If you’re still weighing Christmas gift options for those local high school sports enthusiasts on your list, Northern Wells Community Schools might soon have you covered.
Norwell Middle School students soon will make up the first chapter of the National Junior Honor Society in Wells County.
The latest proposal to revamp a government program that provides discounts for Internet access and telecommunications for public schools would include a hike in consumers’ phone bills.
NWCS sets up plan to deal with Ebola
Students at Lancaster Central Elementary School hold up shoeboxes containing gifts for children around the world.
Annual event benefits Norwell’s show choir program The 11th annual designer handbag bingo event will be held Saturday morning in the cafeteria at Norwell...
School district sees health benefits as a way to make bus driving an ‘attractive’ career
The Norwell Marching Knights finished in ninth place Saturday at the ISSMA Class C state competitions at Lucas Oil Field in Indianapolis
Before marching season, members of the Norwell Marching Knights gather for an annual initiation rite.
Just four of nine public schools in Wells County received “A” grades for the 2013-14 school year, according to information released by the Indiana...
In January, the Northern Wells school board will have a new member: Peggy Eschenbacher.
School administrators and advocates of early childhood education in Wells County have kept a close eye on Gov. Mike Pence’s recent decision to back off seeking $80 million in government preschool funding for Indiana.
Norwell’s Marching Knights were judged among the top bands in the semi-state competition at Decatur Central High School near Indianapolis Saturday, and earned a berth in the Nov. 8 state finals at Lucas Oil Stadium in...
A government plan to make changes to a program that provides discounts for Internet access and telecommunications could cost Wells County schools thousands of dollars.
School leaders are trying to see the future — the portion that affects Northern Wells Community Schools, anyway.
Adherence to state-mandated rubric limits the way school board members do the job
UW’s Countdown program will expand offerings at BHES, Ossian, and Lancaster
Board members on Tuesday approved the 2015 budget for Northern Wells Community Schools.
Marching bands from Bluffton and Norwell high schools performed well in regional competition and now are one step away from qualifying for this year’s state finals.
Norwell’s Friends of the Shelter group spends time assisting animals