A dedicated staff, community partnerships, yoga and a focus on conflict resolution leads to a successful first year at Simon Youth Academy.
Micah Nelson, the 2017 IPS Teacher of the Year, is hailed for her commitment to global awareness and project-based teaching style. The 13-year educator also helps train the next generation of teachers at Butler University.
As her reign as Teacher of the Year comes to an end, Amy Wackerly remembers the lessons learned, the challenges faced and the new experiences.
Restorative Justice practices and techniques are helping to reduce the number of suspensions and expulsions districtwide, and helping our students learn to resolve conflict.
For students scheduled to attend Summer School this year, here’s everything you need to know.
Many IPS staffers spend their summer break in training sessions or working on professional development plans, all in an effort to make the next school year better than the last.
For nearly 50 years, Deborah Hearn Smith has been empowering girls through the Girls Scouts of Central Indiana. She credits her time as an IPS student with preparing her for life in the real world.
With the deadline for early bird registration fast approaching, now is a great time to register yourself or your team for the inaugural IPS Golf Classic.
Students at George W. Julian School 57 have a new place to enjoy books, thanks to its newly unveiled Ben Carson Reading Room.
Hundreds of IPS students took a sponsored trip to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on May 29 to watch the 100th running of the Indy 500.