William McKinley School 39

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Every student in Ms Brake’s kinder class earned smart beads for their amazing work with words during Reading block today!! ... See MoreSee Less

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We appreciate all of the JA volunteers who spent the day with us!!

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Dean Kuykendall volunteered with Junior Achievement of Central Indiana's "JA in a Day" program by teaching financial literacy to Mrs. Busch's 3rd grade class at IPS William McKinley School 39. Thank you Junior Achievement, IPSchools, and Mrs. Julie Busch for this amazing and fun opportunity!

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Doors will open at 11:05 am today (2/20)IMPORTANT – All school campuses will be operating on a two hour delay today, February 20th. ... See MoreSee Less

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5 days ago

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A very special thank you to our board members, staff and friends for teaching at IPS William McKinley School 39! ... See MoreSee Less

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76 meals delivered at the grand opening of our Caring Closet today!! @IPSSchools

Great weather for a “B day” celebration! Thanks to the students, parents and staff for their hard work. We are now a grade B school!!!

Thank you @NCAA interns for incredible the school supply donation! We are honored and humbled by your generosity! @IPSSchools #MyIPS

Proud to have the largest gain in Istep scores out of IPS! #WilliamMcKinley39 #myips https://t.co/AstJbC2v3w

We’re excited to partner with Women's Fund of Central Indiana and Marion County Health Department on a new pilot program. Give an Hour is launching a 10-week program for 5th/6th grade girls at IPS Floro Torrence School 83 & IPS Meredith Nicholson School 96 focused on social & emotional well-being. ... See MoreSee Less

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In 1927, Crispus Attucks High School opened its doors as a segregated high school. Now open to all students in Grades 9-12, it is one of our #myIPS All - Choice High Schools offering a diverse and challenging curriculum. The school is named after the first person killed in the Boston Massacre. ... See MoreSee Less

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#BlackHistoryMonth: “Meet the Artists XXXI” offers community members the opportunity to view the works of locally prominent African American artists during one of Indianapolis’ premier cultural events from January 29 - March 30 at Indianapolis Public Library: ow.ly/bgVy30nM5kB ... See MoreSee Less

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We’re excited to partner with @womensfundindy and @Marion_Health on a pilot program. @GiveAnHour is launching a 10-week program for 5th/6th grade girls at @IPSTorrence83 & @IPSNicholson96 focused on social & emotional well-being. @IndyMayorJoe @MaggieALewis @AleesiaLJohnson

In 1927, @CAttucksIPS opened its doors as a segregated high school. Now open to all students in Grades 9-12, it is one of our #myIPS All - Choice High Schools offering a diverse and challenging curriculum. The school is named after the first person killed in the Boston Massacre.

As we continue to celebrate #CTEMonth, see what @IPSSchools Post-Secondary Readiness Officer, Jennifer O'Shea (@jlbrockw) has to say about it! #investinthefuture✨ #myips

What a wonderful experience! Great job kiddo! #myIPScommunity

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Welcome Back Students!

We look forward to another great school year!

On behalf of the staff at William McKinley Elementary School #39, welcome to the 2018-2019 academic year!! We are looking forward to building a positive and productive partnership with you to ensure all of our students reach their full potential.

We understand that in order to achieve academically, students need support from both the home and school. We appreciate the vital role parents play in their child’s success; thus, we will rely on you to support our efforts at the school level. As partners, we share the responsibility for the success of all students and want you to know that we will always put students first in any decision that is made at William McKinley.

Deana Perry

Principal, William McKinley School 39

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