Body Venture, Sponsored by HyVee
Body Venture, a unique educational program designed to involve students in learning the skills
and choices for a healthy lifestyle, is coming to Indian Hills December 2. Children will learn
about the importance of good nutrition choices by walking through a 45-by-50 foot exhibit
representing the human body.
What a great opportunity to be of services to our school and interact with the students!
We are asking for volunteers to help present at each of the Body Venture stations, help with
setup on December 1, and help with teardown at completion.
For questions, or to volunteer, contact:
Indian Hills Earns Reading Trophy
Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library Librarian Kyler Carpenter presented a reading
trophy to Indian Hills for having the highest percentage of students complete their Summer
Reading Program. Way to go, Indian Hills!
Accelerated Reading Medals
Congratulations to AR Reading Medal winners Donna, Carson, and Davin.
Learn more about Accelerated Reader.
William Allen White Challenge
Congratulations to Sasha, Nadiya, and Heidi, for completing the William
Allen White book challenge.
Book Club Visits Humane Society
The sixth grade book club toured Helping Hands Humane Society after reading
Gabby, Lost and Found by Angela Cervantes.
See pictures from their trip.
About Indian Hills
One of two schools located in Auburn-Washburn's most densely populated
area, Indian Hills Elementary opened in 1988 to serve the district's
increasing enrollment numbers. In fall 2014, Indian Hills added proudly
a preschool program to its already varied educational and extracurricular
Indian Hills Elementary School provides a safe and positive
environment that encourages all students' active participation
in becoming lifelong learners who exhibit positive attitudes
and habits with respect for diversity within the global community.