5402 E. Osborn Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85018   MAP
Phone: 480-484-4900 | Fax: 480-484-4901
Office Hours: 7:00am - 3:00pm | School Hours: 7:45am - 2:20pm
Dr. Christopher Thuman, Principal | Erin Kadera, Assistant Principal
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School Information

SCHOOL INFORMATION

 

ingleside1.pngPrincipal: Dr. Christopher Thuman
Assistant Principal: Erin Kadera
Grades: 6-8
Colors: Royal Blue and White
Mascot: Trojan
Year Opened: 1956

Rebuilt: Fall 2013

 


 

Ingleside Middle School is a Title I school
Mrs. Barbara Toney
is our Title I intervention specialist. 
Learn more about Ingleside and Title I:

Title I schools are required to complete a School Continuous Improvement Plan (SCIP) every year.  Different areas of our school are evaluated with input from teachers, classified staff, parents, and community members.  Goals are based on data from the previous year and focus on Reading test scores, Math test scores, English Language Learner reclassification, and student attendance.  The final plan is uploaded to the Arizona Department of Education's website and is monitored during the course of the school year.  The goals and implementation steps are found in Section 5 of our planning worksheet.  This becomes our focus for the school year:

Title I Plan 2016-17 Section 5.pdf


MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of Ingleside is to create a challenging and rigorous learning environment that encourages responsibility and sets high expectations for student success in a competitive global society.

Our school promotes:

  • A safe, respectful, caring, and supportive environment
  • The celebration of diversity and individual learning
  • Self-esteem and resiliency
  • Positive relationships among students and staff
  • Sportsmanship and school spirit
  • Technology as a learning tool          

We take pride in the enthusiastic and dedicated involvement of our parents, teachers, and community in the life of our school. 


VISION STATEMENT
Ingleside Middle School's goal is to empower students with the skills necessary to become respectful, responsible, and resilient young adults who are prepared to meet the rigors of our ever-changing world.