A boost in teacher requirements will make it tougher to offer college courses to area high school students
Strike up the band
When Southern Wells athletic director Ben Mann raced across the football field at the end of the first quarter on the high school golf cart, sideline worker...
Bryce Bonewit was crowned king and Megan Fiechter queen at Friday night’s homecoming ceremonies at Southern Wells.
A proposal to expand the federal Head Start program is drawing concern from providers.
Kennedy Rhodes believes her future is in education.
Here’s the poop: Southern Wells may not be sending its sewage to Montpelier anytime soon.
Problems surrounding the state’s ISTEP+ test and A-F accountability grades will again be front-and-center at a meeting of the State Board of Education Wednesday in Indianapolis.
It is a scene that is not uncommon.
Local educators say they will welcome a shorter ISTEP+ test next year, but concerns remain over whether other issues surrounding the test could still affect students and schools.
A decision by state lawmakers to cut funding for a school safety grant program could affect schools in Wells County. The Indiana Secured School Safety Grant program was put in place in 2013, and offered $20 million to...
Mandatory registration gives insight into what students need
Aug. 20 is not a “hard and fast” deadline to decide whether or not Southern Wells schools should hook up to a new sewage plant at Montpelier, Superintendent Jim Craig said following a regular meeting of the school...
With a new school year in full swing, district administrators are now working to put together 2016 budgets.
During a work session at Southern Wells Wednesday evening, Superintendent Jim Craig laid out the costs of two options to solve the school complex’s sewage woes — and a third to try and keep the current plant running...
Classrooms filled up Wednesday with Northern Wells, Southern Wells students
The news Wednesday that there were more problems surrounding the state’s ISTEP+ test was unsurprising to local educators.
Getting water from Montpelier was put on hold by members of the Southern Wells Community School Board early Tuesday morning.
Indiana is hot.
Local school districts have a smaller pool of applicants to pick from