In implementing the PT2020 Strategic Plan, the important theme of “Connecting Classroom, Campus and Community” has emerged and encompasses many of the key pillars of the plan.

Increasingly, Park Tudor is pursuing programs and partnerships that can create shared value for our students and school, as well as the broader Indianapolis and even global community.

Indianapolis Screenings of “Most Likely to Succeed”

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Year three of the Innovators Institute summer program will kick off this month with two Indianapolis¬†screenings of “Most Likely to Succeed.” This acclaimed film offers an inspiring look at what students and teachers are capable of – if we have the vision and courage to transform our schools. Directed by acclaimed documentarian Greg Whiteley, the film has been an official selection of two dozen of the world’s top film festivals, including Sundance, Tribeca, and AFI…

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Holiday Gratitude

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By Erin Nixon, Middle School Counselor The holiday season is upon us, and while this can truly be the most wonderful time of the year, it can also produce a fair amount of stress. The holiday to-do list can seem endless, and frequent disruptions to routines can be difficult for both kids and parents alike. We all know that the holidays should be an opportunity to relax and count our blessings with family and friends….

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Helping Our Neighbors with a School-wide Food Drive

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Thanks to all the students and parents who made our school-wide food drive a success! Together, from JK to US basketball fans, Panthers gave: 70 jars of peanut butter 50 jars of jelly 53 boxes of cereal 11 bags of staple food pantry donations 481 cans of green beans 410 cans of fruit cocktail 376 bottles of pancake syrup 264 cans and bottles of soups, pasta, jellies, and fruit Thanks to the JK, a new…

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Park Tudor Habitat for Humanity House Dedicated

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The Habitat for Humanity house co-sponsored by Park Tudor was dedicated on December 2. Thank you to everyone who supported the build by donating and/or volunteering. A special thank you to Bea Bowlby and Lily Erickson, who led the fundraising efforts; to Treasurer John Davis; to Noelle Enkema and the Student Council officers who attended the dedication; to Shelby Hart, who read the Invocation at the dedication ceremony; to Jonah Katz, who delivered the House…

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PT Attends National Diversity Conferences

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By Joyce Tucker, Assistant Director of Admissions Park Tudor faculty and Upper School students will be attending the NAIS People of Color Conference (POCC) and Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC) in Atlanta, GA, December 7-10. The theme this year is Advancing Human & Civil Rights: Fulfilling The Dream. Park Tudor’s first Diversity Coordinator, Dr. Rhonda Graves, attended POCC in 2002 in Providence, RI. While she didn’t take students to the conference that year, she knew…

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