|Indian Community School of Milwaukee|
Practice Lock-down drill follow-up
February 17, 2015
Today at Indian Community School the students and staff were involved in a practice drill for a preventative and emergency lockdown. The drill is one way to keep students and staff aware of emergency procedures in the event an emergency would occur.
The students and staff did an excellent job following all the safety procedures.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Jason Dropik or myself, Ms. Amy Tromp, here at the school.
Please continue to review with your child/children about safety and following directions to ensure safety for all. Yaw^ko.
Amy L. Tromp
School Bus Announcement
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Starting Monday, January 26, 2015, Lakeside Bus Company will have a separate private school department. Indian Community School will be part of this department.
Indian Community School parents now will contact Lakeside using one of the following 2 numbers:
Tomorrow, Friday January 23rd, 2015 drivers will hand out notes with the new information to parents/guardians/students. When parents call the 536-2040 number – they will be informed as well. Please note that the 414-536-2040 number cannot be transferred to the new private school department.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us here at school.
With the Values at the heart of our mission, the Indian Community School dedicates itself to provide each child in our care with the best educational opportunities to develop spiritually, morally, emotionally, physically, socially, artistically and intellectually in order to achieve the child's greatest personal and community potential.
Core Values are gifts from the Creator that express the Indian philosophy of life through fundamental convictions, collective beliefs and exemplary character. Among the many Core Values given by the Creator, the Indian Community School experience focuses on:
Bravery, Humility, Love, Loyalty, Respect, Truth & Wisdom
The Indian Community School develops lifelong community leaders who inspire others throughout the Circle of Life. With excellence and commitment, ICS serves urban American Indian students and their families so that each student develops the skills and knowledge to sustain a healthy balance of American Indian culture, academic achievement, and a sense of identity through indigenous teachings and ways of learning.