We are committed to providing high-quality, student-centered programs that support the student as a whole.
Visiting residential hall during school hours or after hours
Weekend/Overnight Visitation Policy for Residential Students
Once full permission has been given for a weekend/overnight visitation, and a date has been established, it is the responsibility of the parent or guardian to communicate the change to the local school district's transportation services (i.e., Host family to notify bus service about visiting student and the guardian of the visitor to notify bus of their child's absence).
Please Note: All changes in transportation must be communicated by the parents to the local transportation service as well as the appropriate Dean.
Contact the student's Dean before you visit and provide advance notice to reserve guest rooms.
For overnight housing arrangements please contact Student Life office at (317) 493.0508.
ASC will be limited to ISD employees' families and ISD students' families as we prioritize to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spread. ASC supports maintaining a healthy environment and operations during this time. Attention, ISD employees must pick up their child/ren at the end of their shift.
Contact Jeanny Wooten to get your ASC bill paid at email@example.com.
Questions may be reach at:
Laura Hoover-Vivanco at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Nola Roberts at email@example.com
The payment agreement will be arranged between you and Laura or Nola before your child/children start ASC. Check or money order made payable to ISD-Student Life. Cash payment is acceptable.
Important Note: Please notify your child’s school secretary about his/her attendance to ASC; if there is no report; it will be assumed that the child will be dismissed for home at the end of the school hour.
Camp Willard is a 9-day recreational camping experience. Students will have an opportunity for social learning in a relaxed and fun environment.
Opportunities for social learning in the afternoons and beyond! Peers will participate in team building, rope courses, swimming & other water activities, arts & crafts, outdoor recreation activities including archery, hiking, and camping. Everlasting friendships and memories of a lifetime are created while at camp!
Questions? Contact Jeanny Wooten at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Meet the Student Affairs Leadership Team
of Student Affairs
Student Life Director
Dean of ECE & Elementary
Dean of Middle & High School
Food Service Director
Food Service Supervisor
George 'Andy' Spurlin
Health Center Director
Assistant Athletic Director
Youth Sports Coordinator
Student Life’s primary responsibility is to provide a safe and comfortable living environment for all residential students. Our programs are specifically designed to provide a supportive environment that is free of language barriers, and that provides opportunities for student growth, development, and achievement. The residential hall programs emphasize integration, collaboration, and equality in fostering opportunities and experiences in self-education and self-improvement.
The Student Life Division has three primary on-campus residential units where residents live during the academic week. The residential halls are Koob Hall for female students, Fair Hall for male students, and the Dixon House, an independent living unit.
The on-campus residential units are designed to accommodate students 3 to 21 years of age. Students reside in the dorms from Sunday to Thursday. During the school year, the dorms open Sunday at 6pm, and Monday through Thursday they open at 3:00 pm. On Friday all students are out of the dorms by 8:00 am.
The Student Center, through after-school programs, will incorporate the nine dimensions of student development to ensure growth in relationships, self-confidence and self-health.
The Student Center, a department within the Student Life Division, is one of the major programming and servicing units for students with ages ranging from elementary to high school. The Center’s major roles and functions are to implement and coordinate a variety of after-school activities, study hall services, off- campus field trips, clubs, and recreational/intramural programs. The Center also supports the Residential Halls by planning activities, coordinating transportation arrangements, and providing supplies and materials needed for the activities.
The Student Center supervises all administrative aspects of student programming and services such as the Orioles' Snack bar, Resource Center, Arts/Crafts, Student Work Program, Literacy Center, Orioles Nest, Clubs, Student Life Library, Monthly campus wide events and Field trips. The SC aims to provide high quality services for the students.
The SC has four objectives for programming and services:
To develop "whole," well-rounded students through a challenging and supportive environment where academic and personal development is integral based on the nine dimensions of the student development philosophy. The nine dimensions are spiritual, physical, intellectual, cultural, emotional, sexual, political, life planning, and social.
To build a relationship between academics and after-school programs.
To empower students to become independent life-long learners.
To promote student leadership and creativity and address the issue of student apathy during after-school hours.
Our goal is to not only feed the stomachs of the students but also to nourish the brain! Through the food products that we serve, the cafeterias strive to teach good eating habits that will hopefully last a lifetime.
The Dietary Department would like to introduce ourselves to you by telling you where we are located, and what we do here at ISD.
Elementary Cafeteria is located toward the front of the ISD campus. It sits between the Preschool and Elementary Departments. Elementary Cafeteria serves students from both the Preschool and Elementary Departments.
ISD's Brown Cafeteria is located toward the back of the campus behind the Vocational Building. This cafeteria serves both Middle School and High School students. Both cafeterias serve the ISD faculty, staff, and many campus visitors as well.
Monday through Friday we serve three meals a day-plus! This plus includes but is not limited to, providing food for morning and afternoon snacks, field trips, campouts, picnics, food labs, athletic programs, etc. We are here for any ISD student function requiring our nutritional services. Our philosophy is to provide a variety of high-quality and nutritious meals based upon dietary guidelines established by the National School Breakfast and Lunch Programs.
Our goal is to not only feed the stomachs of the students but also to nourish the brain! Through the food products that we serve, the cafeterias strive to teach good eating habits that will hopefully last a lifetime. These services are provided by a team of 15 employees.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
Food Service Director: Danielle Stadler - email@example.com
Food Service Supervisor: George 'Andy' Spurlin - firstname.lastname@example.org
Health Center staff strive to do this in a manner that consistently creates a positive, pleasant, and productive health care environment for both students and staff.
The mission of the Health Center is to provide the best possible medical care for students while at the Indiana Deaf School. Health Center staff strive to do this in a manner that consistently creates a positive, pleasant, and productive health care environment for both students and staff.
HEALTH CENTER OFFICE
V - 317-550-4818
VP - 317-493-0497
FAX - HIPAA Compliant - 317-614-0130
PAULA LAMONACA - email@example.com
V - 317-550-4816
VP - 317-493-0494
TEXT - 317-871-4396
EMAIL - firstname.lastname@example.org
ARTS & CRAFT ROOM
ORIOLES NEST SNACK BAR
STUDENT RESIDENCE HALL