The Eastern Pulaski School Corporation will likely wait another year to upgrade its parking lots and sidewalks. Continue reading
Eastern Pulaski Elementary School has gotten nearly $20,000 for literacy programs. Superintendent Dan Foster says the grant from the Pulaski Alliance for Community Education will mainly be used to help with programs for first- and second-graders. Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Board has signed on to an agreement formalizing the school corporation’s use of Winamac’s park facilities. Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Board has approved the list of summer school courses to be offered at Winamac High School. Superintendent Dan Foster says physical education and economics classes will be offered this year. Continue reading
Winamac Community High School is looking to change its grade point scale. Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Board has decided to move ahead with some of the projects planned with money left over from the corporation’s recent renovation project. Continue reading
Extensive building renovations at the Eastern Pulaski Schools are almost finished. Superintendent Dan Foster anticipates substantial completion by mid-October, which is mostly on schedule. He says the elementary is down to cleanup work and putting the finishing touches on the fifth grade classroom and restrooms. Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Board did not adopt a final design for the proposed $14 million building renovation project when they met last night. Superintendent Dan Foster says around 80 percent of the final design is complete.
The Eastern Pulaski School Corporation has been selected by Purdue University to take part I a new program. The Center for Instructional Excellence is designed to better prepare prospective college students in high school for the next level of education. Continue reading
The ADM, or Average Daily Membership, count for all schools in Indiana is Friday, Sept. 12 and administrators are urging all students to be in school on that day.
It’s imperative that students show up for school as an official enrollment will be taken which will be given to the state. It’s that enrollment count that will determine how much money the state will give each school per student for operating costs.
Doors will open to students next week at our area school corporations.
Oregon-Davis School Superintendent Greg Briles explained that some teachers have been training with Apple representatives to better understand how they can provide a more effective use of the technology that is available in the buildings. Briles said a back to school event is set for Monday.
“On Monday evening from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. CT, we are having what we are going to start calling a traditional cookout,” said Briles. “We’ll have hot dogs, hamburgers, chips, iced tea, lemonade, and water for everybody if they’d like to come out and join us. They can go through the buildings. If any of the children want to bring their supplies in prior to the start of school on Wednesday, this would give them an opportunity to meet their teacher and get their supplies in there so they’re not having to carry everything on the school buses the first day.”
The price for lunch at the cafeteria at the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation will be going up slightly.
Superintendent Dan Foster said the increase was in line with federal guidelines.
“We did increase our cafeteria lunch prices again. We have to get up to that two-dollar-and-fifty-three cent limit or something like that so we begrudgingly increased our cafeteria lunches ten cents.”