IPS Superintendent Aleesia Johnson was joined by Dr. Virginia Caine, director of the Marion County Public Health Department.
IPS leaders said the salaries and benefits are a $5.2 million investment negotiated with the Indianapolis Education Association.
"We want your questions. We want your feedback and we want you concerns."
A district spokesperson on Friday said any eligible nonprofit with a civic or public purpose can participate in the process.
The archive includes images and documents covering more than 150 years of the history of Indianapolis Public Schools.
The district aims to discuss potential cost-cutting changes with parents and stakeholders.
IPS Superintendent Dr. Lewis Ferebee stopped by Daybreak Monday.
New sports may take months or years to develop at IPS and will most likely begin as club or intramural sports.
A day after releasing a proposal that would bring in another $936 million in taxes over eight years, the superintendent of Indianapolis Public Schools is explaining why the district needs this money.