Our Mission Statement

The Indian Community School cultivates an enduring cultural identity and critical thinking by weaving indigenous teachings with a distinguished learning environment.

october is national bullying prevention month

The month of October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Bullying prevention is important to each student, adult and our school community because it offers a reminder that how we interact and treat someone else can have a lasting impact on them. We want our students memories of ICS to be positive, we also want them to remember how safe they felt while attending our school.
While the month of October may be the nationally recognized time for bringing about awareness, at ICS we work on bullying prevention throughout the year. In Second Step classes we learn about empathy, compassion and self-advocacy. We also have curriculum lessons specifically designed to talk with students about bullying prevention.
If you have questions about bullying prevention at Indian Community School, please contact one of our school administrators or our social work staff. We want your child(ren) to feel welcomed and cared about each and every day.  By Shelly Cornelius Roman, ICS Social Worker
Please click on the posters to view them, download or print.


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new faces at ics!

hello name tag

Welcome to the newest members of the ICS Staff!


Rebecca Basina, Menominee Language & Culture Apprentice
Linda Langen, School Counselor
EJ Higgins, Phy Ed & Health Teacher
Brenda Downey, School Psychologist
Kayley Pyne, Data Assessment Coordinator

Human Resources 

Rachel Matthews, HR Specialist

Our Ways, Language & Culture 

Marquel Crawford, Culture Support Specialist
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letter to the community about racism, violence and injustice

June 19, 2020

Posoh, Boozhoo, Shekoli, Hinikaragi  – Greetings to All.

This message comes from the ICS Board of Directors in solidarity, unity and peace during a time of great unrest. We are sharing this message against racism, violence and injustice as a show of support for people of color and for marginalized groups.  READ MORE HERE

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how to talk to children about covid-19

Article from the National Association of School Psychologists
We urge parents to take a few moments to read this helpful information from the National Association of School Psychologists (www.nasponline.org), to learn what you can do to help your child(ren) understand and cope during the current COVID-19 health emergency.

You can access the article by using the camera function on your smartphone to scan the QR code in the graphic above (instructions to use QR codes are here). Or, you can use this LINK to access the article.

If there is anything the school can do to help families, please call 414-525-6100 or email jdropik@ics-edu.org.
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