Indian Springs
Elementary School
School News
8yo World Changer
Anna Patton’s passion for helping others is remarkable, especially at her young age. Only 8 years old, Anna has proven that a little empathy and determination can make a big difference. 
What is PBIS
Indian Springs Elementary has always strived to create a safe and positive learning environment for all students. In an effort to reinforce our positive school climate, staff at Indian Springs have worked together to develop a PBIS Plan. PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Interventions and Support. The philosophy of this program is that by rewarding students for positive behavior through tickets, positive praise, and rewards, students will begin to build intrinsic motivation to behave in a positive way which will help create a positive learning environment in all areas of the school. Through the PBIS program, Indian Springs has developed a common language for behavior expectations in each area of the school- playground, lunchroom, restrooms, hallway, etc. We are excited to explain some of the other programming that has been created to reinforce PBIS programming throughout our building! 
As a Title I School
Indian Springs receives Federal Title I funds to assist students in meeting state achievement standards. As a Title I School, we must meet federal regulations related to teacher qualifications as defined by ESEA. 
Summer Meals & Fun 2016
Feed Your Body And Fuel Your Brain All Summer Long With Fun, Friends, and Food.  
District News
Sales Tax Holiday
The Back-to-School countdown is on! CCS students head back to class on August 23rd. And, that means back-to-school shopping for items that students will need in class.  Read More >
All School Lottery Result Information
Elementary and Middle School Lottery results for students with on-time lottery applications will be posted on the Parent Portal the week of April 24th. High School results are already posted.  Read More >
New High School Graduation Requirements for the Class of 2018 and Beyond
Find out what the Ohio Department of Education graduation requirements include starting in 2018.  Read More >
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