IPS seeks schedule input

October 6, 2010

Indianapolis Public Schools is looking for your input into a proposed calendar change.  The state’s largest school district wants to move to a “balanced” calendar. The new schedule would include nine weeks of school, followed by a three-week break. Summer break would be reduced from 10 weeks to just five. Public meetings are now being held across the district to gather opinions from parents and students. The first is at 7 p.m. Wednesday night at Arlington Community High School. The next will be Oct. 14th at Broad Ripple Magnet High School.