Small acts of community service from a large group can truly make a difference, which is why IPS is proud to be a part of the annual community service movement, Indy Do Day. Running from October 1-3, Indy Do Day is a community day of service where residents of Indianapolis take care of their neighbors and neighborhoods through various acts of community service. There are various levels for commitment and participants have the ability to be creative in how they’d like to give back. We are committed to the well-being of our community and we urge everyone in the Indianapolis area to join us in our efforts to give back to our city.
Indianapolis Public Schools has eight service projects, lead by our schools that you can participate in. Three of the eight service projects have already been filled, be sure to register before you miss the opportunity!
Many schools need support in the library to help organize and Lexile their books. Lexile is a measuring system that matches the reader to the proper level of reading challenge. This measure provides a clear way to monitor a student’s progress toward college and career readiness. Others offer opportunities that allow a more hands on approach; they will need assistance in sprucing u playgrounds and gardens. Check out the many opportunities to give back t our community and support IPS students!
Christian Park School 82 – Friday, October 2 from 9am–3pm
at 4700 English Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46201
Eleanor Skillen School 34 – Friday, October 2 from 9am-3pm
at 1410 Wade Street, Indianapolis, IN 46203
Anna Brochhausen School 88 – Friday, October 2 from 12pm-3pm
at 5801 E. 16th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46218
Charles W. Fairbanks School 105 – Friday, October 2 from 12pm–3pm
at 8620 Montery Rd., Indianapolis, IN 46226
Center for Inquiry School 84 – Friday, October 2 from 9am-2pm
at 440 E. 57th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46220