Following the departures of Oregon-Davis High School’s principal and assistant principal/athletic director, their duties may be absorbed by some existing staff members. Superintendent Dr. Don Harman presented an administrative restructuring proposal to the school board and dozens of community members Monday.Continue reading
Superintendent Dan Foster attended his final school board meeting at the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation Monday evening.
After serving at EPSC for 3 years as an Assistant Principal and 6 years as Superintendent, Foster will be returning to his alma mater Southeast Fountain in Veedersburg.
Eastern Pulaski school officials are making sure they’re prepared for potential emergencies. Superintendent Dan Foster says they recently finished creating “reunification totes.”Continue reading
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board members plan to reorganize next month.Continue reading
Knox City Council members will hold a discussion over licenses and business registrations when they meet tonight. They will also be presented with a resolution to transfer funds.Continue reading
Oregon-Davis High School may soon see some changes to its leadership. The school board is scheduled to hear a presentation on the restructuring of the 2019-2020 high school administrative staff, during a special session tonight.Continue reading
More than $1,000 was recently raised for the Winamac Middle School Athletic Department in memory of Owen Abbott. Superintendent Dan Foster says the donation was officially accepted by the Eastern Pulaski School Board last week.Continue reading
North Judson-San Pierre School Board members recently took action to ensure that the corporation will continue to receive supplies and services in the coming school year.Continue reading
Winamac officials want to hear from residents about a potential future investment that would be utilized to commemorate lost loved ones.
During the last few Town Council meetings, members have been discussing the possibility of putting a columbarium in the Winamac Town Cemetery.Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members were provided with a financial update related to their water project when members met Monday night.Continue reading
North Judson-San Pierre Schools just completed their first year with e-Learning and in order to gauge the community’s response, school officials asked teachers, students and parents to provide some feedback about how it went.Continue reading
Eastern Pulaski’s auditorium is getting a new sound system. The school board Monday approved the purchase of more than $20,000 of equipment, including installation costs, from Jubilee Sound.Continue reading
When North Judson-San Pierre School Board members met Tuesday, they were informed about the results of a recent walk-through at the elementary school.Continue reading
An update on the North Judson’s wastewater treatment plant project was provided to Town Council members when they met Monday night.Continue reading
Knox officials are taking steps to secure grant funding to help eliminate a dilapidated structure from Main Street.Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Board Monday approved upgrades to the schools’ security camera system. According to information presented to board members, the current system doesn’t have capacity for any more cameras. It also only allows five people to use the system at a time, which could become a safety issue if police need to view the live feed.Continue reading
Eastern Pulaski School Superintendent Dan Foster is planning to resign. In a notice to the school board Wednesday, Foster said, “It is anticipated that I will be resigning my position as superintendent of Eastern Pulaski effective June 28, 2019 to lead another district.”Continue reading
The entryway widening project at Wythogan Park is expected to get started once the busy season ends.Continue reading
The calendar for the 2019-2020 school year was approved by North Judson-San Pierre School Board members Tuesday night.Continue reading