North Judson-San Pierre teachers will soon have to pay a bit more to buy breakfast at school. The school board has already voted to keep student meal prices the same for the coming school year, but Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin says the Department of Education had an error in calculating the adult breakfast price.Continue reading
For the second year in a row, lunch prices are going up at Knox Community Schools. A ten-cent increase was approved by the school board Tuesday.Continue reading
The Knox School Board will consider the retirement of Athletic Director Phil Owens tonight. He plans to retire at the end of the month, according to the advance meeting agenda.Continue reading
North Judson-San Pierre’s student meal prices and textbook fees will stay the same for another year. The cost of lunch at the junior/senior high school will remain at $2.50, while elementary school students will pay $2.30. The student breakfast price is $1.50.Continue reading
Lunch prices are going up at Eastern Pulaski Schools. The school board Monday approved a required increase for the 2019-2020 school year, according to Superintendent Dan Foster.Continue reading
The Culver School Board is expected to decide tonight whether to put an operating referendum on the November ballot. In an operating referendum, school districts ask voters for permission to raise property taxes up to a certain amount over a period of up to eight years. That money is then used to help fund teacher salaries and educational programs. Continue reading
The Knox School Board is expected to hire a new assistant principal for the elementary school tonight. Cory Masson is being recommended for the position, according to the advance meeting agenda. Continue reading
The West Central School Board members took action last week to approve breakfast and lunch prices for students and adults for the upcoming school year.