Francis W. Parker Montessori School 56 partners with Indianapolis Power & Light for annual pumpkin drop.
National Native American Heritage Month is a great time to head to the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art.
Students in Arlington's JROTC program will plant flags at veterans' graves at Crown Hill Cemetery and participate in the annual Veterans Day Parade.
More than 1,000 students will run in local, iconic race on Saturday, Nov. 4. Since 2008, the nonprofit arm of the race, Beyond Monumental, has supported the district through fitness education and monetary donations through the IPS Education Foundation.
The Future Centers will be physical spaces within the high school buildings, providing supportive services designed to increase the number of students completing high school and moving on to Enrollment, Enlistment or Employment — what the district calls The 3Es.
IPS offers nutritious and delicious breakfast, lunch and snacks to students year-round, regardless of income.
New IPS High School Experience focuses on preparing all students for Enrollment, Enlistment or Employment.
The district's largest enrollment event of the year offers current and prospective families opportunities to meet principals, learn about academic programs and extracurricular activities, and apply to schools.
The Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners met on Tuesday, November 14, for an Agenda Review Session and Thursday, November 16, for an Action Board Session.
The Crisps Attucks High School Alum talks about his educational foundation, teachers, basketball and about his life now.