FLAT-ROCK HAWCREEK SCHOOL CORPORATION
Our Mission: The purpose of the Flat-Rock Hawcreek School Corporation is to provide learning experiences which help
children become self-sufficient contributing citizens.
Welcome to Hope, Indiana! Located just minutes from interstate 65, Hope of-
fers the warmth and hospitality of a small town, but is close enough to Columbus,
Greensburg, Bloomington, and even Indianapolis, to offer residents easy com-
mutes to work, post-secondary schooling, health care, entertainment opportuni-
ties, and shopping. The area surrounding the town is primarily agricultural, but
the residents find work in the surrounding towns and cities at factories, hospitals,
FRHC provides a small school atmosphere with caring
staff members who know each student as an individual.
DISTRICT PROFILE (2009-10):
Ethnic Breakdown: 97% white, 2% multiracial, 1% Asian
Schools and Average Class Size:
Cross Cliff Primary: 15.8 students/class
Hope Intermediate: 20 students/class
Hauser Jr.-Sr. High School: 18 students/class
Spending Per Pupil: $8773 (2007-08 school year)
District Employees: Teachers: 58, Administrators: 7, Support Staff: 85
Average Salary: Teachers: $47,070 Administrators: $73, 527
HIGHLIGHTS AND CONSTRUCTION INFORMATION
Cross Cliff Primary: 2007-09 86% of second grade students passed the ISTEP
Language Arts portion.
Hope Intermediate: Made AYP 2007-09. Moved from Academic Watch to Aca-
demic Progress and from Academic Progress to Commendable for PL221.
Hauser Jr.-Sr. High School: 2007 & 2008 Indiana Best Buy (One of the top six
schools in Indiana), 2007-2009 U.S. News &World Report bronze medalist. Com-
mendable status in academic performance for the last two years.
Construction Info: Will result in all-new science labs, fine arts practice and per-
formance areas, 24 new classrooms, new HVAC throughout, an upgraded per-
formance gym and all-new wellness center, a renovated secondary building, and
upgraded options for technology. FRHC is in the midst of an $18 million dollar building
project, which will bring all three buildings onto one
campus and add countless improvements in program-
ming and facilities.
The Board of School Trustees expects its superintendent to:
be an education leader of both school and community and communicate a vision of
quality education for the future to the Board, staff, and community;
possess outstanding communication skills and bring the board’s policies to reality
through interaction with all stakeholders;
network with state officials and members of DOE to advocate for the students of FRHC;
model high standards of integrity and personal performance;
exhibit student-oriented decision making and to promote positive student behavior;
demonstrate the ability to enhance student achievement;
delegate authority appropriately while maintaining accountability; and
to be a proactive and responsible financial planner who seeks creative solutions to
For more information and an application contact Bill Hill, School Board secretary at email@example.com
Additional information is available at: www.flatrock.k12.in.us and http://mustang.doe.state.in.us/SEARCH/s3.cfm