Oregon-Davis School Board Moving Ahead with Switching to All At-Large Seats

Oregon-Davis School Board

The Oregon-Davis School Board continues moving forward with the process of doing away with board member districts. Back in October, board members passed a resolution to make the change in the board’s organizational plan. On Monday, they approved another resolution as the next step, according to Superintendent Dr. Don Harman.

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Indiana Department of Education Releases Fall Out-of-District Enrollment Figures

Many area children continue to attend school outside of their own public school district. The Indiana Department of Education released its fall transfer report Wednesday. The Oregon-Davis School Corporation continues to see a large chunk of its district’s population going to other schools, with more than 43 percent of the state-funded students who live there attending class someplace else.

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Knox Third Grade Teacher Taking Part in IDOE’s Teacher Leaders Bootcamp

A Knox Elementary School teacher is one of 50 Indiana teachers chosen for the state’s inaugural Teacher Leaders Bootcamp. The bootcamp was developed by the Indiana Department of Education to help selected teachers develop their leadership skills and use what they learn to help their schools. The event officially kicked off last week.

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Oregon-Davis Officials, Parents Consider Ideas to Stop Enrollment Decline

Superintendent Dr. Don Harman discusses O-D’s enrollment trends during Wednesday’s work session.

To try to keep the Oregon-Davis School Corporation’s finances in the black, parents are now brainstorming ways to boost enrollment. During a school board work session Wednesday, Superintendent Dr. Don Harman said the pace of the enrollment decline has exceeded the projections he made during the referendum discussions in late 2017.

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