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Indian Creek . . .

... is a Title I school

... follows an Improvement Plan

... uses the county's Safety Plan

... utilizes the county's strategic plan

... is award-winning

From the Principal

Indian Creek Middle School was established in 1997 as a part of the Newton County School System. ICMS is located in the city of Covington, Georgia, an eastern metropolitan area of Atlanta. The faculty and staff at Indian Creek Middle School dedicates itself to the success of all students. As we bridge the gap between elementary and high school, we have the important task of keeping each student academically successful. We will not forget that the school belongs to our community and its citizens. Therefore, we want all our parents and students to feel ownership. It is our pledge to you that we will emphasize academics, safety, and moral character. We need every home in the community to join with us in this endeavor!

Enjoy your visit to our web page and return often.

In the News

Welcome Mr. Dastous


Mr. Dastous has a Bachelor’s degree in Business from Western International University, a M.Ed. in Instructional Technology and Design from American Intercontinental University, completed his leadership coursework at Mercer University, and is ABD in Instructional Technology and Distance Education from Nova Southeastern University. He is nationally known in the area of classroom use of technology and has authored a book entitled, "Making Best Use of the Internet in Your Social Studies Classroom" which is out of print. He has received various national awards throughout his career including the STARS Award from Classroom Connect and the National Council for Geographic Education's Distinguished Teacher Award. He is an advocate for all students and believes our task as educators is to produce life-long, self-sustaining learners who have a marketable skill when they leave high school.



Summer Reading


On average, students lose up to 2 month of reading skills over the summer. NCSS wants to stop that! Newton County Schools has a summer reading program. Please click here to learn more about the summer reading program. Books listed are SUGGESTIONS, not required - students may read any age-appropriate book for the assignment. 

We're Reading!

Newton County is reading, and so are we! Learn more about the NCSS Reading Campaign here. At Indian Creek, we're recognizing and celebrating our reading success with badges. As students read, they earn badges for their reading. Reading success is different for all students, and our badges are designed to recognize the power of reading, especially pleasure reading. As we roll out our badge program, be sure to ask your child what badge he or she is working towards! See our badges and learn more here.

Microsoft Office for Students

Using the Email/Office 365 link at the top of the page, all students and staff have online access to Office Products (Word, PowerPoint, Excel). Simply login with a county assigned email address. Student email addresses are the NCSS username (last name, first initial, middle initial, MMDD of birth) (ex: Passwords are whatever the student has set his/her password to be. Want more? Students can download Microsoft Office onto their computers, phones, and tablets for FREE. 5 free downloads per student. Click here for instructions. 

Congratulations to Deborah Peterson, Science - our 2018 Teacher of the Year!


Congratulations to Tracy Overby, Head Custodian - winner of the Newton County Trailblazer Award!


Upcoming Events

Title I Literacy Night
October 2, 2018 6:00PM
Picture Day
October 5, 2018 9:00AM
Fall Break - No School
October 8, 2018 9:00AM
Report Your Badge!Get your reading success recognized - report your earned badge here!

Box Tops for Education


ICMS collects Box Tops - please send any you collect to the Front Office.