Some Eastern Pulaski school administrators have had their contracts extended by a year. Last week, the school board voted to extend the contracts of Elementary School Principal Jill Collins, Middle School Principal Ryan Dickinson, and Athletic Director Bill Ball through June of 2021, according to board documents. Board members also agreed to add 10 days to the contract of incoming High School Principal Jeremy Tucker.Continue reading
Inspiring elementary school students to stay active is the goal of the Winamac High School Athletic Leadership Council’s annual Junior Warrior Day. The Eastern Pulaski School Board had a chance to learn more about the effort from Athletic Leadership Council President Jillian Brumm and Vice President Blake Bailey, ahead of last week’s event.Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Board welcomed a new member last week. Aaron Campbell took the oath of office at the start of last week’s meeting, along with recently-reelected members Joe Cunningham and Tim Rausch.Continue reading
In the wake of last month’s fatal school bus accident, the Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation may be retiring the number 16 as a bus number. The school board will consider a resolution tonight prohibiting the use of the number 16 on any of the corporation’s buses, out of respect for those affected by last month’s accident.Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Board approved one-year contract extensions for the corporation’s principals and athletic director Monday. High School Principal Rick DeFries, Middle School Principal Ryan Dickinson, Elementary School Principal Jill Collins, and Athletic Director Bill Ball are now under contract through June of 2020.
The Eastern Pulaski School Board will consider contract extensions for the corporation’s principals and athletic director during today’s meeting. Continue reading
The resurgence of Winamac’s Little League program, along with the success of Winamac High School’s softball team, have led to scheduling headaches at the Town Park. Waylon Burke with the Pulaski County Little League told the Winamac Park Board Monday the league has grown a lot over the past three years, with participation reaching levels not seen since 25 years ago.
Winamac High School students have the chance to learn some valuable career skills while helping the school’s athletic department. Athletic Director Bill Ball discussed the school’s new Athletic Internship Course with the Eastern Pulaski School Board Monday.
The Eastern Pulaski School Board has removed Kyle Johnson from his coaching positions. During a two-minute special session Thursday, board members narrowly voted to cancel Johnson’s athletic contracts.
The three principals in the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation all received contract extensions from the school board this week, but they may not know for awhile how much extra compensation is included. Continue reading
Winamac Community Middle School will add a new athletic program for girls to the 2017 spring sports schedule. The Eastern Pulaski School Board last night unanimously approved the addition of softball for 7th and 8th grade girls. Superintendent Dan Foster told the board he’s confident the corporation can do it but added “it won’t be perfect the first year.” Continue reading