Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation

Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation board members are retiring the number of the bus that was involved in the tragic accident Dec. 5 on U.S. 31, north of Argos. Superintendent Dan Foster made the request during a regular school board meeting Monday evening to retire the number of the bus...
Owen Abbott
The heart of the Warriors is missing a little piece as students deal with the loss of one of their own.  Owen Abbott, 13, of Winamac, was killed in a bus accident on Dec. 5. The accident has shaken the Warrior nation and those who knew him are pausing to remember him.  Abbott, who was the son of...
Rob Zeider was sworn as an Eastern Pulaski Community School Board member Monday evening.
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Board welcomed a new member during a regular meeting Monday evening.  Superintendent Dan Foster said the corporation has been working to fill the school board seat that was vacated by Terri Johnston. Johnston represented Van Buren Township on the school board. ...
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation School Board is under a bit of pressure as time ticks away in regards to filling a vacant seat.  The resignation of a board member has caused a vacancy on the Eastern Pulaski community school board and board members have 30 days to fill the seat....
Winamac Community High School teachers Jeremy Wegner, Kevin Zupin and Gretchen Gearhart spoke with the school board Monday evening about a program at the high school to positively recognize students and staff.
Winamac Community High School was the first to be spotlighted at a regular school board meeting Monday evening.  High school principal Rick DeFries introduced the school board members to a new program called the Student Shoutout Program. DeFries said the idea began during professional development...
All dressed up and ready to start the school year, Eastern Pulaski Elementary School is back in session.
Schools in Pulaski County have begun a new school year and motorists are being reminded of the increase in bus traffic. Drivers should be aware of children in school zones and those who are waiting for their buses especially during the early morning hours. Drivers are reminded that buses make...
After receiving numerous applications, the Winamac Community Middle and High schools now have a new assistant principal.  Dr. Eugene “Gene” Sweeney, of Granger, will be the new face that students and staff see in the halls.  Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation board members approved to...
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation and Winamac Community High School will honor distinguished alumni during a formal recognition ceremony this fall. As part of the ceremonies, the recognized alumni will be invited to speak to students regarding their profession and/or service. The...
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board members are hearing the positives and negatives of the district as the recent data of a survey was shared with them.  School board members were informed, during a regular meeting Monday evening, of the strengths and challenges of the school...
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Superintendent Dan Foster is looking at ways to better assist the staff and hiring a new position might be the answer.  Foster said he spoke with several teachers, staff and administration, specifically in the middle and high schools, as to what the...

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