Students who participate in the Arsenal Technical High School international travel group have logged a lot of miles and seen a lot of cultures over the last few years. This year plans are already underway for a Spring Break trip to Greece, Italy and Spain. Four students are officially signed up. Another seven are potentially coming on board.
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Asante Children’s Theatre honored Patricia Payne as the recipient of their 2014 Living Legend Award on September 25 as a part of their third annual Legacy Cabaret fundraiser.
On September 12, the 2nd grade classes at Wendell Phillips School 63 held a Grandparents Day. Sixty students invited their grandparents (and parents) to visit their school, join in some activities and see what goes on in their classrooms.
Even in a school district as large and diverse as Indianapolis Public Schools, the diversity represented by Carl Wilde School 79 families and staff this year is impressive.
Indianapolis Public Schools is proud to announce the launch of a transformative partnership with strong local companies. The IPS Business Alliance pairs our 11 priority schools with champions from the business sector to foster growth in our buildings facing the toughest challenges.
Parents and students are shaping the future look of IPS/Butler University Laboratory School 60. The outdoor spaces at Lab School are getting a makeover, and the school community is weighing in on the changes.
The classrooms of Gambold Preparatory High School will be empty September 5th and 8th – but the students aren’t skipping class! Gambold Prep’s traveling classroom is headed to Butler University for a unique learning experience.
"Perhaps you will learn from this that books are sacred to free men for very good reasons, and that wars have been fought against nations which hate books and burn them. If you are an American, you must allow all ideas to circulate freely in your community, not merely your own."
At IPS, we understand parents are key to the success of students. And with the parent-focused positions unified under Federal and Special Programs this year, we want to welcome the rich resource of talent our parents represent in all our schools!
Students in Tiffany Deegan’s fourth grade classroom at James Russell Lowell School 51 are learning about genetics in a unique way.