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Ingham Impact Podcast
Each year when students and school year-staff return, our buildings are re-energized to see student learning in action. This year, Ingham ISD also launches a strategic plan, which is a roadmap for the next three to five years. Thank you to our local districts, community members and staff who participated in this planning. We wanted to kick off the year with a fun and heartwarming video about our strategic plan that brings us right back to our focus ... students.  Enjoy! #inghamimpact
Hearts of Fun Playground
Heartwood School is launching a year-long campaign to raise funds and to build a fully accessible playground for students with disabilities. During non-school hours, the playground will be open and available for community use. Throughout the year, there will be many opportunities to participate in fun activities to raise funds. Heartwood Hearts of Fun Playground will be a designated charity option through United Way, and we will host our first big event on October 6, with a Golf Outing at El Dorado in Mason. We also plan to host a 5k Run, Walk and Roll in the spring. Visit our website for more information.
Looking for a Great Preschool
Many families worry about the start of school for their children.  Ingham ISD's online preschool application streamlines that process. Families can submit one application for multiple preschool options in the area, including The Great Start Readiness Program, Head Start and even some private preschools. Please share this information with those you know who may need a little assistance getting started.

Toys R' Us Early Childhood Essentials Drive
Many families in our service area have basic needs unmet. As we launch into another school year, we have teamed up with Toys R' Us and Babies R' Us for an Early Childhood Essentials drive to support our local families. This "Stuff a Bus" event continues through September 9, and items can be dropped off at the following locations: Harley Franks Early Childhood Center in Lansing, Ingham ISD in Mason, Toys R' Us in Okemos and Babies R' Us in Delta Township.

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