Midtown COVID-19 Update – September 2020

September 3, 2020 0

Since March, Indy Midtown Magazine has posted regular updates about local response to the public health emergency. This post archives all September 2020 updates. August updates, July updates, June updates. May updates. April updates. March […more…]

Midtown COVID-19 Update – August 2020

August 2, 2020 0

Since March, Indy Midtown Magazine has posted regular updates about local response to the public health emergency. This post archives all August 2020 updates. July updates, June updates. May updates. April updates. March updates. August […more…]

IPS Classes Begin Aug. 17

July 10, 2020 0

Updated July 18. In reaction to Governor Holcomb’s July 15 announcement that the state will remain in Phase 4.5 for two more weeks, The Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners voted at its annual […more…]

Midtown COVID-19 Update – July 2020

July 2, 2020 0

Beginning March 14, 2020, Indy Midtown Magazine has posted regular updates about local response to the public health emergency. This post archives all July 2020 updates. June updates. May updates.  April updates. March updates. July […more…]

Educational Resources

April 16, 2020 0

Educators, parents, and students adapting to changes in education brought on by the public health emergency can benefit from these helpful resources: E-LEARNING SUPPORT AYS, Inc. (formerly At-Your-School Child Services, Inc.) is expanding its current […more…]

Monumental Effort Gets Kids Moving

August 11, 2019 0

by Jim Grim When former Shortridge High School athletics director Kathy Langdon ran the Monumental Marathon for the first time seven years ago, she saw a great opportunity for students. Little did she know then […more…]

Bob Behning: ‘Dollar Law’ Changemaker

July 1, 2019 0

by Thomas P. Healy Indiana Rep. Bob Behning (R-91), a long-time advocate of education reform, authored House Enrolled Act 1641, which modified the state’s “Dollar Law.” Behning took time during a trip to China with […more…]

BRHS: Worth More Than $1

April 14, 2019 0

by Thomas P. Healy The most recent public meeting to discuss the future of the Broad Ripple High School (BRHS) property followed a predictable pattern: A standing-room-only crowd viewed a series of slides crammed full […more…]

School 43 in Transition (Again)

April 10, 2019 0

by Jim Grim What began as another leadership vacancy at a school in the heart of Midtown reflects a deeper crisis, according to close stakeholders. It’s déjà vu for parents, educators, and community supporters of […more…]

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