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Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz filed a lawsuit against the State Board of Education Oct. 22.On Oct. 25, members of the board Troy Albert, David Freitas, Sarah
O’Brien and Tony Walker issued a letter to Superintendent Ritz asking
she call off the lawsuit. They said no such secret meeting took place
and that Ritz is failing to respect the board’s authority.
Diane Hanks, former assistant principal at Tri-North Middle School, has a new role as Talent and
Diversity Specialist for the Monroe County Community School Corporation.
The lawsuit alleges members of the board violated Indiana’s Open Door
Law by taking action in secret by drafting, or directing the drafting
of, a letter they sent to President Pro Tempore David Long and Speaker
Brian Bosma dated Oct. 16, 2013
Ivy Tech’s Ivy Arts for Kids program offers various
art courses throughout the year for students in preschool to age 16.
The government shutdown will not affect the Monroe County Community School Corporation in significant ways, but prevents MCCSC from using some programs.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation is raising awareness for
its anti-bullying programs during October, bullying prevention month.
Bloomington High School North organized the Monroe County College Fair Oct. 3 to help students prepare for their futures. At the fair, a total of 75 schools, trade schools and organizations were present.
Jason Taylor, director of information services for Monroe County
Community School Corporation, explained how the Center Grove students
hacked the technology and discussed security for iPads in MCCSC schools.
Childs Elementary School has been named a National Blue Ribbon School by the United States Department of Education for a second time.
Ball State University is considering backing a new charter school in
Bloomington, and the Monroe County Community School Corporation is
The Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress-Plus scores were
released, showing students in Indiana have improved their ability in
mathematics and English/language arts.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation and the Monroe County Public Library have collaborated to give students greater electronic access to books and research.
Football coaches working with children ages 6-14 in Indiana might soon
need new education and certificates.
The Digital Learning Initiative is an MCCSC program that aims to provide
all instructional staff members with iPads and to give students
equitable access to iPads by 2015.
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz has announced the finalists for the 2014 Teacher of the Year.
The Indiana Public Retirement System Board of Trustees previously voted on changes that will impact
how much new retirees will be eligible to earn from their annuity
Indiana Senate Democratic Leader Tim Lanane, D-Anderson, announced a plan to enroll children in early childhood education programs.
Former Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Bennett has
been cleared of any wrongdoing in reference to claims he made grade
adjustments for certain state schools last year, according to a report
released by the state legislature Friday.
Leonard Springs Nature Park is organizing nature days for sixth grade students throughout the September and October.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation is offering a learning program for elementary students when they are off school.