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
Officials with the USDA Child Nutrition Program have told Southern Wells that it’s not charging enough for school lunches.
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.
A fried well water pump and a floating tank left members of the Southern Wells School Board a little frazzled Tuesday night.
School districts have a variety of projects planned and under way.
Well before her granddaughter walked across the dais Sunday afternoon to accept her high school diploma, Sheena Hamilton’s eyes were watery.
Southern Wells Elementary School teachers, continuing a long-standing tradition, wave goodbye
Southern Wells Treasurer Vicki Andrews has been named the Indiana Association of School Business Officials Treasurer of the Year.
The Bluffton/Southern Wells Dollars for Scholars program handed out 98 scholarships Sunday afternoon with a combined value of $62,200.
At least 86 percent of Wells County third-graders passed the state’s standardized reading test this year, according to preliminary data released Friday.
Final funding projections included in a biennial budget passed by state lawmakers this week include funding increases for school districts in Wells County.
It is the home stretch for the Indiana General Assembly, and lawmakers are poised to finalize big decisions this week that will affect schools.
Due to disruptions, one NWCS school will use paper ISTEP+ test