eLearning may finally be coming to Eastern Pulaski Schools next school year.Continue reading
The breakup of a special education cooperative will mean changes at the Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation. Superintendent Dan Foster reviewed the dissolution of the Logansport Area Joint Special Services Cooperative during last week’s school board meeting.Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation is getting a few accessories to go along with the newly-purchased Chromebooks. Last week, the school board approved the purchase of 1,000 Chromebook bags from CDW-G, at a total cost of more than $29,000.Continue reading
Eastern Pulaski school officials continue looking for answers, after cracks began forming in the newly-repaved parking lots.Continue reading
Eastern Pulaski school officials hope to select a new high school principal within the next couple months. Rick DeFries is stepping down at the end of the school year to take over as principal at Covenant Christian High School in DeMotte.Continue reading
Some of the bills making their way through the Indiana General Assembly are drawing concerns from Eastern Pulaski School Superintendent Dan Foster.
During his legislative update to the school board Monday, Foster said the state’s proposed budget would increase what the school corporation gets for each student, but not enough to keep up with costs.Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation has decided to go with a different manufacturer for this year’s round of bus purchases. The school board Monday approved the purchase of three 78-passenger Bluebird buses, for a total cost of about $276,000.Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Board took action this week to approve the donation of a bench in the memory of Linda Braun.Continue reading
Non-certified staff at the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation will be paid for a mandatory shut down day of the corporation due to extremely cold temperatures on Jan. 30, as explained by Superintendent Dan Foster.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
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
The Eastern Pulaski School Board has decided to continue using the services of attorney Tim Murray on an as-needed basis. He was officially reappointed as board attorney Monday.Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski school bus involved in last month’s fatal crash in Marshall County officially had its number retired by the school board Monday.Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Board said goodbye to a longtime member last week. Mike Tetzloff attended his final meeting, after more than 16 years on the board.Continue reading
Winamac Middle/High School officials continue to rethink the traditional school library. The Eastern Pulaski School Board got an update last week from Media Center Director Karen Butler. For the past three years, she’s led the high school’s Warrior Academy program and added the media center into her list of responsibilities a few months ago.
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation is making the final preparations for the 2019 budget year. Last week, the school board officially readopted the 2019 Operations Fund budget, after Superintendent Dan Foster said an error was found in the fund’s adopted tax levy.
For the second time in just over a month, the Eastern Pulaski School Board has hired a new assistant treasurer. Stefanie Grandstaff was appointed to the position Monday, after Tonja Good resigned last month just a few days after she was officially hired.