Trunk or Treat November 1st @ 6:30

Trunk or Treat

Trunk or Treat November 1st @ 6:30

All participating trunks/cars must be parked and ready to greet [email protected] 6:15.
Other vehicles must park behind the school or across the street to keep the lot as safe as possible.
Even if you did not return the survey/rsvp form, we would love to have your family join in.
Parents may decorate their trunks and dress up!
Please bring enough treats for everyone: Currently there are over 60 children
that are participating and more are expected.
This event is open to all families and staff of Indian Prairie.
Costumes are optional but must be in good taste.
Please contact Gena at [email protected] or 344.7658 if needed.

See you there!


Celebrate Red Ribbon Week By Being Drug Free!


Celebrate Red Ribbon Week by being Drug Free

October 21st – 25th.

Monday:  Take the Pledge  – Wear Red today!

Tuesday:  Put drugs to bed – Wear your pajamas today!

Wednesday:  Be a sport and stay drug free – Wear your team clothing today!

Thursday:  Hats off to staying drug free – Wear your crazy hat today!

Friday:  Turn your back on drugs – Backwards day!


Indian Prairie Trunk or Treat

Trunk or Treat

Indian Prairie Trunk or Treat Tentative Date: Nov 1st at 6:30 pm

Please send in your Trunk or Treat RSVP by Friday October 18th.

Before scheduling this event we need to have at least 15 families committed to attending.

If you did not receive this letter in your child’s backpack, please email your RSVP to [email protected].

Please be sure to include the number of children (I.P. students & siblings) that will be participating.

Also, please bring at least one bag of candy/treat to pass out. Please use discretion when helping your child choose their costume (costumes not necessary).

Trunk Or Treat RSVP  (click to open flyer)


PTO Meeting This Tuesday!

PTOOctober’s PTO Meeting this Tuesday the 15th 6pm -7pm in the school library with free daycare in the gym. Stop in and see what it’s all about!!


Happy friendsIndian Prairie PTO is in need of child care during the PTO meetings. If you have a high schooler, niece, nephew or neighbor, let them know this position pays well! If interested please contact Shelley at

MEAP Testing This Week


Don’t forget MEAP Testing start this week.