We are privileged to welcome your child to our school. It is our goal to provide each child with a safe and loving environment so they can learn and mature appropriately.

We look forward to a year full of new friendships, energizing challenges, strong relationships, great successes, positive choices, and increased learning. Our staff is excited about the great things happening in our building.

George W. Julian Staff

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Greetings IPS Families and Staff!
During tonight’s Board Action Session, the IPS Board of School Commissioners approved the recommendation from district administration to begin the 2020–21 school year with 100% remote learning for all district students when school starts Aug. 17.
This approval means in-person learning will be delayed until at least Oct. 2, which will allow more time for the number of COVID-19 cases in Marion County to stabilize and decrease to a less dangerous level.
From the beginning, we’ve said IPS would remain flexible and respond to the changing data with an emphasis on the health and safety of students and staff as our top priority.
To ensure district students can participate in our remote learning plan, all students will receive a device for the new school year. Students in Grades Pre-K–2 will receive an iPad; students in Grades 3-12 will receive a Chromebook. A MiFi mobile hot spot device will also be available to families who do not have access to internet service.
The district will also implement student support strategies designed for specific student populations to help during remote learning. Those strategies, which are still being developed, will include:
• Learning Hubs
• A Student Support Network
• In-Person Related Services
Please know the decision to recommend full remote learning for all students for the beginning of the school year was incredibly difficult to make, given what we know is at stake for our students. Ultimately, we believe this decision is in the best interest of our students, staff and families.
Additional details about the student support strategies, the 100% remote learning plan, including information about device distribution and district meals, will be provided soon to families and staff.
Thank you for your time and your patience during this time.
Aleesia Johnson
Superintendent
Indianapolis Public Schools
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George W. Julian Family,

As you may have heard the IPS school board voted on Saturday, July 18th, to postpone the opening of school until August 17th. The district is continuing to monitor the state and local response to the COVID-19 environment and adjusting their plans to ensure the safe return to school in whatever form families choose. At this time the start date has changed, but all other aspects of the plan remain the same.
As a result, our George Julian families have additional time to decide whether e-learning or
in-person school is best for their children at this time.
Things you can anticipate from George W. Julian 57:

• Supply Lists (by Monday, July 20th)
• Class Lists (by Wednesday July 22nd)
• Family Handbook (by Friday, July 24th)
• Dates and Times for Virtual Open House (by Friday, July 24th)
• New Parent Meeting (on Wednesday, July 29th )

If you have any questions we can be reached at 317.226.4257 or email me directly at campbelc@myips.org.

All the Best,
Chanté R. Campbell
Principal, George W. Julian 57
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