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This Week at PLA@93: June 5th Family News
Have a great, safe and fun summer break!
This Week at PLA@93: May 29th Family News
Ringing in Summer Break! Last Day of School: June 6, 2023!
Save the Date! Last Day of School
Tuesday, June 6th is a half day, and the last day of school.
This Week at PLA@93: May 22nd Family News
Last Week of School - Keep Up The Hard Work!
This Week at PLA@93: May 15th Family News
It’s a new week PLA@93 Falcons! This is to remind all PreK, Kindergarten and 6th Grade parents that there is important information regarding graduation that has been sent home. Please be sure to go through all the information carefully. Stay updated with the latest campus news on how we end this year successfully! https://www.smore.com/wjxz5
Promotion Ceremony for Kindergarten and 6th Grade - June 1st & June 2nd
Get Ready for PLA@93 Promotion Ceremonies
Celebrating Teacher of the Year – Mrs. Allison Ayers
Congratulations, Mrs. Ayers!
Celebrating Support Staff of the Year – Ms. Ashley Williams
Congratulations, Ms. Williams!
This Week at PLA@93: May 8th Family News
Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week with Us!
Celebrating Principal Hendricks on Principal Appreciation Day!
Giving Thanks to a Leader We Love.
Teacher Appreciation Week 2023: How Sweet it is To Be Taught By You!
Teacher & Support Staff Appreciation Week is May 8th - May 12th this year and we are thrilled to celebrate and reward our staff this year with some sweet surprises!
Books, Bingo, and Family Fun - RSVP Today!
Join Us for Bingo for Books at PLA@93 on Thursday, May 11th from 4pm-6pm!
This Week at PLA@93: April 24th Family News
Stay healthy, stay happy!
This Week at PLA@93: April 17th Family News
I-Learn testing starts today! Make sure your scholar is well rested!
Prepare for I-LEARN: Rest, Nourish, Study
Maximize your Scholar's I-LEARN Potential.
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PLA @103 is an Innovation Network School. Innovation Network Schools are public schools enabled by Indiana state laws that allow school districts to convert, open new, or restart existing schools as new, autonomous schools with their own nonprofit boards. These schools combine the freedoms and flexibilities of successful autonomous schools with the financial support and services of a district school. Students and families can benefit from a more nimble education environment and school leadership can have the autonomy to make decisions that meet the unique needs of their community.