IPS will launch its Home Learning Plan on Thursday, April 9. Details coming soon.
In an effort to continue to keep our students, staff and families safe from COVID-19, which has been classified as a pandemic, Indianapolis Public Schools is closed for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year by executive order of Governor Holcomb. This includes all IPS schools, childcare services, health services, athletics, enrichment and after school activities.
While we understand the hardship that closing the entire district will have on many of our most vulnerable families, the health and safety of our students, staff and families is our primary concern.
This decision has not been made lightly, but it has been made to help mitigate and slow the spread of COVID-19 throughout our community. This is an unprecedented health crisis and we must rely on the wisdom and guidance of our public health departments and authorities.
For more details on home-based learning, meals and other services the district and our community partners are providing during this time, please check out the Latest News section below.
Latest News on COVID-19 From IPS/Últimas noticias sobre COVID-19 de IPS
A Message From Superintendent Aleesia Johnson Regarding School Closures Amid COVID-19 Response
IPS families and staff with school-related questions about COVID-19, please send them to COVIDTaskForce@myips.org.
Familias y personal de IPS con preguntas relacionadas con la escuela sobre COVID-19, envíenlas a COVIDTaskForce@myips.org