Over the weekend, students and families at George W. Julian School 57 got together to create an “Ofrenda” for Day of the Dead that will be displayed at the Indiana State Museum.
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Shortridge Magnet High School for Law and Public Policy is celebrating a big win, as the Lady Blue Devils are IPSAC golf champions! This is the second year in a row these talented ladies have taken home the conference title.
James A. Garfield School 31 parent, Hope Rodgers, can’t help but rave about the listening that occurred in Indianapolis Public Schools conducted earlier this year.
Indianapolis Public Schools is happy to announce an expansion of the Kids Riding Bikes program at Gambold Preparatory Magnet High School! Nine13sports is partnering with the Indiana Air National Guard to bring their popular program back to Gambold Prep.
In reflecting on the past year of School Board action, Board Secretary Hannon and Board Commissioner Sam Odle both agreed that the work collectively done by the Board of School Commissioners and Superintendent Dr. Lewis D. Ferebee has been squarely focused on students.
Starting September 11, some Riverside School 44 fourth graders are going to be riding something other than the bus after school.
It’s been a busy year for the new Indianapolis Public Schools! The Governance Team consists of all Board members and Superintendent Ferebee, they have made some great changes over the past year. We have a new brand and a new attitude toward five-star service that has the district heading in an exciting direction.
Both James A. Garfield School 31 and Thomas D. Gregg School 15 are working with Mighty Lotus to offer yoga and mindful meditation to their students this year.
No matter what project our Indianapolis Public Schools governance team is tackling, their first thoughts are always with our students. That’s why the listening tour was such an important part of their first year with us. Dr. Ferebee and his leadership team wanted to learn first-hand what matters most to our students.
Students at Brookside School 54 are spending their afternoons running around the playground. But this isn’t your typical after-school activity. This is kickball.