Doyel: Magic at an IPS school as giants — Colts actually — build a playground

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Doyel: Magic at an IPS school as giants — Colts actually — build a playground
Doyel: Magic at an IPS school as giants — Colts actually — build a playground

Join insiders Joel A. Erickson and Jim Ayello discuss the Colts win over the Titans. INDIANAPOLIS – Kids at IPS School 56 are peeking out the window at the giant on their playground, a giant with a shovel in his hand. Not sure they recognize Quenton Nelson, the Indianapolis Colts' All-Pro guard. Positive they don't recognize the playground. Five hours ago, it wasn't here. Five hours ago, this school – also called Francis W. Parker Montessori – had a playground, but nothing so glorious as this. The economic state of IPS being what it is, the economic state of so many urban school districts in America today, it wasn't much at all: A climbing apparatus or two. A faded metal basketball goal, and

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