The Eastern Pulaski School Board wants more time before finalizing a legal representation agreement for 2019. Last month, school corporation attorney Tim Murray presented a proposal calling for a flat fee of $2,000 per month, in exchange for a list of specified services.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
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.
Winamac High School will keep its entrance canopy. The Eastern Pulaski School Board voted five-to-two Monday to refurbish the structure for a total cost of nearly $7,000. That’s less than a third of what it would cost to tear it down.
Whether the awning in front of Winamac High School should be torn down or refurbished was a topic of debate during Monday’s Eastern Pulaski School Board meeting.
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
The Eastern Pulaski School Corporation now has a policy in place for homeschool students who want to take part in sports or other extracurricular activities. The school board approved the homeschool participation policy Monday, in spite of opposition from members Mike Tetzloff and Deke DeMarco.
The Eastern Pulaski School Corporation may soon be upgrading its parking lots and cafeteria facilities, with funds left over from its recent renovation project. School board members and administrators have been putting together a list of improvements they’d like to see with the remaining $1.6 million. The school board met Tuesday to narrow down that list and decide which projects will move ahead. Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Corporation met in regular session during the day Monday. This was one of two school board meetings held each year during the day so the school board members can tour a school. The meeting Monday was held in the Middle-High School Building.