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  • IPS Proposed School Year Calendars 2015-16 and 2016-17

    Statute requires district administration to submit a school calendar for approval by the corporation’s governing body. The calendar specifies days of student and teacher attendance, identifies purpose of days, and indicates attendance totals. The submitted drafts reflect district priorities for ensuring effective instruction and providing seamless delivery of school support services throughout the year.

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  • John Marshall Graduation Mentors Boost More Than Grades

    January is National Mentoring Month, and across the district we’re celebrating those who go above and beyond to serve as mentors for our students. Some of the most dedicated mentors can be found at John Marshall Community High School, where staff members are building stronger relationships with students as they mentor the Class of 2015.

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  • Peace Learning Peers Are Just One of the Positive Changes at the New George Washington

    George Washington Community High School students are participating in a pilot program with the Peace Learning Center to continue improving the school climate. “Peers Making Peace” is the new peer mentoring group now forming at GWCHS. Members of the group were recommended by their teachers or administrators as students who exemplify the qualities of a peaceful leader.

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  • ACE Mentors Foster Professional Growth

    Not many high school students can say their work has influenced massive building projects around Indianapolis, but that’s exactly what happens with the ACE (Architecture, Construction and Engineering) Program at the IPS Career Technology Center! Students are guided by local professionals to complete a full proposal for an upcoming project in our city.

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  • Stephen Foster and Junior League Roll Out Signature Partnership

    Stephen Foster School 67 is the recipient of the Junior League of Indianapolis’ first ever Signature Community Project grant. This grant represents a 3-year partnership between the Junior League and the school with up to a $100,000 in resources, support and mentoring.

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  • Charles W. Fairbanks Students Dream Big with Mentors

    Once a week students in the Dream Academy—an after school program—at Charles Warren Fairbanks School 105 have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with a mentor from the community.

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  • Theodore Potter Students Volunteer with Governor Pence

    Students joined Indiana Governor Mike Pence and the Indianapolis Colts mascot Blue at Gleaners Food Bank to sort and prepare over 15,000 pounds of food for distribution. That equals over 10,000 meals!

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