When the North Judson-San Pierre School Board met this week Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin discussed setting this year’s graduation date.Continue reading
Hearings over the 2020 budget as well as next year’s capital projects and bus replacement plans will be held when the North Judson-San Pierre School Board meets at 5:30 p.m. tonight.Continue reading
North Judson Town Marshal Kelly Fisher provided an update for the School Resource Officer position when town council members met Monday night.Continue reading
A list of proposed upgrades to North Judson-San Pierre Elementary School was presented to the school board Tuesday. Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin says architectural firm Fanning Howey visited the school on June 6.Continue reading
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board members will meet tonight.Continue reading
A local family interested providing assistance to North Judson-San Pierre students is collaborating with the Starke County Community Foundation and school officials to make it happen.Continue reading
When North Judson-San Pierre School Board members met Tuesday, they were informed about the results of a recent walk-through at the elementary school.Continue reading
North Judson-San Pierre school officials continue exploring potential facility improvements. Representatives from architectural firm Fanning Howey are scheduled to visit N.J.-S.P. tomorrow, according to Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin.Continue reading
To ensure that no Hoosier student spends their summer break hungry, the United States Department of Agriculture and Indiana Department of Education partner with area schools and organizations to provide meals through the Summer Food Service Program.Continue reading
Bus safety is a matter that is currently being addressed all across the nation.
Locally, North Judson-San Pierre Transportation Director Wilbur Collins took action this winter to install cameras on all the busses to catch drivers who pass them when the stop arm is extended.
Adjustments were also made to the bus routes to eliminate potentially unsafe pick-ups and drop-offs.
School officials are taking another step to improve student safety with a transportation policy change that’s included in the proposed handbooks for next school year.Continue reading
North Judson-San Pierre School Board members received a summary of some the changes that are included in the 2019-2020 student handbooks when they met last week.Continue reading
Representatives from the architecture and engineering firm Fanning Howey returned to North Judson-San Pierre this week to conduct an informal facility assessment via some “walk-throughs”.Continue reading
North Judson-San Pierre Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin ran the school board through a timeline related to the school’s technology planning grant when members met last week.Continue reading
North Judson-San Pierre officials recently received a letter indicating that an organization that’s leasing space from the school corporation will soon be vacating the premises.Continue reading
The calendar for the 2019-2020 school year was up for approval at Tuesday night’s North Judson-San Pierre School Board meeting.Continue reading
A North Judson-San Pierre teacher was one of 100 Hoosier educators to receive a grant through the Lilly Endowment Teacher Creativity Fellowship Program.Continue reading
A capital projects summary was given to North Judson-San Pierre School Board members when they met last Tuesday.
NJ-SP School officials worked with the architecture and engineering firm Fanning Howey with these capital projects. Company representative William Payne provided members with the project summary and noted that everything was accomplished without going over budget.
Payne explained that some major safety upgrades that were made to the entrances of all the schools. Continue reading
North Judson San Pierre School Board approved two different resolutions when they met last Tuesday.
With one resolution, Treasurer Guy Richie was given the authority to pay claims and make necessary transfers so he can tend to any year-end financial obligations that may come up prior to the board’s next meeting in January. Continue reading
Over Christmas Break, North Judson-San Pierre Maintenance Director Wilbur Collins plans to get started on a pilot project related to improving school bus safety.
When NJ-SP School Board members met on Tuesday, Collins explained that the recent bus-related fatalities in surrounding counties prompted him to look into some ways to improve safety and discourage motorists from putting students in danger with unsafe driving practices. Continue reading
Three Railroad Township residents are vying for the open seat on the North Judson-San Pierre school board. In order to interview the candidates, the NJ-SP school board members will meet in a special session this evening at 5:30 p.m. Continue reading