At the August 31, 2017, Board Action Session, the Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners discussed several key initiatives impacting the 2017-2018 school year.
The last public hearing on high school closures and conversions took place at Northwest High School on Thursday night. Speakers included a string of students who shared emotional stories about their time spent at Northwest and the bonds made.
SUPER School 19 receives national honor for action-based learning model that provides physical fitness activities for students throughout the day to stimulate learning.
In late August, IPS teacher leaders gathered for an evening of inspiration, fun and camaraderie at Ivy Tech Community College Culinary and Conference Center.
The IPS District Athletics Department teamed up with USA Swimming to bring this opportunity to our students.
A guide for high school seniors helps them stay on top of the college admissions process.
As a community of teachers and learners, we celebrate the narratives of our Hispanic students and are enriched by their cultural traditions and life stories.
IPS' Public Information Director explores how James Whitcomb Riley School 43 improved its ISTEP+ scores in English/Language Arts and Math.
The IPS Athletics Department has partnered with Indy Youth Sports (IYS) to bring the excitement of the pigskin to districtwide elementary schools for the first time with two different leagues: flag football and rookie tackle.
The Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners will hold a Special Called Meeting on Monday, September 18, at 6pm, at the John Morton Finney Center for Educational Services.