• Verification of Information: Parents will need to complete an online verification of information for all returning students between July 17th and August 9th. This information is used to update our records, provide a safe environment for your child and to confirm your child’s enrollment for the new school year. Be on the lookout for a letter in the mail from the Superintendent with additional information and instructions. You may also visit the corporation or school websites for details. Online payment of textbook fees for Kindergarten through Grade 6 will be available beginning July 17th and online payment for Grade 7 through Grade 12 will be available beginning September 16th We welcome you back for another school year!
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Programs

GEMINUS PRESCHOOLgeminus

2 full day classes at MHS (20 students in each class)

1 split day class at Fieler (17 students in the morning / 17 students in the afternoon)

1 split day class at Iddings (17 students in the morning / 17 students in the afternoon

1 split day class at Miller (17 students in the morning / 17 students in the afternoon)

The students must be Merrillville residents and provide all of the proofs of residency just like when they register any other student.   Application is through Geminus.  Parents can call (219) 757-1800 to schedule an appointment to apply.

 

UNIFIED TRACK

UNIFIED TRACK

Unified Track is a program that combines Special Olympic athletes (individuals with intellectual disabilities) and partners them with high school athletes (individuals without intellectual disabilities) on the same sports team. Unified track is an important program because it expands opportunities for all students seeking athletic competition and embarking on new challenges. Additionally, it dramatically increases inclusion in the school community.

Unified Track is a unique and important program because it integrates athletes with and without intellectual disabilities in a setting where all teammates are challenged to improve their skills. Furthermore, this team promotes valuable sports opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities who may not be currently involved with Special Olympics, especially those with mild intellectual disabilities and those in communities where there are not enough Special Olympic athletes to create teams.

 

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