Summer School Info
Attention all parents and guardians this is a reminder that summer school registration closes Friday, June 11th. Students final report card grades can be found in parent and student portals. High school students can register for any failed course we are offering. Any high school course failed and not passed in summer school, will need to be repeated next school year. Middle school, to avoid being retained, students cannot have more than two failed courses by the end of summer school. It is highly recommended that Middle school students who failed three or more courses register online for summer school. Summer school registration is only available by visiting our school website at www.indians.k12.pa.us and completing the registration.
Summer school begins on Monday, June 14th. All middle high school students will use the main office entrance and report directly to the auditorium. Students must be seated in the auditorium by 7:50 to receive summer school rules and regulations. Summer school classes being at 7:50 am and end at 9:35 am. Session 2 classes begin at 9:45 am and end at 11:30 am. All staff and students are required to wear masks when inside the building.
Lunch is available for all students at 11:30. Busing will run in the morning and after lunch only. There is no transportation between sessions. If you have already registered online for summer school and did not receive a call from our office today, please call our middle high school office tomorrow to notify us if you need transportation. If we do not hear from you, we will assume you are a walker. Only those students who received transportation during the school year are eligible for summer transportation. Transportation may not be available for all students the first day. Please make other transportation arrangements if you do not receive a bus pass by Monday. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact the main office at 570-648-5731.
2021 High School Graduation
In an effort to provide parents with the assistance they need, the Center for Safe Schools with funding provided by the Highmark Foundation developed the PA Bullying Prevention Toolkit and companion guides. These free, downloadable tools are helpful to inform parents of the definition of bullying and how to support their children. The PA Bullying Prevention Toolkit and companion guides can be accessed at: