IPS Superintendent Dr. Lewis D. Ferebee highlights some of the successes he found within the district during one of his many visits to IPS schools.
More than 60 IPS students will compete in the IPS District Spelling Bee on Jan. 26 in Anderson Auditorium at Arsenal Technical High School.
IPS partners with NCAA, Butler University and Scholastic Corp. to kick off reading competition for district third-graders.
Three teachers and one principal will be awarded the top prize of $25,000 each, and up to six finalists will be awarded $1,000 each through the annual awards program. The deadline for this year's nominations is Feb. 3.
Speakers used this year's annual celebration to motivate action among attendees. The program was hosted by the IPS Office for Racial Equity and the IPS Crispus Attucks Museum.
Elizabeth Gore, Dorene Rodriguez Hoops and Venita Moore were welcomed by returning Commissioners on Jan. 9.
For the past two years, third-grader Jaxson Andrews has spent his birthday collecting sports equipment to donate to Brookside School 54.
The 2017 TeenWorks application window opens Jan. 10 for the popular paid summer jobs program, which hires high school students in Marion and Delaware counties.
Matthew Durrett is on a mission to entice more IPS schools and students to participate in the National History Day in Indiana competition.
Edible school-based gardens, which also serve as outdoor classrooms, are part of a national program through The Kitchen Community.