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ANNOUNCEMENT - Dennis Tackitt is the district’s new Chief of Transformation. Learn more here: https://t.co/2pM1Z4BljA

Middle school students at @IPS_CFI #27 will raise awareness about climate change during an education fair at 1:30 p.m. Friday, March 15th at Martin Luther King Jr. Park. The event will feature 20-plus exhibits. Read more in our newsletter, The Achiever: https://t.co/32O44CbDrc

SPRING BREAK MEAL PROGRAM: From March 25 - April 5 @IPSSchools will serve breakfast and lunch for FREE to children 18 and younger at several locations throughout Indianapolis. Details below.

ICYMI: The @IPSSchools January 30th inclement weather makeup day will be held on May 24th.

#WomensHistoryMonth: Elizabeth Marie “Betty” Tall Chief was an American ballerina. She was considered America’s first major prima ballerina, and was the first Native American to hold the rank. Tall Chief was involved in dance at a young age, starting formal lessons at age 3.

ANNOUNCEMENT - Dennis Tackitt is the district’s new Chief of Transformation. Learn more here: ow.ly/lxiP30o5WgO ...

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Middle school students at Center for Inquiry #27 will raise awareness about climate change during an education fair at 1:30 p.m. Friday, March 15th at Martin Luther King Jr. Park. The event will feature 20-plus exhibits. Read more in our newsletter, The Achiever: ow.ly/s4o730o5Q8z ...

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SPRING BREAK MEAL PROGRAM: From March 25 - April 5 IPS will serve breakfast and lunch for FREE to children 18 and younger at several locations throughout Indianapolis. Details below. ...

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ICYMI: The IPS January 30th inclement weather makeup day will be held on May 24th. ...

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#WomensHistoryMonth: ‪Elizabeth Marie “Betty” Tall Chief was an American ballerina. She was considered America’s first major prima ballerina, and was the first Native American to hold the rank. Tall Chief was involved in dance at a young age, starting formal lessons at age 3.‬ ...

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