Hats Off To Another Amazing Year At Creek!
We’ve wrapped up another successful school year at Indian Creek and it’s time to take a look back at some of the highlights that made the past few months so memorable. From preschool through high school, our students, teachers and staff proved once again why our district is so special. We’ll also take a look ahead to a busy summer and the coming school year.
Creek Graduates As Class of 2022 Takes Center Stage
On May 22, Indian Creek seniors celebrated graduation at Franciscan University. Thirteen years of hard work, dedication and determination culminated in a fun, moving ceremony in front of family, friends and community. Each of our graduating seniors got to hear their name called, walk across the stage and close out their Creek career in style. They graduate prepared for their next chapter, be it enrollment in college, enlistment in the military or entering the workforce. We’re so proud of each of our graduates and can’t wait to see what’s next for each of them. They’ll always be part of the Indian Creek family.
Click here to see photos from this historic day!
Creek Helps Students Succeed
With new facilities designed for learning and engagement and a team of committed teachers and staff, Indian Creek is the best place for your child to grow and excel. They’ll receive personalized attention, utilize technology and build a foundation that helps them thrive not just in the classroom, but beyond!
Creek Remembers: Highlights & Memories
It’s impossible to recap every great memory in our district from the past nine months, but here are a few that stood out.
Indian Creek High School students and staff made a historic move from their old building to the new one in April. The new building, designed using input from throughout the district, is engineered for learning. “It’s so exciting to come into an environment like this. This environment was made for high-quality learning, teaching and instruction – that’s how this environment was created and designed,” principal Louie Retton said.
A highlight of the year at Indian Creek Middle School was the eighth graders’ memorable trip through America’s history, visiting Gettysburg and Washington, D.C. Students, staff and chaperones got to visit many historic sights, including battlefields in Gettysburg, and important landmarks in the nation’s capital.
Hills Elementary showed that character counts by completing a service project to raise support for members of the local community undergoing chemotherapy. Ms. Hibbits and her second grade class collected snacks to donate to those brave individuals battling cancer, bringing in bags and bags filled with tasty treats as a way to show support.
Cross Creek Elementary
ICHS wasn’t the only new building our district opened this past school year. Cross Creek students began the year in their own new building, complete with collaborative workspaces, outdoor learning spaces, awesome murals and built-in features helping them learn about the water cycle.
Register Now for the 2022-23 School Year.
The summer is just getting started, but it’s not too early to register your child for the coming academic year. Click here for all of the enrollment resources you’ll need for preschool and kindergarten registration, as well as open enrollment.