Dear IPS Families and Community: I’m sitting in my home trying to come up with the right words to express how I’m feeling after bearing… Read More »A Special Message from Superintendent Aleesia Johnson
Please see our district statement regarding today’s vote by the Indiana Charter School Board in response to ReThink Forward’s application for charters for Emma Donnan Middle School and Manual and Howe High Schools.
More than 130 nominations were received for the Superintendent’s Advisory Councils. The deadline for submissions was Dec. 2.
The Indiana State Board of Education (SBOE) voted 8–1 Wednesday, Dec. 4, to approve a resolution directing Charter Schools USA (CSUSA) to pursue a charter to continue operating Emma Donnan. This was another landmark in the events surrounding the status of three former IPS schools scheduled to exit state takeover in June 2020.
Note: This column by IPS Superintendent Aleesia Johnson originally appeared in the Dec. 1 edition of The Indianapolis Star.
It was announced that Superintendent Aleesia Johnson was selected as one of five chiefs to join the bipartisan network of state and district education leaders known as the Chiefs for Change.
IPS parents, alumni, staff, students and the community are invited to join the IPS Leadership Team to learn about the district’s six strategic priorities during a series of town hall meetings hosted by the IPS Board of School Commissioners.
Join Indianapolis Public Schools for the 6th Annual Showcase of Schools! This year’s event is on a new date, at a new time, and in… Read More »Find Out Why Families are Choosing IPS at the 6th Annual Showcase of Schools
Indianapolis Public Schools requested support from IMPD yesterday at Shortridge High School due to an altercation that took place among students inside the building. The… Read More »District Releases Important Announcement
On Monday, August 5, IPS principals and staff greeted students at the front doors of their schools, interacted with scholars during breakfast and lunch, answered… Read More »Success! Students, Staff Had Productive First Day of School