Parents/guardians and students attending Warren schools have online access to courses, grades, attendance, discipline, and academic history that is stored in Tyler SIS, our student information system. This information is real time and is available 24 hours a day from any location as long as you have access to a computer and Chrome, Internet Explorer, or FireFox. You can access Tyler SIS by clicking on the link below, entering your username and password, and clicking LOGIN.
Tuesday, September 30 is Parent/Teacher Conference Day for students in PreK-8. Students in preschool through 8th grade do not attend school on this day. This is a chance for the parent school partnership to strengthen as we discuss your child's progress at school. Students in grades 4-8 will participate in student-led conferences to take ownership of their data and share their progress with you. You may want to make a list of topics to discuss with your child's teacher including asking what you can do at home to help your child be successful. Please plan on attending this important conference and sharing and celebrating your child's successes.
Warren Township is partnering with the YMCA to offer School’s Out Camp during Fall Intersession, October 6th - 17th. Camp will be offered at the Early Childhood Center, for pre-school age, and Lakeside Elementary and the Ransburg YMCA, for school-age children. Activities will include arts and crafts, science experiments, cooking projects, and more! For rates or to register call (317)226-9122 or visit the website at www.indymca.org/classes-programs.
All Warren PreK-6 buildings will once again be participating in "Spread the Love" which is a campaign sponsored by Gleaners Food Bank and Shine FM. Students are encouraged to bring in unopened jars of peanut butter during the month of September. "Spread the Love" is designed to be a fun and engaging way for students to participate in Hunger Action Month and learn about the needs of their community.
As many of you know, the landscape of Indiana education and its curriculum has changed over the last couple of years. Although we believe that these changes will have a positive impact on all Indiana students, we are making sure that our students in Warren are prepared for the real world once they graduate high school. In an effort to share some of the recent changes in curriculum and how Warren teachers are preparing our students to be ready for college or their career, we invite you to attend the MSD Warren School Board sponsored Community Dialogue on Wednesday, September 24th at the Warren Education and Community Center, 975 N. Post Road at 6:30 PM. This community dialogue, "How to Help Your Child in the New Academic Environment" will provide a backdrop on the current Indiana College and Career Readiness Standards and information to help you and your child be successful with the new changes.
Pleasant Run Elementary is excited to have AAA Safety Patrol assisting with before and after
school bus duties. Members of the Safety Patrol Team help monitor the students as they enter and exit the school building every morning and afternoon. They help promote the CORE values
here at Pleasant Run. The Safety Patrol is being organized by Mrs. Catt, physical education teacher.
Officers Jalen Hester, Leslie Hernandez, Hector Bailon, Jediah Jackson, Lilana Malanado, Chloe Cooper, Miranda Sayer, Sulady Tochimani, Jeremy Floyd, Jalen Jackson, Alexus Smith, Andrew Berling, and Sydney Odom.
Captain: Christian Herron, Lieutenant: Braylon Scott, Lieutenant Gurdeep Singh