Indiana Education for Homeless Children

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.

Please see useful links below.

Any questions about these rights can be directed to:

Kelly A. McPike
McKinney-Vento Liaison
7784 S. Strawtown Pike
Bunker Hill, IN 46914
765-689-9131, ext. 3000
Email: mcpikek@maconaquah.k12.in.us

MES & PCE School Report Card Data Every Student Succeeds Act

 Indiana Department of Education 

In accordance with the, Every Student Succeeds Act, Maconaquah School Corporation is required to provide parents 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 - https://compass.doe.in.gov/dashboard/screportcard.aspx?type=school&id=6035

Pipe Creek Report Card Link - https://compass.doe.in.gov/dashboard/screportcard.aspx?type=school&id=6012

Maconaquah School Corporation Dyslexia Data
2020-21
Mac El Number of Students Receiving Dyslexia Characteristics Intervention:  17
Intervention Program Used:  Orton-Gillingham
 
Pipe Creek Dyslexia Data
2020-21
Mac El Number of Students Receiving Dyslexia Characteristics Intervention: 20
Intervention Program Used:  IREADY

High Ability Program Description

United Way

Bullying Report Form