The Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners met Tuesday, September 26 for an Agenda Review Session and on Thursday, September 28 for an Action Session.
The recently released 2016-17 ISTEP letter grades show some improvement in the number of Indianapolis Public Schools that have increased their performance, while the overall grade for the district remains mostly unchanged for the third year in a row.
IPS students collect money and supplies to help students recovering from Hurricane Harvey in Houston.
Indianapolis Public Schools is now accepting applications to participate on three advisory councils designed to help ensure the successful launch and implementation of the New IPS High School Experience.
Indianapolis Public Schools has received a grant in the amount of $2,871,400 from Lilly Endowment Inc. as part of the Comprehensive Counseling Initiative for Indiana K-12 Students.
October is a busy month for the winner and nine finalists of the 2018 Teacher of the Year program as district leaders, staff and community supporters honor their talent, hard work and dedication to educating our scholars.
Andre Jones, a 1981 Arlington High School graduate, says "trade" classes gave him the skills needed to start his own business.
Kathleen Rauth, 2018 IPS Teacher of the Year and media specialist at Center for Inquiry School 27 and School 2, offers tips and books to help learn about bullying and to begin to make positive changes.
The playground for students at School 109 is the 10th the Indianapolis Colts have built for an IPS school. This build also include a track and several other fun amenities.
The IPS Board of School Commissioners chooses the new principals of the district's high schools. Those leaders will immediately begin staffing their schools for next year.