A former Eastern Pulaski School Board member will be memorialized on the schools’ campus. Carol Short asked board members Monday for permission to install a bench in memory of her father, Richard Werner, who passed away just over a year ago.Continue reading
Members of the Drug Free Council spoke to the Eastern Pulaski School Board members Monday night about closing the gap in educating students on the dangers of substance abuse.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 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
The vacancy on the Eastern Pulaski School Board may be filled as soon as Monday. Five people expressed interest in the Van Buren Township seat recently vacated by Terri Johnston, according to Superintendent Dan Foster.
The Eastern Pulaski School Board will soon consider updates to the school corporation’s fundraising policies, but whether community members should be allowed to donate sports uniforms is a topic of debate. Three proposed policies were presented during a recent school board meeting.
The Eastern Pulaski School Board has a new president. Terri Johnston was elected president for the year during Monday’s school board meeting. She replaces Joe Cunningham. Deke DeMarco was reelected vice-president, with Cunningham opposing. Beth Ruff will take over as board secretary.
The Winamac High School library was filled with community members attending last night’s Eastern Pulaski Community School Board meeting. Individuals of various walks of life came to defend a faculty member who is currently the subject of an ongoing board investigation. Following the regular meeting, board members were scheduled to hold an executive session regarding alleged misconduct and to discuss job performance evaluation. Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Corporation may soon offer school bus driver training. Superintendent Dan Foster told the school board Monday evening finding enough drivers to cover routes is an ongoing struggle. He’s envisioning a program in which the corporation would help drivers acquire the necessary training, and in exchange the drivers would agree to work for the corporation for a minimum amount of time. Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Board chose its 2017 officers Monday. Continue reading