The fall harvest isn’t just for farms – crops are abundant in the gardens at Indianapolis Public Schools this month. Many of our schools have gardens tended by our staff and students, providing educational growth in many ways.
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Check out our list for some great ways to enjoy fall break!
Are you ready to create a groundbreaking new school for our community? The Mind Trust is accepting applications for the second round of the Innovation School Fellowship; it’s open to all talented, hard-working leaders!
Some of the city’s smallest chefs-in-training are at Rousseau McClellan School 91. Pre-school and kindergarten classes are wrapping up a study of apples, and they whipped up some culinary delights to celebrate.
Francis Bellamy Pre-School Center teacher, Terri Perkins received a grant from Forum Credit Union today in the amount of $2,500.
One group of dedicated high school students spent National Bullying Prevention Month preparing to help their younger counterparts in Indianapolis Public Schools. Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School is home to the Peace Crew, a group of 15 students trained to be mentors to our elementary school students.
The Bus Buddies at Indianapolis Public Schools Louis B. Russell School 48 are teachers and staff that all volunteered when asked by Principal Liz Mcnamara to partner with one of the school’s buses for the year and serve as liaison, cheerleader and first point of contact for that bus and its students every day.
Over 2,000 students from across the Midwest will visit Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School on Thursday evening.
Congrats to the Shortridge Blue Devils football team on their sectional win!
Washington Irving School 14 Principal Karen Hastings noted that the key to dealing with bullying lies in making it more visible to address. An important piece to making bullying more visible is to increase the number of students who are comfortable reporting the behavior they see that might be bullying.