School Information

School Information

Student Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 3:20 p.m.

Office Hours: 7:15 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.

Student Handbook: 2017-18 Parent/Student Handbook

Location: Robey Elementary is located in the northwestern portion of Wayne Township in the town of Clermont on 30th Street with two playgrounds adjacent to an Indianapolis Parks recreation area. View Map

Grades Served: Kindergarten – 6th Grade

Staff: 45 teachers, home/school advisor, media specialist, physical education, art, music, and 6 paraprofessionals

Mascot: Robey Rocket

School Colors: Royal Blue and White

Mission: Robey Elementary, a team of staff, family, and community, provides all students with a safe, supportive setting, ensuring learning experiences for their academic, social and emotional growth.  With a focus on academic excellence, we challenge students to become responsible, motivated life-long learners.

Facility: Opened in 1956, the school has 38 classrooms, computer lab, media center, gym, art and music rooms, cafeteria, speech room, counseling office, and student support center. An automated library providing a free-flow, flexible schedule.  The school has undergone a complete renovation, which was completed in 1999.

Enrollment: As of 2017-18 – 730 students enrolled

MSD of Wayne Township K-8 Grading Scale

Grade Level Standards Scoring
Description of Achievement Level
 on the Applicable Standards
Exemplary 4 100 A+ The student demonstrates mastery at or above the 90% level on the appropriate state standards.  
93-99 A
90-92 A-
Proficient 3 87-89 B+ The student demonstrates mastery at or above the 80% level on the appropriate state standards.
83-86 B
80-82 B-
Progressing 2 77-79 C+ The student demonstrates mastery at or above the 70% level on the appropriate state standards.
73-76 C
70-72 C-
Not Yet Meeting Standard 1 Below 70 F* The grade of F indicates that the student did not demonstrate achievement at or above the 70% level on the appropriate state standards.

*Note: The grade of F will not be given for midterm reports. If a student’s performance indicates that the student does not yet demonstrate mastery at the 70% level on the appropriate state standards, a grade of I will be given. The grade of I means that specific “intervention” is planned to assist the student in meeting the standards by the end of the grading period. When the grade of I is given, the teacher will list the intervention(s) to be used on the midterm report.