2017-18 Back to School Guidebook

Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation

Superintendent: David Smith, 951 Walnut St.,812-435-8453

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS:

Caze: (K-5) Principal Jared Turney, 2013 S. Green River Road, 812-477-5567

Cynthia Heights: (K-5) Principal Chastity Nisbeth, 7225 Big Cynthia Road, 812-435-8740

Daniel Wertz: (Pre-K-5) Principal Nathan Steele, 1701 S. Red Bank Road, 812- 435-8312

Delaware: (K-6) Principal Julie Underwood, 700 N. Garvin St.,812-435- 8227

Dexter: (K-5) Principal DeKarla Owens, 917 S. Dexter Ave., 812-476-1321

Evans: (Pre-K-6) Principal Toni Hamilton, 2727 N. Evans Ave., 812-435-8330

Fairlawn: (K-5) Principal Beth Mortis, 2021 S. Alvord Blvd., 812-476-4997

Harper: (K-5) Principal Sarah O'Daniel, 21 S. Alvord Blvd., 812-476-1308

Hebron: (K-5) Principal Mike Taylor, 4400 Bellemeade Ave., 812-477- 8915

Highland: (K-5) Principal Martin Brown, 6701 Darmstadt Road, 812-867- 6401

Oak Hill: (K-6) Principal Lisa Shanks,7700 Oak Hill Road, 812-867-6426

Scott: (K-6) Principal Kimber Scarlett, 14940 Old State Road, 812- 867-2427

Stockwell: (K-5) Principal Tijuanna Tolliver, 2501 N. Stockwell Road, 812-477-5345

Stringtown: (K-5) Principal Doug Mills, 4720 Stringtown Road, 812- 435-8320

Tekoppel: (K-5) Principal Robert White, 111 N. Tekoppel Ave., 812-435-8333

Vogel: (K-6) Principal Brian Baumeyer, 1500 Oak Hill Road, 812-477-6109

West Terrace: (K-5) Principal Katie White, 8000 W. Terrace Drive,812- 435-8733

K-8 SCHOOLS:

Cedar Hall: (Pre-K-8) Principal Joe Schlosser, 2100 N. Fulton Ave., 812-435- 8223

Glenwood Leadership Academy: Principal Tamara Skinner, 901 Sweetser Ave., 812-435-8242

Lincoln: Principal Ronnetha Darrett, 635 Lincoln Ave.,812-435- 8235 

Lodge: Principal Robert Eberhart, 2000 Lodge Ave., 812-477-5319

MIDDLE SCHOOLS:

Helfrich Park STEM Academy: (6-8) Principal Cory Herrin, 2603 W. Maryland St., 812- 435-8246

McGary: (6-8) Principal Dale Naylor, 1535 S. Joyce Ave., 812-476-3035

North Junior High School: (7,8) Principal Aaron Huff, 15325 U.S. 41 North, 812- 435-0975

Perry Heights: (6-8) Principal Jeanette Lindauer, 5800 Hogue Road, 812-435-8326

Plaza Park International Prep Academy: (6-8) Principal Shane Browder, 7301 Lincoln Ave., 812-476-4971

Thompkins: (6-8) Principal Kara Hartz, 1300 W. Mill Road, 812-435- 8323

Washington: (6-8) Principal Michele Branson, 1801 Washington Ave., 812- 477-8983

HIGH SCHOOLS:

Bosse: Principal Sheila Huff, 1300 Washington Ave.,812- 477-1661

Central: Principal Andrea Campbell, 5400 First Ave., 812-435-8292

Harrison: Principal Elizabeth Wells, 211 Fielding Road, 812-477- 1046

New Tech Institute: Principal Chris Gibson, 1901 Lynch Road, 812-435-0967 

North: Principal John Skinner,15331 U.S. 41 North, 812-435-8283

Reitz: Principal Elizabeth Carnahan, 350 Dreier Blvd., 812-435-8206

EVSC SPECIAL PROGRAMS:

Academy for Innovative Studies-First Avenue Campus High School: Principal Kristine Eichholz, 3013 N. First Ave., 812-435-8316

Academy for Innovative Studies-Diamond Campus: High School Principal Jason Adams, Middle School Principal Hannah Kirkman, 2319 Stringtown Road, 812-435-0979

Early College High School: Director Wendy McNamara, 3501 N. First Ave., 812-492- 0532

Southern Indiana Career and Technical Center: Principal David St.Clair, 1901 Lynch Road, 812-435-8438;

Virtual Academy: Director Janet Leistner, 1901 Lynch Road, 812-435-0939

EVSC REGULAR SCHOOLS:

Aug. 7-8: Teacher's Meetings

Aug.9: First day of school

Sept.4: No school, Labor Day

Oct. 5: End of 9-week grading period

October 6, 9-10: No school

Nov.10: No school, Veterans Day

Nov. 22: No school

Nov. 23-24: No school, Thanksgiving break

Dec. 20: End of first semester

Dec. 21- Jan. 1: Winter recess

Jan. 2: Teacher Day

Jan. 3: First day of second semester

Jan.15: No school, Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Feb. 19: No school,Presidents Day, potential makeup day

March 9: End of 9-week grading period

March 26- 30: No school, Spring recess

April 20, 23: No school, potential makeup days

May 23: End of second semester

May 21-23: Senior graduations

FOOD SERVICE:

Breakfast and lunch are available on regularly scheduled days in EVSC’s schools. Meal serving times are scheduled by the administration at each school. All menus for the EVSC schools meet the dietary guidelines as established by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Menus and nutrient information are posted on the EVSC’s Food and Nutrition Web page.

Breakfast K-8 is $1.35 and $1.50 for grades 9-12, reduced breakfast is 30 cents and reduced lunch is 40 cents at every school. Paid lunch is $2 in kindergarten through fifth grade, $2.15 in sixth through eighth grade and $2.35 in high school. Adult lunch is $3 at every school. Ala carte items, ranging in price from 25 cents to $3, are available for fourth and fifth graders and middle and high school students in the school cafeterias.

Foods offered for sale in the school cafeterias comply with the guidelines as outlined in the EVSC Wellness Policy. Meal payments using cash or a check—made out to the school cafeteria — may be made at your child’s school. Your phone number must be on the check. Although not encouraged, charges are permitted on a very limited basis. You may also use VISA or MasterCard to make payments into the student’s meal account online.A fee per transaction will be charged for those making online deposits. To access this service, go to EZSchoolPay.com. Families wishing to apply for free/reduced lunch and textbooks can do so online by going evscschools.com/family_services and click on “Food and Nutrition,” then “Free & Reduced Lunch.”

DRESS CODE:

A number of EVSC schools have enhanced dress code policies that are designed to keep students focused on classroom activities and make it easier for families to provide school clothing. To see a list of schools and the policy, visit evscschools.com/family_services and click “Dress for Success.”

PHYSICAL EXAMS:

Written documentation of a physical examination by a physician or nurse practitioner is required for students entering the EVSC for the first time, enrolling in kindergarten, entering sixth grade and entering ninth grade. Forms are available at the schools or at the Center for Family, School and Community Partnerships at 123 Main St. They also can be accessed on the corporation’s website.

IMMUNIZATIONS:

Immunizations are required by law. When a student enrolls in a school system for the first time or any subsequent time and at any level, his parents must show either that he has been immunized or that a current religious or medical objection is on file. Parents must provide the School Corp. with complete immunization records before the beginning of the school year. A list of required immunizations is on EVSC’s website under family services. The waiver for an exemption requires a signature by a physician for medical reasons or a letter from a parent or guardian for religious reasons. Both waivers must be updated annually. For more information, call the Center for Family, School and Community Partnerships at 812-435-8279.

TRANSPORTATION:

Students whose residence is more than one (1) mile from their respective elementary school, one and one half (1½) miles from their respective middle school and two (2) miles from their respective high school are eligible for EVSC bus transportation services. Parents can check the Back to School information on EVSC’s website to see bus stop times and locations. If you have questions, call 812-435-1BUS.

HOURS:

Elementary school hours: 8:15 a.m. to 3:10 p.m.

Most high school,middle school and K-8 hours: 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Academy for Innovative Studies-Diamond Campus hours:7:55 a.m. to 1:55 p.m.

Academy for Innovative Studies-First Avenue hours: 8 a.m. to 2:55 p.m.

TEXTBOOK RENTALS AND RATES:

Textbook invoices are distributed to elementary and middle school families during the first week of school and to high school families in late August/early September. For more information on textbook rental and rates, visit evscschools.com/about_us, then click on “Rental Rates & Fees.”

DAYCARE:

The Extended Day Care Program is available for children who need care before and/or after school. Applications are available by going to evscschools.com/ family_services and clicking on “Extended Day Centers.” Children may attend before school from 6 a.m. until school starts and from the end of the school day until 6 p.m. A fee will be charged to parents who are late picking up their children. Fees must be paid by the first day of the week of attendance.If children are in attendance only part of the week, full payment is expected for the entire week. The morning program is $17 per week, the afternoon-only program is $38 per week and for both it is $55 per week, per child. Daily fees are $8 for morning programs and $13 for the afternoon programs. Parents are responsible for all transportation. Children in the morning program will be able to purchase breakfast at the school cafeteria. Snacks will be provided for the afternoon program. The ED Centers have space for students to do homework, read for pleasure, and participate in recreational activities. The ED Centers are open only when school is in session. If schools are closed due to inclement weather or other emergency, the ED Centers will be closed and no charge will be made for that day.

SPECIAL EDUCATION:

Special education bus transportation is provided for those students whose individualized education programs require transportation. Bus assistants are assigned to help children get on and off the bus and help them during the ride to and from school if needed. To obtain busing information, call 435-8263. Special education services are available for those who are blind or have low vision, deaf and hard of hearing, orthopedically impaired, have an autism spectrum disorder, have mild cognitive disabilities, have an emotional disability, have a traumatic brain injury, have a moderate or severe cognitive disability or are language- and speech impaired. There are services for those with other health impairments in addition to home bound services. There are also programs for early childhood students with special needs. If you suspect a child between the ages of 3-5 has a developmental delay or disability in such areas as language, cognitive ability, vision, hearing, or motor, please contact the Early Childhood Program office at 812-435-8586. The staff will obtain information and arrange the necessary evaluation. All evaluations and services are provided free of charge. For information concerning special education services, call the Special Education Office at 812-435-8442.

Henderson County Kentucky Schools

Superintendent: Marganna Stanley, 1805 Second St., Henderson, Kentucky, 270- 831-5000

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS:

A.B. Chandler: Principal Brandy Haley, 11215 U.S. 60 West, Corydon, Kentucky, 270-533-1760;

Bend Gate: Principal Deborah Harman, 920 Bend Gate Road, Henderson, Kentucky, 270- 831-5040;

Cairo: Principal Brooke Shappell, 10694 U.S. 41 Alternate, Henderson, Kentucky, 270-533-1286;

East Heights: Principal Erika Odom, 1776 Adams Lane, Henderson, Kentucky, 270- 831-5072;

Jefferson: Principal Crissy Sandefur, 315 Jackson St., Henderson, Kentucky, 270-831-5090;

Niagara: Principal Paige O’Nan, 13043 U.S. 136 E., Henderson, Kentucky, 270-831-5142;

South Heights: Principal Rob Carroll, 1199 Madison St., Henderson, Kentucky, 270-831-5081;

Spottsville: Principal Sarah Estabrook, 9190 U.S. 60 East, Spottsville, Kentucky

MIDDLE SCHOOLS:

North: Principal Becky Johnson, 1707 Second St., Henderson Kentucky, 270- 831-5060;

South: Principal Ryan Reusch, 800 S. Alves St., Henderson, Kentucky, 270- 831-5050

HIGH SCHOOLS:

Henderson County High School: Principal Chad Thompson, 2424 Zion Road, Henderson, Kentucky, 270-831-8800;

Career and Technical Education: Assistant Principal Amanda Lacer, 2424 Zion Road, Henderson, Kentucky, 270- 831-8850 

Central Academy: Principal Anthony Black, 851 Center St., Henderson, Kentucky, 270-831-5100

CALENDAR:

Aug. 9: First day of school.

Sept. 4: Labor Day. No school.

Oct. 9-13: Fall break.

Nov. 22-24: Thanksgiving break.

Dec. 20-Jan. 1: Winter break.

Jan. 2: First day of second semester.

Jan. 15: Martin Luther King Jr. Day. No school.

Feb. 19: Presidents Day. No school. Possible makeup.

April 2-6: spring break.

May 17: Last day for students.

May 18, May 21, May 23-25 and May 29-31: Possible make up days.

Evansville Charter and Private

Memorial (9-12): Principal Marie Williams, 1500 Lincoln Ave., 812-476-4973;

Mater Dei (9-12): Principal Darin Knight,1300 Harmony Way, 812-426-2258;

Evansville Day School (Pre-K-12): Head of school Jarin Jaffee, 3400 N. Green River Road, 812-476- 3039;

Signature School (9-12): Executive director/Principal Jean Hitchcock, 610 Main St., 812-421-1820;

Evansville Lutheran (K-8): Principal Tony Shull, 120 East Michigan St., 812-424-7252;

Joshua Academy (K-6): Principal Pamela Decker, 1230 E. Illinois St., 812-401-6300;

Montessori Academy (Age 3 through third grade): Head of school Diane Barron, 4611 Adams Ave., 812- 479-1776

Evansville Christian School North Campus (K-2): Principal Suzie Masterson, 4100 Millersburg Road, 812- 477-7777

Evansville Christian School East (Pre-K-5): Principal Suzie Masterson, 4400 Lincoln Ave., 812-477- 7777;

Evansville Christian School Cullen (6-8): Principal Mike Allen, 25 S. Cullen Ave., 812-477-7777 

CALENDARS:

Memorial:

Aug. 8: First day of school 

Sept.4: No school

Oct. 6: No school 

Oct. 9: No school

Nov. 22-24: Thanksgiving break

Dec. 21- Jan. 1: Winter break

Jan. 2: School resumes

Jan.15: No school, potential makeup day

Feb.19: No school, potential makeup day

March 26-30: Spring break

April 2: No school, potential makeup day

May 18: Last day of school

Mater Dei:

Aug. 8: First day of school

Sept 4: No school

Oct. 6: No school

Oct. 9: No school

Nov. 22-24: Thanksgiving break

Dec. 21-Jan. 1: Winter break

Jan. 2: First day back

Jan.15: No school, potential makeup day

Feb. 19: No school, potential makeup day

March 26-30: Spring break

April 2: No school

May 18: Last day of school

Evansville Day School:

Aug. 9: First day of school

Sept. 4: No school, Labor Day

Oct. 6: No school, faculty in-service

Oct. 13: End of first quarter

Oct. 16-20: Fall break

Oct. 27: No school

Nov. 22-24: Thanksgiving break

Dec. 15: End of first semester, early dismissal

Dec. 18- Jan. 1: Winter break

Jan. 2: First day back

Jan.12: No school, faculty in-services

Jan.15: No school, Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Feb. 16: Parent Teacher conferences/ No School

Feb.20: No school,Presidents Day

March 16: End of third quarter

March 26-30: Spring break

May 18: Commencement

May 25: Last day. early dismissal

June 11: First day of Summer Academy 

Signature School:

Aug. 7, 8: Teacher workdays

Aug. 9: First day of school

Sept. 4: No school, Labor Day

Oct. 5: End of first grading period 

Oct. 6-10: Fall break

Nov. 10: No school, Veterans Day

Nov. 22-24: Thanksgiving break

Dec. 20: End of second grading period/first semester

Dec. 21- Jan. 2: Winter recess

Jan. 15: No school, Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Feb. 19: No school, Presidents Day

March 9: End of third grading period

March 23-30:Spring break

April 20, 23: No school, Reading Day

May 24: Last day of school, commencement

May 25: Teacher workday

Evansville Lutheran:

Aug. 9: First day of school

Sept. 4: No school, Labor Day

Oct. 6-10: No school, fall break

Oct. 18-20: Parent/teacher conferences

Oct. 20: No school

Nov. 22-24: Thanksgiving break

Dec. 20: End of second quarter

Dec. 21-Jan. 2: Christmas break

Jun. 3: Classes resume

Jan.16: No school, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, potential makeup day

Feb. 19: No school, potential makeup day

March 26-30: Spring break

April 20-23: No school, potential make up days 

May 23: Last day of school

Joshua Academy:

Aug. 2: First day of school

Sept. 4: No school, Labor Day

Oct. 9: No school

Nov. 10: No school, Veterans Day

Nov. 22-24: Thanksgiving Break

Dec. 18- Jan. 2 Christmas Break

Jan. 3: School resumes

Jan. 15: No school, Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Jan. 19: No school, President's Day

March 26-30: Spring Break

April 20: No school

May 25: Last day of school

Montessori Academy:

Aug. 16: First day of school

Sept. 4: No school, Labor Day

Oct. 6: No school, day care for a.m./p.m. students only

Oct. 9: No school, daycare for a.m./p.m. students only

Oct. 16: No school, daycare for a.m./p.m. students only

Nov. 9: No school for elementary students, daycare for all a.m./p.m. students

Nov. 10:No school,Veterans Day, daycare for a.m./p.m. students only

Nov. 22:No school for elementary students, daycare for all a.m./p.m. students

Nov. 23-24: Thanksgiving break

Dec. 21-22: No school, daycare for a.m./p.m. students only

Dec. 25-26: No school

Dec. 27-29: No school, daycare for a.m./p.m. students only

Jan 1: No school

Jan. 2: No school, daycare for a.m./p.m. students only

Jan. 3: School resumes

Jan.15: No school, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, day care for a.m./p.m. students only

Feb. 19: No school, Presidents Day, daycare for a.m./p.m. students only

March 26-30: Spring break, daycare for a.m./p.m. students only

April 13: No school, day care for a.m./p.m. students only

April 23: No school, day care for a.m./p.m. students only

May 25: Last day of school

Evansville Christian School:

Aug. 8: Teacher workday

Aug. 9: First day of school

Sept. 4: No school, Labor Day

Oct. 6: End of first quarter

Oct. 9-13: Fall break

Nov. 2-24: Thanksgiving break

Dec. 20: End of second quarter

Dec. 21- Jan. 2: Christmas break

Jan. 3: School resumes

Jan. 15: No school,Martin Luther King Jr. Day, potential makeup day

Feb. 19: No school, Presidents Day, potential makeup day

March 9: End of third quarter

March. 226-30: Spring break

April 20: No school, potential makeup day

May 23: Last day of school

May 24: No school, potential makeup day

FIRST DAYS AT OTHER CATHOLIC SCHOOLS:

Aug. 3
Holy Redeemer, Evansville
Washington Catholic Elementary
Washington Catholic Middle & High School


Aug. 8
Annunciation Catholic School, Christ the King Campus, Evansville
Annunciation Catholic School, Holy Spirit Campus, Evansville
Corpus Christi, Evansville
Good Shepherd, Evansville
Holy Rosary, Evansville
Mater Dei High School, Evansville
Reitz Memorial High School, Evansville
St. Benedict, Evansville
St. Philip, Posey County


Aug. 9
Flaget Elementary, Vincennes
Rivet Middle & High School, Vincennes
St. Bernard, Rockport
St. James, Haubstadt
St. John, Newburgh
St. Joseph, Vanderburgh County
St. Joseph, Princeton
St. Wendel, St. Wendel
Westside Catholic, Evansville


Aug. 10
Holy Cross, Fort Branch
Holy Trinity, Dubois County
Resurrection, Evansville
St. Matthew, Mount Vernon
Sts. Peter & Paul, Haubstadt

 

Warrick County School Corporation

Superintendent: Brad Schneider, 300 E. Gum St., Boonville, 812-897-0400

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS:

John H.Castle (K-5):Principal Marty Watson, 3077 Indiana 261, Newburgh, 812-853- 8878. Doors open at 7:45 a.m., classes run from 8:20 a.m. to 3:05 p.m.

Chandler (K-5): Principal Stephanie Henrich, 401 Jaycee St., Chandler, 812-925-6021. Doors open at 7:30 a.m. for Excel classes and 7:50 a.m. for K-5 students, classes run from 8:20 a.m. to 3:05 p.m. Excel classes run from 7:35 to 2:05.

Elberfeld (K-6): Principal Holly Arnold, 45 S. Fifth St., Elberfeld, 812-983-4221. Doors open at 7:55 a.m., classes run from 8:05 a.m. to 3:05 p.m.

Loge (K-5): Principal Lynn Pierce, 915 N. 4th St., Boonville, 812-897-2230. Doors open at 7:30 a.m., classes run from 8 a.m. to 2:40 p.m.

Lynnville (K-6): Principal Gene Raber,320 E.4th,Lynnville, 812-922-3828. Doors open at 7:30 a.m.,classes run from 7:50 a.m. to 2:40 p.m.

Newburgh (K-5): Principal Kurt Krodel,306 State St., Newburgh, 812-853-8921. Doors open 7:45 a.m., classes run from 8:20 a.m. to 3:05 p.m.

Oakdale (K-5): Principal Jamie Pryor, 802 S. 8th St., Boonville, 812-897-3710. Doors open at 7:30 a.m., classes run from 8 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.

Sharon (K-5): Principal Ashlee Bruggenschmidt, 7300 Sharon Road, Newburgh, 812-853- 3349. Doors open at 8 a.m., classes run from 8:15 a.m. to 3:05 p.m.

Tennyson (K-5): Principal Tim Long,323 N. Main St., Tennyson, 812-567-4715. Doors open at 7:30 a.m., classes run from 8 a.m. to 2:40 p.m.

Yankeetown (K-5): Principal David McConnell, 7422 Yankeetown Road, Newburgh, 812-853-8500. Doors open at 8:05 a.m.,classes run from 8:25 a.m. to 3:07 p.m.

MIDDLE SCHOOLS:

Boonville (6-8): Principal Abbie Redmon, 555 N. Yankeetown Road, Boonville, 812-897-1420. Doors open at 7:45 a.m.,classes run from 7:55 a.m. to3 p.m. to bus students or 3:05 for walkers.

Castle North (6-8): Principal John Bertram, 2800 Indiana 261, Newburgh, 812-853-7347. Doors open at 7 a.m., classes run from7:25 a.m. to2:30 p.m.

Castle South (6-8): Principal James Hood, 3711 Casey Road, Newburgh, 812-490- 7930. Doors open at 7 a.m., classes run from 7:25 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Tecumseh Middle School (6-8): Principal Keith Paige, 812- 922-0122. Doors open at 7:35 a.m.,classes run from7:45 a.m. to 2:55 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOLS:

Boonville: Principal Mike Whitten, 300 N. First St., Boonville, 812-897-4701. Doors open at 7:30 a.m., classes run from 7:40 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.

Castle: Principal Doug Gresham, 3344 Indiana 261, Newburgh, 812-853-3331. Doors open at 7 a.m., classes run from 7:35 a.m. to 2:40 p.m.

Tecumseh High School: Principal Josh Susott, 5244 Indiana 68, Lynnville, 812-922- 3237. Doors open at 7:35 a.m., classes run from 7:45 a.m. to 2:55 p.m.

ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS:

Warrick Education Center: Principal Drew Gerth, 3199 Indiana 261, Newburgh, 812- 858-4309 or 812-858-3417. Doors open at 7:15 a.m., classes run from 7:55 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 11:55 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

CALENDAR:

Aug 7, 8: Teacher Orientation

Aug 9: First day of school

Sept. 4: No School, Labor Day

Oct. 12: End of first nine weeks

Oct. 13-16: Fall Break

Nov. 22-24: Thanksgiving Break

Dec. 20: End of first semester, Christmas Break begins

Jan. 3: Second semester begins

Jan. 15: No school, Martin Luther King Day, makeup day

Feb. 19: No school, Presidents Day, makeup day

March 9: End of third nine weeks

March 23: No school, makeup day

March 26-30: Spring Break

April 13: No school, makeup day

April 27: No school, makeup day

May 11: No school, makeup day

May 23: Last day of school

May 24: Teacher work day (1/2 day)

ORIENTATION AND OPEN HOUSES:

John H. Castle: Kindergarten - 6 p.m. Aug. 7

Chandler: General Education throughout the day August 21 and Kindergarten- 5:30 p.m. August 7 

Elberfeld:  Kindergarten 6 p.m. Aug. 7

Loge: Kindergarten 5 p.m. Aug. 7

Lynville: Kindergarten 6 p.m. Aug. 7

Newburgh: Kindergarten Aug 7 5:30. Grades one and two 7 p.m. Aug. 7

Oakdale: Kindergarten 5:30 p.m. Aug. 7

Sharon: Kindergarten 2 p.m. Aug. 6

Tennyson: 3:30 p.m. Aug. 8 Kindergarten orientation for parents only 

Yankeetown: Kindergarten 5:30 p.m. Aug. 7

Boonville High School Pioneer Kick off: The student orientation is Aug.7, from 4:30-7 p.m. The parent orientation is 6-7 p.m. Schedule will be distributed at orientation.

Castle High School Knight Kick Off: The freshmen student orientation is Aug. 4, from 2-6 p.m. Schedule will be distributed at orientation. There will be a freshmen parent meeting from 5-6 p.m.

Tecumseh High School: All grade levels of students are invited to an open house Aug. 16, 5:30-7 p.m.

Tecumseh Middle School: Sixth grade orientation is Aug 3 at 6 p.m. for parents and students. Seventh and eighth graders can pick up their schedules Aug 4 from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1- 2:30 p.m. Grades 6-8 will have an Open House Aug 16 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. for parents and students. 

Boonville Middle School: Parent/student orientation for 6th graders will be held Aug.7 at 7 p.m. Students in seventh and eighth grade should receive homeroom assignment by Aug.4, by phone call.

Castle North Middle School: The sixth grade orientation will be on Aug.4 from 9-11:30 a.m. in Gym A. The meeting for sixth grade parents is Aug.3 from 6-8 p.m. in the cafeteria. All seventh and eighth grade students can pick up their class schedules on Aug. 4 from 1:30-3 p.m. in the cafeteria. Seventh and eighth grade open house is Aug. 23 from 6:30- 8:30 p.m.

Castle South Middle School: The sixth grade orientation will be Aug.4 from 9-11:15 a.m. in the Dragon's Den. Students in seventh and eighth grade can pick up their schedules Aug. 4 from 1-3 p.m. The sixth grade Open House/Meet the Teacher Night will be Aug. 15 at 6 p.m. The seventh and eighth grade Open House/Meet the Teacher Night will be Aug. 15 at 7:15 p.m. 

BOOK RENTALS AND FEES:

Kindergarten: $86 

Grade 1: $92 

Grade 2: $77

Grade 3: $89 

Grade 4: $75

Grade 4 excel: $58 

Grade 5: $75 

Grade 5 excel: $57

Life skills (elem): $77

Art project fees grades K-5: $6

Agenda book fee grades K-5: $5

FOOD SERVICE:

Elementary Breakfast: $1.35

Middle School Breakfast: $1.50

High School Breakfast: $1.50

Reduced price breakfast: $.30

Adult breakfast: $2

Elementary lunch: $2

Middle school lunch: $2.15

High school lunch: $2.35

Reduced price lunch: $.40

Adult lunch: $3.50

North Gibson School Corporation:

Superintendent: Brian Harmon,1108 N. Embree St., Princeton, 812-385-4851

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
Princeton Community Primary School,South (Kindergarten): Principal Mary Williams, 215 W. Water St., Princeton, Indiana,812-385-4772;

Princeton Community Primary School, North (1-2): Principal MaryWilliams, 1108 N. Embree St.,Princeton,Indiana,812-386-1222;

Princeton Community Intermediate School (3-5): Principal David McClary, 1108N. Embree St., Princeton,Indiana, 812-386-1221

MIDDLE SCHOOL
Princeton Community Middle School (6-8): Principal Noah Velthouse, 1106 N. Embree St.,Princeton,Indiana,812-385-2020

HIGH SCHOOL
Princeton Community High School: Principal SteveHauger, 1101 N. Main St., Princeton, Indiana, 812-385-2591

CALENDAR
Aug. 8: Teacher orientation
Aug. 9: First day of school
Sept. 4: No school, Labor Day
Oct.6: End of first grading period
Oct. 13-16: No school, fall holiday
Nov. 22-24: Thanksgiving vacation
Dec.20: End of first semester
Dec. 21-Jan. 3: Winter break

Jan. 4: school resumes
Jan.15: No school,Martin
Luther King Jr. Day, makeup day
Feb. 19: No school, Presidents
Day, makeup day
March 8: End of grading period
March 16: No School, makeup day
March 26-30: Spring break
April 13: No school, makeup day
May 11:No school,makeup day
May 23:Last day of school
May 26: Graduation

Metropolitan School District of Mount Vernon:

Superintendent: Tom Kopatich, 1000 W. Fourth St., Mount Vernon, 812-838-4471

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS:

Farmersville: Principal Elizabeth Johns, 4065 Indiana 69 S., Mount Vernon, 812- 838- 6593

Marrs: Principal Greg DeWeese, 9201 Indiana 62 East, 812-985-2082 

West: Principal Amanda Wilson, 1105W.4th St.,812-833-2072

MIDDLE SCHOOL:

Mount Vernon Junior High: Principal Chad Rogers, 701 Tile Factory Road, Mount Vernon, 812-833-2077 

HIGH SCHOOL:

Mount Vernon High School: Principal Tom Russel, 700 Harriett St., Mount Vernon, 812-838-4356

ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS:

Opportunity Center: Principal Jean Harshbarger, 700 Harriet St., Mount Vernon, 812-833-3350

CALENDAR:

Aug. 9: First day for staff

Aug.10: First day for students

Sept. 4:No school,Labor Day

Oct. 23: Fall Vacation

Nov. 22-24: Thanksgiving vacation

Dec. 20: Semester I ends

Dec. 21- Jan. 3: Winter Vacation

Jan. 3: Staff present

Jan.15: No school, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, makeup day

Feb. 19: No school, Presidents Day, makeup day 

March 26- 30: Spring vacation

April 2: Schools closed

April 27: Schools closed, makeup day

April 30: Schools closed, makeup day

May 23: Semester II ends

May 24: Records day (staff present), makeup day

May 25: Graduation

Metropolitan School District of North Posey:

Superintendent: Todd Camp, 101 N. Church St., Poseyville, 812-874-2243

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS:

North: Principal Shannon MacMunn, 63 W. Fletchall Ave., Poseyville, 812-874- 2710

South Terrace: Principal Kelly Carlton, 8427 Hines Road, Wadesville, 812-985- 3180

MIDDLE SCHOOLS:

North Posey Junior High: Principal Steve Kavanaugh, 5800 High School Road, Poseyville, 812-673-4244

HIGH SCHOOL:

North Posey High School: Principal Scott Strieter, 5900 High School Road, Poseyville, 812- 673-4242

CALENDAR:

Aug. 9: Teacher orientation

Aug. 10: First day of school

Aug. 31: Two-hour early dismissal

Sept. 4: No school, Labor Day

Sept. 19: Two-hour early dismissal

Oct. 6-9: Fall break

Oct.19: Two-hour early dismissal

Nov. 1: Two-hour early dismissal

Nov. 22-24: Thanksgiving break

Dec.19: End of first semester

Dec. 20: Jan. 2: Winter break

Jan.10: Two-hour early dismissal

Jan.15: No school,Martin Luther King Jr. Day, potential makeup day

Feb. 8: Two-hour early dismissal

Feb. 19: No school, Presidents Day, potential makeup day

March 26-2: Spring break

April 10: Two-hour early dismissal

April 27: No school

May 23: Last day of school

May 25: Graduation

South Gibson School Corporation:

Superintendent: Stacey Humbaugh, 1029 W. 650 S., Fort Branch, 812-753-4230

COMMUNITY SCHOOLS:

Fort Branch (K-8): Principal Mark Wahl, 7670 S. Eastview Lane, Fort Branch, 812-753-3641

Haubstadt (K-8): Principal John Obermeier,158 E.1025 South, Haubstadt, 812-768-6487

Owensville (K-8): Principal Tasha Jourdan, 6569 S. State Road 65, Owensville, 812-724- 3705

HIGH SCHOOL:

Gibson Southern: Principal Scott Reid, 3499 W. 800 S., Fort Branch, 812-753-3011

CALENDAR:

Aug.10: First day of school

Sept. 4: No school,Labor Day

Oct. 13: End of first nine weeks

Oct. 16: Fall break

Nov. 22-24: Thanksgiving break

Dec.20: End of first semester

Dec. 21: Christmas break

Feb. 19: Presidents Day, no school,makeup day

March 9: End of third nine weeks

March 26-30: Spring break

April 13: No school,makeup day

April 20: No school,makeup day

May 4: No school,makeup day

May 11: No school,makeup day

May 23: Last day of school

May 25: Graduation

East Gibson School Corporation

Superintendent: Henry Brewster, 941 S. Franklin St., Oakland City, 812-749-4755

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS:

Oakland City (K-6): Principal Matthew Malin, 945 B S., Franklin St., Oakland City, 812-749-6133;

:Francisco Elementary (K- 6): Principal Peter Humbaugh, 302 E. Main St., Francisco, 812-782- 3207;

Barton Township (K-6): Principal Peter Humbaugh, 9724 E. Main St., Mackey, 812- 795-2292

MIDDLE SCHOOLS:

Wood Memorial Junior High (7-8): Principal Kevin Smith, 945 A S. Franklin St., Oakland City, 812-749-4715

HIGH SCHOOLS:

Wood Memorial High School: Principal Kevin Smith, 943 S. Franklin St., Oakland City, 812-749-4757

CALENDAR:

Aug. 9: First day of school

Sept. 4: No school, Labor Day

Sept. 20: Professional development day, students dismissed at 1 p.m.

Oct. 11: End of first quarter

Oct. 26-27: Fall break

Nov. 22-24: Thanksgiving break

Dec. 20: End of first semester

Dec. 21- Jan. 3: Christmas vacation

Jan.15: No school,Martin Luther King Jr. Day, makeup day

Jan. 31: Professional development day, students dismissed at 1 p.m.

Feb.16: No school, makeup day

Feb. 19: No school, Presidents day

March 12: End of third quarter

March 26-30: Spring vacation

April 2: No school, makeup day

May 22: Last day of school

May 26: Graduation

South Spencer County School Corporation

Superintendent: Richard Rutherford, 321 S. 5th St., Rockport, 812-649-2591

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL:

Rockport: Principal Kari Ford, 200 S. Sixth St.,Rockport, 812-649-2201;

Luce: Principal Lori Hermann, 1057 N. County Road, 700 West, Richland, 812-359-4401

MIDDLE SCHOOL:

South Spencer Middle School: Principal Scot French,1298 N. Orchard Road, Rockport, 812- 649-2203

HIGH SCHOOL:

South Spencer High School: Principal Jim Bush, 1142 N. Orchard Road, Rockport, 812-649-9157

CALENDAR:

Aug. 8: Teacher prep day

Aug. 9: First day of school

Sept. 4: No school, Labor Day

Oct. 12: End of first nine weeks

Oct. 13-16: Fall break

Nov. 22-24: Thanksgiving break

Dec. 20: End of second nine weeks

Dec. 21-Jan. 2: Christmas break

Jan. 3: School resumes

Jan.15: No school, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, makeup day

Feb. 19: No school,Presidents Day, makeup day

March 8: End of the third nine weeks

March 26-30: Spring break

April 20: No school,makeup day

May 18: Last day of school

May 19: Graduation 

North Spencer County School Corporation

Superintendent: Dan Scherry, 3720 E. Indiana 162, Lincoln City, 812-937-2400

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS:

David Turnham Educational Center: Principal Jen Jazyk, 105S.DunnSt.,Dale,812- 937-2400;

Chrisney: Principal Julie Kemp, 311 N. Church St., Chrisney, 812-362-8200;

Nancy Hanks: Principal Jody Schmitt, 19260 N. Indiana 162, Ferdinand, 812-357-5091;

Lincoln Trail: Principal Ben Lawalin, 13726 N. Indiana 245, Lamar, 812-937-2400

MIDDLE SCHOOLS:

Heritage Hills Middle School: Principal Chad Schnieders, 3445 E. County Road 1600 North, Lincoln City, 812-937- 4472

HIGH SCHOOLS:

Heritage Hills High School: Principal Nick Alcorn, 3644 E. County Road 1600 N., Lincoln City, 812-937-4472 

CALENDAR:

Aug.10: First day of school

Sept. 4: No school, Labor Day

Oct. 20-23: Fall break

Nov. 22-24: Thanksgiving break

Dec. 22- Jan. 2: Winter vacation

Jan. 3: Classes resumed

Jan.15: No school, Martin Luther King Jr., makeup day

Feb.16: No school,makeup day

Feb. 19: No school, Presidents Day, makeup day

March 23: No school, makeup day

March 26-30: Spring break

April 2: No school,makeup day

April 20: No school,makeup day

April 30: No school, makeup day

May 25: Last day

May 29-31: Potential makeup days

Pike County School Corporation

Superintendent: Suzanne Blake, 907 Walnut St., Petersburg, 812-354-8731

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS:

Petersburg: Principal Rick King, 1415 Alford Road, Petersburg, 812-354-6876;

Winslow: Principal Ritch Luker,301 E.PorterSt., Winslow, 812-789-2209

MIDDLE SCHOOLS:

Pike Central Middle School: Principal Mindy Hill-Keeker, 1814 E. Indiana 56, Petersburg, 812-354-8478

HIGH SCHOOLS:

Pike Central High School: Principal Brian Holland, 1810 E. Indiana 56, Petersburg, 812-354-8478

CALENDAR:

Aug. 8: Teacher work day

Aug. 9: First day of school

Sept.4: No school, Labor Day

Oct.11: End of first grading period

Oct. 18: Parent Teacher Conference, No School

Oct. 23-27: Fall vacation

Nov. 22-24: Thanksgiving vacation

Dec. 21: End of first semester

Dec. 22- Jan. 2: Christmas vacation

Jan. 3- School resumes

Feb. 19- Presidents Day. No school. Possible makeup.

April 2- No school, makeup day

March 9: End of third grading period

March 26-30: Spring vacation

March 20-24:Makeup days

May 23:Last day of school

May 24, 25: Potential make up days

Union County, Kentucky Public Schools

Superintendent: Patricia Sheffer, 510 S. Mart St., Morganfield, Kentucky, 270- 389-1694

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS:

Morganfield: Principal Ryan Scott, 511 S. Mart St., Morganfield, Kentucky, 270- 389-2611;

Sturgis: Principal Michelle Hall, 1101 N. Grant St., Sturgis, Kentucky, 270- 333-4088;

Uniontown: Principal Tamala Howard, 401 Walnut St., Uniontown, Kentucky, 270-822-4462

MIDDLE SCHOOL:

Union County Middle School: Principal Jeremy Roach, 4465 U.S. 60 West, Morganfield, Kentucky, 270-389-0224

HIGH SCHOOL:

Union County High School: Principal Evan Jackson, 4464 U.S. 60 West, Morganfield, Kentucky, 270-389-1454

CALENDAR:

Aug.10: First day for students.

Sept.4: Labor Day. No school.

Oct.9-13: Fall break.

Nov.22-24: Thanksgiving break.

Dec.18-30: Christmas break.

Jan. 2: Second semester starts.

Jan.15: Martin Luther King Jr. Day. No school.

Feb.16: Professional Development. No school.

Feb.19: Teacher Planning. No school.

Mar. 16: Professional development day. No school. 

April 2-6: spring break.

May 18: Last Day for students.

Makeup days in order of how they will be used are: Nov. 22, Dec. 18-19, Feb. 16, Feb.19, March 16, May 21-25, May 29-31, June 1-2.

Webster County Schools

Superintendent: Rachel Yarbrough, 28 Kentucky 1340, Dixon, Kentucky, 270-639- 5083

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS:

Clay: Principal Susan Owens, 210 College St., Clay, Kentucky, 270-664- 2227;

Dixon: Principal Eric Wheatley, 227 Kentucky 1340,Dixon,Kentucky, 270-639-9098;

Providence: Principal Greg Bowles, 470 S. Broadway, Providence, Kentucky, 270- 667-7041;

Sebree: Principal Dawn Forker,61 N. State St., Sebree, Kentucky, 270-835- 7891

MIDDLE SCHOOLS:

Webster County Middle School: Principal Cyndi Boggs, 1922 U.S. 41A South, Dixon, Kentucky, 270-639- 9496

HIGH SCHOOL:

Webster County High School: Principal Aaron Harrell, 1922 U.S. 41 A South, Dixon, Kentucky, 270-639-5092;

Area Technology Center: Principal Lawrence Garrity, 325 Kentucky 1340,Dixon, Kentucky, 270-639-5035

CALENDAR:

Aug.8: First day for students.

Sept. 4: Labor Day. No school.

Oct.9-13: Fall break.

Oct. 16: Professional learning day. No school.

Nov.22-24: Thanksgiving break. No school.

Dec.20-Jan. 1: Christmas break.

Jan. 2: Professional learning day.

Jan. 3. First day of second semester.

Jan. 15: Martin Luther King Jr. Day. No school.

April 2-6: spring break.

May 9: Last day for students.

Makeup days: Jan. 2, Feb. 19, May 10-11 and May 14.