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Welcome to the debut of the IPS Newsroom!

This new website from Indianapolis Public Schools is a quick and comprehensive way to learn more about what’s happening inside the district with students, teachers, administrators, community partners and so much more.

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We’re excited to partner with @womensfundindy and @Marion_Health on a pilot program. @GiveAnHour is launching a 10-week program for 5th/6th grade girls at @IPSTorrence83 & @IPSNicholson96 focused on social & emotional well-being. @IndyMayorJoe @MaggieALewis @AleesiaLJohnson

In 1927, @CAttucksIPS opened its doors as a segregated high school. Now open to all students in Grades 9-12, it is one of our #myIPS All - Choice High Schools offering a diverse and challenging curriculum. The school is named after the first person killed in the Boston Massacre.

As we continue to celebrate #CTEMonth, see what @IPSSchools Post-Secondary Readiness Officer, Jennifer O'Shea (@jlbrockw) has to say about it! #investinthefuture✨ #myips

What a wonderful experience! Great job kiddo! #myIPScommunity

#BlackHistoryMonth: “Meet the Artists XXXI” offers community members the opportunity to view the works of locally prominent African American artists during one of Indianapolis’ premier cultural events from January 29 - March 30 at @indylibrary: https://t.co/VwonLNdqWA

We’re excited to partner with Women's Fund of Central Indiana and Marion County Health Department on a new pilot program. Give an Hour is launching a 10-week program for 5th/6th grade girls at IPS Floro Torrence School 83 & IPS Meredith Nicholson School 96 focused on social & emotional well-being. ...

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In 1927, Crispus Attucks High School opened its doors as a segregated high school. Now open to all students in Grades 9-12, it is one of our #myIPS All - Choice High Schools offering a diverse and challenging curriculum. The school is named after the first person killed in the Boston Massacre. ...

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#BlackHistoryMonth: “Meet the Artists XXXI” offers community members the opportunity to view the works of locally prominent African American artists during one of Indianapolis’ premier cultural events from January 29 - March 30 at Indianapolis Public Library: ow.ly/bgVy30nM5kB ...

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IMPORTANT – All school campuses will be operating on a two hour delay today, February 20th. ...

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IPS Students Invited to ICO Performance

In March, members of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra (ICO), along with a guest narrator, will present “Tall Tales and Long Tails,” a program under the direct [...]

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