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  • IPS Board of School Commissioners President Diane Arnold Issues Statement on RFRA

    IPS wants to take this opportunity to reiterate that the district welcomes and values the diversity of our staff, students and families.

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  • IPS Provides Opportunities for Spring Break Learning

    Indianapolis Public Schools Curriculum and Instruction Department offering learning activities to keep our students’ minds fresh over spring break!

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  • IPS Serves Breakfast and Lunch During Spring Break

    Spring break is just around the corner, and that means school is out for two weeks, but that doesn't mean you can't still have lunch with your friends! Indianapolis Public Schools' service to the community doesn't stop when students are on vacation; we are proud to announce the extension of our meal service through spring break at selected sites.

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  • IPS Jazz Tradition Transcends Generations

    The history of jazz in Indianapolis and Indianapolis Public Schools is as rich and deep as the soil our crops come from. It’s shadowed by segregation, economic dislocation and cultural change. Its soundtrack, if it could be heard today, would be the music that spilled out onto Indiana Avenue on summer nights in the days before air conditioning. The doors propped open, a town unto itself, with pool halls, restaurants, barber shops, shoe shine stands, pharmacies, doctors’ and lawyers’ offices, stores, apartments and houses and the crown jewel of the African-American community, the Madame Walker Theatre, which still stands today—Indiana Avenue was alive!

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  • IPS Pre-K Grows to Prepare Even More Students for School

    Everyone is talking about early childhood education these days. It’s refreshing because there has never before been this type of state-wide attention given to Pre-K. We’re happy about this at Indianapolis Public Schools because it’s an area we’ve been concentrating on for years!

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  • Teamwork and Talent Showcased in Spring Musicals

    Indianapolis Public Schools strives to prepare students for success after they leave the halls of our schools, and many students learn the value of preparation and teamwork through their spring stage productions. Students, staff and family volunteers devote hours of their personal time for weeks to ensure audiences are entertained with a night at the theatre.

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  • IPS Honor Choir Stars at ISC Gala

    Indianapolis Public Schools is proud to partner with the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir (ISC) on a fantastic opportunity for our students. Choral all-stars from across the district joined forces to revitalize the Indianapolis Public Schools All-City Honor Choir this semester.

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  • IPS Employee Helps Students Find Their Own Beat

    Pheldon “PJ” Majors spends his days traveling to and from different Indianapolis Public Schools locations. Majors, a Field Technician with the Information Technology (IT) Division, assists schools and administrators with all their technology needs. However, while his day job may be in IT his passion is with music, specifically percussion.

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  • Arsenal Tech Students Make Their Own History in National History Day Competition

    Over a hundred students participated in the National History Day (NHD) competition held at Arsenal Technical High School on March 17. The same number competed on March 19 at Gambold Preparatory Magnet High School. The competition had students conduct an original historical research project and then share their research and show what they learned through papers, displays and presentations to judges.

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