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IPS Commits to Pay All Employees Through School Closures

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Indianapolis Public Schools Superintendent Aleesia Johnson announces the district is committed to paying all active employees through the school closures due to COVID-19. Those closures are currently scheduled to last until May 1, under orders issued by the state, but may be extended.

Governor Holcomb and Mayor Hogsett announce coalition to flatten the COVID-19 curve across state, public invited to make commitment

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INthistogether social distancing campaign aims to keep Hoosiers healthy and return Indiana to normal social interactions and business operations Partners supporting #INthistogether campaign include Eli Lilly, Indiana Pacers, Indiana Fever, Indianapolis Colts, Indiana University, and Purdue University INDIANAPOLIS, April 1, 2020 – Governor Eric J. Holcomb and Mayor Joe Hogsett – and a coalition of […]

IPS Holds Meeting to Discuss COVID-19 Response Update, Review March Board Action Session

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The Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners will hold a meeting Tuesday, March 31, to discuss the latest on the district’s COVID-19 response and to review the actions taken during the Board’s March Action Session. Due to the current public health crisis, and to reduce the risk of community transmission of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), […]

Mayor Joe Hogsett Issues New “Stay at Home” Order for Marion County Residents/Alcalde Joe Hogsett, Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado de Marion Emiten Nuevas Órdenes de “Quedarse en Casa” para todos los Residentes

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Note: This is a reprint from the March 23, 2020, City of Indianapolis press release. INDIANAPOLIS — Following today’s announcement by Gov. Eric Holcomb, Mayor Joe Hogsett and Dr. Virginia Caine of the Marion County Public Health Department issued a series of “stay at home” orders for Marion County, which will take effect at 11:59 […]

Gov. Eric Holcomb Orders Hoosiers to Stay at Home to Help Decrease COVID-19 Spread/El Gobernador Eric Holcomb Ordena a Hoosiers que se Queden en Casa para Ayudar a Disminuir la Propagación de COVID-19

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Note: Due to high traffic to the IN.gov website since Gov. Eric Holcomb announced his Stay-At-Home Order on Monday, March 23, below are the FAQs associated with that order to help our families better understand what it all means. This order does not affect the meals provided by IPS and its partner organizations to districtwide families.  […]

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IPS commits to pay all employees through school closures.

Learn more👉 https://myips.org/blog/covid-19/ips-commits-to-pay-all-employees-through-school-closures/

Be safe. Be kind. Be smart. We are #INthistogether and social distancing can help us defeat COVID-19. Spread the word, not the virus.

👉 https://myips.org/blog/district/governor-holcomb-and-mayor-hogsett-announce-coalition-to-flatten-the-covid-19-curve-across-state-public-invited-to-make-commitment/

Happening now: Free pantry boxes at Windsor Village Park (6510 E. 25th Street). Drive thru service to help families. #Proud2ServeIndy

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