The West Central School Corporation may look into switching vendors when it comes to maintenance service for the campus’ wind turbine.Continue reading
In an attempt to unify the school colors and an official Trojans logo, West Central School Superintendent Dan Zylstra presented the school board members with a branding proposal last week.Continue reading
The West Central School Corporation is moving forward with plans outlined in the school’s Secured School Safety Matching Grant.Continue reading
Students will be attending the West Central/Jasper/Pulaski Regional College Fair at the West Central School Corporation today.Continue reading
West Central School Superintendent Dan Zylstra recently applied for a school safety grant in the amount up to $100,000.Continue reading
As the school year begins for West Central School Corporation students today, Superintendent Dan Zylstra updated the school board on discussions surrounding the dress code policy.Continue reading
The West Central School Board members got some positive news about registration during their meeting last week.Continue reading
The West Central High School football field will be getting a new scoreboard at no cost to the school.Continue reading
The staff is set for the start of the school year at the West Central School Corporation.Continue reading
The West Central School Board members took action Thursday night to hire a new elementary school principal.Continue reading
West Central School Superintendent Don Street will be taking over as the superintendent at the Kankakee Valley School Corporation.Continue reading
Two major maintenance projects are planned for this summer at the West Central School Corporation, according to Superintendent Don Street.Continue reading
Current state budget discussions could mean less money coming into the West Central School Corporation.Continue reading
The West Central School Board members are attempting to free up more time for guidance counselors to spend more time focusing on students rather than state reports and other responsibilities that take away from the students. In fact, they approved the implementation of a Data Test Coordinator position for the 2019-2020 school year.Continue reading
Students in the West Central School Corporation will be going to school on the built-in snow days built into the school calendar.Continue reading
Indiana’s 2018 graduation rates were released by the Department of Education Wednesday. Of Starke County’s school corporations, Knox had the highest total graduation rate at 98.6 percent, while Oregon-Davis had the lowest at 80 percent.Continue reading
A program to help children stay safe from potential predators is returning to Eastern Pulaski Schools next week. Retired Police Sergeant Terry Hall will be giving his Body Safety presentations.Continue reading
The wind turbine on the campus at the West Central School Corporation was down recently as NIPSCO officials were doing work at the substation, as reported to the West Central School Board by Superintendent Don Street.
The West Central School Corporation received the budget notice back from the state which was discussed by the school board last week.
Three local schools saw their letter grades decline in the latest round of School Accountability Grades. Knox Middle School and West Central Elementary School both got a D for the 2017-2018 school year, down from a C the year before. North Judson-San Pierre Elementary dropped from a B to a C.