Admissions policies for Legacy Learning Center include adherence to the following criteria:
An applicant for the 3 year old Pre-K program must be three years old, an applicant for the 4 year old Pre-K program must be four years old, and an applicant for Kindergarten must be five years old by August first of the school year.
For grades 1-8, the applicant will be scheduled for a “placement test" and/or achievement testing to assess the student's educational needs in relation to the anticipated grade level enrollment. Incoming freshmen are asked to take a Math, English, and Science placement test. The grade placement for all students is assumed to be in accordance with previous fully completed grade level course work. However, should previous testing, teacher checks, or other school records indicate a question of placement, the Case Conference Committee and the family will discuss and agree on the final placement and the possible inclusion of additional services according to the needs of the student. Please note that LLC is not equipped to meet all special educational needs.
Indiana state law requires immunization records to be provided to the school. LLC requires immunization records to be submitted with the application, if not provided, then the school will obtain immunization records from the child's previous school.
Interview for Admission
An interview with the principal and an admissions committee representative is a necessary part of the admissions process for (grades 5–12). The principal and an admission committee representative will address academic requirements during the interview. The admission interviews are normally 20-30 minutes in length. The interview process helps assess the parents' motivation in seeking the student's enrollment at Legacy Learning Center, as well as the student's willingness to attend and adhere to the discipline policies. It is also designed to ascertain the likelihood that the school and family can cooperate on the spiritual, philosophical, and academic issues involved in the education of their child. The parents must endorse the enrollment contract which includes general purposes and policies of the school.
Acceptance to the school is based on the compatibility of the family with the general mission and purpose of the school, the student's desire to attend the LLC, and the needs of the student along with the school's ability to meet those needs.
Legacy Learning Center does not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin, or disability. The center does, however, reserve the right to deny admission to any individual who cannot benefit from the experience based on past academic achievement and behavioral concerns.
New families applications for the upcoming school year are processed according to the date the application is received by the school’s administration (after the deadline for current family re-enrollment and new sibling application). The Administration reserves the right to accept later applications to accommodate other factors vital to overall school needs. The application fee is $150 for new applicants and $50 for re-enrollment. Application forms may be downloaded off of the website under the Admissions/Downloads tab or requested from the Admissions Office by calling (317-423-2866).
New applications should include copies of each student’s current report card, latest standardized test scores, and behavioral report, if any. Current family applications for future enrollments for Pre-K and Kindergarten students are accepted at any time as these classes fill up quickly. New Family applications for the coming school year can be submitted at any time during the school year prior to the requested year of enrollment. Transfer applications during the school year are accepted at any time; however, they will be processed based on space availability and completion and adherence to all application requirements.
Current Families Enrolling New Students
Current LLC families have the opportunity to apply for additional students from their family, before May 1, for priority enrollment. If you are a current family interested in enrolling a sibling for the first time, please come to the front desk to pick up a “An enrollment application" form. Return the completed form with an application fee of $150 for each student you wish to enroll.
It is the policy and commitment of Legacy Learning Center that it does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, or religion.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Legacy Learning Center is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity and does not discriminate in the terms, conditions, or privileges of employment on account of race, age, color, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, or religion or otherwise as may be prohibited by federal and state law.
Any employee, board member, volunteer or client who believes that s/he or any other affiliate of Legacy Learning Center has been discriminated against is strongly encouraged to report this concern promptly to the Executive Director.
Harassment or intimidation of a client, staff person or guest because of that person’s race, age, color, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, or religion is specifically prohibited and may be grounds for termination. Harassment and intimidation includes abusive, foul or threatening language or behavior. Legacy Learning Center is committed to maintaining a workplace that is free of any such harassment and will not tolerate discrimination against staff members, volunteers or agency clients.
Issues of discriminatory treatment, harassment, or intimidation on any of these bases should immediately be reported to the Executive Director or immediate supervisor and, if substantiated, prompt action will be taken.
To ensure the intellectual richness of research and education in our community, the Legacy Learning Center is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive learning environment and providing equal access to students with disabilities. As an educator, you are an important partner in this endeavor to provide reasonable accommodation in the classroom to students with disabilities. Reasonable accommodation in the classroom is a provision of federal and state laws
The goal of reasonable accommodations is to remove physical and instructional barriers to learning so that students with disabilities can compete on the basis of their academic abilities
Assisting Students with Disabilities
Include a statement on your syllabus asking students to provide you with their Accommodation Determination Letter to ensure that those needs are met in a timely manner
Sample Syllabus Statement
If you need any special accommodations, please provide your instructor with a copy of your Accommodation Determination Letter (provided to you by the Student Disability Services office) as soon as possible so that you may discuss with him/her how your accommodations may be implemented in this course.
Provide academic accommodations only after you have received a copy of the Accommodation Determination Letter and provide only those that are listed in the letter. If a student requests academic accommodations or provides you with disability documentation, but does not submit an Accommodation Determination Letter, or if a student requests academic accommodations that are not listed in the letter, refer that student to Student Disability Services. Occasionally, students with disabilities who are qualified for special support choose not to seek it; you are not responsible for accommodating a disability that the student does not declare or that you cannot verify.
You should meet with students requesting accommodation to discuss the best way to implement their accommodations. You and the student must agree on how to best use the accommodation under different circumstances. For example, how best to deal with in-class exercises for students who require extended examination time.
The outcome of this meeting should be documented in writing and kept for record.
Students’ privacy, including information about their disability, is protected Instructors should never discuss a student’s disability with anyone other than the student and staff involved in providing accommodations. Discuss with the students in your private meeting to determine how to handle certain classroom situations where their disability may be exposed.
Students with disabilities have met the same admission standards to be enrolled in courses as have other students in your class. Classroom accommodations provide an opportunity for them to compete on equal terms with other students in class. They should be held to the same academic standards as otherwise qualified students.
Some people may be uncomfortable when near a person with a physical disability. As the instructor of the course, you have the ethical responsibility to make sure everyone in class is being treated fairly and respectfully during class meetings.
The Board of School Trustees of Legacy Learning Center supports the health and well-being of the school corporation’s students by promoting nutrition and physical activity at all grade levels.
In accordance with federal law, it is the policy of the Board to provide students access to healthy foods and beverages; provide opportunities for developmentally appropriate physical activity; and require that all meals served by the school corporation meet or exceed the federal nutritional guidelines issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. A Coordinated School Health Advisory Council will be formed and maintained to oversee these activities.
The School Wellness Policy shall be made available to students and families by means of school registration, the student handbook and the corporation’s website.
The board will engage parents/guardians, food service professionals, teachers of physical education, students, school health care professionals, school board members, school administrators, and other interested community members in developing, implementing, monitoring and reviewing corporation-wide nutrition and physical activity policies. A Coordinated School Health Advisory Council will be formed and maintained at the corporation level to oversee the development, implementation and evaluation of the school corporation’s wellness policy.
Amir Zahed (Professor), Tiya Jackson (Nurse),
Wafa choka, Abdullah Mehamli, Waleed Abdelshafi
Ali Abdullah Graduated student
Rayan choukri Graduated student
Rayan Choukri (Profetional in P.E)
Mina Idrissi, Rawnak ali, Hanan Abosamn
Huma Soomro (Medical researcher)
Rashida Shabase (Nurse)
Amir Zahed (Professor)
Tiya Jackson (Nurse)
Hocine Debbah Food Service Director
Tewfik Choukri Dean of the School
Huma Soomro (Medical researcher)
Rashida Chabez (Registered School Nurse)
Other potential members of the Council include teachers, teaching assistants, SNAP-Ed educators, and community representatives such as recreation professionals, city planners, industry professionals and voluntary service workers.
Nutrition topics shall be integrated within the comprehensive health education curriculum and taught at every grade level (K-12) according to standards of the Indiana Department of Education. Schools will link nutrition education activities with existing coordinated school health programs or other comparable comprehensive school health promotion frameworks.
III. Standards for USDA Child Nutrition Programs and School Meals
The board will provide and promote the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs to ensure that all students have access to healthy foods to support healthier choices and promote optimal learning.
Fundraisers selling food items that do not meet the federal nutrition standards are limited to two such fundraisers per school building per year.
The board supports the health and well-being of students by promoting physical activity through physical education, recess and other physical activity breaks; before- and after-school activities; and walking and bicycling to school. Additionally, the board supports physical activity among elementary students by providing them with at least 30 of the recommended 60 minutes of physical activity per day.
The board supports the health and well-being of our students and staff by creating and promoting policy and environmental supports to provide physical activity and healthy eating opportunities.
Through implementation and enforcement of this policy, the corporation will create an environment that supports opportunities for physical activity and healthy eating behaviors. To ensure continuing progress, the corporation will evaluate implementation efforts and their impact on students and staff at least every three years. The board will notify the public of the results of the three-year assessment and evaluation.
The board designates the superintendent to ensure compliance with this policy and its administrative regulations. The superintendent is responsible for retaining all documentation of compliance with this policy and its regulations, including but not limited to each school’s three-year assessment and evaluation report and this wellness policy and plan. The superintendent will also be responsible for public notification of the three-year assessment and evaluation report, including any updates to this policy made as a result of the corporation’s three-year assessment and evaluation.
LEGAL REFERENCE: 42 U.S.C. 1758b
7 CFR Part 210
III. Nutrition promotion
VII. Evaluation of Wellness Policy