The new Winamac High School Principal was introduced at Monday night’s Eastern Pulaski School Board meeting.Continue reading
Students and staff at Eastern Pulaski Community Schools have been engaging in discussions about student safety ever since February’s school shooting sparked some concerns within the community.
While school officials are working diligently to address safety, students are also getting involved. For instance, students with the Winamac High School Presidential Council have organized for an assembly to be held today, in memory of students lost in the Parkland, Florida shooting. Continue reading
Winamac High School’s alternative learning program continues to expand each semester. That’s according to Principal Rick DeFries.
The Eastern Pulaski School Board will discuss the corporation’s 2018 budget during tonight’s meeting. Board members will look at each of the corporation’s seven funds, before deciding whether to proceed with publishing next year’s budget proposal.
Vendors may now set up shop in the Winamac Town Park. The Winamac Park Board approved a resolution Monday that allows vendors and establishes some guidelines. Anyone selling items in the park will have to provide proof of insurance to the town. Park Board President Courtney Poor also requested that vendors tell the town in advance when and where they’d like to operate.
The three principals in the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation all received contract extensions from the school board this week, but they may not know for awhile how much extra compensation is included. Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board will soon consider allowing vendors in the town park. Continue reading
Winamac High School is seeing success with its new Warrior Academy alternative school program. Teacher Karen Butler, who oversees the program, told the Eastern Pulaski School Board that one month into the program, it’s already helping students who weren’t comfortable learning in a traditional classroom setting. Continue reading
Students from several organizations at Winamac Community High School took time to volunteer for the Salvation Army during the holiday season. Principal Rick DeFries says they raised a significant amount of money for the organization during their annual bell ringing campaign. Of the $5,600 raised, the students brought in $2,500. DeFries told the Eastern Pulaski School Board an estimated 10 groups raised that amount of money in 20 hours.