Thorntown Elementary School

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    • News

      Registration for the 2016-2017 School Year

      Current Families, emails will be sent later in the summer with instructions for completing registration. New Families, please contact the Administration Office at 765-482-6333 for enrolling new students. Or visit the Corporation website for more information.   Click here for the current Thorntown School Supply List.

      Congratulations to Assistant Principal Abbie Hayden! She was named District Five Assistant Principal of the Year by the Indiana Association of School Principals and is a finalist for the State award.  Click here for a link to The Lebanon Reporter article

      College 529 Savings Account Information.  Please click the image and watch the video below.


      Thorntown Elementary Receives an "A" for a fourth time!

      Western Boone County Community School Corporation is proud to have earned all A’s from the Indiana Department of Education for a fourth straight year! Granville Wells Elementary, Thorntown Elementary, and Western Boone Jr./Sr. High each earned an A for their academic performance for the 2011-2012, 2012-2013, 2013-2014, and 2014-2015 school years.

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      Thorntown Elementary Named National Blue Ribbon School!
      Very few schools are recognized with this honor at a state level let alone a national level. This is a special award not only for Thorntown Elementary School but for all of the Western Boone Schools! What a great place for students to learn! Read more...
    • Thorntown Elementary Mission Statement

      Thorntown Elementary School staff, parents, and community dedicate themselves to promoting and improving the education of children and youth. In addition, the school provides a safe climate favorable to positive educational growth. Educational experiences are flexible enough to enhance the personal and intellectual development of all students; as well as, to provide encouragement for students to become life-long learners.

      Western Boone Vision Statement

      We will be a progressive school community dedicated to excellence in education, holding high expectations for students and staff, and committing our resources and energies toward continuous improvement.
    • The following schedules are current for this school year. Please check the alternate schedule when we have a school delay. Thank You.

      School Day Schedule
      • School Begins 7:55 am
      • School Dismissed 2:40 pm
      • Doors will open at 7:40 am
      • First Bell 7:40 am
      • Tardy Bell 7:55 am

      Alternate Schedule
      (2 hr delay)
      • 9:55 am - 2:40 pm
      • Doors open at 9:40 am
      • Lunch Times
        • Preschool 10:30-10:50 am
        • Kindergarten 10:40-11:10 am
        • First Grade 10:55-11:25 am
        • Second Grade 11:10-11:40 am
        • Third Grade 11:35-12:05 noon
        • Fourth Grade 11:50-12:20 pm
        • Fifth Grade 12:05-12:35 pm
        • Sixth Grade 12:25-12:55 pm
    • Help Us Recycle and Earn Money! Paper Recycling Bin located in West Parking Lot.


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      • ADMIN Office

        Western Boone Community Schools
        1201 N. State Road 75
        Thorntown, IN 46071-9229

        Rob Ramey, Supt.
        Phone: 765-482-6333
        Fax: 765-482-0890

        Hours: 7:30AM-4PM, M-F

        Jr.-Sr. High School

        Western Boone Jr.-Sr. HS
        1205 North St. Rd. 75
        Thorntown, IN 46071

        Brent Miller, Principal
        Phone: 765-482-6143
        Fax: 765-482-6146
      • Elementaries

        Granville Wells Elementary
        5046 South St. Rd. 75
        Jamestown, IN 46147

        Susan Ottinger, Principal
        Phone: 765-485-6311
        Fax:  765-676-5012

        Thorntown Elementary
        200 W. Mill St.
        Thorntown, IN 46071

        Pam Taylor, Principal
        Phone: 765-485-2447
        Fax: 765-436-2630

        Mission Statement

        We are a partnership of school and community that serves diverse educational needs by providing a safe learning environment that is innovative, competitive, a builder of self-worth, inspiring and fun.
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