Post by Tina Ahlgren When I tell people that I am a teacher, most people respond with the same question—“What do you teach?” Unfortunately, when I tell them tha [...]
The Indianapolis Public Schools District Math competition is held in the spring each year. The competition fosters healthy academic competition between schools and provides an exciting instructional activity for students in grades 3-12.
The Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School Students in Action (SIA) community service club was recently awarded first place in the regional Jefferson Awards competition.
Indianapolis Public Schools is proud to announce that Center for Inquiry School 84, Sidener Academy for High Ability Students and Gambold Preparatory Magnet High School were named Four Star Schools by the Indiana Department of Education this week.
Did you know that 96 elephants die every day in Africa? According to 96elephants.org, these beautiful animals are killed only for the ivory in their tusks. When the kindergarteners at Meredith Nicholson School 96 heard about this, they wanted to take action.
William McKinley School 39 students are racing to the finish line, but this isn’t P.E. class - it’s Family Math/Science Night. The students are playing different games that enforce math and science skills and having fun at the same time.
When it comes to honing math skills, extra practice at home can really make a difference. Luckily for the families of Indianapolis Public Schools, our Parent Involvement Educators (PIEs) are equipped with the tools to help make math fun for all!
We all know math is a vital tool for continued success; it’s tough to find a career out there that doesn’t require math skills! When it comes to preparing students for the workforce, our Career Technology Center staff helps students fine-tune their math skills for a variety of opportunities after graduation.
Indianapolis Public Schools is proud to announce new leadership at Paul I. Miller School 114 and Lew Wallace School 107 for the upcoming year.
Celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week has always been a special time for recognizing the many life-changing educators in our schools.