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Welcome Families

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 Washington Carver Team

Latest News

Our Middle School futsal team is warming up for some morning games at Northwest today! Go Griffins! ⚽️🥅 See MoreSee Less
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Today is our Dine to Donate at Rooster’s Kitchen!roostersindy.com/ Call in and pick up a meal 11am-9pm, let them know you’re supporting GWC 87 when you dine-in or carryout, and 15% of your order will be donated back to our school! We truly appreciate your support, and Rooster’s Kitchen’s partnership! See MoreSee Less
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Tomorrow, December 2nd, we have a Dine to Donate at Rooster’s Kitchen! roostersindy.com/ We are excited to announce that this will be a repeating dine to donate and will happen the first Thursday of each month! Call in and pick up a meal 11am-9pm, let them know you’re supporting GWC 87 (or use code GWC87 if you order carryout online), and 15% of your order will be donated back to our school! We truly appreciate your support, and Rooster’s Kitchen’s partnership! See MoreSee Less
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Lower Elementary students are studying portraits and how artists can make them realistic or abstract. They learned the basic proportions of the human face and colored the drawings using crayons with skin tones and hair colors. For the abstract portrait, students used the collage technique to build their face with colored papers. See MoreSee Less
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Our #87 staff participated in professional development yesterday with staff from Xavier University Montessori Institute and IPS instructional coaches. They explored extensions for Montessori math materials, and read and discussed articles related to engagement versus participation. See MoreSee Less
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