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.
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board is preparing for fiscal year 2016.
A special budget work session meeting was held on Wednesday night where school Treasurer Guy Richie presented year-over-year comparisons. The school corporation is anticipating about $8-million in General Fund expenditures for 2016 – a much reduced figure from the $11-million expended during 2012. Continue reading →
Knox Community Schools Superintendent A.J. Gappa says he plans to fulfill what remains of his contract.
Gappa spoke with WKVI News after it was learned he was provided written notice of non-renewal. That means members of the Knox School Board voted not to further extend the contract they have with the Superintendent during their meeting, Monday.
An investigation is ongoing after an incident at North Judson-San Pierre High School on Friday morning.
Police are just now releasing details about the incident after they were notified by employees of the school around 8:00 a.m. on Friday. A list of missing items is still being compiled. Continue reading →
Ancilla College has signed an agreement with St. Joseph’s College that can allow students to transfer credits.
The two colleges are members of the Northern Indiana Catholic College Consortium and allows St. Joseph’s College to work with Ancilla students when attempting to complete an associates degree or four-year degree. Continue reading →
Students at North Judson-San Pierre Elementary School had the chance to learn about health and cancer prevention, last week.
Students in each grade level participated in the American Cancer Society’s “Relay Recess” program. The event takes cancer education to the classroom by recognizing those afflicted with the disease and teaching students about charitable causes. Continue reading →
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board better defined some priorities when it comes to using their technology.
School corporations around the state are required to maintain an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) to protect schools, but also define how students and faculty can use the technology provided to them. Continue reading →
The Culver School Corporation is preparing itself for reduced funding levels.
Now that the state of Indiana has determined new school funding formulas, the Culver School Corporation stands to lose revenue. Many rural school districts are facing a similar predicament due to reduced student populations. Continue reading →