Today, the Indiana State Board of Education made the right decision to return Emma Donnan Middle School, Emmerich Manual High School, and Thomas Carr Howe Community High School to the…
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IPS Superintendent Aleesia Johnson released the following statement after the Indiana State Board of Education voted 6-2 to return all three schools to Indianapolis Public Schools.
When the IPS tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. begins at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 17, at Crispus Attucks High School, it will be the 39th year the district has dedicated time to honor the man who gave his life to achieve equality for all.
Indianapolis Public Schools laid out its plan for Emma Donnan Middle School, Emmerich Manual High School and Thomas Carr Howe Community High School during a press conference on Saturday, Jan. 11, at the Central Library. The three former district schools were taken over by the state in 2012.
Indianapolis Public Schools laid out its plan for Emma Donnan Middle School, Emmerich Manual High School and Thomas Carr Howe Community High School during a press conference on Saturday, Jan.…
The Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) Board of School Commissioners elected its leadership for 2020 at Monday night’s annual Board Organization Day meeting.
The Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners convened for its Board Review Session Tuesday, Dec. 17, and Board Action Session Thursday, Dec. 19. Topics included a report on Innovation Network School applicants, Innovation renewal agreements and a Student-Based Allocation (SBA) policy review.
Please see our district statement regarding today’s vote by the Indiana Charter School Board in response to ReThink Forward’s application for charters for Emma Donnan Middle School and Manual and Howe High Schools.
More than 130 nominations were received for the Superintendent’s Advisory Councils. The deadline for submissions was Dec. 2.
More than 70 IPS students received their high school diplomas during the district’s Summer Graduation ceremony on Sep. 11 inside Anderson Auditorium at Arsenal Technical High School. The annual program is hosted for students who complete their graduation requirements after the summer school session. This year’s program included graduates from Arsenal Tech, Crispus Attucks, George Washington and Shortridge high schools.