The driver of a truck that crashed into an Eastern Pulaski School Corporation bus on U.S. 31 in Marshall County will not be charged in the case.Continue reading
A decision on the issue of criminal charges for the driver in a fatal school bus crash in Marshall County in December will be announced Friday afternoon.Continue reading
Students in the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation are taking the pledge to stop and look when it comes to school bus and student safety.
The Eastern Pulaski School Corporation’s school bus drivers will be providing training on bus safety to all students who ride the bus and the rest of the student body.
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation could have a strategic plan in place within the next couple months. Superintendent Dan Foster says the strategic planning committee has been making progress.
The bus fleet at the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation recently went through the inspection process with the Indiana State Police with a positive result, as reported by Superintendent Dan Foster.
Upgrades to the parking lot at the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation are ongoing as well as concrete work.
Wednesday marks the first day a declaration of candidacy may be filed and several Pulaski County positions will be up for election this year.
Seats are open for Circuit Court and Superior Court Judges who each serve 6-year terms. Elections will also be held for the 4-year terms of Prosecuting Attorney, Clerk of Courts, the Sheriff, Assessor, Surveyor, Coroner and Commissioner for District #3. All registered voters can vote for these positions and may also cast a vote for the delegate to State Conventions. Continue reading
Several local schools will be hosting various events tomorrow in honor of Veterans Day.
Eastern Pulaski Elementary School will hold their program at 8:30 a.m. ET while Winamac High School’s event will commence an hour later at 9:30 a.m. ET
Oregon-Davis Junior/Senior High School is hosting a breakfast Friday morning. Doors will open at 8:15 CT and breakfast will be served at 8:30 a.m. Following that, their program will commence at 9:45 a.m. sharp. Continue reading
Winamac High School seniors will soon participate in a newly-installed work ethic certificate program.
The Eastern Pulaski School Corporation’s application for the program was accepted by the Department of Workforce Development to join the Governor’s Work Ethic Certificate Program. The program is designed to connect employers to their local school district to create a collaborative partnership that benefits the community.
Winamac residents will finally be able to play pickleball in the town park. Pickleball is a racket sport, with smaller dimensions and equipment than tennis.
The Winamac Park Board is ready to apply for grant funding for the town’s swimming pool rebuilding project, but it’s under some time constraints. Continue reading
Eastern Pulaski School Corporation officials say a man tried to talk a couple of students into his vehicle this morning while they were waiting for their bus. Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board will meet for its regular monthly meeting tonight. Other than Park Manager Dave DeLorenzo’s monthly report, no specific discussion or action items are listed on the advance agenda. Continue reading
Community members will have an opportunity to see firsthand the recent renovations at Winamac Community Middle and High Schools Monday evening. An open house will take place there from 5:30 until 6:30 p.m. EST. Continue reading
Students at the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation are learning how to protect themselves from child molestation and inappropriate behavior. Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board continues to evaluate the town’s relationship with the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation. While the schools use the Town Park for some athletic activities, there’s no formal lease agreement between the two entities. Continue reading
Enrollment is down over last year at the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation. Superintendent Dan Foster says the fall student count figure is now official. Continue reading
This November, Indiana students will be taking part in a mock election. But before that, some of them will have the chance to play an active role in a gubernatorial town hall meeting. Continue reading