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The INDIGO Program:

Making Education a Community Passion

Limited 2009-2010 openings in parent participation program for families of K-7 students!

Open House and Enrollment Information

Open House Events: Thursday, January 15, 2009 9:00-10:30 a.m. Wednesday, February 4, 2009 9:00-10:30 a.m. Thursday, February 26, 2009 6:30-8:00 p.m.

We ask that you please make arrangements for childcare during these events.

Location: Enrollment & Programmatic Questions: Parent Contact: Website:

Frost Elementary School 530 Gettysburg Dr., San Jose CA 95123 Robert Topf, Principal Cheryl Snyder, Secretary (408) 225-1881 Haibing Shen (408) 363-2906

Families wishing to apply for this program must do so through the School of Choice process. Important School Choice Program deadlines: Feb 2 ­ March 31 School of Choice Transfer Requests Accepted June 1 ­ June 12 Families Notified of Status of School Choice Transfer Request The Indigo Program offers an educational choice for families who want an elementary and middle school setting with parent participation and multi-age interactions. Our commitment is to provide a safe, nurturing, and cooperative community where learning experiences meet children's diverse individual and collective needs. We seek to inspire and support students to reach their fullest potential as lifelong learners, leaders, and human beings.

Why Choose INDIGO?

Hands-on, theme-based instruction emphasizes learning through experience, based on Constructivist Model Integrated curriculum emphasizes academic, physical, emotional, & artistic growth Enrichment program includes field trips, science, music, gardening, art, cooking, and more Academic excellence aligned with State and District standards Half day or full day Kindergarten 6-7 grade middle school (The addition of 8th grade is planned for 2010-2011 school year) Experienced, credentialed teachers Low student / adult ratio Close-knit community with strong family commitment Parent participation requires three hours per week in the classroom and/or at home, serving on a program-related committee, and attending a monthly parent meeting Positive discipline approach fosters cooperation, community, mutual respect and problem solving.


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