Winamac High School Athletes Learning Leadership Lessons with Habitudes Curriculum

Winamac High School’s Athletic Leadership Council has a new tool for teaching leadership skills to student athletes. Athletic Director Bill Ball and council members recently discussed the Habitudes curriculum with the Eastern Pulaski School Board. Ball said the 12-lesson program is being incorporated into monthly Athletic Leadership Council meetings this year.

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Eastern Pulaski School Board Accepts Principal’s Resignation, Appoints Interim Replacement

Winamac Community High School

Winamac High School Principal Jeremy Tucker’s resignation was formally accepted by the Eastern Pulaski School Board Monday. Tucker submitted his resignation letter on February 21. He had been on paid administrative leave since January 24, as school officials investigated allegations of misconduct.

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Pulaski Drug Free Council May Have More Grant Funding Available than Expected

The Pulaski County Drug Free Council will be able to give out more grant funding this year than previously thought. Drug Free Council Member Sandy Lucas told the county council Monday that the group had budgeted $8,000 for the year. But she said according to the auditor, the fund has actually collected almost $13,500 in substance offense fees over the past year.

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Winamac High School Athletes Encourage Physical Activity, Leadership with Junior Warrior Day

Inspiring elementary school students to stay active is the goal of the Winamac High School Athletic Leadership Council’s annual Junior Warrior Day. The Eastern Pulaski School Board had a chance to learn more about the effort from Athletic Leadership Council President Jillian Brumm and Vice President Blake Bailey, ahead of last week’s event.

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Eastern Pulaski School Board Updated on Library Transformation

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Winamac Middle/High School officials continue to rethink the traditional school library. The Eastern Pulaski School Board got an update last week from Media Center Director Karen Butler. For the past three years, she’s led the high school’s Warrior Academy program and added the media center into her list of responsibilities a few months ago.

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Veterans Day Celebration to Be Held This Morning Outside Pulaski County Courthouse

 

Hundreds of veterans, students, and community members are expected to converge on Downtown Winamac this morning to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. Winamac High School is teaming up with the Town of Winamac, the Pulaski County Public Library, and several other groups for the Veterans Day Celebration.

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