Indiana School For The Deaf

The Indiana School for the Deaf Class of 2015 graduation ceremony will take place on June 5th at 12:30 pm in Caskey Gym
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Upcoming Events

Junior NAD/ Student Body Government meeting
Date: 5/22/2015, 1:40 PM 2:15 PM
Location: MSM auditorium
MS Student Council Meeting
Date: 5/22/2015, 1:40 PM 2:15 PM
Location: Media Center
HS Baseball at Liberty Christian HS
Date: 5/22/2015, 5 PM 7 PM
Location: Liberty Christian HS (map)
HS Softball Sectionals - TBA
Date: 5/25/2015, 2 PM 3 PM
HS Baseball Sectionals
Date: 5/27/2015
Location: TBA

News & Announcements

Spraying of herbicides on campus

Herbicides will be applied on school grounds by ISD Grounds Department Staff to control weeds along fence lines, roadways and parking lots. Applications will continue through the month of May. Weather permitting will be the determining factor in completion of work. For any further questions, please contact the IPM Coordinator, Brant Petrey at (317) 550-4831 or by e-mail bpetrey@isd.k12.in.us

ISD Baseball Team in the News!

ISD Baseball Team in the News!

Rich Nye of WTHR Sports came to ISD during the recent Hoy Classic and did a feature on our baseball team. Here is the story in its full glory:

2015 PTCO Day a smashing success!

2015 PTCO Day a smashing success!

Over 3,500 individuals attended the annual PTCO Day festivities on campus. The event featured different and various venues such as the Zipline, Bubble Soccer, a Classic Car and Motorcycle Show, along with different booths selling items and food. Many thanks to the PTCO Day co-chairpersons Dwight Casler and April Wolfe for pulling off yet another successful PTCO Day!

The Oriole Academy Appreciation Brunch

The Oriole Academy Appreciation Brunch

The Oriole Academy at the Indiana School for the Deaf hosted its first annual Appreciation Brunch today with a great program for invited guests and participating students.

The Oriole Academy is a program geared towards career training for students who desire to join the workforce immediately upon graduation as an alternative for further education.

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Superintendent's Message

With the advent of spring – the next couple of months will roll along nicely, filled with blooming flowers, constant sunshine, a few rainy days and bustling activity that will keep our venerable school rolling along.

Our students will be very busy this April participating in the annual Math Counts competition held in Rochester, New York at the Rochester Institute for Technology and our Track and Field teams will be travelling to Danville, Kentucky to participate in the annual Berg and Seeger Tournament hosted by the Kentucky School for the Deaf.  We will also celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday on April 16th and host the annual national Deaf Prep baseball tournament on our beautiful campus – The William Ellsworth “Dummy” Hoy Classic.

As ever, our school is committed emphasizing our involvement in the greater community at large – we will have students involved in the Legislative Page Day; competing in the annual Optimist Club presentations; enjoying an Appreciation Breakfast hosted by the students of the Oriole Academy; and maintaining our week-long collaboration with members of Boston University on ASL Assessment.  We will celebrate Earth Day on campus before sending off our renowned Academic Bowl team to Washington, D.C. to participate in the annual National Academic Bowl competition held on the beautiful campus of Gallaudet University!

A very busy month for all our students, teachers and staff, indeed – in keeping with our everyday belief that the Indiana School for the Deaf is a school where every student belongs, excels and thrives!

Yours,
Dr. David Geeslin
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