Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation

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...
Indiana Secretary of Career Connections and Talent Blair Milo recently spoke with businesses and organizations at a workshop to discuss how partnerships are part of workforce solutions.
Several businesses and organizations met to hear how partnerships can build better businesses and how the State Personnel Department can help build collaborations.  The businesses and organizations met to listen and interact with the Secretary of Career Connections and Talent Blair Milo on June 1....
Winamac Community High School is pleased to announce its top two graduates for the 2017-18 school year.  Miranda Hettinger, daughter of Paul and Michelle Hettinger, has been named the valedictorian and Lera Good, daughter of Jeff and Shirley Good, is the salutatorian. Hettinger has excelled in the...
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Board has approved to spend more than $2 million on the asphalt and concrete project that could begin as soon as next month.  The decision was made during a special meeting held Monday evening to spend $2,371,025 to replace and repair almost all the concrete and...
Winamac police were called to the Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation on Dec. 14 for what appeared to be the odor of marijuana.  Winamac Police Officer Brian Gaillard was called to the Winamac Community High School at about 8:30 a.m. When Gaillard arrived he was told the smell was...
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board members approved to cancel the coaching contract of boys varsity basketball coach Kyle Johnson. Johnson thanked those who were in the audience for their support.
The coaching contract of the varsity boys basketball team has been canceled after an opposed motion by the Eastern Pulaski Community School Board members.  The special meeting was held Oct. 26 to vote on the coaching contract of Kyle Johnson, and to vote on the athletic director’s contract. ...
Numerous teachers, former students and community members who were concerned about the future of teacher and varsity basketball coach Kyle Johnson gathered in the Winamac Community Middle and High School Library during a regular school board meeting Monday evening.
A library full of people were in attendance during a regular Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation board meeting Monday evening in anticipation of a decision being made in regards to the employment of a teacher and varsity basketball coach.  On Sept. 19, Kyle Johnson was arrested for...
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’...

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