Indian Community School of Milwaukee

Announcements:

2016 2017 MIEC School Supplies Registration: Deadline Extended to 7.15.16

Sheku families. MIEC will be offering school supplies again this summer for the 2016-2017 School Year.

In order to register, Indian Community School families need to complete:

 

2016 SCHOOL SUPPLIES PROGRAM - REGISTRATION FORM

The priority deadline has been extended to July 15th, 2016*.

*Although the priority deadline has passed, M.I.E.C. is still accepting school supply applications.

 

ICS families can return the completed form to ICS; no additional documentation is required for ICS families who return their forms to ICS, we only need the registration form completed. 

 

Please click on the link below to download a form to print and complete. 

 

Blank registration forms are also available at the Front Desk at ICS. 

 

Student Information

 

Parent Information

 

 

MIEC School Supply pick up will be:     

Friday, August 5th, 2016, 9 am - 8 pm, Location: 944 North 33rd Street

 

ICS families if you have any questions, please call Ms. Cheryl Weber at 414-525-6113 or email her at weber_c@ics-milw.org. 

Have a safe summer!

 

Mission Statement

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

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

Vision Statement

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.