A George Washington Community High School volleyball player is raising the bar for sportsmanship in our community.
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This is the first year that elementary school teams can participate in the Indy VRC Robotics Competition sponsored by Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Cold Spring teacher John Stevenson jumped at the chance for Cold Spring to be involved.
The seventh running of the Indianapolis Monumental Marathon (IMM) is November 1, and once again, Indianapolis Public Schools is playing a big part. With over 1400 students running and over 300 volunteers, IPS is more involved than ever before.
The agenda was full for the October 21 meeting of the Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners as the Board held a joint briefing/action session to share information and vote on action items.
The students at Floro Torrence School 83 are currently running their way through Tennessee. Well, sort of.
Indianapolis Public Schools congratulates Sarah McAfee, Community and Parent Coordinator at James A. Garfield School 31, on having been named a 2014 Action for Healthy Kids Healthy School Hero—one of only twelve in the country and the only one in Indiana!
If you’re a high school student with a great idea to improve people’s lives using science, technology, engineering and math, we have a contest for you! Bright House Networks is backing a nationwide STEM competition, and your awesome idea could become a reality.
Fourteen Indianapolis Public Schools student athletes were honored at the NCAA Coaches Luncheon today. The annual awards ceremony is part of the events surrounding the Circle City Classic.
Indianapolis Monumental Marathon participants are in for a treat this Saturday. Over 375 student athletes and all nine high school bands will volunteer along the race course, helping with set-up and directions, and providing entertainment!
Indianapolis Public Schools is proud to debut a brand new mobile app for the public. The new app offers complete customization for family and community members. The app is available for FREE in the App Store or on Google Play. Search for “myIPS” or Indianapolis Public Schools” to download.