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Welcome to Indian Hill Elementary School!

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Independent, inquisitive, insatiable – these are typical traits of students in the elementary grades of 3-5. Many believe it's in these years that a love of knowledge, an attitude of lifelong learning, is instilled.

At Indian Hill Elementary School, we focus on nurturing and encouraging these natural traits and creating an individualized learning experience to support whole child development. Students have the chance to explore concepts in more depth. Instructional practices supported by data meet the diverse needs of our learners, and our SEEDS program (Safe Environment for Educating Diverse Students) is incorporated into daily work.

When students leave Indian Hill Elementary after finishing fifth grade, they are on their way to becoming successful, respectful young people, ready to take on greater challenges, academically and personally.

What's New at IHES?

SHINE ​Our 6th annual IHES Unified Arts Night will be held on Friday, May 18th from 5:00-7:00apm. Come and see what your child has done in Unified Arts classes this year! Enjoy art galleries, participate in physical activities, and view Spanish presentations. Interact with STEM projects and learn about the iLab coming for 2018-2019 school year. You can also listen to 5th grade vocalists and help create an all-school installation project. Our book fair will have books for purchase and also collect book donations for our service project. Food will be available for purchase. Bring your family and SHINE! One Book One School- Each Kindness by Jacqueline Woodson

This week is our One Book One School week where our entire building shares one book together.  Our book this week is Each Kindness.  It is a wonderful fiction story that helps us realize how important it is to show kindness.  The students read this book with their classroom teachers.  We would also love for you to share this book at home and enjoy some discussions and activities that focus on kindness.  There are some links below to help with this.  One is a link to the author, Jacqueline Woodson, reading the book so you can share the book as a family.  If you would prefer to watch a video of the book, I have included directions to watch it through Book Flix on InfOhio.  Additonally, there is a link to questions and activities that you can do together as a family.  Enjoy!

Care Kit Ideas

Jacqueline Woodson reading Each Kindness

Link to Questions and Activities

Watch a video of Each Kindness


Directions:  Click on link to go to InfOhio

InfOhio username: indianhill

Password: gobraves!

Click on K-5 purple box

Click on Book Flix

Click on Family and Community

Click on pages 17-20

Click on Each Kindness

Click Go


QUARTER 3 REPORT CARDS Quarter 3 report cards are available on ProgressBook on the Indian Hill Elementary School Website. Click on Students/Parents tab and then click on Resources and Tools. Click on the ProgressBook link and select the Indian Hill icon. You can also click here to access ProgressBook. Once you are logged into ProgressBook, you will be able to view your child’s grades, report card comments, and print a paper copy. If you are having difficulty logging into your ProgressBook account, please contact Jackie O’Brien, technology facilitator, via email at Jackie.obrien@indianhillschools.org