Cracked asphalt continues to be a concern for Eastern Pulaski school officials. The pavement apparently began cracking a few months after last year’s $2.4 million project.Continue reading
Superintendent Dan Foster attended his final school board meeting at the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation Monday evening.
After serving at EPSC for 3 years as an Assistant Principal and 6 years as Superintendent, Foster will be returning to his alma mater Southeast Fountain in Veedersburg.
Two out-of-state field trips were approved by the Eastern Pulaski School Board when they met Monday night.Continue reading
Eastern Pulaski school officials continue looking for answers, after cracks began forming in the newly-repaved parking lots.Continue reading
Just a few months after a major paving project at the Eastern Pulaski Schools campus, some of the asphalt is already starting to crack.Continue reading
Crews are putting the finishing touches on the Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation’s summer paving project. “The asphalt and concrete is pretty close,” Superintendent Dan Foster says. Continue reading
A recent fund raising event helped raise nearly $2,000 for the Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation.
When school board members met on Monday, they accepted a donation from Jim Dobson Ford. Superintendent Dan Foster said the dealership held a “Drive-4-Ur-School” fundraiser over the summer and raised a total of $1990. Foster said that money has been earmarked for school safety.
Members also accepted a $250 donation from Gibraltar Design. Continue reading
Pulaski Memorial Hospital will provide athletic training services to Eastern Pulaski Schools, in exchange for advertising opportunities at school athletic events. Under an agreement conditionally approved by the school board Monday, hospital employee Destiny Crawford will serve as the school corporation’s athletic trainer for the 2018-2019 school year.
The Eastern Pulaski School Board set meal prices and textbook rental fees for the 2018-2019 school year, during Monday’s school board meeting. Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Board has approved transfer student guidelines for the 2018-2019 school year. The school corporation will let students living out-of-district transfer into Eastern Pulaski schools until March 1, 2019, according to Superintendent Dan Foster.
Changes to standardized testing have Eastern Pulaski Elementary School updating its technology. The school board Monday approved the purchase of 100 Chromebooks for third, fourth, and fifth graders, according to Superintendent Dan Foster. Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation’s asphalt and concrete project is underway. That will mean some temporary traffic restrictions around the schools’ campus starting today, according to Superintendent Dan Foster. Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski Schools campus will get major paving and sidewalk upgrades in the coming months. The school board awarded a $2.4-million construction bid to Rieth-Riley Construction Company Monday.
The Eastern Pulaski School Board has decided to go ahead with seeking bids for a large-scale paving project. On Monday, board members approved the specifications and scope for the concrete and asphalt project and issued the necessary bid documents. Continue reading