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Teachers gathered with school board members Tuesday to discuss programs they were passionate about.
Cookies, coffee and an appearance from Glenda Ritz drew Monroe County community members Monday night to raise awareness for the state superintendent of public instruction’s re-election campaign.
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz announced the renewed commitment to expanding college and career pathways for Hoosier students Oct. 21. As part of this commitment, the Department is applying for a grant of up to $1.8 million to support My Path My Choice, a college and career readiness plan, according to a department press release.
In a small conference room in the Monroe County Community Schools Corporation building, Dr. Cathy Pratt assured parents that she didn’t have all the answers.
Kraig Bushey sat with two students at Highland Park Elementary School and played a game of matching colors and buttons.
This September, students from 53 schools came together to create a new class at Seven Oaks Classical School, a charter school in Ellestville, Indiana.
Jan Pierson spends her Mondays and Wednesdays at the library, not for book browsing, but to help local kids with math and science.
With the general election approaching in November, school board candidates are gearing up to encourage the Monroe County community to think about voting not just in the presidential election but in the school board election as well.
At 10 years old, Erin Anderson sat on the floor with her eyes glued to the television as clips of bombings and shelled buildings from the first Gulf War lit up the screen. Springing up in fear, she ran to the couch and cried.
A bright green van pulled up to Clear Creek Elementary School with shelves full of mystery, laughter and learning. The bookmobile was making its first stop of the day.
Though the general election isn’t until Nov. 8, Monroe County school board members encouraged the community to get out the vote now.
Bloomington’s chapter of Women Writing for (a) Change, one among a network of writing schools across the country, fosters creative voices among multiple generations of women in the community.
The Indiana Department of Education’s Outreach Division of School Improvement released updated data Tuesday defending its claim that there’s been an improvement to the education of more than 108,000 Hoosier students.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation not only provides English learning education for students within their district, but for the adults in the community as well.
Forty-four schools were recognized Monday morning for their commitment to addressing the needs of Hoosier students and their families. Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz announced the 2016-17 Family Friendly Schools, according to an Indiana Department of Education press release.
Jim Witmer, the current resource officer for the Monroe County Community School Corporation, has a range of responsibilities that are aimed to keep students in Monroe County schools safe.
Hoosier students around Indiana are being taken care of, despite ITT Technical Institute’s national shutdown.
Shane Gibson is getting kids out of the classroom and into nature and encouraging them to think about the earth as part of them — not just the planet they live on.
Jennifer Jenkins of the WonderLab Museum of Science, Health & Technology received the Lt. Governor’s Hoosier Hospitality Award in August at the Indiana State Fair.
Once an all-African-American school, then a community library and now a history center, the building that is situated between East Sixth Street and Washington Street has a story beyond the exhibits that fill its walls.