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  • IPS Affirms Commitment to Arts Education

    At Indianapolis Public Schools, we know fine arts are vital to our success. The arts give students a creative outlet, build a sense of community, promote critical thinking skills, and for some students, it’s the reason they come to school every day.

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  • The Latest: IPS Outlines Secondary Supervision Plans

    Indianapolis Public Schools strives to provide the best educational opportunities to our students, and this includes a safe environment for learning. IPS is committed to ensuring the safety of all students, staff and visitors at each of our schools. With aims of establishing streamlined expectations for our secondary schools, our high school and middle school principals met with core leaders in administration this week to establish short-term safety goals.

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  • IPS Veteran Principal to Lead Crispus Attucks

    Indianapolis Public Schools is proud to announce new leadership at Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School to begin the coming school year.

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  • “Race to Kindergarten” Begins May 19

    Families, start your engines! It’s time to begin the race to graduation with Indianapolis Public Schools! The kindergarten registration window opens on May 19, and we’re holding a pair of events to help parents through the application process. The best thing about our application this year: it’s online! You can begin the process from your computer, tablet, or smartphone at any time once the window opens.

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  • When Life Gives you Lemons Visit Lemonade Day

    The old-age saying, “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade” has never been more true for students at four of our schools. This year Indianapolis Public Schools partnered with Lemonade Day Indianapolis to bring their entrepreneurial curriculum district-wide.

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  • IPS Begins Exciting Transformation Process

    We’re entering an exciting time for the future of Indianapolis Public Schools! IPS is partnering with Mass Insight Education (MIE) to engage in a turnaround process for our schools. This is a unique opportunity for our district to engage in and embrace a culture of transformation.

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  • Career Technology Center: Open for Business!

    The students at Indianapolis Public Schools’ Career Technology Center aren’t just preparing for skilled career paths – many of them are already working in their chosen fields! In addition to internships and other work-based learning opportunities, four of our CTC career pathways have working operations located on Arsenal Technical High School’s campus. You’re invited to take advantage of our “open for business” enterprises and receive quality service at a friendly cost – while helping our students learn along the way!

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  • TeenWorks Offers IPS Students More Than Summer Employment

    TeenWorks is a six-week summer employment program that gives eligible Marion County students a paid job, breakfast and lunch and transportation to their work site. However, the program provides more than just a job. It’s also a unique opportunity for professional development.

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  • School Board Wants to Hear from You: Revised Public Comment Policy and Procedures

    At the April 30 Action Session the Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners voted on a revised public comment policy to promote increased transparency, greater efficiency and enhanced opportunities for public involvement in meetings.

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  • IPS Schools Give Students, Families Access to Careers

    Washington Irving School 14 and Daniel Webster School 46 are both giving their students a look ahead at potential career paths this May.

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