Welcome to Sunman Elementary School!

Smart Snack Basic Information

From the Sunman Dearborn Food & Nutrition website:

All snacks provided to students during the school day, including birthday treats and classroom parties, must meet the Smart Snack Standards set by the USDA.  Smart Snacks can be purchased from the cafeteria or grocery store.

**********THIS WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2018**********

Snacks not on the approved list will not be permitted .

These are available links on that webpage:  

Please note, parent provided daily snacks, for your individual student, do not need to meet the Smart Snack Standards.  Also, the approved Smart Snack List is a guide for parents to purchase treats at a local grocery store. For a list of treats that can be purchased through the school cafeteria, please see the Birthday and Classroom Party Treat Order Form above.

For question on the Smart Snack Guidelines, please contact Cheryl Erhart, Director of Food and Nutrition Services, at 812-623-2291 ext. 13809 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
or go to the Corporation Food and Nutrition Page of our Website.

School Supply List for 2018/2019

KINDERGARTEN

Regular Size Schoolbag (must be able to fit a 9x12 folder)   (No Suitcases on wheels)
2 large pink erasers
1 8ct box Crayola Twistable Crayons
4 solid, large glue sticks
3 large boxes of Kleenex
2 containers of Clorox Wipes
Headset for the computer lab and music (NO EARBUDS)
2 skinny, black Dry Erase markers
2 TICONDEROGA beginner (fat) pencil w/eraser
Boys: 1 (8 pack) SKINNY washable markers
Girls: 1 (8 pack) FAT washable markers
1 Pack (Ticonderoga) larger pencils
MUSIC: 1 pocket folder (design of choice)
ART: old oversized T-shirt w/child’s name on FRONT          
PE: Tennis Shoes (heels & toes covered-NO WHEELS)

GRADE 1

2 boxes of Crayons (24 count)
8 glue sticks
Fiskars Scissors
2 Pink Erasers or 1 pkg of pencil top erasers
2 Large Boxes of Kleenex
50 yellow #2 TICONDEROGA pencils, sharpened
4 chisel-tipped dry erase markers, large, any colors
Plastic School Box (5 x 8)
Backpack or School Bag (No Suitcases on wheels)
1 container of Clorox wipes or Wet Wipes
1 box slider/easy-open bags, snack OR quart size
1 (2 pocket) folder (NO PRONGS)
1 (2-inch) binder
2 Highlighters
Pair of ear buds or headset for computer lab and music
MUSIC: 1 pocket folder (design of choice)
ART: old oversized T-shirt w/child’s name on FRONT
         1 box of crayons (24 count)
PE: Tennis Shoes (heels & toes covered-NO WHEELS)

 GRADE 2

10 Glue Sticks
1 bottle Elmer’s School Glue
Fiskars Scissors (pointed)
3 Pink Erasers
Crayons (Box of 24) (no markers, gel pens or ink pens)
3 Pkgs of 12 (#2) yellow pencils (TICONDEROGA) (sharpened)
1 pk Pencil top erasers
1 Pencil bag
1 Plastic school box (5” x 8”)
Backpack or School Bag (No Suitcases on wheels)
NO TRAPPER KEEPERS
2 Lg. Boxes of Kleenex
2 Single-Subject, wide-ruled, spiral-bound notebooks
3 plastic pocket folders (no prongs)
1 container Clorox wipes
1 yellow highlighter
1 pkg dry erase markers
1 Black Sharpie (fine point)
1 box of colored pencils
Pair of small headphones for computer lab and music
MUSIC: 1 pocket folder (design of choice)
ART: old oversized T-shirt w/child’s name on FRONT
         Bottle of Glue
PE: Tennis Shoes (heels & toes covered-NO WHEELS)

GRADE 3
1 glue stick
2 packs of #2 yellow pencils (TICONDEROGA)
3 Boxes of Kleenex
1 pkg Loose Leaf Wide-Rule Note Book Paper
1 wide-ruled, spiral-bound notebook
1 Box Colored Pencils
1 Box Crayons
Pencil Bag, (NO SCHOOL BOX)
Scissors – pointed (Fiskars)
2 Pink Erasers
3 (2 Pocket) folders with prongs
1 Black Sharpie Permanent Marker
Back Pack or School Bag (No Suitcases on wheels)

NO TRAPPER KEEPERS

2 Yellow Highlighters
1 container of Clorox Wipes
1 Black Dry Erase Marker (Expo-wide point)
Pair of ear buds for computer lab and music
Multiplication Flash Cards
ART: old oversized T-shirt w/child’s name on FRONT
         1 Sharpie marker – FINE POINT
         1 Sharpie marker – EXTRA FINE POINT
     (Double ended tip sharpies work really well)
         1 Folder w/ 3 ring insert & pockets
MUSIC: 1 pocket folder (design of choice)
PE: Tennis Shoes (heels & toes covered-NO WHEELS)
        2 - #2 pencils

GRADE 4

2 Packages of #2 yellow pencils (TICONDEROGA)
1 Erasable Red Pencil
Colored pencils (12 count)
Scissors
4 glue sticks
1 black Sharpies
2 thick black dry erase markers
2 Pink Erasers
3 Boxes of Kleenex
(1) 1” – 3 ring notebook binders with view cover
5 Highlighters (different colors)
Backpack or School Bag (No Suitcases on wheels)

NO TRAPPER KEEPERS, NO SPIRAL NOTEBOOKS

2 pkgs Loose-leaf Notebook Paper
1 pkg subject/tabbed dividers 3-hole punched (min of 8)
5 (2 pocket) plastic folders, assorted colors
2 composition books (Mead wide ruled 100 sheet/200 pages)
3 pkgs Index Cards
1 container of Clorox Wipes
1 box Sandwich Bags
Large Pencil Bag (no boxes)
Pair of ear buds for Chromebooks and music
ART: old oversized T-shirt w/child’s name on FRONT
         1 Sharpie marker – FINE POINT
         1 Sharpie marker – EXTRA FINE POINT
     (Double ended tip sharpies work really well)
       1 Folder w/ 3 ring insert & pockets
MUSIC: 1 pocket folder (design of choice)
PE: Tennis Shoes (heels & toes covered-NO WHEELS)
         1 container of Clorox Wipes

GRADE 5

Book bag
Pencil bag
Accordion File w/ 7 Subjects
#2 yellow pencils (TICONDEROGA)
Erasers
Colored pencils
Crayons (box of 24)
4 dry erase chisel tip markers (any color)
Ruler (inches and centimeters)
Scissors
8 glue sticks
3 pack of scotch tape
Notebook paper (2 loose-leaf, wide-ruled)
3 composition books (Mead wide ruled 100 sheet/200 pages)  
Calculator (inexpensive)
2 red pens
Hi-liters
Markers
1 Permanent Black Marker – FINE POINT
2 boxes of tissues
Clorox wipes
Ear buds for Chromebook & Music
PLEASE *NO Trapper Keepers
             * NO spiral notebooks
ART: old oversized T-shirt w/child’s name on FRONT
         1 Sharpie marker – FINE POINT
         1 Sharpie marker – EXTRA FINE POINT
       (Double ended tip sharpies work really well)
       1 Folder w/ 3 ring insert & pockets
MUSIC: bring your recorders at the beginning of school year
          (if new to SES, a recorder will be provided)
             1 pocket folder (design of choice)
PE: Tennis Shoes (heels & toes covered-NO WHEELS)
       Deodorant to keep in their lockers!

New Student Enrollment

2018 Enrollment Form  Enrollment Sunman Elementary

For your convenience, you may print off at home and bring to New Student Registration Day.  (July 30)

For less waiting time, please call for an appointment.  812-623-2235, ext 15903.  Our office is closed until July 23.

Kindergarten Registration & Back to School info

Free Kindergarten Clip Art Pictures - Clipartix


WE ARE STILL REGISTERING KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS FOR THE 2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR.  CALL NOW FOR MORE INFORMATION!  Call 812-623-2235, ext 15903.  Our office will be open through June 12, 7 AM-3:30 PM.  
  • Students need to be 5 by August 1, 2018. 
  • We will need to see your child's county-issued Birth Certificate along with his/her current immunization record.    If you do not have either of these documents at this time, we would still like to begin the preregistration so we can plan for the upcoming school year.  We will need these by the first day of school.  These documents may also be brought in during Book Days in August.  Birth Certificates can be obtained from the courthouse in the county where your child was born.  Call the courthouse for information on how to obtain a copy!
  • Pre-registration forms are available on our website. (See ESSENTIALS, THEN FORMS)
  • There is only ONE form to complete at this time.  In July, parents will recieve information on how to set up a parent portal through Power School.  At that time, you will complete the registration through the parent portal, providing emergency contact numbers, health concerns and allergies, and sign-off on various permissions and parent forms for the school year.

2018-2019 School Year
:

 Here is the link for next year's calendar.  You can refer to it or print it off for your convenience.
  •                                                                   http://ses.sunmandearborn.k12.in.us/essentials/2018-19-yearly-school-calendar/file


    New Student Registration Day:  Monday, July 30.  Please call for an appointment! 812-623-2235.
  • Please allow about an hour for your appointment.
  • Please bring as many as these documents as possible: 
  •       Birth Certificate, immunization record, custody paperwork, report card from previous schools, IEP, if applicable.
  •       ***Please do not stay away because you do not have all these items.  We want to get you started!  

    Book Days: August 1 & 2 (11-6);  August 3: 8-3

    Open House: 
    Tuesday evening, August 7 from 4:30-6:00 PM.   
    KONA Ice available for purchase for an August, back-to-school treat!        
      First Day of School:  August 8, 2018
  • For your child's safety, students may not be dropped off prior to 7:40 AM. 
  • All morning car-riders should arrive by 8 AM to ensure getting to class on time. 
  • Morning car-riders wishing to eat breakfast at school should arrive by 7:45 AM.
 

    • June Office Hours:  7 am-3:30 pm through June 12
    • Office reopens July 23, 2018
    • New Student Registration Day:  Monday, July 30 (see note above!)
    • Our Nurses recommend that your child keeps Chapstick in his/her Back pack.
    • Our playground is often chilly! Students are encouraged to keep a light jacket or sweatshirt in their lockers/cubbies. (Put names at the neckline, please!) 
    • Clinic needs: unisex sweat pants in elementary sizes only.  (black, gray, navy). 
      • Other clothing will NOT be accepted.
    • We are also in need of Hand Sanitizer (unscented only).  Turn in to the office.  Thank you!
    • Please call the office by 8:30 when your child is absent.  Teachers are notified of homework requests and messages from parents around 8:30 each morning.
Please take the time to check out our new website at www.sunmantigerpaws.com
  • Would you like to recieve timely information from PAWS, our parent group?  Email them at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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  • From the Sunman Dearborn Food & Nutrition website:

    All snacks provided to students during the school day, including birthday treats and classroom parties, must meet the Smart Snack Standards set by the USDA.  Smart Snacks can be purchased from the cafeteria or grocery store.

    **********THIS WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2018**********

    Snacks not on the approved list will not be permitted .

    These are available links on that webpage:  

    Please note, parent provided daily snacks, for your individual student, do not need to meet the Smart Snack Standards.  Also, the approved Smart Snack List is a guide for parents to purchase treats at a local grocery store. For a list of treats that can be purchased through the school cafeteria, please see the Birthday and Classroom Party Treat Order Form above.

    For question on the Smart Snack Guidelines, please contact Cheryl Erhart, Director of Food and Nutrition Services, at 812-623-2291 ext. 13809 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    or go to the Corporation Food and Nutrition Page of our Website.
  • KINDERGARTEN

    Regular Size Schoolbag (must be able to fit a 9x12 folder)   (No Suitcases on wheels)
    2 large pink erasers
    1 8ct box Crayola Twistable Crayons
    4 solid, large glue sticks
    3 large boxes of Kleenex
    2 containers of Clorox Wipes
    Headset for the computer lab and music (NO EARBUDS)
    2 skinny, black Dry Erase markers
    2 TICONDEROGA beginner (fat) pencil w/eraser
    Boys: 1 (8 pack) SKINNY washable markers
    Girls: 1 (8 pack) FAT washable markers
    1 Pack (Ticonderoga) larger pencils
    MUSIC: 1 pocket folder (design of choice)
    ART: old oversized T-shirt w/child’s name on FRONT          
    PE: Tennis Shoes (heels & toes covered-NO WHEELS)

    GRADE 1

    2 boxes of Crayons (24 count)
    8 glue sticks
    Fiskars Scissors
    2 Pink Erasers or 1 pkg of pencil top erasers
    2 Large Boxes of Kleenex
    50 yellow #2 TICONDEROGA pencils, sharpened
    4 chisel-tipped dry erase markers, large, any colors
    Plastic School Box (5 x 8)
    Backpack or School Bag (No Suitcases on wheels)
    1 container of Clorox wipes or Wet Wipes
    1 box slider/easy-open bags, snack OR quart size
    1 (2 pocket) folder (NO PRONGS)
    1 (2-inch) binder
    2 Highlighters
    Pair of ear buds or headset for computer lab and music
    MUSIC: 1 pocket folder (design of choice)
    ART: old oversized T-shirt w/child’s name on FRONT
             1 box of crayons (24 count)
    PE: Tennis Shoes (heels & toes covered-NO WHEELS)

     GRADE 2

    10 Glue Sticks
    1 bottle Elmer’s School Glue
    Fiskars Scissors (pointed)
    3 Pink Erasers
    Crayons (Box of 24) (no markers, gel pens or ink pens)
    3 Pkgs of 12 (#2) yellow pencils (TICONDEROGA) (sharpened)
    1 pk Pencil top erasers
    1 Pencil bag
    1 Plastic school box (5” x 8”)
    Backpack or School Bag (No Suitcases on wheels)
    NO TRAPPER KEEPERS
    2 Lg. Boxes of Kleenex
    2 Single-Subject, wide-ruled, spiral-bound notebooks
    3 plastic pocket folders (no prongs)
    1 container Clorox wipes
    1 yellow highlighter
    1 pkg dry erase markers
    1 Black Sharpie (fine point)
    1 box of colored pencils
    Pair of small headphones for computer lab and music
    MUSIC: 1 pocket folder (design of choice)
    ART: old oversized T-shirt w/child’s name on FRONT
             Bottle of Glue
    PE: Tennis Shoes (heels & toes covered-NO WHEELS)

    GRADE 3
    1 glue stick
    2 packs of #2 yellow pencils (TICONDEROGA)
    3 Boxes of Kleenex
    1 pkg Loose Leaf Wide-Rule Note Book Paper
    1 wide-ruled, spiral-bound notebook
    1 Box Colored Pencils
    1 Box Crayons
    Pencil Bag, (NO SCHOOL BOX)
    Scissors – pointed (Fiskars)
    2 Pink Erasers
    3 (2 Pocket) folders with prongs
    1 Black Sharpie Permanent Marker
    Back Pack or School Bag (No Suitcases on wheels)

    NO TRAPPER KEEPERS

    2 Yellow Highlighters
    1 container of Clorox Wipes
    1 Black Dry Erase Marker (Expo-wide point)
    Pair of ear buds for computer lab and music
    Multiplication Flash Cards
    ART: old oversized T-shirt w/child’s name on FRONT
             1 Sharpie marker – FINE POINT
             1 Sharpie marker – EXTRA FINE POINT
         (Double ended tip sharpies work really well)
             1 Folder w/ 3 ring insert & pockets
    MUSIC: 1 pocket folder (design of choice)
    PE: Tennis Shoes (heels & toes covered-NO WHEELS)
            2 - #2 pencils

    GRADE 4

    2 Packages of #2 yellow pencils (TICONDEROGA)
    1 Erasable Red Pencil
    Colored pencils (12 count)
    Scissors
    4 glue sticks
    1 black Sharpies
    2 thick black dry erase markers
    2 Pink Erasers
    3 Boxes of Kleenex
    (1) 1” – 3 ring notebook binders with view cover
    5 Highlighters (different colors)
    Backpack or School Bag (No Suitcases on wheels)

    NO TRAPPER KEEPERS, NO SPIRAL NOTEBOOKS

    2 pkgs Loose-leaf Notebook Paper
    1 pkg subject/tabbed dividers 3-hole punched (min of 8)
    5 (2 pocket) plastic folders, assorted colors
    2 composition books (Mead wide ruled 100 sheet/200 pages)
    3 pkgs Index Cards
    1 container of Clorox Wipes
    1 box Sandwich Bags
    Large Pencil Bag (no boxes)
    Pair of ear buds for Chromebooks and music
    ART: old oversized T-shirt w/child’s name on FRONT
             1 Sharpie marker – FINE POINT
             1 Sharpie marker – EXTRA FINE POINT
         (Double ended tip sharpies work really well)
           1 Folder w/ 3 ring insert & pockets
    MUSIC: 1 pocket folder (design of choice)
    PE: Tennis Shoes (heels & toes covered-NO WHEELS)
             1 container of Clorox Wipes

    GRADE 5

    Book bag
    Pencil bag
    Accordion File w/ 7 Subjects
    #2 yellow pencils (TICONDEROGA)
    Erasers
    Colored pencils
    Crayons (box of 24)
    4 dry erase chisel tip markers (any color)
    Ruler (inches and centimeters)
    Scissors
    8 glue sticks
    3 pack of scotch tape
    Notebook paper (2 loose-leaf, wide-ruled)
    3 composition books (Mead wide ruled 100 sheet/200 pages)  
    Calculator (inexpensive)
    2 red pens
    Hi-liters
    Markers
    1 Permanent Black Marker – FINE POINT
    2 boxes of tissues
    Clorox wipes
    Ear buds for Chromebook & Music
    PLEASE *NO Trapper Keepers
                 * NO spiral notebooks
    ART: old oversized T-shirt w/child’s name on FRONT
             1 Sharpie marker – FINE POINT
             1 Sharpie marker – EXTRA FINE POINT
           (Double ended tip sharpies work really well)
           1 Folder w/ 3 ring insert & pockets
    MUSIC: bring your recorders at the beginning of school year
              (if new to SES, a recorder will be provided)
                 1 pocket folder (design of choice)
    PE: Tennis Shoes (heels & toes covered-NO WHEELS)
           Deodorant to keep in their lockers!
  • 2018 Enrollment Form  Enrollment Sunman Elementary

    For your convenience, you may print off at home and bring to New Student Registration Day.  (July 30)

    For less waiting time, please call for an appointment.  812-623-2235, ext 15903.  Our office is closed until July 23.
  • Free Kindergarten Clip Art Pictures - Clipartix


    WE ARE STILL REGISTERING KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS FOR THE 2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR.  CALL NOW FOR MORE INFORMATION!  Call 812-623-2235, ext 15903.  Our office will be open through June 12, 7 AM-3:30 PM.  
    • Students need to be 5 by August 1, 2018. 
    • We will need to see your child's county-issued Birth Certificate along with his/her current immunization record.    If you do not have either of these documents at this time, we would still like to begin the preregistration so we can plan for the upcoming school year.  We will need these by the first day of school.  These documents may also be brought in during Book Days in August.  Birth Certificates can be obtained from the courthouse in the county where your child was born.  Call the courthouse for information on how to obtain a copy!
    • Pre-registration forms are available on our website. (See ESSENTIALS, THEN FORMS)
    • There is only ONE form to complete at this time.  In July, parents will recieve information on how to set up a parent portal through Power School.  At that time, you will complete the registration through the parent portal, providing emergency contact numbers, health concerns and allergies, and sign-off on various permissions and parent forms for the school year.

    2018-2019 School Year
    :

     Here is the link for next year's calendar.  You can refer to it or print it off for your convenience.
    •                                                                   http://ses.sunmandearborn.k12.in.us/essentials/2018-19-yearly-school-calendar/file


      New Student Registration Day:  Monday, July 30.  Please call for an appointment! 812-623-2235.
    • Please allow about an hour for your appointment.
    • Please bring as many as these documents as possible: 
    •       Birth Certificate, immunization record, custody paperwork, report card from previous schools, IEP, if applicable.
    •       ***Please do not stay away because you do not have all these items.  We want to get you started!  

      Book Days: August 1 & 2 (11-6);  August 3: 8-3

      Open House: 
      Tuesday evening, August 7 from 4:30-6:00 PM.   
      KONA Ice available for purchase for an August, back-to-school treat!        
          First Day of School:  August 8, 2018
    • For your child's safety, students may not be dropped off prior to 7:40 AM. 
    • All morning car-riders should arrive by 8 AM to ensure getting to class on time. 
    • Morning car-riders wishing to eat breakfast at school should arrive by 7:45 AM.
     

      • June Office Hours:  7 am-3:30 pm through June 12
      • Office reopens July 23, 2018
      • New Student Registration Day:  Monday, July 30 (see note above!)
      • Our Nurses recommend that your child keeps Chapstick in his/her Back pack.
      • Our playground is often chilly! Students are encouraged to keep a light jacket or sweatshirt in their lockers/cubbies. (Put names at the neckline, please!) 
      • Clinic needs: unisex sweat pants in elementary sizes only.  (black, gray, navy). 
        • Other clothing will NOT be accepted.
      • We are also in need of Hand Sanitizer (unscented only).  Turn in to the office.  Thank you!
      • Please call the office by 8:30 when your child is absent.  Teachers are notified of homework requests and messages from parents around 8:30 each morning.
    Please take the time to check out our new website at www.sunmantigerpaws.com
    • Would you like to recieve timely information from PAWS, our parent group?  Email them at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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Congratulations!

Sunman-Dearborn School Corporation has achieved International Accreditation from NCA-CASI through our work with this organization.  Thanks to our parents, students, staff and other stakeholders for their input in this achievement!
 
    • Admin. Office

      Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools
      1 Trojan Place, Suite B
      St. Leon, IN 47012

      Tel: 812-623-2291
      Fax: 812-623-3341
      Dr. Andrew Jackson, Supt.

      High School

      East Central High School
      1 Trojan Place, Suite A
      St. Leon, IN 47012

      Tel: 812-576-4811
      Fax: 812-576-2047
      Kim Simonson, Principal

      Middle School

      Sunman-Dearborn Middle School
      8356 Schuman Road
      St. Leon, IN 47012

      Tel: 812-576-3500
      Fax: 812-576-3506
      Matt Maple, Principal

    • Elementary Schools

      Bright Elementary
      22593 Stateline Road
      Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

      Tel: 812-637-4600
      Fax: 812-637-4606
      Norbert Goessling, Principal

      North Dearborn Elementary
      27650 Sawmill Road
      West Harrison, IN 47060

      Tel: 812-576-1900
      Fax: 812-576-1901
      Jeff Bond, Principal

      Sunman Elementary
      925 North Meridian St.
      Sunman, IN  47041

      Tel: 812-623-2235
      Toll Free:  888-645-5717
      Fax:  812-623-4330
      Pamela Chambers, Principal

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