Enrollment at the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation is down slightly over this time last year. The official student count turned in to the state last month is 1,231.5. Superintendent Dan Foster says that’s a decline of 1.5 students. The state counts kindergarten students as .5. The fall and spring student counts determine how much state money each corporation gets. Foster shared that information with the Eastern Pulaski School Board Monday evening.
The board also approved the superintendent’s contract as presented. It includes a base salary of $108,000 and a generous benefits package. The new contract took effect Oct. 14th and is effective through June 30th, 2017. Read the contract terms here: http://www.epulaski.k12.in.us/wp-content/uploads/super.pdf.