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  • Fore! Fourth grade students had fun learning the basics of golf with PE teacher Mrs. Crist and instructors from The First Tee. Many students were teeing off for the first time thanks to The First Tee National School Program, which visits each year to give ISE's fourth grade classes an introduction to golf during physical education class. In addition to general beginners golf instruction, The First Tee program includes teaching their Nine Core Values and Nine Healthy Habits to help put students on the course to a healthy and active lifestyle. The curriculum meets the same national standards developed by the Society for Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE). 

    Golf Lessons    Golf Lesson

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  • Teachers, students, their families, and our very own Principal Noble marched in Friday's Homecoming Parade at Whetstone High School. Despite the looming rainstorm, school spirit was on full display with kids and adults alike sporting Falcon and ISE logo t-shirts as they marched behind a "Team Indian Springs" banner. Also in attendance, our mascot: Fritz the Falcon!

    Principal Noble with Students      Fritz the Falcon      Team Indian Springs

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  • On September 19th, Mr. Fath was surprised by CCS Curriculum Specialist, Heather Allen, with an award in recognition of his accomplishments. Between 2017 and 2018 Mr. Fath helped our fifth grade students increase their Science scores on our State Assessment by a monumental 20 percent! Congratulations Mr. Fath and thank you for all you do for our kids and school community!

     Mr. Fath Award

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  • Paint the Plow is a community outreach program in which students are invited to paint a City of Columbus snow plow blade with original artwork to represent their school and neighborhood.  In addition to being visible when in service during the winter-weather months, the blades will be used at events within the school’s community to enhance public awareness, promote safety and foster greater appreciation of both the City of Columbus’ Snow Warriors and the school’s art program.

    This year Indian Springs has been selected to decorate our very own 10' x 3' plow blade! Check back for updates and photos once our students have completed this fun project!

    Other CCS schools in our area who have participated in this program include: Duxberry Park E.S. in 2015, Medina M.S. in 2016, and South Mifflin M.S. in 2017

    South Mifflin Paint the Plow

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