Metropolitan School District of Decatur Township

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The Metropolitan School District of Decatur Township is a public school district located in Decatur Township, Indianapolis, Indiana. It has an enrollment of 6,131 students in grades K-12 (one K early childhood center, four 1-4 elementary schools, two 5-6 intermediate schools, one 7-8 middle school, and one 9-12 high school).[1] There is also a charter school run by the school district, as well as an alternative school. The school district is redistricting and plans to convert Lynwood Elementary to an early childhood center. The other three elementaries and the two intermediate schools will become 1st-6th schools. The district superintendent is Don Stinson.

Programs/Philosophies/Initiatives used by Decatur Township Schools include:

  • Curriculum Mapping
  • Everyday Mathematics
  • Literacy Collaborative
  • Outward Bound
  • Professional Learning Communities

Schools[edit]

High Schools(9-12)[edit]

Middle Schools(7-8)[edit]

  • Decatur Middle School

Intermediate (5-6)[edit]

  • Decatur Intermediate Learning Center Blue Academy
  • Decatur Intermediate Learning Center Gold Academy

Elementary[edit]

  • Lynwood Elementary [2]
  • Stephen Decatur Elementary School
  • Valley Mills Elementary School
  • West Newton Elementary School

Early Childhood (K)[edit]

  • Decatur Early Childhood Center

Alternative[edit]

  • Decatur Discovery Academy

Charter[edit]

  • Decatur Enrichment Center

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Corporation Snapshot, Metropolitan School District of Decatur Township". School Data. No date. Retrieved 2008-02-17. 
  2. ^ s