An updated drug testing policy for bus drivers was finalized by the Culver School Board Monday. The policy was approved on second reading, at the recommendation of Superintendent Karen Shuman.Continue reading
Residents have the chance to weigh in on Culver Community Schools’ proposed facility updates during a public hearing tonight. The project would include new roofs, as well as the potential purchase of real estate, equipment, and technology.Continue reading
Local school corporations are updating their policies, when it comes to employees’ use of social media. Policy revisions were introduced during last week’s Knox and Culver school board meetings.Continue reading
The Culver Community Schools Corporation is a step closer to letting students take religious education classes for credit. Last year, the Indiana General Assembly approved an update to state law that lets public secondary schools award academic credit for religious instruction offered by a church or similar organization, if the school board adopts a policy allowing it.Continue reading
The Culver Community Schools Corporation may soon allow students to take religious education classes for credit, following a recent change in state law.Continue reading
Changes in school bus safety regulations and a number of other laws are prompting the Culver Community Schools Corporation to update its policies. Superintendent Karen Shuman says a list of recommendations from policy consultant NEOLA was presented to the school board last week.Continue reading
How school staff members get paid for eLearning days is the subject of a policy update finalized by the Culver School Board last week. Superintendent Karen Shuman says the policy revision gives more options to various types of hourly employees.Continue reading
The Culver School Board finalized an update to the corporation’s debt collection policy Monday. Superintendent Karen Shuman said school officials have been reevaluating the way they go about making sure people resolve their negative account balances.
Parents of Culver Community School students may soon be asked to provide input on the school’s strategic plan.
Superintendent Karen Shuman said that when school board members met this week, they discussed the possibility of holding a public session in order to gather community feedback about the strategic plan. Continue reading