The Indianapolis Chapter of Indiana Black Expo (ICIBE), in partnership with Flanner and Buchanan and the Indy Youth Sports League, recently announced an Indianapolis Public Schools Student as recipient of the Athlete of the Week program.
Indianapolis Public Schools received a large donation of school supplies from Yoobi and Teachers’ Treasures recently. All Pre-K through 5th grade classrooms received a classroom pack including a variety of supplies on September 2.
Brent Freeman is the new Special Education Officer for Indianapolis Public Schools. It’s a big job with an important department that touches more in the district than many people realize.
The United Way ReadUP literacy program is ready to roll for this school year! ReadUP Tutor training sessions recently began on August 11 for the 2015-2016 school year and will run through the end of September
As a part of our commitment to ensuring baseline technology standards in all our schools, Indianapolis Public Schools are upgrading computers used for instruction.
The Indianapolis Public Schools Strategic Plan 2015 outlines our commitment to providing excellent learning environments for our students and families, and must recruit and retain the best teachers in the field to achieve our goals.
Now with the help of the Indianapolis Colts and Citizens Energy Group, students at Louis B. Russell School 48 learned how they could be a part of going green!
We’re having such a great time sharing the vision of Indianapolis Public Schools’ future through the Strategic Plan with our community, and the celebration isn’t over!
Today the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts Announced Indianapolis as their partner city for Ensuring the Arts for Any Given Child
Indianapolis Public Schools is thrilled to share our 2015-2016 Teacher of the Year, Amy Wackerly, is a finalist for the state Teacher of the Year title!