The Knox School Corporation is preparing for the start of classes in August.
Pulaski County schools may soon be cooperating with the Sheriff’s Department to increase safety and improve communication.
When the Knox School Board met Monday night, it accepted the retirement of Kindergarten teacher Sue Wendel, effective August 1, 2016. Bus driver Charity Becker; Head Varsity Cheer Coach; Becca Stacy, and Junior Varsity Cheer Coach, resigned effective this month.
The interim superintendent with the North Judson – San Pierre school corporation says they are still in the assessment phase of their plans when it comes to readjusting their finances.
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board has agreed to take part in a program that they hope will reduce the likelihood of truancy among students.
Staff and students at the Knox Community School Corporation are once again attempting to help those less fortunate.
The North Judson – San Pierre School Board will be meeting Tuesday for the first time since November’s General Municipal Election.
Although not explicitly listed on the agenda, budget issues related to the failure of a temporary property tax levy referendum are likely to be addressed during the 7:00 p.m. meeting.
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 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.
A new program is helping certain students at Eastern Pulaski Schools better learn information if they’ve fallen behind.
The Knox School Board will be awaiting decisions by the Department of Local Government Finance prior to finalizing a capital improvements list.
Law enforcement was unable to locate any illicit substances during a lockdown drill this morning at Knox High School and Middle School.
The Culver School Board will be discussing the Monterey Building at their upcoming meeting.
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.
Despite rumors on social media, the Knox School Corporation says there was not a lockdown of the High School on Thursday.
An incident Friday morning at Knox Middle School prompted school officials to disallow students outdoors during the school day.
During last night’s meeting, members begrudgingly approved a Reduction in Force notice for two positions. Reductions in Force are often proposed as a temporary measure to reduce costs while awaiting additional revenue, but can be permanent.
The Eastern Pulaski School Corporation is looking to develop and fund alternative education opportunities for students.
During Monday night’s School Board meeting, Eastern Pulaski board members considered an Early Entrance/Developmental Kindergarten program. The area has an underserved population of children who may need additional socialization skills.