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So maybe the financial aid gods aren’t favoring you and your child slacked on getting scholarships while in high school. What now?
Making the money work for school can sometimes be hard. Even after finding ways to pay you still might miss an important step in the set-up process. We spoke to Jackie Kennedy-Fletcher, the director of the office of student financial assistance, to help your student successfully find and keep financial aid.
Nancy Stockton — Director of Counseling and Psychological Services
School safety continued to be a topic of interest Tuesday night at the Monroe County Community School Corporation monthly board meeting. Superintendent Judith DeMuth said some district policies will be modified and improving safety is an ongoing process.
Building entry points, mental health resources and emergency protocols were among the topics discussed Monday night during a Monroe County Community School Corporation safety forum put on in the wake of the Parkland, Florida, shooting.
Community members continued discussion of racial bias Tuesday night at the Monroe County Community School Corporation board meeting after a parent raised concerns earlier this month of insensitive course materials related to slavery.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation board approved a preliminary bond resolution Tuesday night and heard from community members opposed to former IU basketball coach Bob Knight’s upcoming appearance at Bloomington High School South.
The School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering has moved to Luddy Hall. The building is named after IU alumnus Fred Luddy. Luddy is the founder of ServiceNow, "a Silicon Valley-based company that delivers cloud-based, automated IT help desk services," according to a 2015 IU press release.
The School of Education is looking for a new dean. The search committee met Nov. 6 to begin the process of filling the position.
The first installment of a new series hosted by the Monroe County Community School Corporation will focus on the opioid crisis and youth substance abuse prevention Thursday.
Kate Cruikshank rolled her sleeves up to fight back against a lack of political knowledge in the wake of the 2016 presidential election, organizing a class to educate Bloomington residents on one of America’s founding documents.
Community members discussed whether the voucher system will affect the future of children with special needs Thursday evening as U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos continues her reign.
Special education will be examined Thursday night in Monroe County.
The Project School in Bloomington received in October a $1,000 Tools for Schools grant from Old National Bank.
After delays and shortages this year, students got to and from school smoothly Monday.
The Indiana Department of Education announced new income eligibility guidelines for the Child and Adult Care Food Program on Monday.
Evenings in Maiya Foster’s home unfold in chaos, the kind that accompanies having two young daughters younger than 6. There are endless questions for her to answer, snacks to dish out, errands to run, a gerbil named Royal to feed, bedtime rituals to follow.
A local coalition filed a lawsuit Tuesday to challenge the authorization of Seven Oaks Classical School by a private, religious entity.
Debate about charter schools and school vouchers — hot topics in recent years — dominated much of a state house education committee hearing Tuesday that stretched from 8:30 a.m. into the early evening.