The North Judson – San Pierre School Corporation has their work cut out for them, but all indications are they will end this fiscal year in the black.
Tuesday night’s school board meeting brought with it a packed house and a few observers wondering what the school corporation’s plans are following the defeat of a referendum designed to temporarily increase the property tax levy. Continue reading →
The Knox School board, in a divided decision, voted to continue with its current property casualty insurance provider, First Source Bank, Liberty Mutual. It had heard a presentation from a school cooperative provider of insurance last month.
The Oregon-Davis school corporation may soon be on a search for a Superintendent of its own.
Current Superintendent Greg Briles says he intends to submit a letter of resignation that is expected to become official at the school board meeting on November 16th. Briles was offered a position as Superintendent with the Delphi Community School Corporation. Continue reading →
A local school corporation has started the search for a new Superintendent.
North Judson-San Pierre announced on Monday that Lynn Johnson will be retiring from her position on December 31st of this year. Johnson has been vocal during her tenure as Superintendent about issues facing education in the Hoosier state.
The Oregon-Davis School Corporation is assessing its options following the resignation of one of its school resource officers.
The positions were created two years ago with the help of grant funds to aid in the enhancement of school safety. Kyle Hinds, one of the resource officers accepted a position outside of the area. Continue reading →
The Eastern Pulaski School Corporation hopes to open a public hearing on its budget during a meeting this evening.
A hearing has been scheduled to review the budget figures for fiscal year 2016. Capital projects plans for the next two years will also be discussed. Eastern Pulaski has been working for some time to upgrade its school facilities.