Rise & Shine: Governor honors teacher injured in Noblesville school shooting

Good morning,

Keeping with the trend of the weekend (and the past few weeks, frankly) we’ve got some more breaking news:

Superintendent Lewis Ferebee is set to leave Indianapolis Public Schools to take the top district spot in D.C. in January. While most of the folks we talked to weren’t surprised, some said it was a concerning time for the district to lose its leader, even one whose administration has not been without controversy.

Below, we have more details on today’s announcement from D.C., and some lookback on the legacy Ferebee brings with him to our nation’s capital.

— Shaina Cavazos, reporter

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BREAKING: Lewis Ferebee will be the next chancellor of D.C. Public Schools, officials announced Monday, leaving a leadership hole at IPS. But his departure isn’t a complete surprise. Chalkbeat, IndyStar

WHAT TO EXPECT: As Ferebee transitions to his new role in D.C., here’s some of the legacy he leaves in Indianapolis. Chalkbeat

HONOR: Gov. Eric Holcomb has given one of the state’s highest honors to the teacher shot at a Noblesville middle school earlier this year. Fox 59

WORKING AHEAD: Purdue University is giving high-schoolers a chance to earn college credits in a one-week class. WISH-TV