The Metropolitan School District
of Wayne Township
We enter 2011-12 with a new school and the continuation of the many amazing opportunities that allow the children of Wayne Township to thrive.
Our new school is called the Achieve Virtual Education (AVE) Academy. It’s a cutting-edge, online school that will serve students in Wayne Township and beyond. AVE is for students who want to free up space in their schedule, learn online, take additional AP courses, enhance their home school curriculum, or who need to recover credits. Check out AVE on our website, www.wayne.k12.in.us.
Our other existing initiatives continue to grow. Ben Davis University High School, our early college high school, graduated 25 more students in 2011 than last year. Our Wayne Township Preschool enrollment is expanding as well. Call 988-7900 if you’d like to sign your child up. And our HOSTS program remains a strong show of community support for our young readers who need some extra help. For more information, or to volunteer, please call 227-8675.
When we work together – students, parents, teachers, community members – great things happen. They are happening in our district, and I look forward to more success in the coming year. We Are Wayne!
Dr. Jeff Butts
The Student Information Guide provides general information about the MSD of Wayne Township. We hope you’ll keep it handy as a reference throughout the school year.
|School Board Member||Address||Telephone Number||E-mail Address|
|Paul Calabro||503 Chapel Hill W. Dr., email@example.com|
|Michael Nance||6938 Summerfield Dr., firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Shirley Deckard||6315 W. Gifford, email@example.com|
|Trish Logan||6010 W. Mt. Auburn Dr., firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Phyllis Lewis||6380 W. Ohio St., email@example.com|
|Stan Ellis||8850 Ash Rd., firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Michael Morrow||6838 Castle Manor Dr., email@example.com|
The Board of Education adopts a calendar of regular board meetings each year. Most regular board meetings will be held on the first and third Mondays of the month; however, in some months there may only be one regular board meeting. Meetings are conducted in the Board Room of the Education Center, 1220 South High School Road starting at 7:30 p.m. unless a different time or location is designated by a majority of the Board. Special meetings are also open to the public. Information on Board meetings may be obtained by calling the Education Center, 243-8251, or by visiting www.wayne.k12.in.us.
|Ben Davis High||1200 North Girls School Rd., 46214||988-7000||Joel McKinney|
|Ben Davis University High||1155 South High School Rd., 46241||988-7800||Wendy Skibinski|
|Ben Davis Ninth Grade Ctr.||1150 North Girls School Rd., 46214||988-7500||Rebecca Daugherty|
|Chapel Hill 7th & 8th Grade Ctr.||7320 West 10th St., 46214||988-8800||Sheri Marcotte|
|Lynhurst 7th & 8th Grade Ctr.||2805 South Lynhurst Dr., 46241||988-8100||Dan Wilson|
|Bridgeport Elementary||9035 West Morris St., 46231||988-6200||Angela Lewis|
|Chapel Glen Elementary||701 Lansdowne Rd., 46234||988-6500||Marc Coapstick|
|Chapelwood Elementary.||1129 North Girls School Rd.,46214||988-6400||Heather Pierce|
|Garden City Elementary||4901 Rockville Rd., 46224||988-8300||Pam Hardy|
|Maplewood Elementary||1643 South Dunlap, 46241||988-6600||Moira Clark|
|McClelland Elementary||6740 West Morris St., 46241||988-8000||Trevor Ewing|
|North Wayne Elementary||6950 West 34th St., 46214||988-6100||Aretha Britton|
|Rhoades Elementary||502 South Auburn 46241||988-6700||Karen Boatright|
|Robey Elementary||8700 West 30th St., 46234||988-6000||Kyle Fessler|
|Stout Field Elementary||3820 West Bradbury, 46241||988-6800||Judy Stegemann|
|Westlake Elementary||271 North Sigsbee St., 46214||988-6900||Dennisha Murff|
|Sanders School||4730 West Gadsden, 46241||988-8500||Bonnie Cowley|
|Wayne Enrichment Center||5248 West Raymond, 46241||988-6300||Bob Boehman|
|Wayne Township Preschool||1155 South High School Rd., 46241||988-7900||Kathryn Raasch|
The school district administrative offices are located in the Education Center at 1220 South High School Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46241, telephone (317) 243-8251. Some key telephone numbers for district administrators are:
Dr. Jeff Butts, Superintendent of Schools (988-8604)
Dr. Lisa Lantrip, Assistant Superintendent (988-8608)
John Taylor, Director of Secondary Education (988-8684)
Cheri O’Day, Director of Elementary Education (988-8606)
David Marcotte, Chief Personnel Officer (988-8673)
Dennis Tackitt, Chief Financial Officer (988-8611)
Pete Just, Chief Technology Officer (988-8667)
Mary Lang, Chief Communications Officer (988-8654)
Area 31 Career Programs offices are located at Ben Davis High School, 1200 North Girls School Road, Indianapolis, IN 46214. Telephone (317) 988-7230. Ron Hoke is the director.
Wayne Enrichment Center (WEC) offices are located at 5248 West Raymond, Indianapolis, IN 46241. Telephone (317) 988-6300. Bob Boehman is the director.
Tuesday, July 19 ............................................... District Registration Day for New Students
Monday, August 8.............................................. Teacher Workday (Half-Day Staff Development) (No students)
Tuesday, August 9............................................. Teacher Workday (Half-Day Staff Development) (No students)
Wednesday, August 10...................................... Pre-K, Preschool, Grades K-12 Students Full Day
Monday, September 5........................................ Labor Day (No School)
Friday, October 14............................................. END OF FIRST GRADING PERIOD
Mon./Tues., October 17,18................................. Evening Conferences – Pre-K, Preschool, Grades K-12 Students
Wed./Thurs./Fri., Oct. 19-21.............................. Pre-K, Preschool, Grades K-12 Fall Recess (No School)
Thurs./Fri., November 24-25.............................. Thanksgiving Recess (No School)
Friday, December 16......................................... Last Day Before Winter Recess; END OF SECOND GRADING PERIOD
Monday, December 19...................................... Winter Recess Begins (No School)
Tuesday, January 3.......................................... Staff Workday - Building Professional Development (No Students)
Wednesday, January 4..................................... Pre-K, Preschool, Grades K-12 Students Return From Winter Recess; BEGINNING OF SECOND SEMESTER
Monday, January 16......................................... Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday (No School)
Wednesday, February 1 ................................. Staff Development Day (No Students)
Monday, February 20....................................... Great Americans Day (No School)
Friday, March 9................................................ END OF THIRD GRADING PERIOD
Monday, April 2 through Friday, April 6............ Spring Recess (No School)
Wednesday, May 23....................................... Grade 12, Last Day (If no make-up days)
Friday, May 25................................................ Kindergarten - Grade 11 Stuents - Last Full Day
Saturday, May 26.......................................... Ben Davis University Graduation
Monday, May 28............................................. Memorial Day
Tuesday, May 29.......................................... Ben Davis High School Graduation
State law requires that school days lost because of emergency cancellations (closings) be made up, if the total number of school days does not equal the minimum mandated. Possible school make-up days are: January 16 – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day; February 1 - Staff Development Day; February 20 – Great Americans Day; Extension of School Year and Saturdays, if necessary.
A uniform code of student conduct emphasizes reasonable expectations and responsibilities for students as well as their rights. This code is distributed annually to students and parents. A Parental Acknowledgment Reply accompanies the Student Code of Conduct and Annual Notices. After reviewing the information, the reply should be completed and returned to each child's school during the first week of classes. Parents not receiving copies of the Student Code of Conduct and Parental Acknowledgment Reply should contact their child's school.
Any child with legal settlement in the MSD of Wayne Township who will be five years of age on or before August 1, 2011, is eligible for admission to kindergarten. A waiver may be requested from the school principal for children who will turn five years of age on August 1, 2011, through September 30, 2011. A birth certificate, immunization records, and medical history must be presented at the time of registration.
Full-day kindergarten classes are offered at all elementary schools. Depending upon enrollment other options may be offered.
Preregistration enrollment for entrance to kindergarten for the next school year for students who will be five years of age on or before August 1, 2012 will take place in all elementary schools on March 13 or April 10, 2012. Registration hours are 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Lunches and breakfasts which qualify as reimbursable under the National School Lunch Program of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture are available in all buildings of the school district. Milk may also be purchased separately. All breakfast and lunch prices are approved by the Board of Education for the school district. Menus are available in each school cafeteria and on the district website. Free meals and reduced price meals are available for those who are eligible. Application forms are mailed to each household and are also available in the office of each school. Students who receive free and reduced price meals last year must complete a new application by September 21, 2011 to continue receiving meal benefits. New students to the district: Parents/guardians are responsible for the payment of meals until a new application is processed.
Elementary breakfast no charge, lunch $1.50 (lunch at Stout Field and Garden City. Maplewood, and Rhoades will be at no charge); 7th and 8th grade breakfast no charge, lunch $1.75; Ninth Grade Center breakfast $1.25, lunch $1.75; senior high breakfast $1.25, lunch $1.75. An adult breakfast $1.50, and adult lunch $3.00. Milk is 50¢ at all buildings.
The M.S.D. of Wayne Township, exercising sound educational practice to prepare students for the future, assigns students to classes in the following manner:
a. At the elementary level, the general assignment is one of heterogeneous arrangement. There are provisions that allow for adjustment of curriculum to student needs.
b. At the secondary level, the school assigns students or permits selection of courses by the students that allow mixed or random placement in classes, except for certain classes where placement is based on various criteria, including standardized test scores, previous academic performance and teacher observations or student performance.
Neither sex, race, national origin or religion is used as a criteria for assignment of students to any classes.
1. Family life and AIDS education are a part of the educational offerings. Films, videos and other materials used have been approved by the Board of Education as recommended by an advisory committee of parents, nurses, teachers, and administrators. A notice of the opportunity for parents of grades 4-6 students to view and discuss family life and AIDS education films/videos will be sent home with each student. A separate notice will be sent in the mail if requested in writing by the parent. At grades 7-9, notice of the use of these films/videos will be given to parents in a newsletter or mailing. The school will assist those parents who wish to preview the material. It is the parent's responsibility to notify the school if he/she wishes the student to have alternative activities or be excluded from seeing any such films or videos.
It is not the intention of this program to supplant or replace the home or religious training, but to supplement the roles of parents and clergy by reinforcing their efforts to meet knowledge and help students develop values about social, moral, mental, and physical consequences of human sexual behavior. Abstinence is taught as required by state law.
2. Drug education is taught as part of the health program. Making good decisions and responding appropriately to negative peer pressure are emphasized.
3. Teachers are sensitive to the community's beliefs regarding evolution and creationism. Most textbooks used are from the state adoption list and all are approved by the Board of Education. Parents participate in the textbook selection process by reviewing textbooks.
Special Education Services and Evaluation Process - The MSD of Wayne Township is committed to meeting the educational needs of each student. The Office of Special Services coordinates and is responsible for determining eligibility for special education and providing special education and related services.
When a student continues to struggle in the general education classroom and numerous academic/behavioral interventions have been attempted through data collection, a referral for an educational evaluation may be made to determine if a student has a disability. Usually, this referral will start with a building level committee, called the Instructional Data Evaluation Analysis (IDEA) Team. This IDEA Team consists of school administrator, teacher, parent, and other relevant school personnel. Parents may request a referral for an educational evaluation. At the elementary level, referral requests are directed to the Assistant Principal and at the secondary level to the student’s counselor. School personnel will inform parents of interventions attempted and additional interventions that might address the student’s need. If an educational evaluation is deemed necessary, the parents will be invited to attend a case conference meeting to discuss the evaluation and determine if the student is eligible for special education and related services. If the student is deemed eligible for special education services, the case conference committee will determine need and appropriate goals and services to address these needs. Special education programs for students with disabilities are conducted in all of the areas of exceptionality as defined by state law.
Homebound Instruction is provided to students who are temporarily unable to attend school because of health problems. To be eligible for homebound instruction, a statement must be provided by a physician indicating that the student has an illness or injury requiring hospitalization or homebound care as part of the medical treatment and will be absent for at least twenty instructional days due to illness or injury.
Students are the focus of the M.S.D. of Wayne Township. The school corporation's major responsibility is to help all students develop to their fullest potential. The Board of Education has adopted the following statement of policy which embodies that belief:
The members of the Board of Education of the M.S.D. of Wayne Township, Marion County, Indiana, believe that each individual should be accepted in the educational program as he is, that he must be provided with a stimulating environment and that he must have the opportunities for learning experiences which are designed to affect his continuing satisfactory adjustment to life.
The mission of the Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township, a partnership of students, staff, families, and community, is to ensure all students acquire and apply knowledge, skills, processes, and values, to become life-long learners and contributors in a democratic society through a comprehensive program of outstanding quality which enables them to develop their potential.
It is the policy of the Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township to require that decisions about students and staff be based exclusively on merit, free from consideration of non-merit factors such as gender, race, age, ancestry, national origin, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or United States military service veteran status.
Persons shall be evaluated for employment, educational placement, recognition, and advancement based upon the content of their character, their conduct, and the capabilities they have demonstrated. Every member of the school community shall be afforded an equal opportunity to demonstrate the application of these criteria to the content of their character and their capabilities, free of any assumptions based upon immutable or irrelevant characteristics.
Stopped or parked cars in unauthorized areas on school property are a potential hazard to the safety of students. The cooperation of parents and visitors in helping to keep these areas and other approaches to school property clear at all times is requested. Cooperation in each of the following is asked:
• Please follow building procedures for student arrival and dismissal times.
• Please obey all signs and give cooperation to traffic officers.
• Unauthorized motor vehicles and motor sports are prohibited on school property.
All taxpayers are concerned about the cost of school vandalism and cooperation is solicited from area residents to assist school security personnel by reporting observed violations which concern school property. Call for security at 247-9761 during school hours and calls after school should be made to the office of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD), 327-3811. Emergency calls should be placed to 911.
Every school in the M.S.D. of Wayne Township has an emergency plan. Also to promote students and staff safety, a Safe Schools Hotline has been established at 227-8322, where school safety tips or requests for information may be left anonymously.
For the safety of our students, all visitors must report to the principal’s office.
Students who seek employment must do so in accordance with Indiana and federal labor laws. A person is eligible for an employment certificate from age 14 up to age 18. If a student has graduated from high school or received a GED diploma before age 18, no certificate is required. Junior high students should obtain their certificates at their school. High school students should obtain their certificates at Ben Davis High School or Ben Davis University. When schools are closed certificates may be obtained at the Education Center, 1220 S. High School Rd.,(8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.) These certificates must be completed and approved before work is started by: (1) Obtaining an “Intention to Employ” card from the student’s school, Education Center, or employer. (2) Having the card filled out and signed by the student, employer and parent. (3) Junior high students take the card to their school; Wayne Enrichment Center students and high school students take the same to their school and the certificate will be issued. Students not attending school or home schooled can obtain their work permits from the Education Center by presenting their birth certificate and “Intention to Employ” form. Information about employment certificates may be obtained from the Education Center, 243-8251, or BDHS, 243-5522; or BDU, 988-7900.
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
The requirements for graduation established by the Indiana Department of Education and the MSD of Wayne Township Board of Education are:
Graduating Class of 2012 and beyond
There are be four types of diplomas: Academic Honors, Technical Honors, Core 40, and General. Students are encouraged to complete the Core 40 Diploma requirements or the requirements for one of the Honors Diplomas. All students must pass the Core 40 end of course assessments in Algebra 1 and English 10.
All Ben Davis High School Graduates
A. A student shall complete 45 credit hours of high school work. The 45 credits must include 28 credits of required work and 17 credits of electives.
B. The 28 required credits are in specific courses and/or areas.
C. Any student who graduates from Ben Davis High School must meet all current state and local graduation requirements.
In areas where school bus transportation is furnished, the parents and students are reminded that this is a privilege and not a right. At the beginning of the school term each student receives a copy of bus conduct rules. Continued or serious misbehavior will result in disciplinary action which may include denial of bus riding privileges. The bus driver has the same supervisory responsibility for the student as does the teacher in the classroom. Parent questions on bus schedules should be referred to the Transportation Department at 247-9761.
Student drivers at Ben Davis H.S. must have their cars registered and display a parking sticker. They must obey all school parking lot rules and must park in the south parking lot. Permission to park in school property may be denied for unsafe operation of a vehicle or other disciplinary violation.
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Parents and eligible students (18 years of age and older) may review their present and past school records. Upon request to the principal, arrangements will be made for parents or eligible students to review and discuss their educational records. The principal or designee will be present during the review to answer questions and interpret data. If a parent or eligible student questions the validity of any educational record, the person may ask for a meeting with the Superintendent or his designee to discuss the correction. If the conference with the Superintendent or his designee does not meet the satisfaction of the parent or eligible student, the person may request a further hearing into the matter. Complete procedures for inspection, fee schedules, location and identification of school officials for education records are listed in the School Board policy.
Parents may review all instructional materials including teacher manuals, films, tapes, or other supplementary materials which will be used in connection with any survey, questionnaire, analysis, or evaluation administered to students. No student will participate without prior written consent of the student's parent, or of the student if he/she is eighteen (18) years of age or older, in any survey, analysis, or evaluation which contains information concerning: political affiliations; mental or psychological problems potentially embarrassing to a student or other student's family; sexual behavior and attitudes; illegal, anti-social, self-incriminating, and demeaning behavior; critical appraisals of other individuals with whom the student has close family relationships; legally-recognized, privileged or similar relationships, such as those with lawyers, physicians, and ministers; or income, other than information required to determine participation in programs or eligibility for receipt of federal financial assistance.
You have a problem
Call your child's teacher or counselor to arrange a conference. If necessary, confer with principal.
A student becomes ill at school -
A student who becomes ill during school hours is taken to the nurse's office. If it is necessary to send the child home because of illness, the parent or another person designated by the parent in writing will be notified and requested to provide transportation. It is very important that you provide the school with medical emergency information and alternate persons to call for assistance in the event you cannot be reached.
A student is absent -
Please call the school within the first hour of each school day of the child's absence. Also, please send a note listing the dates of absence and reason for the absence when your child returns to school. The Ben Davis High School Attendance Office telephone number is 243-5500.
You want a message delivered -
Only emergency messages may be delivered to students. In case of emergency, call the school principal.
You plan to move -
Please provide the information needed to forward school records to the building principal in your new school district.
A student has a bus behavior problem -
Questions regarding discipline of students on busses are to be referred by parents to the transportation coordinator at 247-9761.Would you like to know more about the Wayne Township Schools? -
Additional information about the Wayne Township Schools and its many programs may be found at www.wayne.k12.in.us.
Your principal should be able to assist you with most school related matters.
Health services are provided at each school. At certain grade levels and by referral, school nurses help conduct screening for hearing and vision.
Parents are requested to advise the school nurse if their child must take prescribed drugs where failure to have prescribed medication during the school hours could jeopardize the child’s health. Parents should notify the school nurse if their child has special medical needs.
If a student is injured at school, including athletics, parents have the responsibility to determine if their child should receive medical attention. School personnel may offer parents their opinions regarding a specific injury or illness, but decisions about the need for medical treatment is the responsibility of the parent, except in emergency situations. Parents should not expect the school staff to make this decision.
Report cards will be distributed and parent conferences held according to the schedule listed below. Conferences may be arranged at other times by contacting the school. Progress reports may be sent home during the grading periods when pupils are not working to capacity or when performance has noticeably improved.
|Preschool - Grade 12
|October 17 - 18 - evening|
|2011-12 Report Card Dates|
|October 17-18 (Issued at conference)||March 14 (K-12)|
|December 22 (9-12 mailed)||May 29 (Elementary sent home with students)|
|January 4 (K-8)||June 1 (Secondary) mailed|
Email/Electronic Progress Report Dates
|September 2, 16, 30||February 3, 17|
|November 4, 18||March 2, 23|
|December 2||April 13, 27|
|January 20||May 11|
|School||Start Times||Dismissal Times|
|Ben Davis High School||9:30 a.m.||3:05 p.m.|
|Ben Davis University High School||11:15 a.m.||4:15 p.m.|
|Ninth Grade Center||9:30 a.m.||3:05 p.m.|
|All Elementaries||10:00 a.m.||2:25 p.m.|
|7th and 8th Grade Centers||10:45 a.m.||3:45 p.m.|
|Sanders||10.45 a.m.||3:30 p.m.|
|Wayne Township Preschool||No A.M. Preschool
Child care is open at regular time
*NOTE: No breakfast program when on a two-hour delay schedule.
Ben Davis High School campus closed until 9:15 a.m.
No morning special education pre-school
|School||Start Times||Dismissal Times|
|Ben Davis High School||8:45 a.m.||3:05 p.m.|
|Ninth Grade Center||8:45 a.m.||3:05 p.m.|
*NOTE: The late start Monday schedule only applies to Ben Davis High School and Ben Davis 9th Grade Center
The Adult Education program at Ben Davis High School offers a variety of opportunities for continuing education. Additional information on enrollment, cost and class schedules is available by calling the telephone numbers listed below.
- HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT CLASSES (Extended Day Program) – 988-7342
- CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION CLASSES - 988-7261
- ESEC CLASSES – 270-5703
- IVY TECH STATE COLLEGE CLASSES – 921-4800
- VINCENNES UNIVERSITY CLASSES – 381-6000
- IUPUI COMMUNITY LEARNING NETWORK CLASSES - 278-7600
- ADULT BASIC EDUCATION & GED PREPARATION CLASSES – 988-7975
- GED TESTING INFORMATION – 988-7351
- Testing may be completed during two evening sessions (4:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.) or two day sessions (9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.).
- Test dates are normally scheduled on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, three weeks per month.
GED Test registration at Door #1, Ben Davis University, Community Entrance 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Must have $70 cash and three pieces of ID (one must be a state issued photo ID).
It may become necessary to close school because of emergency situations. As a practice, instruction is offered and schools are kept open as long as a learning environment can be maintained. Schools will not be closed except for reasons beyond the control of the schools and for the safety of the students.
There are three types of emergency situations, which could require the closing of our schools:
- Weather or Facility Problem - If school closing becomes necessary, the radio and television stations listed below will be notified.
- Emergency Early Dismissal - If early dismissal becomes necessary and students are sent home, announcements will be made via the radio and television stations listed below.
- Emergency Evacuation and Relocation - If an immediate closing of school becomes necessary and sending students home would be unsafe, students would be transported to a temporary location for pickup by parents or until school can safely resume or until students could be transported to home.
A. Announcements will be made on the district websites, www.wayne.k12.in.us, and on the following radio and television stations or their websites:
WNDE/1260 – WTLC/1310 - WXNT/1430 – WIBC/93.1 – WRWM/93.9 – WFMS/95.5 - WLHK/97.1 – WZPL/99.5 - WJJK/104.5 - WTLC/106.7 - WNTR/107.9
WRTV 6 - WISH 8 - WTHR 13 - WXIN 59
B. Announcements will state the reasons for the school closing. If the closing results in evacuation, the announcement would state where the children have been taken and what parents should do.
C. Parents should make special arrangements with their children in the event of an emergency early dismissal during the school day when children are sent home before the normal schedule.
When the schools remain open during inclement weather, the school corporation recognizes the basic right of parents and guardians to decide whether or not to send their children to school under such conditions. Such absences will not be considered unexcused. Parents and students should also recognize that school bus schedules may be delayed because of weather conditions. In these situations parental decisions about school attendance or tardiness are respected.
State law requires that school days lost because of emergency closings be made up if the total number of school days does not equal the minimum mandated.
Student insurance is available in all schools in the school system. This insurance is not provided by the school system but must be purchased by individual students. Students or parents interested in this insurance should inquire through their principal.
Parents should realize that there are risks and dangers involved when students are participating in curricular and extracurricular activities and assume all risk of injury and damage incidental to such participation. Parents and students are advised that this risk of being injured is particularly inherent in sports. This risk exists even with good student talent, good facilities, good equipment, carefully taught fundamentals and proper supervision. Cases of severe injury are rare, but the possibility exists. For this reason, student accident insurance is strongly advised for students who are not covered on a parent health plan. The investment of a small premium could save a family thousands of dollars in medical expenses.
The Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) carries catastrophic insurance for major injuries incurred during participation in approved IHSAA sports programs (does not apply to club sport programs). The policy pays a premium on a catastrophic coverage from $25,000 to $1,000,000. Coverage is subject to the terms and conditions of the IHSAA policy. It should be noted that neither Wayne Township nor the IHSAA carry any kind of first dollar medical insurance for injuries.
|School||Student Hours||Office Hours|
|Ben Davis High School||7:30am-3:05pm||7:00am-4:00pm|
|Ben Davis University High School||9:25am-4:15pm||8:15am-4:45pm|
|Ben Davis 9th Grade Ctr.||7:30am-3:05pm||7:00am-4:00pm|
|Chapel Hill 7th & 8th Grade Ctr.||8:45am-3:45pm||7:30am-4:30pm|
|Lynhurst 7th & 8th Grade Ctr.||8:45am-3:45pm||7:30am-4:30pm|
|Chapel Glen Elementary||8:00am-2:25pm||7:15am-4:15pm|
|Garden City Elementary||8:00am-2:25pm||7:15am-4:15pm|
|North Wayne Elementary||8:00am-2:25pm||7:15am-4:15pm|
|Stout Field Elementary||8:00am-2:25pm||7:15am-4:15pm|
|Wayne Enrichment Center||9:30am-4:00pm||7:30am-4:30pm|
|Wayne Township Preschool||9:00am-12:00pm
|Emergency Services Education Center (ESEC)||n/a||8:00am-5:00pm|
|West Central Joint Services||n/a||7:30am-4:30pm|
Students arriving before the opening of the building or staying after the building closes will not be supervised if they are not part of a scheduled activity.
For information on school boundary lines and school attendance areas, call the office of the supervision of transportation, 247-9761.
|MSD Wayne Buildings|
|1. Education Center
2. Ben Davis High School
3. Ben Davis 9th Grade Center
4. Ben Davis University High School
Wayne Township Preschool
5. Chapel Hill 7th & 8th Grade Center
6. Lynhurst 7th & 8th Grade Center
8. Chapel Glen
10. Garden City
|13. North Wayne
16. Sanders/West Central
17. Stout Field
19. Wayne Enrichment Center
20. Old Bridgeport School
21. Operations Center
22. Transportation Center
23. Emergency Services Education Center
Services are provided for students whose first acquired language is other than English. The goal of the program is to ensure that ENL students develop their English skills while working on academic content at their grade level. Additional information about the ENL program and services may be obtained by calling the ENL Coordinator at 227-8653.