Amelia Pak-Harvey

Amelia Pak-Harvey

Reporter, Chalkbeat Indiana

Amelia Pak-Harvey is a Reporter for Chalkbeat Indiana. She previously worked as a city reporter for the Indianapolis Star, an education reporter for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and an education reporter for the Lowell Sun in Lowell, Massachusetts. She graduated from Boston University and is originally from North Carolina.

The school hasn't yet found a location on the west side. Two other charters in Indianapolis meanwhile, still plan to open in the fall.

District officials want instruction to be more consistent across school buildings. Staffing will be a challenge.

The district also plans to merge its Simon Youth Academy with another alternative education program at Arsenal Technical High School.

The Indianapolis charter school on the far eastside recently celebrated its new food lab and launched a culinary club, which hopes to take inspiration from a civil rights story.

The awards are funded by a $12.5 million trust set up by an anonymous donor couple.

The play will show throughout All-Star Weekend, highlighting how one Indianapolis Public Schools basketball team made history as the nation struggled with civil rights.

The demand is the latest development in an ongoing divide between IPS and the charter school community.

The website includes examples of “inappropriate” lessons or policies in 13 Indiana districts and one university, but districts say those are inaccurate.

The new metal detectors make Lawrence Township the second district in Marion County this school year to announce school security enhancements.