Post by Tina Ahlgren The past 12 months have been an unbelievable roller coaster ride for me, both personally and professionally. I have had the immense joy of [...]
6/1/2015 Superintendent Ferebee reacts to recent media scrutiny of George Washington Community High School: “This is not a school where everyone fights all day. [...]
Indianapolis Public Schools is proud to announce our 2015 Teacher of the Year, Amy Wackerly. Mrs. Wackerly teaches 3rd grade at Center for Inquiry School 2. Her commitment to lifelong learning and service to our students and our community make her an example of excellence in IPS!
Summer is often seen as a time for young students to relax for a couple of months. However, education experts warn that too much down time in the summer can create issues the following school year.
Our celebration of excellence continued this week featuring the amazing accomplishments of Indianapolis Public Schools Valedictorians and Salutatorians. On Tuesday, June 2, our Vals and Sals joined their families, favorite teachers, principals, school board members and IPS leaders for a recognition dinner.
At Indianapolis Public Schools our core business is education; however, we have an opportunity as well as an obligation to address matters of real estate. The district is now looking to sell properties as the first step in a larger strategy to become leaner and more efficient.
Indianapolis Public Schools is making great progress towards its operational goals! That’s the clear message in a May 2015 operational analysis status report from Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce.
Over the past two weeks, students from 18 IPS elementary schools joined their tutors in celebrations marking another successful year of ReadUP, a unique and rewarding collaboration between IPS and United Way of Central Indiana.
We are the students of George Washington Community High School, a school that has been talked down by people this year. When you talk about George Washington and its “out of control” students, you’re talking about us, and we’re tired of it.
The end of the school year is near, but that doesn’t mean Indianapolis Public Schools is pausing service to our students. IPS is proud to be able to offer meals to students at no cost through the school year, and we’re excited to provide free meals for all IPS students during the summer as well!