Resources

  • Acuity Testing Website-can be used to have lesson assigned by teachers in helping students meet the Indiana Academic Standards. Requires a username and password which can be obtained from your school.
  • Harmony-view, print, or download students lunch balances, grades, discipline notice. Requires a username and password for each child in the district that can be obtained by emailing harmony@swest.k12.in.us or calling your school.
  • Indiana’s Academic Standards–view, print, or download Indiana’s Academic Standards, and their accompanying resources, the online tools for teachers to use in aligning classroom instruction and assessment to the standards
  • Indiana Accountability System for Academic Progress (IDOE)–official IDOE website for Academic Standards, Accountability, Accreditation, Best Practice, Professional Development, School Data, School Improvement Plan, State Profile
  • Indiana State Teachers’ Retirement Fund–answers to teachers’ questions about retirement benefits, current investment options for retirement, and an easy link to TRF’s knowledgeable staff
  • Rose-Hulman Homework Hotline–FREE math and science homework help to Indiana students in grades 6-12. Students may call the Homework Hotline from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time) toll free at 1-877-ASK-ROSE

Indiana Cultural Institutions

  • Children’s Museum of Indianapolis–the world’s largest children’s museum, offers nontraditional learning opportunities for children and their families
  • Terre Haute Children’s Museum – The Terre Haute Children’s Museum is located on the corner of 8th and Wabash in downtown Terre Haute. The Museum is open Tuesday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. For more information, call (812) 235-5548 or log on to www.thchildrensmuseum.com. More information can also be found on the Museum’s Facebook page, www.facebook.com/terrehautechildrensmuseum
  • Eiteljorg Museum of Native American and Western Art–a unique museum of Native American and Western art, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Indiana Historical Society–collects, preserves, researches, and interprets the unique heritage of Indiana, 450 West Ohio St., Indianapolis
  • Indiana Department of Natural Resources–information on natural, cultural, and recreational resources including state parks in Indiana
  • Indianapolis Museum of Art–1200 West 38th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, the nation’s seventh-largest general art museum, features African, American, Asian, contemporary and European art in four pavilions, with a theater, restaurant, shops, and gardens on 152-acres
  • Indianapolis Zoo–West Washington St., downtown Indianapolis, approximately 65 acres devoted to plants and animals of the world plus the new White River Gardens
  • Indiana State Museum–650 W. Washington St., Indianapolis,a world-class institution where Indiana residents and visitors can explore Indiana’s past, present and future through exhibits related to the state’s arts, culture, and natural science

Sullivan County Public Library

Visit the Sullivan County Public Library website.

Library Resources:

  • Fax and copy machines
  • Computer/Internet access
  • Reference and Large print books
  • Periodicals and newspapers
  • Adult and juvenile fiction and nonfiction
  • Christian fiction and movies
  • Book drop receptacle
  • Interlibrary loan
  • DVD collection
  • Audio CD’s and Playaways
  • Music CD’s
  • Downloadable Recorded Books
  • Laptops available for in-house use
  • Wireless Internet available
  • Children’s room located on lower level
  • Story time and after school crafts
  • Seasonal activities and programs
  • Genealogy Department
  • Annex can be used by the public for meetings of not-for-profit groups up to 30
  • Drop off site for recycling eyeglasses (sponsored by Lions Club)
  • Drop off site for recycling household batteries