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CJ Fox, about 23 hours ago

AYS, Inc at SENSE Charter School Our before and after-school program, AYS, has openings for SENSE students in grades 1-3. FREE! The program concentrates on homework help, hands-on activities, games, gym and outdoor play, art, STEAM, literacy, math and time with friends. AYS is a leading provider of before-and after-school programs in central Indiana. AYS is the best way for kids to learn, grow, play and stay safe in an environment that you already trust: right here in the school at SENSE. AYS serves nutritious snacks and active games to support kids’ health. Before school hours are 6:30 am – 8:00 and then again after school – 3:15-6:00 pm. AYS is open on all regular school days and early release days. AYS is closed on all holidays. Register now! Space is limited. www.ayskids,org For more information email or call 317.283.3817 view image

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CJ Fox, 2 days ago

Boys from the SENSE Cub Scouts, Pack 18, are working on their builder lesson these next three weeks. In it they are learning about the 3Rs. Recycle, Reduce, and Reuse. Here the boys are reusing popsicle sticks to make bird feeders. view image

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CJ Fox, 3 days ago

The Salvation Army Indiana Division has been providing Christmas assistance to the community for generations. This year with Angel Tree for 2018, they will be providing both vital needs and a joyful Christmas to children in families who qualify. Is my family eligible for assistance? Registration opens for Christmas on October 22nd. Angel Tree is designed to help families whose income falls below the 2018 United States Poverty Guidelines. The qualified income level is dependent upon the number of persons in your household, so visit to determine whether your family qualifies. If you are already planning to apply for Christmas assistance from another agency or organization, please do not apply for Angel Tree, too. Our goal is to ensure that as many central Indiana children as possible are able to have a special Christmas. Which of my children are eligible for Angel Tree? Children ages 0-12 who are residents of Marion, Hamilton, and Johnson County Indiana, are eligible for assistance through the Angel Tree program. When can I sign up for Assistance? Angel Tree applications take place from October 22nd through November 2nd. Where can I sign up for Assistance? There are two Indianapolis locations where applicants can sign up. The times for visiting these locations is Monday - Friday from 9:00am-4:00pm. Thursday, 9:00am-4:00pm & 6:00pm-8:00pm. Saturday 9:00am-12:00pm. • The Salvation Army Fountain Square Corps Community Center at 1337 S. Shelby Street. • The Salvation Army Eagle Creek Corps Community Center at 4400 N. High School Road. What items must I bring with me in order to apply for Angel Tree assistance? All applicants must bring the following with them on the day they apply. Applications cannot be processed without these items. • Valid form of photo ID for applicant (examples: U.S. Driver’s License, U.S. Passport, Indiana State ID, School ID, Green Card, etc.) • Proof of residence (examples: utility bill, bank statement, etc.); must be within the last month before registering. • Proof of ALL income, earned and unearned (includes: check stubs, unemployment, SSI, pensions, veteran benefits, disability, SNAP, child support, TANF/AFDC, WIC, etc.); documents MUST have a dollar amount on them, as we cannot accept a SNAP card or appointment letter; SNAP cannot be your only form of income. • Proof of rent, mortgage, or subsidized housing (receipt, lease, or letter from landlord) • Proof of ALL other expenses (includes: car loan, medical bills, credit cards, other loans, etc.) • All current utility statements (includes: electric, water, gas, cable, phone, etc.) • Birth Certificates for all children to be registered. • List of all clothing and shoe sizes for children to be registered. I still have questions. Who can I can I contact? Contact Samantha Hyde at with any questions you have about Angel Tree. view image

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CJ Fox, 6 days ago

Ms. Louie and Ms. Settle’s 5th grade classes wrapped up their Native American unit by playing a version of Traders vs Buffalo. Part 2... :-) view image

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