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Posted: 11:14 PM, Mar 11, 2020
Updated: 2020-03-12 17:31:51-04
INDIANAPOLIS — As concerns of the COVID-19 outbreak grow, schools, organizations and events are being canceled or suspended.
Here’s what has been canceled or suspended so far in Central Indiana:
- Avon Community Schools is closing all schools in the district until March 20 as a precaution after a students tested positive for the virus. Click here for more info.
- The Orchard School is closing also closing through April 13.
- Park Tudor will close Thursday and will remain closed until after spring break. The goal is to reopen the school by April 13. Click here for more info.
- All Wayne County schools, public and private, will be closed until April 13. All buildings and buses will be cleaned during this time, according to the Wayne County Health Department.
- Zionsville Community Schools will have a non-student day on March 13. E-learning days will begin Monday, March 16.
- Western Boone County Community School Corporation will be on e-learning through at least March 20.
- Lebanon Community Schools will be closed March 13, and begin e-learning days on Monday, March 16. The district expects to return to normal operation on April 6.
- Greenfield-Central Schools will be closed Friday, Superintendent Harold Olin said in a tweet. It will not be considered an e-learning day.
- Southern Hancock County schools will close until after spring break on April 6. The district will use six e-learning days prior to spring break.
UNIVERSITIES & COLLEGES
- Ball State University will suspend in-person classes starting Monday and will move classes online for the rest of the spring semester. Click here for more info.
- Butler University and the University of Indianapolis will extend spring break. Classes will move online after the break. Click here for more info.
- Marian University and Franklin College told RTV6 it is continuing with in-person classes at this time.
- All Indianapolis Public Schools field trips have been canceled until April 3. Click here for more info.
- Several major universities across the country have suspended in-person classes. Click here for the full list.
- In-person classes at Indiana University have been suspended until at least April 5. Click here for more info.
- Indiana Tech has suspended in-person classes and will be moving all classes to online.
- Indiana State University go to online classes after its scheduled spring break for two weeks starting March 30.
- The Big Ten men’s basketball tournament has been canceled.
- The NBA has suspended the rest of the season after a player tested positive for the virus. Click here for more info.
- The 2020 USL Championship season, which includes the Indy Eleven, has been suspended for at least 30 days.
- Indy St. Paddy’s Day weekend events including Parade, Greening of the Canal & Shamrock Run/Walk
- Public events at the Indianapolis Public Library have been canceled through April 5. Click here for more info.
- Indiana High School Winter Winds and Winter Percussion 2020 season canceled.
- Indiana State School Music Association has canceled all music events through April 11. This includes all Junior/Middle/Elementary Concert Organization Festivals and the ISSMA State Show Choir and Jazz Finals.
- Greenwood will close its Community Center beginning at 6 p.m. Friday. It will not reopen until at least Monday, March 30.
- The Indianapolis tour date for ‘An Evening with Michael Bublé’ has been postponed. The new date for the event, which was originally scheduled for April 1 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, will be announced shortly, according to a press release.
- The Indiana Flower and Patio Show scheduled for March 14-22 has been canceled.
- All Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra concerts have been canceled until March 31.
- Until further notice, events at the Indiana State Fairgrounds have been canceled.
- Traders Point Christian Church: “Weekend Experience” will be online only
- The Archdiocese of Indianapolis is leaving the closure decisions to individual pastors.
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