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Congratulations to Shanea Kelley of Westlake Elementary, who was recently selected as an Indianapolis Equity Change Agent with Teach Plus.  Led by Teach Plus Indiana, the Indianapolis Equity Change Agent Network will bring together teacher leaders from across the city’s

On Sunday, Nov. 20, the Indiana Association of School Principals (IASP) recognized Aretha Britton, Principal at Rhoades Elementary School in MSD of Wayne Township, as the 2022 State Elementary Principal of the Year. Britton was honored at the annual IASP

Congratulations to Dennis Goins, a Ben Davis High School teacher, who was recently announced as a member of the 61st Men’s Induction Class to the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame.  Dennis Goins played for Coach Larry Angle and was a

Garden City Elementary student Orondtondi Greyhat is featured on the largest mural in the U.S. The Glass City River Wall, which is painted on a canvas of 28 grain silos at the ADM grain facility on the east bank of

Ben Davis High School and Area 31 Career Center have been awarded the 2022 Purple Star Designation in recognition of their commitment to service members, veterans, and students and families connected to our nation’s military. Schools awarded the Purple Star

Congratulations to Area 31 Career Center Instructor Danny Camden! The Indiana Association for Career and Technical Education has named him its 2022 Teacher of the Year. Mr. Camden is a Ben Davis High School alumnus and teacher at the automotive

Congratulations to Ben Davis High School Speech Teacher Gary Peters! On Friday, September 9, Mr. Peters was inducted into the Indiana Schools Speech and Debate Association (ISSDA) Hall of Fame. This high honor comes just a few months after receiving

Congratulations to Rhoades Elementary Principal Aretha Britton! The Indiana Association of School Principals has named her its District 7 (Marion County) Elementary Principal of the Year. Ms. Britton has provided leadership as Rhoades’ principal for four years. We’re proud of

Dr. Jeff Butts, superintendent of the Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township, is part of the second cohort of the Fellowship for Public Education Leadership. The executive leadership program is run by The Broad Center at the Yale University School

What are the things that push us forward? Conversely, what forces are pulling us down? As we kick off our strategic planning process here at M.S.D. of Wayne Township, these questions are top of mind. It’s an exciting time to