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How do you continue to provide needed meals for students who are learning at home during the COVID-19 pandemic? The MSD of Wayne Township Child Nutrition Services Department has found a way. “We believe that an important part of academic

A grant just received by the MSD of Wayne Township from the Indiana Department of Homeland Security will help the district continue to employ two student resource officers at Ben Davis High School. The grant, part of the Secured School

It began with one act of service, and blossomed into a dedication to the Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township that has lasted more than 50 years. Phyllis Lewis, the longest serving school board member in the state of Indiana,

Masks on the bus and in the schoolhouse. Hand sanitizer and hand washing, often. Dots on the lunchroom chairs students are allowed to sit on, so social distancing can occur. These are just some of the new routines students and

August 11, 2020 With our educational environment in the midst of a sudden transition to increased online learning, teachers have access to a new resource. “The Perfect Blend,” by MSD of Wayne Township Director of Virtual and Blended Learning Michele

For new students to the MSD of Wayne Township, click here to learn about the registration process for the 2020-21 school year.

The MSD of Wayne Township has created an online process to begin kindergarten registration for the 2020-21 school year. Below you’ll find a link to an online account request form to get the process started. Any child with a legal

Thanks to CARES act funding administered by Governor Holcomb’s office, MSD Wayne received 10,000 face masks on July 8 for the upcoming school year. MSD Wayne staff will be wearing masks when we reopen our buildings for the 2020-21 school

With the beginning of the 2020-21 school year fast approaching, and the COVID-19 pandemic still with us, the Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township is working to make sure students are able to do schoolwork online. MSD Wayne is offering

Superintendents for the eleven school districts in Marion County have sent a letter with important information regarding the return to school for the 2020-21 academic year. View the letter here.