🚌 Greetings, Parents/Guardians of IWES Students 🚌 Friendly reminders to ensure a smooth school experience: 🛑 Pick Up Required: Please remember to pick up your child at the bus stop. Their safety is our priority. It is required that PreK-2 students are picked up by a parent/guardian. ⏰ Be Punctual: Please arrive at the bus stop at least 5 minutes early. This helps us maintain a timely schedule. 📞 Communicate Changes: If there are any changes to your child's bus arrangements, kindly inform the front office by 2 pm. Thank you for your cooperation and support in keeping our students safe and organized. Together, we create a positive learning environment! Best regards, Ms. Tomlin
10 months ago, Andrea Tomlin
Thank you for a great first day of school! The 2.0 Roadrunners are awesome at IWE!
11 months ago, Andrea Tomlin
First Day
Welcome back! It's just one more day until school starts. Classes begin tomorrow, August 2nd, at 7:55 AM. The doors will open at 7:30 AM. We're excited to see everyone!
11 months ago, Andrea Tomlin
First Day of School
Registration is now open online! You can also register in person at IWES. To register online, log in to your Infinite Campus Parent Portal at http://bit.ly/3CIAsjE, select "more" on the left-hand side, and then "online registration." School starts on August 2nd. If you need help accessing your parent portal or have any questions, please contact Ms. Lea at leag@holbrook.k12.az.us or 928-654-3622.
11 months ago, Andrea Tomlin
registration
Greetings Roadrunners! HUSD #3 is hosting online registration for all returning students right now. New students and those needing assistance with continuing registration may register the week of July 25-28. Please see the information attached: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PJ9h_daid-8jIagLyLuqKTI5VCZv1kqs/view?usp=sharing Thanks for being Roadrunners!
11 months ago, Dr. Koerperich
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HUSD #3 will host a summer food program again this summer. The summer program will begin on June 5th and run through July 27th. The summer food service program is for all children under the age of 18! Please check the district website for locations and details! Have a great summer Roadrunners!
about 1 year ago, Dr. Koerperich
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Summer Food Program at IWES!
about 1 year ago, Andrea Tomlin
Summer Food
The Indian Wells Elementary Spring Concert, "We Honor Those Who Served," will be held on Wednesday, May 17, 2023. The concert will begin at 6 pm in the GGPAC. This concert is Free. The live broadcast of the concert is available on the high school YouTube channel, "Roadrunner Broadcasting," under the "Live" tab.
about 1 year ago, Andrea Tomlin
Spring Concert
Kindergarten Transition day! May 5th- 9 AM to 11 AM at IWES!
about 1 year ago, Andrea Tomlin
Kinder transition day
IWES will hold its Spring Concert in Holbrook at the George Gardner Performing Arts Center! Save the Date! Wednesday, May 17, 2023, at 6 PM
about 1 year ago, Andrea Tomlin
spring concert
IWES Reading Night Thursday, March 23rd! 4:30-6:30 We hope to see you here!
about 1 year ago, Andrea Tomlin
Reading Night
Reading Night
Spring picture day is coming to IWES! Wednesday, March, 29
over 1 year ago, Andrea Tomlin
Spring Pictures
Navajo-Hopi Area Junior High League hooping it up and cheering the players on in Holbrook today! Keeping kids engaged through youth sports! Thanks student-athletes, coaches, parents and fans for being involved with our youth! Thanks Coach Williams for hosting the NHAJHL teams from Leupp, Little Singer, Star, Kin Dah Lichi, Indian Wells, Wide Ruins, Dilcon, Leupp Elementary! It's a packed house in the gym! Go Roadrunners!!!
over 1 year ago, Dr. Koerperich
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Roadrunners Everywhere! Sean Tyler (Class of 2006) is the School Resource Officer Sergeant for Goodyear Police Department! Ran into Sean at the School Connect conference today! Thanks for serving Sean and thanks for being a Roadrunner! Once A Roadrunner, Always A Roadrunner!
over 1 year ago, Dr. Koerperich
Sean
Cliff Johns, one of the first Native American basketball players at University of Arizona and Holbrook Girls Assistant Coach Elisha Johns-Aberle, played at San Diego State University, were recognized by the Phoenix Suns during Native American Heritage Month. Congrats Coach John’s- Aberle!
over 1 year ago, Dr. Koerperich
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IWES serves free breakfast to students every school day!
over 1 year ago, Andrea Tomlin
Free breakfast
Indian Wells ITM day Jan 17, 2023 Indian Wells Elementary will be on an ITM day today. Students can access teachers' classwork via Google Classroom and work sent home by teachers. Students may access their schoolwork according to directions given to the students by the teachers. Teachers will be available from 10:00 am to 3:30 to make contact with you to help assist with any work. All assignments will be due within two days of returning to school. IWE will note attendance within two school days. Completed work or parent attestation denotes attendance. You must turn in the work within two days of returning to school to ensure your student is marked present for that day. If you choose not to have your student complete the work, call the school to record the absence. Indian Wells Elementary can be contacted by calling IWES at 928-654-3622. All classroom teachers will contact families today via phone or email to check for attendance and to explain what work needs to be completed. The activities that students will be asked to accomplish vary depending on the grade level and the learning which might have occurred in the classroom if the school were in session. We plan on school resuming on Wednesday for all students, Please be safe today!
over 1 year ago, Andrea Tomlin
Dear Families, Each year, the Arizona Legislature passes legislation that goes into effect on September 24th. Sometimes that legislation directly affects what happens in the classroom; sometimes, they don’t. This past session, the Governor signed HB 2707, which amended A.R.S. § 15-506. The new Arizona Moment of Silence law requires all K-12 public schools to set aside at least one minute at the beginning of every school day for a moment of silent reflection. Students are prohibited from interfering with other students' participation in the moment of silence. In addition, all school personnel is prohibited from suggesting the content of the reflection. Within the law, however, the school must encourage parents to discuss how to use the movement of silence with their children. As you discuss this law with your students, please keep in mind that the law prohibits students from interfering with other students' participation in the moment of silence, both verbal and nonverbal. These interferences could include: Speaking Making noises such as humming, chanting, singing, or laughing Touching or poking others Passing notes Excessive movement Embarrassing others for participating Waving a flag, or Playing music Some verbal and non-verbal activities that are not considered interference include: Sitting on the ground Using hands for prayer Telling other students what they contemplated or what they will contemplate Silently writing or reading Closing one's eyes, or Looking at or watching other students participate in the moment of silence. Under State law, we cannot encourage topics for reflection as a school. These topics must be left solely to the student and you, as their parent or guardian. Indian Wells Elementary School plans incorporating the moment of silence into the morning announcements before the instructional day begins. We will cue students by saying, “Please join us for a moment of silence,” after at least one minute passes, we will conclude by saying, “Please remember to follow the 4-B's to being a 100% Roadrunner, Be Respectful, Be Safe, Be Kind and Be Ready to Learn." Before Monday, September 26th, please have a conversation with your children about how they may spend their Moment of Silence and encourage them to be respectful of those who participate, even if your child chooses not to participate. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out. Respectfully, Ms. Tomlin
over 1 year ago, Andrea Tomlin
Moment of Silence
Greetings 6th Grade Parents and Guardians, IWE 6th grade students are invited to join the HJHS 6th grade students in Holbrook for a day of making positive connections. A permission slip is required! When: Wednesday, December 21st! Transportation and lunch will be provided by the school.
over 1 year ago, Andrea Tomlin
Making Positive Connections
Greetings, Parents, and Guardians; today, December 15, 2022, is the Indian Wells Elementary Christmas concert. The concert will be held at the George Gardner Performing Arts Center at 6 PM. Please have your children to the GGPAC by 5:30 PM, and have your children dress in their best performance clothes! We look forward to seeing you at the concert!
over 1 year ago, Andrea Tomlin