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Saturday, April 20, 2024



Culinary cookoff celebrating family, fun and food

You could find kids, families and food inside the gymnasium of Brookside School 54 Thursday, April 11 for their 3rd annual culinary cook off.

IPS hosting groundbreakings for athletic field upgrades 

Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) hosted its first of six Rebuilding Stronger groundbreaking ceremonies on April 9 at the Broad Ripple Middle School athletic field.  

All-girls charter school approved by City-County Council to open in Washington Township

By SYDNEY DAUPHINAIS The all-girls charter school Girls IN STEM Academy is planned to open in the former Witherspoon Presbyterian Church. City-county officials approved the...

Dan Wakefield’s legacy

Dan Wakefield didn't swear on Sundays. He hadn't owned a car since an accident in Miami over fifteen years ago. He enjoyed good company...

City-County Council to vote if charter school opens in Washington Township as opposition grows

By ERIC WEDDLE This article was co-published by Chalkbeat Indiana and WFYI as part of a partnership to increase coverage of township school districts in...

Hoagies and Hops feeds leaders of tomorrow with National Cheesesteak Day fundraiser

Hoagies and Hops, a Philadelphia-style eatery in the heart of the Butler Tarkington neighborhood near the intersection of 40th Street and Boulevard Place, is...

Thank you, Indianapolis!

The recent 2024 NBA All-Star game demonstrated to many Indianapolis residents and a national and global audience the positive attributes of Indianapolis Public Schools....

Bringing the music back home

Indianapolis music legend, Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, partners with music education nonprofit, Music Will, to bring no-cost music education program to Indianapolis schools Indiana’s own Kenneth...

Bill clarifies exemption to law requiring districts to give closed buildings to charters for $1

By AMELIA PAK-HARVEY New legislation moving through the Indiana Statehouse could put an end to the legal battles over the controversial state law that requires...

Hoosier hurdle: Indiana targets top ten in FAFSA completion

The Indiana Higher Education Commission announced their statewide 2024-2025 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completion goal.
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