Registration is now open for this school year’s second semester at Achieve Virtual 9-12. Achieve Virtual is Indiana’s only public virtual high school operated by a local Indiana school district. Students have the option to accelerate learning, recover lost credits,

Robey Elementary teacher Natasha Patterson has been named the Hazel Feldhusen Outstanding Teacher of the Gifted for 2021. The award is given to one Indiana teacher each year by the Indiana Association for the Gifted. The association presents the Hazel

Garden City Elementary’s students now have a renovated media center! The College Football Playoff (CFP) Foundation and the 2022 CFP Indianapolis Host Committee hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the renovated center, now a “makerspace,” November 17. Funding from the CFP

Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett used Rhoades Elementary as the backdrop for a November 18 news conference to announce a city-wide street reconstruction project. The mayor joined the Indianapolis Department of Public Works to announce the street locations receiving funding for

Brian Kendall, athletic director for Chapel Hill 7th & 8th Grade Center, has been named Indiana’s Junior High/Middle School Athletic Administrator of the Year by the Indiana Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (IIAAA). Mr. Kendall was nominated for the award by

Once again this year, students and staff in the MSD of Wayne Township are collecting donations of food so those in need may enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving meal. Organized by Ben Davis High School Senior Class Sponsor Melissa Edwards, the

Five schools from the Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township have joined Verizon Innovative Learning. This education initiative addresses barriers to digital inclusion and is a key program under Citizen Verizon, the company’s responsible business plan for economic, environmental and

The Ben Davis Marching Giants have been named the Best High School Marching Band in Indy by Fox 59. The news station held a vote of its viewers during the week of October 25. The Marching Giants learned Thursday, October

Leaders of a project funded by the U.S. Department of Education (USDOE) have added Wayne Township Adult Education’s career training initiatives to their list of innovative practices. The project, called Advancing Innovation in Adult Education, is led by Manhattan Strategy

The West Side Chamber of Commerce sponsored a forum on Friday, September 24 featuring superintendents of the three school districts on the west side of Indianapolis. The forum featured MSD of Wayne Township Superintendent Jeff Butts; MSD of Pike Township