William Penn School 49

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IMPORTANT – All school campuses will be operating on a two hour delay today, February 20th. ... See MoreSee Less

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REMINDER- No School this coming Monday, February 18th in honor of Presidents Day. Classes resume Tuesday, February 19th. ... See MoreSee Less

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Today, sixth graders were learning to line dance in Physical Education. How fun! ... See MoreSee Less

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đź’™Candy Grams will be on sale next week. See the photo for details. đź’ś ... See MoreSee Less

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Honored and proud to join @IndyMayorJoe, @SusanWBrooks and Judge Sarah Evans Barker to celebrate and greet every new citizen today. Reminder that one of our greatest strengths as a nation is our diversity. https://t.co/YvwgDbVFfS

“Farewell to Franklin...” WP has an awesome group of educators that love what they do... #tigers #myIPS @IPSSchools @JesseJPratt @SpecialEd_IPS

WP is a special place with dymnamic students and families!

My girl @annette_buttle said she was not fighting over pencils ✏️ with kids and went next level! What’s your next level for students? How do you show you are.... #CrazyAboutKids #NAPLC2018
#WhyITeach #WhyIChooseToLead

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

Welcome Friends & Families

Welcome Back Students!

We look forward to another great school year!

We are privileged to welcome your child to our school. It is our goal to provide each child with a safe and loving environment so they can learn and mature appropriately.

We look forward to a year full of new friendships, energizing challenges, strong relationships, great successes, positive choices, and increased learning. We are all excited about the great things happening at our school.

Karen Linn

Principal, William Penn School 49

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