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08.18.2020 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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McKinney Vento- Homeless

McKinney-Vento (Homeless)

Families in certain transitional living situations are eligible for McKinney-Vento Services. Which of these most accurately describes your residence:
  • Living in motel, hotel, or camping grounds, due to lack of adequate alternative accommodations
  • Due to a loss of housing, economic hardship, or similar reason, we are sharing the housing of others
  • Lack stable housing and are moving from place to place, in between homes, or “couch surfing”
  • Living in emergency or transitional shelters (Turning Point etc.)
  • Living in a public or private place not designed for habitation (car, park, abandoned building)
  • Unaccompanied Youth
  • Children In Foster Care

The Housing Questionnaire is the first form in the Enrollment process and Food Assistance forms include Homeless status.

Upon enrollment in any MSD Steuben County School or during anytime of current enrollment, parents may contact the school to notify them of Homeless Status. 
Other Contacts:

McKinney Vento Liaison (Director of Curriculum) 260-665-2854
Food Service: 260-665-2854

Indiana Department of Education 

pdf McKinney Vento District Plan (294 KB)
  pdf McKinney Vento District Plan Spanish (850 KB)
 Housing Questionnaire
  pdf Housing Questionnaire Spanish (296 KB)
A Parent s Guide to the Rights of Children and Youth Experiencing Homelessness





Student Assessment

 
 
State Assessments  Assessment Name            Assessment Window   Begins Assessment Window Ends
                             
Grades 3-8  ILEARN (online) April 19, 2021 May 14, 2021
Grade 10 High School Graduation Exam  TBA  TBA
Grade 10 ISTEP Parts I & II Winter Retest November 9, 2020 December 11, 2020
   ISTEP Parts I & II Spring Retest  February 2, 2021  February 25, 2021
Grade 3 IREAD 3  spring (online) May 10, 2021 May 21, 2021
       
Grades 3-8 & 10 IAM (online) April 5, 2021 May 14, 2021
       
       
       
Grades K-12 WIDA ACESS English Language Learners
(online 1-12) (K paper)
January 11, 2021 February 26, 2021
       
Grade 10-11 PSAT October 14, 2020  
       
Formative Assessments NWEA August 17, 2020 September 24, 2020
  NWEA December 1, 2020 January 14, 2021
  NWEA March 29, 2021 May 21, 2021

ILEARN measures student achievement and growth according to Indiana Academic Standards. ILEARN is the summative accountability assessment for Indiana students and assesses: English/Language Arts (Grades 3-8); Mathematics (Grades 3-8); Science (Grades 4 and 6); Social Studies (Grade 5); Biology (High School)  Parent Information Brochure and Información para Familias sobre la Evaluación ILEARN

I AM measures student achievement and growth according to Indiana’s Content Connectors aligned to the Indiana Academic Standards. I AM is the summative accountability assessment for students with significant cognitive disabilities in grades 3-8 and 10. It assesses: English/Language Arts (Grades 3-8 and 10); Mathematics (Grades 3-8 and 10); Science (Grades 4, 6, and Biology); Social Studies (Grade 5). 
Family Brochure

Indiana High School Graduation Assessment
Additional Information Comming

English Learner Assessment (WIDA)
The purpose of the English Learner assessment is to determine a student's level of English proficiency. The placement test, administered upon the student's arrival in the United States, is used to determine the EL services appropriate for the student. The annual assessment, administered in January and February, is used to determine the student's current level of English proficiency and for accountability purposes.

IREAD-3
The purpose of the Indiana Reading Evaluation And Determination (IREAD-3) assessment is to measure foundational reading standards through grade three. Based on the Indiana Academic Standards, IREAD-3 is a summative assessment given to all third grade students, that was developed in accordance with House Enrolled Act 1367

PSAT
Cosponsored by the College Board and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT) — often shortened to PSAT — is a standardized test targeting 10th and 11th graders across the U.S. 

Indiana Formative Assessment Tools
MSD of Steuben County has selected NWEA for E/LA and Math for formative assessments.  These formative tools monitor students' growth toward meeting state standards and are given three times per year.

Click here for additional information on Indiana’s Assessment System.     

Exceptional Learners

HIGH ABILITY PROGRAMS
The Metropolitan School District of Steuben County provides services for students with high ability in language arts, mathematics, and general intellectual in grades kindergarten through twelfth grade. Services include differentiated regular classroom instruction, cluster resource groups at the elementary, self-contained advanced classes at the middle school level, and honors, Advance Placement and dual credit courses at the high school level.
 

PARENT & TEACHER RESOURCES
 
SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES
The Metropolitan School District of Steuben County provides services in the following exceptionality areas:
Autism Spectrum Disorder, Blind or low vision, Cognitive Disability, Deaf or hard of hearing
Developmental Delay (Early Intervention), Emotional Disability, Language or speech impairment, and
Multiple Disabilities, within the district and through our four county special education cooperative including Steuben, DeKalb, Lagrange, and Noble counties. In compliance with Special Education Rules Title 511 Rule 34 any parent of a home schooled child who resides within the district's boundaries witha disabled child or supected of having a disability may contact Kathy Bahr, Special Education Coordinator at 665-2854 Ext: 1304 (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

 
PARENT & TEACHER RESOURCES
 
 
ENGLISH LEARNERS
The Metropolitan School District provides services to English Learner students enrolled within our district in grades kindergarten through twelfth grade. Services include pull-out resource and extended literacy time at the elementary and resource classes at the middle and high school levels.  New students to the District are given the W-APT in Kindergarten and the WIDA Screener in grades 1-12 to determine their English Proficiency Level.  Al Limited English Proficient students are administered the World- Class Instructional Design and Assessment WIDA annually to measure proficiency growth.  Services are provided based on WIDA Standards and Descriptors.

 
PARENT & TEACHER RESOURCES

Title I Program

                                    (IMPROVING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF THE DISADVANTAGED)
Title I, Part A is the oldest and largest federal funded program which provides financial assistance to schools with high numbers or high percentages of poverty to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards. Title I is directly connected to ESSA regulations.   Each elementary school receiving Title I funding provides intervention for children identified as most in need of educational help in English/language arts and mathematics. The school sets goals for improvement, measures student progress, and implements programs that supplement regular classroom instruction.  Carlin Park Elementary, Hendry Park Elementary, and Pleasant Lake Elementary schools serve students through TAS programming which serves targeted children who are the least successful.
 
 Parents are an important part of all aspects of the program. Please click on the Parent Information links below to learn more.
 
District Parent & Family Engagement Policy
District Parent & Family Engagment Policy Spanish
Parent Brochure
Parent Brochure Spanish
 
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    • District Office

      MSD of Steuben County
      400 South Martha St.
      Angola, IN 46703

      Tel: 260-665-2854
      Fax: 260-665-9155
      Brent Wilson, Superintendent
      Ann Rice, Assistant Superintendent
      Karen Easgleson, Business Manager
      Schauna Relue, Director of Curriculum and Instruction
      Chantell Manahan, Director of Technology

      High School

      Angola High School
      350 S. John McBride Ave.
      Angola, IN 46703

      Tel: 260-665-2186
      Athletics: 260-665-3780
      Fax: 260-665-7012
      Mr. Travis Heavin, Principal
      Mrs. Nancy Irwin, Asst. Principal
      Mr. Steve Lantz, Asst. Prin./Ath. Director
      Mr. Jack Vrana, Dir. of Guidance

      Educational Opportunity Center
      403 S. Martha St.
      Angola, IN 46703

      Tel: 260-665-1360
      Fax: 260-668-7928
      Mr. Gary Puckett, Principal

      Middle School

      Angola Middle School
      1350 East Maumee St.
      Angola, IN 46703

      Tel: 260-665-9581
      Fax: 260-665-9583
      Mr. Ryan Bounds, Principal
      Mr. Ryan Stellhorn, Asst. Prin./Ath. Director
    • Elementary Schools

      Carlin Park Elementary
      800 N Williams St.
      Angola, IN 46703

      Tel: 260-665-2014
      Fax: 260-665-7053
      Mr. John Curtis, Principal

      Hendry Park Elementary
      805 South Washington St.
      Angola, IN 46703

      Tel: 260-665-3215
      Fax: 260-665-5584
      Mrs. Lisa Bauer, Principal

      Pleasant Lake Elementary
      P.O. Box 69
      1205 W. Main St.
      Pleasant Lake, IN  46779

      Tel: 260-475-5055
      Fax:  260-475-5673
      Mrs. Rosie Brandt, Principal

      Ryan Park Elementary
      1000 South John McBride Ave.
      Angola, IN  46703

      Tel: 260-668-8873
      Fax:  260-668-8823
      Mrs. Amy Heavin, Principal

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      If you have witnessed or have knowledge of a student being bullied in the MSD Steuben County Schools please click the link below:

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