Our expanded online learning opportunity for students in kindergarten through eighth grade is up and running! Read more about Achieve Virtual Elementary and Achieve Virtual 7-8, our newest effort to ensure we serve all learners. Achieve Virtual is still accepting

The MSD of Wayne Township has worked with the Marion County Public Health Department and the Indiana Department of Health on guidance for protocols for the return to school on July 28 for the 2021 – 2022 school year. Several

For more than a decade, members of the Wayne Township community have been planting and harvesting at the Westside Community Garden on Washington Street. The gardens are a joint project of the MSD of Wayne Township and an organization called

Nearly 1,500 Wayne Township students earned diplomas, certifications or U.S. citizenship in 2021, and their accomplishments were celebrated in graduation ceremonies on June 5 and 7. Our Adult Education Program provides the opportunity for students to earn their High School

The MSD of Wayne Township is creating a new online learning opportunity for kindergarten through eighth grade. Achieve Virtual K-6 and Achieve Virtual 7-8 will be up and running for the 2021-22 school year. “Though we expect most students to

Want to work with fantastic students and amazing staff? Then join us for our Wayne Township Schools Job Fair! “This is a great opportunity for people who would like to be on the same schedule as their school-age children, and

Dr. Patrick Biggerstaff, director of career and technical education for the Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township, has received the 2021 Tom Paul Outstanding Director Award. This award comes from the Indiana Association of Career and Technical Education Districts (IACTED).
MSD Wayne Assistant Superintendents John Taylor and Cheri O’Day-Marcotte are helping establish a scholarship fund that will recognize student scholarship, citizenship, and community service. “The Taylor-Marcotte Legacy Scholarship Endowed Fund is being created to continue the tradition of excellence that
Takuma Sato and Tony Kanaan, both previous winners of the Indy 500, paid a visit to McClelland Elementary on May 26.  As part of an Indianapolis Motor Speedway Community Day, the two drivers answered questions from fourth-grade students, led them
Dr. Denita Harris (pictured left) and Dr. Elizabeth Walters will join MSD of Wayne Township Superintendent Jeff Butts’ cabinet beginning in July. Dr. Harris will assume the newly created position of Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer for the district.