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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Public School August board meeting was jam-packed with parents eager for answers about the district’s ‘Rebuilding Stronger’ plan. The plan would address academic performance, enrollment, and financial issues facing the district. “Our resources are finite. We know we are operating on a systems level. So the actions that we take do […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A federal judge has ruled that Indianapolis Public Schools must allow a 10-year-old transgender girl to play on a girls’ softball team pending further litigation, challenging a state law that bans transgender girls from participating on K-12 girls’ sports teams. The preliminary injunction was issued Tuesday by U.S. District Court Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson. It prevents […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis Public Schools is now offering new resources for those who want to be tested for COVID-19. The district announced Wednesday two of its schools are now open for PCR and rapid testing. Testing will be available by appointment from 6:30-10:30 a.m. and 3-7 p.m. Monday through Friday at Arsenal Technical High School, […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis Public Schools will host a drive-thru Back-to-School Festival Monday, July 19, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 4 to 6 p.m. at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. The event will be held in the Polar Bear Parking Lot, located on Illinois Street just north of 32nd Street. The entrance to this lot is […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A major shift is coming next school year for Indianapolis Public Schools. IPS teachers will be focused next fall solely on teaching in-person as the district wants to shift remote learning to two charter schools that offer online academic programs. District leaders expect most students will return to in-class learning in the fall, […]

Indianapolis Public Schools begins forums on Monday to explain its new transportation plan coming in the fall. WRTV hears from the point person on the plan, Zach Mulholland, in the video above.

Kristian sits down with Karen Vaughn to discuss her new role as President, her local and global goals for the Madam Walker Legacy Center, and empowering the community through entrepreneurship.

IPS partnering with IndyGo to roll out new transportation proposal

The Indianapolis Public School system is adding crossing guards at some spots near schools, and at the same time encouraging some children to walk to school, if they live close enough to do so.

For the first time since March, some IPS students will be making their way back into the classroom.

During remote learning, Indianapolis Public Schools is still offering free meals to its students.