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Individuals or groups interested in having their flyer posted to this webpage should contact: Jane Johnson, Assistant to the Superintendent, at 873-2858, ext. 11910 or jajohnson@zcs.k12.in.us 


*Disclaimer of Endorsement for External Contributors’ Offerings: Board of School Trustees’ Policy 9700 allows the placement of external organizations’ announcements in this space.  Wording from this policy includes: “Permission to display information does not imply agreement with the content by the ZCS Leadership Team, Superintendent or Board of School Trustees.” The following announcements and offerings of external organizations are in no way endorsed by the Zionsville Community Schools.

Holiday Fun with Science

Girl Scouts welcomes kindergarten girls to join them for “Holiday Fun with Science” on Saturday, December 15th at the Zionsville Town Hall.  This is a fun way to explore Girl Scouts, and become a member!  We are currently forming new troops for kindergartners in Zionsville.  The event will begin at 10 am, and wrap up at noon.  Adults are asked to attend a meeting at 11:15 to discuss troop formation and learn about becoming a Girl Scout volunteer.  Registration for this event includes annual Girl Scout membership.  Please go to www.girlscoutsindiana.org/join and register for “Zionsville Daisy Fun with Science” when prompted to select a troop.  Questions may be directed to Amanda Smith, Recruitment Manager, at 317.924.6894 or asmith@girlscoutsindiana.org. 



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EGTI Visit Day – April 15, 2019 

“Erskine Green Training Institute (EGTI), founded by The Arc of Indiana Foundation, is the first of its kind postsecondary vocational training program in the country. Opened in 2016, EGTI provides training in hospitality, food service, healthcare, and inventory distribution. 


EGTI’s programming is designed for individuals whose academic, social, communication, and adaptive skills are affected due to a disability. Most applicants would have received special education services in the K-12 setting and exited their secondary school with a diploma, GED, or certificate of completion. 

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