Any student records requests should be emailed to our School Leader, Mrs. Bianca Rivers, at firstname.lastname@example.org OR faxed to Mrs. Rivers’ attention at 317-890-9109. You can also speak with Mrs. Rivers by calling her at Imagine West, at 317-297-9100.
IRead 3 scores for students who re-took the assessment in early June are now available. Phone calls are being made to families to let them know that letters of explanation are being mailed out on Tuesday. Please feel free to call us at 890-9100 with any questions.
Area schools are starting up soon – have you registered your child at their new school yet? Student records can be obtained by parents at our building Monday-Thursday from 9:00-3:00 and Fridays from 9:00-2:00. Your new school can also request your child’s records by faxing us at 317-890-9109. Please let us know how we can help you with a smooth transition!
Imagine East is proud to have served our families for the past five years! We recognize the importance of strong relationships between school and home, and appreciate the opportunity to have been in partnership with you in contributing to your child’s education.
It has been an honor and a privilege to know you and your child! Our administrative offices will remain open through the month of July to assist you as needed. We know you continue to have a choice in your child’s education, and we thank you for having chosen Imagine Schools.
Students are on summer break, but that doesn’t mean their learning needs to stop! Indianapolis is host to numerous fun Family Events during the month of July which feature low or no cost for participation:
July 4th Fireworks can be enjoyed downtown for free beginning at 9:45 p.m. Check local parks for their Independence Day plans, too.
The Indianapolis Museum of Art, which always offers free entrance to art exhibits as well as free guided tours of the grounds and gardens, takes things a step further on Saturdays from noon-4:00 when families can create free art projects. Details are available at www.imamuseum.org.
Community Tuesdays continue with discounted admission to the Indianapolis Zoo ($8/person), half-price admission to the Indiana State Museum and $2 tickets to the IMAX theater, and Target will sponsor free admission to The Children’s Museum from 4-8:00 p.m. on July 11.
The Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration will feature extensive family fun, including Children’s Day complete with a Family Fun Zone on Friday, July 19. Visit www.indianablackexpo.com for full details of all planned events.
Other free options include neighborhood parks for nature hikes and picnics, and the Indianapolis Public Library system for books, magazines, movies and music as well as computer access.
Imagine East’s summer administrative hours will be Monday-Thursday from 9:00-3:00 and Friday from 9:00-2:00.
As we begin our final day of school today, we’d like to take a moment to Thank You for your support, for sharing your children with us, and for trusting us with their education. Our students have worked very hard – this is just the start of their accomplishments!
We know you have a choice in your child’s education, and we thank you for having chosen Imagine Schools!!
The Indiana Department of Education is offering free online reading resources to the community. Books are available for free download, and can be chosen based on students’ reading level and areas of interest. Please visit www.doe.in.gov/improvement/hoosier-family-readers for more information.
Please click on the links below for important information about Imagine East. Please know that our doors will remain open through this school year and that we are committed to continue to serve our students and families through June.
Imagine Indiana Media Statement 5_15_13
Imagine East decision
Imagine East Kindergarten students celebrated Earth Day by learning about landfills and how to reduce the amount of garbage we produce each day.
Miss Robyn, a Geologist with the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, visited each kindergarten class and talked about how to decide if you can Reduce, Reuse, Recycle or Compost your daily garbage.
Students then made a model using chocolate syrup, licorice sticks, pudding and cookies to represent the various layers of a landfill. Ask a kindergartner about the clay, pipes, methane tubes, garbage and soil layers in a landfill!
It takes many hands to properly build a landfill!
Students in grades 5-8 are encouraged to attend Brain Link and MASH programs hosted by the Indiana University School of Medicine. The three-week programs will feature classroom and hands-on lab experiences in Science, Math, and Language Arts, as well as recreational activities.
The programs are designed to stimulate students’ interest in health care careers. More information, including registration forms, can be found by visiting http://faculty.medicine,iu.edu/offices/da/
Ms. Venessa Sallie has been named Imagine East’s Teacher of the Year! Ms. Sallie has been a kindergarten teacher at our school since 2009.
Ms. Brittany Day and Mrs. Heather Hammer are our runners up. Ms. Day teaches kindergarten and Mrs. Hammer teachers sixth grade. Both ladies have been with Imagine East since 2011.
Congratulations to (l-r) Mrs. Hammer, Ms. Sallie, and Ms. Day!
Students in grades 3-8 can access Acuity activities from any computer by logging onto www.acuityathome.com with their log in and password. Acuity activities have been assigned by Imagine East teachers, and feature practice on specific skills which students have shown they need a little extra practice on in order to reach mastery. Any student who isn’t sure of his/her log in or password information can check with their classroom teacher.
Imagine Schools is sponsoring an on-line petition to encourage the public to help in our appeal to Ball State University regarding renewing our charter.
Your VOICE should be heard when it comes to your CHOICE of schools for your child!
Please visit https://www.change.org/petitions/ball-state-university-renew-the-charters-of-imagine-broadway-master-academy-and-imagine-east to offer your support to the Imagine Indiana schools.