Post by Micah Nelson As we near the end of the first semester, the topic of student engagement is top of mind for a lot of us. We often wonder about the best wa [...]
School accountability, Innovation network opportunities, and increased support services for students are among the topics Commissioners addressed at the December Agenda Review and Action Sessions.
At the January Agenda Review and Action Sessions, the Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners discussed initiatives to empower principals to make staffing decisions, support strategies for student achievement and increase efficiency in operations.
IPS, along with the Indianapolis Indians and local law enforcement and public-safety organizations, will kick off the RightFit program in January at three district schools.
Chandra Barbee, a 1979 Arlington graduate, spends so much time at her alma mater mentoring and uplifting students that she’s known affectionately to many as “Grandma.”
Using a Kayne West compilation of songs, members of Broad Ripple High School’s marching band and Fire and Finesse dance team walked away with the top prize at the Bands of America Indianapolis Marching Band Tournament.
On Dec. 14, about 150 students and 15 staffers from Eleanor Skillen School 34 will deliver “Bags of Cheer” to Indianapolis employees on Monument Circle.
Now is the time to nominate an exceptional Indianapolis Public School (IPS) teacher and a principal for the 2017 Hubbard Life-Changing Educator Award. Three teachers and one principal will be awarded the top prize and will receive $25,000 each. Up to six finalists will be awarded $1,000 each!
A group of 36 eighth-graders from Center for Inquiry School 84 traveled to the nation's capitol in late October. While there, they learned how government works and more about our country’s history.
Our talented student dancers are fine-tuning their skills in rehearsals for their annual performance of “The Nutcracker”!