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IPS Returns to 100% In-Person Learning for Middle and High School Students

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Based on updated data and guidance from the Marion County Public Health Department, Indianapolis Public Schools will transition to full in-person learning for all middle and high school students starting Monday, April 5.  This new guidance means students in middle and high school, who are currently operating on the hybrid model, can return to in-person […]

“Imagine: A Spring Exhibition Featuring IPS Students” at Garfield Park Arts Center, March 5-27

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Tomorrow’s artists are having their work exhibited today, as the Garfield Park Arts Center (2432 Conservatory Dr.) launches their month-long spring exhibition of artwork from students at IPS schools.  The exhibit, titled “Imagine: A Spring Exhibition Featuring IPS Students,” runs March 5-27 and features artwork from K-12 students from eight district schools.  The budding artists’ […]

College Goal Sunday 2021 – Virtual Event Details!

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College Goal Sunday, Indiana’s largest FAFSA filing event, will be held virtually on March 7, 2021 from 2 – 4 p.m. (ET).  FAFSA filing experts from all across Indiana will be available during the event to help all attendees with filing their FAFSA. Most colleges, universities, and vocational/technical schools in the nation require students seeking […]

Breaking Down the IPS Budget and Financial Outlook

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With these rapidly changing times, Indianapolis Public Schools is working harder than ever to ensure the district maintains a balanced budget providing the best resources for students and teachers while being good stewards of taxpayer dollars. Currently, the Indiana state legislature is moving toward finalizing the next two-year education budget and there is a lot […]

COVID-19 Has Impacted Student Academic Performance Nationally and at IPS

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COVID-19 has taken its toll on every aspect of education nationwide — from enrollment to finances and even academically. It’s evident the pandemic and the inconsistency of how often students are in person vs. remote has had an impact on student achievement this year. It’s a trend that’s happening in school systems across the country.  Now, Indianapolis […]

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The Latest From Twitter

IPS Returns to 100% In-Person Learning for Middle and High School Students
PS Regresa al Aprendizaje 100% en Persona para Estudiantes de Secundaria y Preparatoria



IPS Families/Staff: Middle and high school students return to full in-person learning April 5. Watch Supt. @AleesiaLJohnson’s Weekly Video Update for details about this and more!📺👉

Experts from @myISFAA (financial aid professionals from Indiana #colleges) will be standing by at 2pm Sunday to help every family file the #FAFSA! Thank you @IPSSchools!


Are you ready for College Goal Sunday? Follow the link for more info about Indiana’s largest FAFSA filing event, which will be held virtually on March 7, 2021.


Enjoying the @TTindy #DreamBig show and all of the 💰coming into support teachers! So cool seeing our @IPSSchools teachers on the screen & sharing their incredible stories! Thank you, @TTindy! #TeamIPS #IPSProud 💙