Latest District News Stories

  • Indianapolis Public Schools Selected to Join Trailblazing National Education Justice Initiative
    The National Education Equity Lab, an education justice nonprofit that delivers, and supports, college credit-bearing courses from top universities to students in low-income communities, today announced that Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) has been selected to join its nationwide effort to empower high school scholars to advance and demonstrate their college-ready skills.  Beginning with courses offered […]
  • IPS Celebrates Black History Month
    Indianapolis Public Schools is excited to celebrate Black History Month!  Throughout the district, classrooms are working on exciting and inspirational projects to honor and celebrate the importance of Black History Month. IPS will share these projects throughout the month, highlighting the students and their hard work.  Follow IPS on social media to see what’s happing […]
  • IPS Rolls Out Refreshed Proving What’s Possible Website Showcasing Teacher and Staff Stories
    As initiative hits its one-year mark, Proving What’s Possible shows promising progress on recruitment, retention and new pathways for talented, diverse candidates to join teamIPS. Proving What’s Possible is an IPS initiative building new pathways for talented, diverse individuals to join our team, while making sure our excellent staff are supported and growing in their […]
  • Grant from Colts, NFL Foundation to Help Install Synthetic Turf Field at Crispus Attucks
    Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) has been granted $250,000 by the Indianapolis Colts through the National Football League Foundation Grassroots Program to install synthetic turf fields at Crispus Attucks High School. The $250,000 grant from the Colts, the NFL Foundation, and Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) is part of $3 million in field refurbishment awards allocated […]
  • Statement from IPS Superintendent Dr. Aleesia Johnson
    IPS Board moves forward with Rebuilding Stronger’s capital referendum, delays voting on operating referendum Read the statement from IPS Superintendent Dr. Aleesia Johnson IPS Families and Staff: Today, the IPS Board of School Commissioners agreed to delay voting on the operating referendum, which would support a portion of the district’s Rebuilding Stronger plan. The decision […]