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Indian Hill Foundation

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The Indian Hill Foundation puts our community's philanthropy to work innovating, accelerating and enriching what is happening in our classrooms and strengthening the connections between the district and the community. The Foundation achieves its purpose with the help of Alumni, Parents and the Community.

 
We have the opportunity to ask "What if?"  "What's possible?"   "What's next?" for our district and the mission to fund the answers. 
Bold Philanthropy for Brave Possibilities

News

  • It's a go! Board of Ed approves Home of the Braves!

    Home of the Braves propelled by the power of philanthropy!
     
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  • PS teachers energized by Columbia Workshop training

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    How you help a program go from “pilot” to implementation…

    Thanks to your support, the Foundation was able to team up with the Primary School last school year to test the training from Columbia University Reading and Writing Workshop for PS staff to enhance their literacy instruction.  Jim Nichols, PS Principal states, “After receiving such positive feedback from staff, the district has maintained this high quality professional development in the 2018-19 school year.”  You helped innovative teacher development become a regular part of the district plan by giving it a chance to be tested.  That is bold philanthropy in action.

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  • Dorothy Koch Foundation gift turns Bold Philanthropy into Brave Possibilities with new iLab at the Elementary School

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    Be Bold: Indian Hill Elementary School iLab

    “Do something bold.”

    Simple yet powerful – that was the singular request one Cincinnati family with a deep commitment to public education made of Indian Hill School District educators. The result of their collaboration is a new science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) iLab that will transform curriculum for Indian Hill Elementary School students.
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