distributed shortly. If you did not order a copy but would like access, you can still get access to the online version. It is $6. Contact Brooke Murdock for instructions -

Thank you! 

Lisa & Jamie


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Middle School Extended Learning Program (ELP) Assesment Information

Salt Lake City School District’s Extended Learning Program (ELP) Middle School Assessment Information The Salt Lake City School District Extended Learning Program (ELP) provides specialized educational services for identified gifted and high ability 7 th and 8th grade middle school students. ELP services are available at all district middle schools with more extensive services provided through ELP Magnet Programs at Clayton, Hillside, and Glendale Middle Schools, and West High School.

For more information about upcoming testing, click on the document below:

Middle School ELP Testing Document

ELP (Extended Learning Program) Important Dates

Aug 28- Start of 4th grade testing
Sept 14 ELP Advisory Council (Let Becky Chamberlain know if you have any issues/concerns you would like her to bring to the council)
Sept 25 Middle School Testing Registration begins
Oct 11 Middle School Parent Information Meeting 6-7:30 pm, District office
Oct 12 ELP Advisory Council (Let Becky Chamberlain know if you have anything you would like her to bring to the council)
Oct 26 Middle School Parent Information Meeting 6-7:30 pm District office
Jan 18 K-6 Parent Information Meeting 6-7:30 pm District office


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