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Parent Resources


In accordance with the Every Student Succeeds Act, Maconaquah School Corporation is required to provide parents with data for our Title I schools. Parents may access data for Pipe Creek Elementary School and Maconaquah Elementary School at the links below. If you have questions regarding compliance with ESSA or the school's data reported on the Indiana Department of Education site, please contact Kelly McPike, Title I Program Manager.

Maconaquah Elementary Report Card Link -

Pipe Creek Report Card Link -

Maconaquah Elementary School Corporation Dyslexia Data
Number of Maconaquah Elementary Students Identified with Characteristics of Dyslexia:  3
Intervention Provided:  Orton Gillingham/IREADY
Pipe Creek Dyslexia Data
Number of Pipe Creek Elementary Students Identified with Characteristics of Dyslexia:  10
Intervention Provided:  Leveled Literacy Intervention/IREADY

Reading and Writing Curricula and Remedial Programs

Pursuant to I.C. 20-26-5-44.2 the following information is provided to our parents and community regarding the curriculum and materials utilized for English/Language Arts instruction:
The board adopted publisher:  SAVVAS - myView Literacy
Grades:  K- 5
Remedial Programs Grades K-5:  myFocus Intervention; Orton Gillingham; UFLI, iReady
Administrative Contact: 
Pipe Creek Elementary School  - Laura Fulton, Principal [email protected]
Maconaquah Elementary School - Stephanie Tidd, Principal [email protected]



Indiana Education for Homeless Children & Youth (INEHCY)

Students who are in temporary, inadequate, and homeless living situations have the following rights:

1. Immediate enrollment in the school they last attended or the school in whose attendance area they are currently staying even if they do not have all of the documents normally required at the time of enrollment;

2. Access to free meals and textbooks, Title I and other educational programs, and other comparable services including transportation;

3. To attend the same classes and activities that students in other living situations also participate in without fear of being separated or treated differently due to their housing situations.

You may qualify for certain rights and protections under the federal McKinney-Vento Act.

Any questions about these rights can be directed to:

Amy Snyder
McKinney-Vento Liaison
7784 S. Strawtown Pike
Bunker Hill, IN 46914
765-689-9131, ext. 3002
Email: [email protected]

McKinney Vento State Coordinator:  Flora Jones, Director of Student Pathways & Opportunities and Charie Gibson, Homeless Education Specialist, 317-232-0957, [email protected]

Additional information can be found on the Indiana Department of Education Website at


Photography Orders

To view all Maconaquah-related photography and events follow the link below.

Local Internet Service Providers


To view local internet service providers (ISPs) in the area, follow this link.

Local Internet Providers*


For Maconaquah families in serviceable areas, free internet service is offered through Skywaves. The service is only capable enough to meet the demands of students' needs for school work. Free service requires a $50 setup fee.


For more information contact Skywaves

Website: Skyewaves Internet 

E-mail: [email protected]

Phone: (765) 327-4149


Additionally, for other ISPs, qualifying families can receive $30 off their monthly internet bill through The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). Below are links for more information.


The Affordable Connectivity Program information


Apply for The Affordable Connectivity Program


*please note that some ISPs may not service your area.