PowerSchool is an electronic student database that allows parents and students to keep up with assignments, grades, attendance and the daily bulletin in one location. You can instantly send an email from PowerSchool to the teacher should you need to communicate with them.
If you have questions about PowerSchool, please contact the office.
- If you see an error, feel free to email the teacher about the issue, but please be patient. Grades may be in the process of being updated.
- Please correspond with teachers before contacting administration regarding grades.
- All attendance questions should be directed to Mrs. White.
Back to School Forms 2023-2024
Policies and Procedures 2023-2024
Please review the following policies and procedures PRIOR to completing the PARENT/GUARDIAN & STUDENT
Required Back to School Forms 2023-2024
After reviewing all of the policies and procedures posted above, please complete and return the form below
by Thursday, August 10 . Thank you!
Please complete and review the following additional forms as needed.
Free & Reduced Textbook Application 2023-2024
All verifications and applications must be on file at Signature School by Friday, September 8, 2023. Separate applications must be turned in to Signature School and other school districts. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. White.
Physical – Immunization Form 2023-2024
All students must be up-to-date with the immunization schedule prescribed by the health department. Click here for required immunizations.
A physical examination is suggested, but not required, for most students. However, if you wish to participate in golf or cross country/track, a Sports Physical is required.
Incoming Freshmen Summer Assignments
Summer Assignments for Rising Sophomores
Summer Assignments for Rising Juniors
Summer Assignments for Rising Seniors
Signature School provides services to students and families experiencing homelessness in accordance with the McKinney-Vento Act. The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act ensures immediate enrollment and educational stability for homeless students.
The McKinney-Vento Act defines homeless as: an individual who lacks a fixed, regular, adequate nighttime residence. Students living in motels/hotels, shelters, cars, abandoned buildings, on the streets, abandoned in hospitals etc., are considered homeless. However, the McKinney-Vento definition of homeless also includes:
(1) Children and youth who are: - sharing the housing of other persons due to loss of housing, economic hardship, or a similar reason (sometimes referred to as “doubled-up”)
(2) Students who move from place to place; sleeping on floors; couches; whatever and wherever space is available (“couch surfing”).
(3) Migratory children who qualify as homeless because they are living in circumstances described above
The McKinney-Vento Homeless Liaison for Signature School is:
- Homeless students' rights
- IDOE state coordinators’ contact information: Flora Jones, Director of Student Pathways & Opportunities and Charie Gibson, Homeless Education Specialist, 317-232-0957, McKinneyVentoPOC@doe.in.gov
- IDOE's McKinney-Vento: Homeless Children & Youth Program
- Indiana State Plan
- Federal Resources
- Indiana McKinney-Vento FAQs
- National Center for Homeless Education Brief