*Please Note: Updates will be made as more sites become available.

Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) has partnered with local community organizations to open Student Support Network sites in select IPS facilities throughout the district.

The partner-run sites will offer a safe and structured place for IPS students to attend when families need a supervised environment for their children during remote learning. Some sites are open; other sites will continue to open on a rolling basis.

Off-Site Student Support Network Partners opening Nov. 23:

  • Irsay Family YMCA- Full Day eLearning Care, 430 S Alabama St, Indianpolis, IN 46225, (317) 771-1453 – Registration Available

“With more than 31,000 students in IPS, we know that some families — due to work issues and various other reasons — will need a dedicated and supervised place for students to go during the day,” said IPS Superintendent Aleesia Johnson. “We work with dozens of community partners throughout the normal school year, so it was easy to identify those that have the existing relationships and the ability to assist our most vulnerable students and families.”

Sites will adhere to the CDC, local and state COVID-19 guidelines, including social distancing; daily and frequent cleaning throughout the day, including high-touch surfaces and areas; and frequent handwashing and hand-sanitizing stations. Masks are also required.

IPS parents/guardians will need to register their students in advance and arrange for transportation to and from the Student Support Network site they attend. IPS transportation will not be provided.

More details about the Student Support Network locations, registration links and associated costs will be announced in the coming days.