Concord partners with over 100 organizations to provide best-practices, high-quality and specialized programs, activities, and resources to Southside residents.

Partner Schools and Enrollment Information

Concord’s before- and after- school program serves students at five southside elementary schools. Two-way transportation is provided by either Concord or the schools.

IPS #46 Daniel Webster
1450 S. Reisner Street, 46221
317-226-4226

IPS #31 James A. Garfield
307 Lincoln Street, 46225
317-226-4231

IPS #34 Eleanor Skillen
1410 Wade Street, 46203
317-226-4234

Christel House Academy South
2405 Madison Avenue, 46225
317-226-2200

South East Neighborhood School of Excellence (SENSE)
1601 Barth Avenue 46203
317-423-0204

Concord’s school-aged youth development program schedule follows the IPS academic calendar. Full day care, including intersession and summer breaks, will be provided according to their out-of-school schedule.

Southside families whose students attend other south-side schools are welcomed to enroll and attend full-day programming on days that it is provided. Contact Paula Richter-Hayes at prichter@concordindy.org or 317-637-4376 to enroll.

Enroll in a partner school: To enroll your child in a partner school, please visit Enroll Indy. If you would like to enroll your child in an IPS neighborhood school but live outside the recognized boundary area, please reach out to the school directly.

Education and Academic Enrichment

Indianapolis Public Library


Early Childhood Development

Bright by Text offers essential information to promote healthy development through the early stages of life.

Homework Help
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology’s AskRose Homework Help is a free math and science tutoring service for students in grades 6-12. Students can call 877-ASK-ROSE, email, video, or chat live with a friendly tutor to work through and better understand homework assignments.

Adult Literacy
IndyReads offers adult literacy, HSE diploma, and ELL classes. For more information about Indy Reads, call 317-384-1496 or fill out this online form.


Health and Recreation

Area Parks | IndyParks

Garfield Park features a sunken garden, walking trails, playgrounds, basketball courts, and an outdoor swimming pool. Several covered shelters are available for private events. The Park is also home to the MacAllister Amphitheatre, the Garfield Park Arts Center, and the Burello Family Center. The Garfield Park Farmer’s Market runs from May to October. Garfield Park:  2345 Pagoda Drive 46203| Phone: 317-327-7220

Kelly Park: Located next to Concord, Kelly Park is a neighborhood pocket park featuring a playground, walking paths, exercise equipment and a covered shelter. 1300 S. Meridian Street 46225

The Irsay Family YMCA at CityWay


Basic Needs Assistance

Concord works to connect Southside families to a variety of resources, including:

  • CCDF and On My Way Pre-K vouchers support working households with childcare tuition assistance
  • Marion County Energy Assistance Program is a seasonal program, offered from October to May, that provides financial assistance to eligible households through utility credits and shut-off protection.
  • IndyRent is a rental assistance program for tenants that have been affected by COVID-19.
  • The Family Social Services program maintains a list of area food pantries and vetted landlords. These lists are updated regularly.
  • The Center Township and Perry Township Trustee Offices provide basic needs assistance to families in Concord catchment’s area

Concord’s Family Social Services staff is available to help Southside families apply for these programs and access additional resources.