The Eastern Pulaski School Board has decided not to change its policy on weighted grades but suggested that more clarification could be helpful. Concerns that weighted grades from another school do not carry over if a student transfers to Winamac High School were raised during the September board meeting.Continue reading
The Pulaski County History Museum’s next round of exhibits will include a couple projects developed in partnership with local students.Continue reading
Some Eastern Pulaski athletic facilities are getting upgrades. Superintendent Dan Foster says a couple projects were discussed during last week’s school board meeting.Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Board took time Monday to recognize this year’s valedictorian and salutatorian.Continue reading
More administrative changes are coming to Winamac High School. The Eastern Pulaski School Board accepted the resignation of Assistant Principal Dr. Gene Sweeney Monday, according to Superintendent Dan Foster.Continue reading
Two Winamac High School graduates, who also happen to be sisters, were hired for open positions at the school Monday. The Eastern Pulaski School Board hired Cara Dulin to teach Family and Consumer Science at the middle and high schools, according to Superintendent Dan Foster.Continue reading
The new Winamac High School Principal was introduced at Monday night’s Eastern Pulaski School Board meeting.Continue reading
Winamac High School band and choir students will once again have the chance to visit New York City next year, but the proposal drew some concerns during last week’s Eastern Pulaski School Board meeting. The trips are typically offered once every four years, with the next one scheduled for June of 2020.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
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.
The Winamac High School Distinguished Alumni Class of 2018 will be honored on Friday, Nov. 30.
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.
Winamac McDonald’s Owner Bill Boldt is partnering with the Winamac High School on Friday, Oct. 19 to award the inaugural Make Activities Count grant. The event is in conjunction with the Grand Re-Opening and ribbon cutting celebration at the McDonald’s restaurant in Winamac which will now feature in-restaurant technology.
A highly effective incentive program at Winamac High School was highlighted at this week’s Eastern Pulaski School board meeting.
Teachers Kevin Zupin, Gretchen Gearhart and Jeremy Wagner came before the board to talk about the Student Shout-Out Program. Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation has named its first group of distinguished alumni. Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation will not be financially responsible for issues with the high school gym floor.
Winamac High School’s valedictorian and salutatorian were recognized by the Eastern Pulaski School Board last week. Valedictorian Miranda Hettinger told board members she plans to go to St. Mary’s College, where she’ll major in computing and applied math and play softball. Salutatorian Lera Good said she plans to study English and creative writing at Valparaiso University.
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.
The Eastern Pulaski School Board will make some preparations for the 2018-2019 school year when it meets today. Board members are expected to set next year’s meal prices and textbook rental fees. Continue reading