The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation’s enrollment took a bit of a hit.Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Board will look at some of the challenges facing the school corporation during a work session tonight. Following a facilities tour, board members will hear presentations on the strategic action plan and the corporation’s finances.Continue reading
The West Central School Board members discussed enrollment numbers last week.
Knox school officials are preparing for the upcoming change in the school funding structure. Starting January 1, each school corporation’s General Fund will be replaced by an Education Fund, while the Capital Projects, Transportation, and Bus Replacement Funds will be combined into an Operations Fund.
The West Central School Board discussed enrollment and the number of transfer students coming into the corporation.
Culver Community School Board members received a brief enrollment report from Superintendent Karen Shuman when they met Monday night.
According to the Indiana Department of Education enrollment report, Culver Community Schools had a total enrollment of 840 students in 2016. Shuman shared that after comparing this year’s number to last year’s, she found the school corporation has nine more students in general. Continue reading
The quarterly enrollment report for North Judson-San Pierre was discussed during the NJSP School Board meeting on Tuesday. Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin said the enrollment stayed pretty consistent with the Average Daily Membership count that was taken back in September, which was around 1,030 students.
Superintendent Zupin stated that she has been keeping a close eye on enrollment trends since last year. This year the elementary school had 46 student withdrawals. Dr. Zupin broke that down into specific categories; 1 student left to be home-schooled, another left for virtual schooling and 35 students moved out of the district.
The superintendent said the remaining 9 elementary students still live within the district but their parents chose to have them transferred. Dr. Zupin broke that down even more, stating that three transferred to Knox, two went to Eastern Pulaski Schools, two left to go to St. Peter’s Lutheran School and one more transferred to West Central.
She went on to describe the report from the Jr./Sr. High School where 41 students withdrew.
The West Central School Board members received enrollment information during their meeting on Thursday night.
Superintendent Don Street said the official count was taken on Friday, Sept. 15.
“Our current enrollment is 775 students which is down from last year,” explained Street. Fifty-six of those students live outside of our school district.”
The West Central School Corporation continues to lower its expectations for next school year’s enrollment. Continue reading
Enrollment at North Judson-San Pierre Schools reflects the transient nature of the student population, according to Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin. Continue reading
The West Central School Corporation is projecting further enrollment declines. This comes after the corporation reported losing 20 students between September and February. Continue reading
The North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation is reporting a mid-year enrollment increase. Superintendent Annette Zupin says the winter ADM count was taken February 1. “We had 1,051 students,” she says. “So that was up 26 from our September ADM.” Continue reading
The West Central School Corporation has seen a mid-year drop in enrollment. Superintendent Don Street says the preliminary February count showed a decrease of about 20 students from September. Continue reading
The Culver School Board has approved the corporation’s 2017 budget, but some additional cuts are expected. Treasurer Casey Howard reviewed some of the numbers for the school board Monday. Continue reading
The West Central School Corporation is reporting a slight increase in enrollment. Superintendent Don Street says the corporation has 825 students this fall. That’s 10 more than last year. Continue reading
Knox Schools are anticipating an enrollment boost after estimates were submitted to the state for the school year.
The Eastern Pulaski School Board is set to adopt a budget for 2017 at their October meeting. They conducted the statutory public hearing on the proposed spending plan when they met Monday. Superintendent Dan Foster says there aren’t any significant changes but notes enrollment is down slightly at Eastern Pulaski this year.
The official enrollment at the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation was slightly higher than preliminary numbers suggested. The official count taken September 18 found there to be 1275 students, a decline of only three students from last year. Continue reading