Greetings Families and Friends,
The Update is coming out a few days early before the long weekend starts.
I am really sorry I had to sit out the kindergarten celebration today, but like many, my family is having its turn with covid. I found out in the morning that one of my kids is positive so I quickly got tested and I am still waiting for the results. A special thank you to the kindergarten teachers as well as to Megan Rampton and JulieAnna Facelli for putting it all together!
We made it to the last week of the 2021-22 school year! It is a short fun week with no school on on Monday for Memorial Day and then there are lots of activities planned in the remaining days- including the school carnival on Thursday!
Monday, No School in honor of Memorial Day
Tuesday through Thursday, Regular School Day, 7:55-2:30PM
Wednesday, 4th Grade Performance, 8:30AM for a school-wide assembly 6:30PM in the auditorium for parents
Thursday, School Carnival, Here is a one-pager with all the information,Carnival June 2.pdf Also, Yearbooks will be handed out that day.
Friday, Last Day of School. Short day, 7:55-1:00PM Report Cards will be sent home with the kids that day.
On your student's report card, your student's teacher for the 2022-23 school year will be listed on it. Class lists are the result of extensive input and work from our parents and faculty. We have done our best to assign students to a class in which they will be successful. We have attempted to be sensitive to the individual needs of over 300 students. Because of the challenging dynamics of building class lists, no changes will be made after August 1st and through the first two weeks of school. If before or after these dates, any concerns need to be resolved, please check in with me. Thank you for your help and support. We are looking forward to another great year!
JA.pdf and link,Junior Achievement has shared some activities and videos for kids to do over the summer. Here is a flyer
Student Government Winners
Next year’s officers:
President. Abigail Pearson,
V.P. Ayla Martinez,
and Sec. Daahee Oh
The other candidates: Gwen Slattery, Quincey Hansen, Naomi Taylor, and Vivian Peacock will be representatives for their classrooms.
We truly appreciate how they are volunteering and for their service! Congratulations to all!
So far we have about 85 students signed up for Summer School, there is still room if you are interested. Here is the link for registration, https://www.slcschools.org/resources/summer-school
And here is a quick summary of the summer school/ “Discovery Camp” schedule.
The Indian Hills Discovery Camp hours of operation are from 8:00 – 3:00 PM.
The summer school program will start on Tuesday, June 7, and run four days a week, for six weeks.
Week of June 6: Tuesday, June7 - Thursday, June 9
Week of June 13: Monday, June 13 - Thursday, June 16
Week of June 20: Tuesday, June 21 - Friday, June 24
Week of June 27: Monday, June 27 - Thursday, June 30
Week of July 4: Tuesday, July 5 - Friday, July 8
Week of July 11: Monday, July 11 - Thursday, July 14
During summer school, the day will begin with breakfast at 8 a.m. Students will then participate in English Language Arts and Math instruction from 8:30-11:30 a.m., and from 12:30–3 p.m., they will engage in enrichment activities. Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Breakfast, and lunch will be provided to all students enrolled in summer school.
Talent Show- Saving the best for last!
A huge thank you to the PTA Video Team- Katie Moore, JulieAnna Facelli, and Jamie Linville for putting together the Talent Show - as well as to Maile Olson for organizing and leading the 6th graders. Here it is all in a video. Enjoy!
Part 1 (K-3rd grade)
Part 2 (4th-6th grade & finale)
Have a great long weekend!
Tom Luthy, Principal