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New Pandemic EBT program for Families with children who receive free or reduced-cost lunches/Nuevo programa de EBT pandémico para familias con niños que reciben almuerzos gratis o de costo reducido

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Attention Families Receiving Free and Reduced-Price School Meals: Families with children who receive free or reduced-cost lunches at school qualify for a new Pandemic EBT program The Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer Program (P-EBT) provides temporary funding to address emergency food needs for families affected by the pandemic. P-EBT food assistance benefits will go to Indiana […]

IPS Changes Grading Scale Due to COVID-19 Home Learning Period

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In an effort to ensure that IPS students are not negatively affected by the COVID-19 Home Learning period, the district has been sharing how Quarter 4 grades will be calculated. (Please note that normal grading practices do not fit our current circumstances.) Quarter 4 grades will be calculated as follows: GRADES K–8: Will not have […]

May Board Action Session Will be Livestreamed Due to COVID-19 Guidance

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Due to COVID-19 guidance from state and local public health officials regarding minimizing the risk of community spread of the Coronavirus, the Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners has made several changes to the May Board meetings. The Agenda Review Session, scheduled for Tuesday, May 26, has been canceled. The Board Action Session, scheduled for Thursday, May […]

Indianapolis Public Schools Hires Chief Academics Officer

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Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) has named Warren Morgan, Ed.D., its new Chief Academics Officer. Morgan will support all aspects of the Curriculum & Instruction, Performance & Continuous Improvement, Postsecondary Readiness and Unified Student Supports teams.  Among other things, he will build the capacity of teachers, support personnel and school administrators to implement effective instructional programs […]

IPS Schools to Remain Closed Through June 30, Per Governor Holcomb’s Executive Order/Las Escuelas de IPS Permanecerán Cerradas Hasta el 30 de junio, Según la Orden Ejecutiva del Gobernador Holcomb

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IPS Families: In a continued effort to keep all families updated on the changes due to COVID-19, we want to share some important information and reminders. Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett announced a plan to slowly reopen Marion County starting Friday, May 15. While restaurants, non-essential retail and other businesses will start to resume operations, all […]

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Today, donations to @DonorsChoose projects posted during the coronavirus pandemic are doubled! Join us in supporting our amazing students and teachers.


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The May Board Action Session will be held virtually tonight and livestreamed on our Facebook page.

Click the link below for more info.


Register NOW for TONIGHT’S Parent Institute: Session 5, Securing Essential Resources During COVID-19.
Join IPS & community partners as they share tips on how families can secure food, housing & employment to create a more stable home life.


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