Net Literacy, a student-founded digital literacy program, is giving Indianapolis Public Schools students a chance to speak out against online bullying and share their strategies for staying safe online.
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George W. Julian School 57’s participation in the annual Irvington Halloween Festival spans decades.
SUPER School 19 is all about being active, and students are making their mark on a unique, human-powered art project! SUPER School students recently helped a local artist with a public art installation coming to their neighborhood.
Indianapolis Public Schools is proud to team up with Eli Lilly and Company for an innovative service project. Hundreds of Lilly employees are using their Day of Service to help IPS students complete a valuable health assessment.
As Halloween nears, we want to ensure students stay safe while having some spooky fun. There are plenty of fun events to celebrate the holiday, but it’s important to put safety first.
Principal Carole Wilson Frye of Clarence Farrington School 61 is featured in a video produced by Eli Lilly and Company focusing on education initiatives Lilly sponsors in Indianapolis.
Students at Indianapolis Public Schools Meredith Nicholson School 96 are smart in more ways than you think. SMART at Meredith Nicholson stands for Student Movement Against Rude Treatment.
Michele Whaley, Social Worker at James A. Garfield School 31, will start a peer mediation program in late October. The program will train 6th, 7th and 8th grade students to be peer mediators who can help younger students with conflicts resolve their differences. It’s work she has done for three years. She believes peer mediation is a powerful tool used in creating a peaceful school climate.
The Eleanor Skillen School 34 media center received a renewal over Fall Break thanks to a Giving Sum grant that the Paws and Think organization was awarded.
As National Bullying Prevention Month continues, Indianapolis Public Schools students are taking part in workshops to help keep our schools bully-free. The Social Health Association of Indiana is bringing their “Step Up for Kindness” program to many of our schools.