School is right around the corner! We’ve gathered a list of Central Indiana school districts to show the start dates for the 2023 academic year. To verify the date or to view other upcoming events for the school district, click on the district name to go to the schools calendar site. This ensures you have the most up-to-date information for the upcoming school year.
For those seeking more information before the first day of school, look no further than your school district website. There, you can access a wealth of valuable resources, including additional calendars, tech help, enrollment information, volunteer opportunities, and much more. Exploring the website ensures you have all the necessary details to navigate the upcoming academic year successfully.
First Day of School Ideas for Parents
Whether it’s the first day of school ever or the first day of school for a senior, starting a new school year is a significant milestone for both parents and their children. It marks a time of growth, learning, and exciting experiences. As a parent, there are numerous ways to make the first day of school special and memorable for your children. From capturing cherished moments through photographs to offering words of encouragement and support, these thoughtful gestures can set a positive tone for the entire school year ahead. Here are some ideas you can use to capture the first day moments:
Take a photo to capture the moment.
Prepare a special breakfast or lunch to celebrate the day.
Write a heartfelt note or create a small card for your child to find in their backpack.
Walk or drive your child to school, if possible, to ease any nerves.
Meet with other parents to plan a get-together after school for the kids to socialize.
Prepare a small surprise or gift for your child to open after their first day.
Encourage open communication about their experiences and feelings during the day.
Be positive and enthusiastic about the new school year to create a sense of excitement.
Familiarize yourself with the school and its surroundings to better understand your child’s environment.
Be prepared with any necessary supplies or forms that might be required on the first day.