Philadelphia and Theresa Primary Schools would like to honor Trooper Joel Davis and his family by having our respective communities display blue bulbs in their porch lights or in their front windows. Project Blue Light is a way to honor the officers who serve and protect us while remembering those who have died in the line of duty. In an effort to assist the Philadelphia and Theresa communities, the faculty and staff of Philadelphia Primary and the Theresa Primary PTO have donated blue light bulbs to their respective village offices.
The Indian River Central School District recognizes that children need healthy meals to learn. To find out if your children are eligible to receive free or reduced price meals, fill out the 2017-2018 Free or Reduced Price Lunch Application today.
If you were unable to attend or watch the live stream of the 2017 Indian River High School Graduation held on June 23, 2017, the ceremony is now available to view online.
Jefferson-Lewis BOCES will present the North Country Schools Job Fair on August 7, 2017 from 9AM-12PM and 1-3PM in the BOCES Administration Building in Watertown, NY. Representatives from Carthage CSD, Indian River CSD, Jefferson-Lewis BOCES, and Watertown CSD will be on site to meet with potential candidates. A Teacher Certification Officer will also be available. For more information about this job fair, please go to boces.com.
Military families are an integral part of the Indian River Central District. The support services the District offers to our military community have been featured in the latest episode of the New York State School Boards Association News. Click to learn more and view this feature.
Congratulations to Yulian Santos Sanchez and Jontavia Bunch, whose submissions rose to the top of a fierce script writing competition.
Recently issued guidance on the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) and on the rights of immigrant students is now available in the top 20 languages spoken in New York State, State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia announced today. In response to a rising number of reports on bullying, discrimination and harassment across the country and the fear and confusion resulting from recent federal actions, the State Education Department, in partnership with the Attorney General’s office, provided guidance to school districts on these important topics. Now parents, guardians and other interested individuals have expanded access to this critical guidance.
The Indian River Central School District extends our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Trooper Joel Davis. This senseless tragedy devastates our entire community. Trooper Davis is remembered as a model father, husband, brother, son, friend, coach, and especially as an honored member of the New York State Police. Counselors and other staff are available for student/family support now and in the future. Our thoughts and prayers remain with the Davis family.