What makes Imagine Schools unique?
-Your child can grow and learn at his/her own pace.
-Parent teacher relationships are not only welcomed, but encouraged!
-Transportation is provided.
-Best of all? Imagine Schools are tuition free!
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Imagine West celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week through Friday by recognizing the dedication, skill, and caring each of our staff exhibits for our students on a daily basis. We are proud to have such an amazing group of teachers working on behalf … Continue reading
There are many fun, educational websites with free activities available to help your child continue to learn and grow. Many will help strengthen basic grade-level skills needed to be successful on our upcoming IRead 3 test (3rd grade) and ISTEP+ … Continue reading
Once an Eagle, always an Eagle! It’s time to secure your child’s spot for the 2014-15 school year by completing and returning re-enrollment paperwork. All students planning to continue attending our school need to complete the re-enrollment packet which went home … Continue reading
Imagine West’s Title I program is sponsoring two important Tutoring opportunities beginning this month. Iread 3 Tutoring is held on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 3:30-5:00 for invited third grade students. IRead 3 Tutoring began on Tuesday, Janaury 14 and will end on Thursday, … Continue reading
The Indianapolis/Marion County Public Library offers FREE homework help to students in Kindergarten – College. Students can receive help from 3:00-11:00 p.m. Monday-Friday, and from 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Help for adult students is available … Continue reading
Students in Mr. Jason Breeden’s 5th grade class took hands-on learning to a new level last week as they mixed their Science lesson with the great outdoors. Using yeast to serve as the catalyst in their chemistry experiment, the students had … Continue reading
Please remember that students who arrive at school in cars can enter the building beginning at 7:30 each morning. Parents should pull as far forward as possible in our single-lane car rider line so a staff member can get students … Continue reading