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Remaining Stronger Together Through a Crisis

April 29th 2020

A lot of schools started implementing e-learning days over the past few years mainly to deal with a bad weather day here and there, never knowing they’d have to use them for three months straight due to a pandemic. We reached out to our INPEA member schools to see how they’ve been coping with their […]

Statehouse Express Episode 7

February 17th 2020

John Elcesser breaks down what happened at the Statehouse during the sixth week of the Indiana legislative session and addresses bills that could affect our non-public schools. With less than a month left to go in this session, we still have a lot to do!

The Statehouse Express Episode 5

February 3rd 2020

Welcome to the fifth episode of the Statehouse Express! In this episode of our podcast, John Elcesser talks about the fourth week of the 2020 legislative session here in Indiana and runs through the bills and activity that could potentially affect non-public schools. He also touches on some of the fun events hosted in Indianapolis […]

The Statehouse Express Episode 4

January 27th 2020

Welcome to the fourth episode of the Statehouse Express! In this episode of our new podcast, John Elcesser talks about the third week of the 2020 legislative session here in Indiana and runs through the bills and activity that could potentially affect non-public schools.

The Statehouse Express Episode 3

January 21st 2020

Welcome to the third episode of the Statehouse Express! In this episode of our new podcast, John Elcesser talks about the second week of the 2020 legislative session here in Indiana and runs through the bills and activity that could potentially affect non-public schools.

The Statehouse Express: Episode 2

January 13th 2020

Welcome to the second episode of the Statehouse Express! In this episode of our new podcast, John Elcesser talks about the first week of the 2020 legislative session here in Indiana and run through the bills and activity that could potentially affect non-public schools.

Recapping INPAC 2019: Magic, Music and Rejuvenation

November 12th 2019

This year’s Indiana Non-Public Administrator’s Conference (INPAC) was a record breaking success in more ways than one! We surpassed the number of attendees and sponsors from several years past, and were told my many that this was the best INPAC they’d ever attended. We welcomed about 370 people to the Renaissance North Hotel in Carmel […]

School safety bills include plans, funding for state’s private schools

April 24th 2019

This post originally appeared in The Criterion on March 29, 2019. John Elcesser was a school superintendent in West Virginia on the day that changed everything. He doesn’t recall locked doors in his school facilities prior to April 20, 1999, and he certainly never dreamed of the need for active shooter drills. But the Columbine High […]

Introducing Julian Peebles, Director of Advancement

January 31st 2019

Indiana Non-Public Education Association is excited to announce the hiring of Julian T. Peebles as part-time Director of Advancement. During the last 25 years, Julian has served as president and CEO of two excellent non-public schools, Cathedral High School in Indianapolis (where he graduated and subsequently sent his own kids to school), and Cardinal Spellman […]

INPEA Executive Director Wins National Award

March 26th 2018

John Elcesser, executive director of the Indiana Non-Public Education Association, will be recognized with the Leonard F. DeFiore Parental Choice Advocate Award at the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) Convention in April. This award honors a person or organization that has demonstrated outstanding leadership in promoting full and fair parental choice in education. The right […]