Welcome to
Indian Lake Local Schools

Located in northwest Logan County, Ohio, the district encompasses 126 square miles.  Approximately  1,800 students are served in grades K–12.


The district proudly holds an “Excellent with Distinction” rating by the Ohio Department of Education.


Indian Lake schools inspire to create a climate and culture for students, teachers and parents to come together as a learning community.


Indian Lake Schools will dismiss 2-hours early on Friday, December 19th. Have a great Christmas Break....See you in 2015!
Headlines and Features



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Indian Lake Schools Named 2014 IL Watershed Outstanding Partner 

The Indian Lake Watershed Project recently selected Indian Lake Schools as their Outstanding Partner for 2014. Representative Gabe Wickline presented a plaque to the school board during their December meeting. He said the award is in recognition of all the hard work that went into the Nashville Hitmakers Concert held at the school in late July. The event is a dual fundraiser for the Watershed Project and the Indian Lake Music Department. Wickline also presented the board with a $4,000 donation for the music program stemming from the concert's proceeds. Finally, he told the board that the Watershed Project is creating a $1,000 scholarship for any IL senior pursuing a career in music. 

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Chemo Bag Donations

Members of the HS and MS volleyball teams delivered Chemo Care Bags to the oncology center in Bellefontaine recently. The bags were purchased during Volley for the Cure event in September by several staff and community members and put together by Tracey Notestine. 

The 31 bag contained a blanket, fuzzy socks, Chapstick, hand sanitizer, tissues and chewing gum. They will be given out to patients receiving chemotherapy. Even though the season has ended, these girls keep on giving!!

Statement Regarding Former School Site Properties
School Site Response.pdf

Golden Laker Cards
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Laker Fans! Golden Laker Cards are available now! This is an all-sports pass that gets you into most home games for FREE. To be eligible, you must be 62 years of age or older. Residents who live in the district can get a Lifetime pass at no cost. Those who live outside the district can get a non-resident pass for $25 that must be renewed yearly. This card is not honored at CBC tournament games or invitationals that may be hosted at Indian Lake. Stop in the administrative office to get yours! 

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Busing Update

With the passage of the renewal levy, busing for Indian Lake High School students is reinstated. Transportation Director Pat Smith got to work immediately after the election, hiring bus drivers and readying the fleet.  The goal was the have high school students back on the buses after Winter Break, but Smith is able to accomplish this just after Thanksgiving Break starting December 1st. Postcards were sent to parents concerning new bus assignments. If you have questions about your student’s bus route or assignment, contact Transportation Director Pat Smith at 686-8601. For high school students and parents, please note: the front lot of the High School is now for buses ONLY. Drop-offs and pick-ups should go to the Auditorium entrance. Student drivers should continue to use the back parking lot. 

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Food Fight for the Hungry

Indian Lake collected a total of 8,246 canned goods/non-perishable items for the "Food Fight for the Hungry." Still waiting to hear totals from the other schools involved. It all goes to the United Christian Food Bank at the Municipal Building in Russells Point and the St. Vincent De Paul Food Pantry. Way to go students and staff! 


 

.Indian Lake Schools want you to know how to spot and protect against Ebola. Please make sure to read and share information attached so we can avoid this infectious disease!

Ebola.pdf






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