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During a winter that dumped a record amount of snow in Indianapolis,
schools across the state have been closed multiple times this school
year, and MCCSC missed five school days.
Proponents of Seven Oaks Classical School spoke to members of the
Bloomington community Saturday at the Monroe County Public Library about
the charter school focusing on classical education they hope to open in fall 2015.
Students at Summit Elementary School are challenging each other to read
as many minutes as they can and achieve a school-wide goal of reading
for 170,000 minutes during a period of two weeks.
Gov. Mike Pence testified today before the Indiana Senate Education and
Career and Development Committee in support of House Bill 1004.
Amid reports of lax safety standards, the state government is trying to create a safer environment in Indiana day care.
Indiana is one of 13 states and the District of Columbia awarded School
Improvement Grants from the U.S. Department of Education to help turn
around its lowest-performing schools.
Throughout the nation, pre-kindergarten education is being hailed as one of the best ways to help children succeed in life. Indiana is no exception, with some legislators working to make pre-K education more widely available.
Fairview received an F grade from the Indiana Department of Education
for 2013. Fairview also received an F in 2012, which led the IDOE to
designate Fairview a “priority school.”
State money still indirectly funds
controversial curriculum in the form of vouchers.
Parents of students in the Monroe County Community School Corporation
gathered at Jackson Creek Middle School to discuss
St. Charles Catholic School is observing Catholic Schools Week, an annual nationwide celebration.
St. Charles Catholic School is celebrating Catholic Schools Week with pajama day and arts and crafts.
The spring grant cycle for the Foundation of Monroe County Community Schools is now open.
After falling from a grade of B from the Indiana Department of Education
to an F in 2012, Templeton Elementary School was able to increase its
grade to an A for 2013.
The Indiana Coalition for Public Education of Monroe County discussed issues and upcoming changes
recently set forth by Gov. Mike Pence.
The school corporation received a score of a 4 in 2013, a 0.1 percent increase from a score of 3.9 in 2012.
Tears started flowing at Fairview Elementary School as parents discussed their children’s reading level and their future.
This year's A-F grades were released for Indiana schools, with 12
schools in the Monroe County Community School Corporation receiving A's,
five receiving C's, one a B and two F's.
The United States Department of Education launched its online Financial
Aid Toolkit on Dec. 4. The toolkit is designed to guide student advisers
and counselors in the process of helping students choose a college.
MCCSC collaborated with Latino Outreach, IU La Casa and Latino Cultural
Center, El Centro Comunal Latino and Indiana Minority Health Coalition
for the event, which featured interactive activities and presentations
specifically tailored to the Latino community.