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  • Teacher of the Year Celebrates Goals and Confidence

    2014 was an exciting year for Tina Ahlgren. She not only became a new mother and won a Hubbard Award but was also named Indianapolis Public Schools Teacher of the Year. This title defined her year and served as a confidence builder in the classroom, district and state.

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  • Past Teachers of the Year Stress Connection and Continuous Improvement

    It’s Teacher of the Year (ToY) time, and that begs some questions: What goes into excellent teaching? How can we give our best to students every day? Fortunately, some of our past district Teachers of the Year have some great advice for empowering and encouraging both current and incoming Indianapolis Public Schools teachers.

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  • School Teachers of the Year Announced

    Spring is an exciting time of year at Indianapolis Public Schools; it’s when each school recognizes one of their most inspiring, innovative and all-around amazing teachers! All of our schools are invited to select a Teacher of the Year – this educator is not only honored for their hard work within the school, but they are now eligible for district, state and, perhaps, national recognition!

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  • Join the Conversation on School Discipline

    Indianapolis Public Schools is committed to offering students and families the best service possible; that means we’re constantly looking for ways to improve the educational experience for all. Our Student Services Division has been hard at work on a district Code of Conduct, and you’re invited to learn more about this process and help us with the final steps!

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  • Crispus Attucks Senior Wins IHSAA Scholarship

    Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School senior Anisah Abdul-Aleem is one of only 13 student athletes in the state to be awarded the C. Eugene Cato Memorial Scholarship through the Indiana High School Athletic Association, Inc. (IHSAA).

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  • Lab School Teachers Explore the Roots of Reggio-style Education

    IPS/Butler University Laboratory School 60 applies the Reggio Emilia educational philosophy. Recently Marissa Argus, kindergarten and first grade teacher, and Nicole Cegielski, third and fourth grade teacher, sought to understand more about the Reggio approach by visiting the city where it originated—Reggio Emilia, Italy.

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  • Brookside Artwork On Display at Indianapolis Art Center

    Students can often say their school artwork has been proudly displayed on the refrigerator at home, but not many have the chance to say their work was on display at an actual art center!

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  • Daniel Webster Students Have the “Write” Stuff

    Daniel Webster School 46 sixth graders Autumn K. and Sara B. were recently named Classroom Winners in the Sertoma Club of Broad Ripple National Heritage Essay Contest.

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  • Arlington, Shortridge Welcome New Principals

    As we enter the final months of the 2014-2015 school year, Indianapolis Public Schools is proud to announce new leadership at two of our high schools for the upcoming year.

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  • Students Bring More Than T-Shirts Back from Their Spring Break Travels

    Opportunities for Indianapolis Public Schools students to be lifelong, global learners don’t stop at spring break. Many students, and their teachers, take time during these breaks to visit other countries. It’s an incredible experience for our students, one they plan and work for all year long!

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