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The Indian River Elementary PTA is a group of dedicated parents and teachers working together with a common purpose - to become a powerful voice for each student, to become a relevant source of information for parents, to enhance the relationship between the school and the community, and finally to be a strong advocate for the education and well-being of every child. Our PTA remains very proud of its commitment to our students, our school, and our community. If you are interested in joining the PTA, please contact the front office.
The Indian River Elementary School Advisory Council (SAC) consists of teachers, support personnel, parents, and community members that meet once a month. Fifty-one percent of the council must be parents and/or community members not employed by the district. This group helps determine and prioritize the needs of the school. They are involved in the School Improvement Plan and determining how the School improvement funds are spent. The members of SAC believe in shared decision making within the school and community in order to improve and support student learning. If you are interested in becoming a member, please fill out a form in the front office.
The EDEP offers fee-based after school programs at over 36 elementary schools in Volusia County. Program hours are immediately after school ends until 5:45 p.m.
The EDEP provides a safe environment for elementary school students to develop friendships and explore new hobbies and interests. More than 3,500 students participate in offerings such as homework monitoring, music, arts & crafts, computer skills, recreational activities and field trips. Check out information on before, after school and summer programs.
More information about the EDEP can be found via the Parent Handbook located on the Volusia county Schools website Extended Day Enrichment Program.
Ray Peacock 386-424-2650 ext. 35049
Parent/Guardians are to notify the office immediately of any change in address, telephone number or guardianship.
To change an address, you must furnish two forms of proper documentation of residency.
Proper documentation shall consist of:
1. The parent or guardian's valid Florida Identification card or driver's license;2. Current electric bill in the parent/guardian's name;3. Current non cellular telephone bill in the parent/guardian's name;4. A valid lease agreement with rent receipt or property deed with tax receipt showing homestead exemption; or5. Other valid documentation deemed acceptable under procedures established by the Superintendent/designee.
4. A valid lease agreement with rent receipt or property deed with tax receipt showing homestead exemption; or5. Other valid documentation deemed acceptable under procedures established by the Superintendent/designee.
* If the parent/guardian is living with someone else, therefore does not have documentation in their name (b,c or d above), use the Volusia School District "Residence Affidavit" accompanied by a valid Florida identification card or driver's license that matches the address listed on the affidavit.
In order for a student to receive medication during school hours a doctor must complete a Request for Medication Form and the medicine must be delivered to the school by a parent /guardian. Medication may only be administered by certified personnel, and will be kept locked in the clinic. Law forbids teachers to administer any type of medication, except when on a field trip. (VCSB Policy #211).
This link will direct you to the ParentPortal. Parents should use their assigned user id and password.
Code of Student Conduct & Discipline
Dress Code Policy
H1N1 School Action Plan
Parent Guide (Spanish)
School Emergency Guide for Parents
Virtual Instruction Policy
Virtual Instruction Policy (Spanish)Transportation Information
Free and Reduced Lunch