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  • May Your Lunch Be Merry and Bright

    Many Indianapolis Public Schools students have been working all semester on music for the holiday season. This week, they’re entertaining IPS employees in our central offices with the annual concert series, “May Your Lunch be Merry and Bright.”

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  • Washington Irving Puts the Grinch on Trial for Stealing Christmas

    Someone is on the naughty list this year at Washington Irving School 14 and his name is…the GRINCH. The sixth grade students in Rachelle Wilson’s class are putting the Grinch on trial this week. He did steal Christmas after all, or so they say.

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  • Holiday Traditions Celebrated Near and Far

    Tree-trimming, lighting menorah candles, sitting down for meals with family: this time of year traditions are limitless. Across the state, country and world families and friends are celebrating the holidays in their own way. This month many IPS students have been learning about different holidays and traditions celebrated around the world during this time.

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  • Arsenal Tech Teacher Becomes Author

    Arsenal Technical High School teacher Donna Griffin always dreamed of being an author, and in September 2012 she got her chance. Griffin, student publications adviser and English teacher at Arsenal Tech, was contracted by Sterling Publishing in New York in September 2012 to write the “The Twelve Days of Christmas in Indiana.”

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  • George Washington Carver School 87 Students Learn to Give Back with Toys for Tots

    Principal Mark Nardo of Indianapolis Public Schools George Washington Carver School 87 knows that the common perception at this time of year involves his students and families receiving the generosity from others. That’s why he wants everyone to know how giving his students are this holiday season.

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