• School Menus


    Meals: Breakfast: students 75 cents, adults $1.50; lunch: elementary students $1.10, middle school students $1.25, adults $3.05 

    Offered daily: 1/2 pint milk with every meal; extra milk, 30 cents

  • ILHS to offer signing, biomed

    Indian Land High School teacher Dennis Bivins is excited about the new classes that will soon come into the fold. 

    Starting in the 2009-2010 school year, Indian Land will offer courses in American sign language, human body systems and principles of biomedical technology. 

  • Semester check: Looking back, looking forward

    It seems like this semester has gone by quickly, having to deal with all the work, classes and trying to maintain a social life. And a whole new semester with new classrooms, new teachers and maybe even making new friends is beginning.

  • Event focuses on local youth

    Did you know that since 2003, underage drinking in Lancaster County has decreased 29 percent and marijuana use is down 33 percent? 

    But during that same time, a study found that 22 percent of stores sold tobacco to underage customers. 

  • Souper Bowl of Caring kicking off at ILMS

    Indian Land Middle School is joining the Souper Bowl of Caring to help combat poverty and hunger in Lancaster County with a local food drive.

  • School Notes

     ILMS Dine-Out Night is Thursday

  • LIFT offers new program for struggling teens

    Learning Institute For Tomorrow

    LIFT, or Learning Institute For Tomorrow, is starting a new program for teens 13 to 17 struggling in school because of barriers to learning. 

    Classes will be offered to assist teens who are reading below grade level or having problems comprehending what they read as well as those who are having difficulty focusing and those feeling angry, frustrated or left behind.

  • School Notes

    No school on Jan. 16, Jan. 19

    There will be no classes in Lancaster County public schools, including Indian Land, on Jan. 16 and Jan. 19. There will be a half-day on Jan. 15; elementary students will be dismissed at 10:30 a.m., middle at 11:30 a.m. and high at 11:35 a.m.

    ILMS Dine-Out Night Jan. 22

  • School leaders discuss goals, challenges of ’09

    Lancaster County School District Superintendent Dr. Gene Moore said budget issues will be his biggest concern in 2009. 

    As the district deals with another state funding cut – this one for $2.4 million – officials are exploring ways to save money. Moore said the district is dipping into special revenues, such as equity and savings, to make up for the shortfall in what was originally a $78 million budget.

  • Indian Land Elementary Honor Rolls

    The following Indian Land Elementary School students made the honor rolls for the second six weeks’ grading period:

    Third grade

    All A’s