Post by Tina Ahlgren Spring break. As a teacher, no matter how much you love what you do, it’s a welcome respite that you look forward to during those dark and [...]
Two Crispus Attucks volleyball players were honored this week for their achievements in athletics and academics.
The Indiana State Board of Education has approved the 2014 accountability grades, and we are proud to share with the Indianapolis Public Schools community the performance gains that we have made as well as growth opportunities to be addressed. IPS is pleased to see this public-facing evidence of our efforts to reverse negative trends and employ strategies to accelerate our progress toward ensuring all of our students’ success.
The schools in Indianapolis Public Schools West Learning Community offer excellent academic programs, a variety of extracurricular activities and outstanding community involvement.
This Veteran’s Day Indianapolis Public Schools proudly acknowledges the talented veterans that are a part of teamIPS.
The U.S. Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) started in 1916. According to Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Donald B. Spice, Director of Army Instruction for Indianapolis Public Schools, the JROTC programs in IPS dates back nearly as far.
Two John Marshall Community High School JROTC cadets will be honored at the Veterans Day Reception and Dinner on November 11, 2014.
Motivational posters line the walls of the staircase leading to George Washington Community High School’s JROTC classroom. These same posters are what George Washington graduate Douglas Sprowl says inspired him daily while in high school.
Indianapolis Public Schools is preparing to honor our exemplary teachers at our annual Teacher of the Year Dinner, as veteran teachers are celebrated for their hard work and inspirational teaching methods. This year’s guest of honor is Tina Ahlgren of Shortridge Magnet High School for Law and Public Policy.
Indianapolis Public Schools is proud of our students who go above and beyond to honor our nation's veterans. All five of our high school JROTC programs are preparing for Indy's Veterans Day Parade – one of the highlights of the year.