Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation

Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board members are all in agreement that the corporation should cover the costs of a criminal history check that is required by the state.  At a regular meeting Monday evening, school board members approved the second reading of several different policies...
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board approved the hiring of several individuals and approved the extension of administration contracts except for one position Monday evening during a regular meeting.  School board members were given the opportunity to extend the principals’...
The Eastern Pulaski Elementary School Vex Robotics team introduced themselves to the Eastern Pulaski Community School Board Monday evening and briefly talked about the program. Danica Kistler, Kelsey Wegner, Olivia Link, Piper Link and Karsten Sandberg shared what they learned from being a part of the team.
Members of the Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation are discussing future projects and approved to move forward with one during a regular meeting Monday night.  Superintendent Dan Foster presented an improvement list to the board of items they have previously discussed such as areas to...
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation has approved the purchasing of three new vehicles and projectors totaling more than $290,200.  During a regular school board meeting Monday night, the board approved to purchase new projectors for about 68 classrooms, two new buses and a new van. ...
School superintendents across the state are watching several bills in this legislative session that could have big impacts on their future.  The rash of education bills could greatly influence school funding and teacher evaluations. Of the bills, there are three that are standing out to local...
Pulaski Circuit Court Judge Michael Shurn swore in school board members Deke DeMarco, Terri Johnston, Beth Ruff and Larry Beach before the regular school board meeting Monday evening. DeMarco, Johnston and Beach are all returning school board members.
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board members approved the hiring of a new football coach but not without opposition.  At the first meeting of the year, the board approved to hire Craig Barr as the new football coach but it came with a 3-3 vote that was broken by the board president...
School grades have been released and schools across the state are taking a hit. Locally Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation and West Central School Corporation have seen their grades drop along with other surrounding schools.  For the 2015-2016 school year, Eastern Pulaski Elementary...
Students who are serving time at Wednesday school will soon be waking up early on the day they are hoping to sleep in on.  Winamac Community High School Principal Rick DeFries named a number of reasons the leadership team would like to see Wednesday school moved to Saturdays as he spoke with school...
Area school corporations are seeing the same results as many school districts across the state — lower ISTEP scores.  The Indiana Department of Education recently released the scores and West Central and Eastern Pulaski Community school corporations are seeing a mix of results.  According to the...
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation board members are in support of students visiting Spain but some questions were left open-ended.  During a regular meeting Monday evening, school board members heard a request from Spanish teacher Meredith Allen. Allen requested to take the juniors and...

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