Indiana is hot.
Local school districts have a smaller pool of applicants to pick from
Registration next week at Norwell; the following week at Bluffton, Southern Wells
School board members on Monday moved forward with plans to implement e-learning at the Bluffton-Harrison Metropolitan School District.
Proposed changes to Indiana’s high school graduation requirements call for students to take more math classes and earn additional credits.
A pitch for a one-year change to the state’s A-F school accountability system could be a tough sell, despite the support of many educators across Indiana.
State Board of Education members will weigh options Wednesday for school A-F accountability for 2014-15.
Four Wells County schools are among those chosen this week by the U.S. Department of Education to showcase students’ “achievement and hard work.”
It is a successful program, one that is growing and aims to help prepare children to enter kindergarten.
Wells County schools are dealing with recent wet weather and flooding, though they have, for the most part, escaped its most damaging effects.
Local educators are hoping a new initiative at Bluffton-Harrison Elementary School will highlight efforts to help students with special needs learn.
A switch to a new digital workflow system will increase efficiency and make teachers’ Web-based interactions with students more user-friendly, Northern Wells Community Schools leaders say.
School districts have a variety of projects planned and under way.
Renovating the main entrance at Bluffton High School.
The Bluffton-Harrison Metropolitan School District board on Monday voted to approve e-learning, making it the second school district in Wells County in days to OK a virtual option for its students.
A promise made, a promise kept. Although she had to pause a moment to say it, Bluffton High School senior Shelby Boyle explained how a sixth grade student who...
For two hours Thursday, Bluffton High School seniors crossed the stage inside the school’s cafetorium to accept scholarships and congratulations from school...
Bluffton High School Principal Steve Baker will not be appointed to the State Board of Education.