School News – March 30



Franklin kindergarten sign-up opens in April

Kindergarten registration will be in April for Franklin families.

Parents of upcoming kindergarten students are invited to register their children from 4 to 7 p.m. April 7 at the elementary school where the child will attend.

District’s schools plan kindergarten registration

Kindergarten registration for Center Grove students has been set. Registration will be from 6 to 7 p.m. April 14 at all elementary schools in the district.

Children must be 5 years old by Aug. 1.

Parents should bring the child’s birth certificate, immunization records and proof of residency. Adults wanting to volunteer with the school should bring their driver’s license.

Clark-Pleasant schools announce registration

Kindergarten registration for Clark-Pleasant Community School Corp. will be from 3:30 to 7 p.m. April 15.

Parents should bring the child and the child’s birth certificate and shot record.

Registration can be started at the school district’s website, but parents must attend the date to finalize enrollment.

Riley program accepting camper applications

“Blast from the Past” is the theme for this year’s Camp Riley program, a camp for kids with physical disabilities.

Online applications to secure a spot are available at Camp Riley is conducted at Bradford Woods, Indiana University’s outdoor recreation center near Martinsville.

The staff-to-camper ratio never exceeds one to three. Children ages 8 to 18 can attend one of five Camp Riley sessions offered during a six-week span in June and July. Sessions offer swimming, hiking, horseback riding, vertical climbing, canoeing, art projects and other activities.

New families may attend Newcomer’s Day on May 30 at Camp Riley to learn more.

Riley Children’s Foundation subsidizes most of each child’s camper fee. The fee families are asked to pay is determined on a sliding scale based on household income.

Information: 877-867-4539,

Roncalli students perform one-act plays

Roncalli High School students performed one-act plays this month.

More than 100 students made up the cast and crew of six plays, “Cut,” “Mere Mortals,” “The Ugly Duckling,” “13 Ways to Screw Up Your College Interview,” “Sure Thing” and “Seussification of Romeo and Juliet.”

Roncalli announces students of the month

Roncalli High School has announced the February students of the month. They are:

Guidance, Emma Wrege; English, Andrew Fey; S.T.A.R.S. Program, Dylan Holok; industrial technology, Nolan Dalman; science Zalen Niccolini; Math, Chad Ransburg; social studies, Anna Chrzanowski; communication, Grayson Ellis; health and physical education, Caitlin Yanis; fine arts, Hannah Roberts; family and consumer science, Sabrina Cobb; business and technology, Macy Skibinski and world languages, Hannah Brinker.

Local student serves as page at Statehouse

A Center Grove student got an inside look at state government by serving as a page.

Eighth-grader Ethan Stanley served as a page for Rep. David Frizzell.

Pages observe actions on bills, tour the Statehouse and run errands for legislators.

Center Grove wins INSPIRE honor

Center Grove has won an award for their program that helps young adults with intellectual disabilities.

The district will receive the Magna Award Honorable Mention from the National School Boards Association in recognition of its work on the creation and development of the INSPIRE program.

The INSPIRE program is available to students at Center Grove High School and other Johnson County schools. The program helps transition 18- to 21-year-old students with intellectual disabilities into the workforce.