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Spirit Week: Disguise Day
Spirit Week: Disguise Day
Spirit Week: Disguise Day
Spirit Week: Disguise Day
Spirit Week: Disguise Day
Spirit Week: Disguise Day
Spirit Week: Disguise Day

Indian Trail Summer School

Due to unforeseen electrical issues which have resulted in limited power, there will be no summer school tomorrow Friday, June 8 at Indian Trail Intermediate School. The ITIS Summer School program will also now relocate to Liberty Bell for the remainder of the Summer School program.

CYBERBULLYING - Things you need to know:

Parents, cyberbullying is on the rise. In an attempt to be proactive, we have created a PowerPoint to help increase your awareness.

Cyberbullying Slideshow

CHECK OUT OUR INTRAMURALS AND PE CLASSES IN THE VIDEO BELOW!

Intramurals and PE Video

ATTENTION!

We regret to inform you that the Science Hill High School Junior Chef Academy will not take place this summer 2018.

 2/13/18

TO: The parents of children registered in Johnson City Schools

 

Johnson City Schools upgrading Raptor visitor management system

 

Johnson City Schools has made the decision to transition to Raptor's latest platform, Raptor 6. The new Raptor System features a more modern, easier to navigate user interface with a simplified sign in and sign out experience, extensive new functionality and enhanced existing functionality.

The upgrade in the system will cause all visitors to rescan their identification card upon entry to any of the 11 Johnson City Schools, but once they are in the system, they will be able to pull their information up across the district. Johnson City Schools requires all visitiors to scan their government issued identification card before they are provided a visitors pass. Johnson City Schools started using the Raptor system in 2015 as a way to thwart any visitors that aren't allowed on school premises and to have a better system to log any visitors on our campus.

 

School Climate Parent Survey

Dear Indian Trail Families,

    It is hard to believe that I have been the principal of Indian Trail Intermediate School for almost four years! This is the best job I have ever had and I truly love our school. Proven success comes from constant re-evaluation and is always a focus at our school. I strongly believe that a school with a positive climate will increase student achievement. This is the reason we have partnered with the Tennessee Department of Education and will participate in their online school climate survey for the second year in a row. Our administration and leadership team will use the results of the survey to make improvements to our school.  We take your input very seriously, so if you like what we are doing please tell us. If you have constructive feedback, please share.  The survey has 47 questions and will take about 20 minutes, so please hang in there and complete the survey.

Sincerely,

James Jacobs, Principal

 

Master Schedule

  • Students will have their core classes: English Language Arts, Math, and Science/Social Studies.
  • Students have two related arts per day. Students who sign up for performing arts will have their chosen class every day for the entire year. Performing arts students will also have an additional related arts class daily that will rotate each nine weeks. 

Hawks Time & Team Time

  • There are two outside activity times at ITIS per day, Team Time and HAWKS Time.
  • Team Time is a 25-minute activity time
  • HAWKS Time is an additional 20-minute block of time for students to go outside. HAWKS is an acronym for Healthy Activities Where Kids Smile.
  • HAWKS Time will occur four days a week. On the fifth day, teachers will incorporate social/emotional activities such as team meetings and class meetings. Our goal is to build community, improve relationships, resolve conflicts, and create organization and structure. This is also a great time to recognize outstanding student behavior. Again, we will continue to focus on teaching whole child.

Communication

Our teachers are committed to improving consistency from hallway to hallway with the types of communications we utilize. In order to achieve this, our leadership team created the following guidelines for our school:

  • Weekly Emails from the team to parents
  • Grades Teachers will enter student grades in PowerSchool weekly so that parents have access to up-to-date and accurate academic progress
  • Wednesday Folders are used for sending information home to parents
  • Trackers are emphasized and utilized as a communication tool between teachers and parents