Post by Micah Nelson As we approach November 8, many educators across our district have been charged with teaching about the election season. In fact, every sch [...]
The IPS Board of School Commissioners recently approved a series of changes to our district’s choice lottery process – so what do these updates mean for our families?
Beginning school year 2017-2018, IPS will open a new medical/STEM middle school.
Nextech and Eli Lilly and Co. are just two of the local businesses giving IPS high school juniors and seniors a chance to gain real work experience.
From private lessons to group rehearsals, IPS students — through a partnership with MYO — hone their skills in school auditoriums and music rooms, and local concert halls.
Micah Nelson (2017 IPS Teacher of the Year) has never shied away from engaging students in the political process. But even she admits that the “contentiousness” of the 2016 election is challenging to discuss with children.
History will come alive for eighth-grade students at Center for Inquiry (CFI) School 84 as they visit some of nation’s most iconic buildings during their class trip to our nation’s capital.
IPS Board of School Commissioners will review several items at the October Agenda Review and Action sessions regarding future plans for IPS students and staff.
IPS teachers will participate in the United Montessori Schools of Indiana’s annual conference on Oct. 15 at Forest Manor Professional Development Center.
Monique Hunt McWilliams, chief diversity officer at Eli Lilly and Co., is a proud IPS alumna and successful business woman. She discusses how the IPS community helped to shape her life.