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July Board Action Session Will be Held In Person, with Several Safety Precautions, Including Limited Seating

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Due to COVID-19 guidance from state and local public health officials regarding minimizing the risk of community spread of the Coronavirus, the Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners has made several changes to the July Board meetings. The Agenda Review Session, scheduled for Tuesday, July 28, has been canceled. The Board Action Session, scheduled […]

IPS Superintendent Aleesia Johnson releases statement in response to latest COVID-19 updates from Mayor Joe Hogsett and Dr. Virginia Caine

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“Indianapolis Public Schools is monitoring data reported by state and local health and government officials, and we acknowledge the latest numbers are troubling as cases of COVID-19 steadily trend upward. As we’ve stated from the beginning, we will continue to remain flexible and make decisions in the best interest of the health and safety of […]

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Meal Service is available today in locations around Marion County! Open to ALL youth 18 & under, with @SecondHelpings providing sandwiches for adults at some locations.


And, so, we begin again today! Welcome back to all of #TeamIPS for a year like we’ve never experienced before. This Monday and, every one thereafter, let’s make amazing things happen for our kids. Every day. Every week. We’ve got this! #StrongerTogetherIPS

“@IPSSchools would face $28 million in cuts as retribution for protecting our children’s health, and anyone who walked a day in our shoes over the past five months would not dare to suggest that schools could operate under the current context with less funding.” @AleesiaLJohnson

Arika Herron@ArikaHerron

Full op-ed from IPS superintendent @AleesiaLJohnson: Anyone in our shoes wouldn’t suggest schools operate with less funding via @indystar

“Our district would face $28 million in cuts as retribution for protecting our children’s health. I will not open our schools at risk of the safety of our students, staff, families and community.” @AleesiaLJohnson

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