It was an emotional night for the Attucks Tigers after their historic win. The last time Crispus Attucks won the state title was in 1959. Here's a look at some of the action after the team's win on Saturday, March 25, 2017, at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
The Crispus Attucks boys basketball team is two games away from a championship win. The Tigers play in the Semi-State game at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 18.
On March 31, the district will release the redesigned myIPS mobile app for iPhone and Android smartphones.
More than 60 IPS scholars from five schools will compete in the state contest on May 6 at Ivy Tech Community College in downtown Indianapolis.
At the March Board Review and Action sessions Commissioners also discussed the district's school consolidation timeline and the 2017-2018 SY budget.
Elementary students had a blast with the whimsical prose of Seuss.
Indy is the largest city in the United States to pass a youth-led climate resolution. Students from three IPS schools helped with the resolution's success.
It came down to two schools, William McKinley School 39 and Carl Wilde School 79. Which one has been named champion of the Read to the Final Four Competition?
An English as a Second Language teacher at Ernie Pyle School 90, Verrena Anderson has been teaching in IPS for more than 40 years.
In this week’s Hot Topics, we highlight the final day for the IPS Math Competition, two IPS actors, and My Brother’s Keeper mentoring program!
The Attucks Tigers take on the Northview Knights at 10 a.m. March 11 at Greencastle High School.
Breakfast and lunch will be offered at 29 locations throughout the city from March 20-31.
Taylar Green makes balancing her full-time job as a professional dancer with Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre, working as an office assistant at Clarence Farrington School 61, rehearsing for shows and teaching the next generation of dancers seem ... easy!
The IPS Board of School Commissioners reviewed several initiatives during February’s Action Session, including a briefing from the Facilities Management Task Force about consolidating buildings; budget development updates; and new innovation school proposals.
Crispus Attucks High School alum Norris W. Overton recalls his early years growing up in Indianapolis and the education he received at IPS schools, which he attributes to his decorated career and leadership in the United States Air Force.
Micah Nelson, the 2017 IPS Teacher of the Year, goes inside classrooms throughout the district to find out what cool things educators and students are working on this semester.
Round 2 of the Choice Lottery Application ends March 3! But if you’re still interested in enrolling your child into one of IPS’ 26 Choice programs, there’s one more round left. Round 3 runs from March 13 through April 21, and there are more than 500 seats available.
As IPS prepares for nominations for its 2018 Teacher of the Year program, the Achiever continues to highlight the finalists and winner of the 2017 class. Meet 10-year IPS veteran educator Dawn Wilkey from Eleanor Skillen School 34.
In this week’s Hot Topics, we highlight three-time Olympic hurdler Terrance Trammell’s visit to Arsenal Technical High School; Rep. Andre Carson’s upcoming Youth Opportunity Fair; the 2017 Rising Stars list, and more.
As third-graders prepare for IREAD-3, schools and parents can work together to improve reading proficiency.