Policies related to suspended students, extra pay for teachers of AP classes, and reporting inappropriate behavior by coaches were finalized by the Knox School Board Tuesday. One update requires that students who are suspended or expelled be given the chance to complete their school work.Continue reading
Policies related to suspended students, extra pay for teachers of AP classes, and reporting inappropriate behavior by coaches are just some of the proposed policies presented to the Knox School Board Monday.Continue reading
The Culver School Board has finalized book rental fees for the coming school year. Superintendent Karen Shuman says the cost will vary, depending on grade level and course selection.Continue reading
Art education is getting a boost at Oregon-Davis. On Monday, the school board accepted a $300 grant for the Art Department from the Cheryl Lyn Welter Family Charitable Foundation, as well as a $350 grant from the Northern Indiana Community Foundation to help give kindergarten teachers resources for art projects, according to Superintendent Dr. Don Harman.Continue reading
Oregon-Davis High School students will have a new Advanced Placement course option next school year. An AP English Literature and Composition class was added into the 2019-2020 Course Description Guide by the school board last week, according to Superintendent Dr. Don Harman.Continue reading
Oregon-Davis High School students will be able to take Aviation or AP Art classes next school year. The school board finalized the 2019-2020 Course Description Guide Monday. The new aviation courses will be based at Plymouth Municipal Airport and will be available to high students throughout the local area through the North Central Area Vocational Cooperative.
High school students throughout the local area will be able to take aviation classes starting next school year, according to Oregon-Davis Superintendent Dr. Don Harman. “For all of the school corporations in our vocational co-op, we are starting an aviation course at the Plymouth Airport, and that will be available to our students,” he says. “So we’re very excited about that.”
Knox middle and high school teachers are gearing up for the introduction of the Apex digital learning system. Training sessions were held last week for sixth through 12th grade teachers, according to High School Principal Dr. Elizabeth Ratliff.
Winamac High School’s alternative learning program continues to expand each semester. That’s according to Principal Rick DeFries.