Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation

A six to one vote at a special school board meeting on Monday, Sept. 20 solidified that starting Wednesday, Sept. 22, all Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation students will be required to wear a face mask to school. School board member Scott Hanson was in opposition. The mask mandate...
Back at the July 12 meeting, Superintendent Chezem introduced to the board the $2 million recommendation that she proposed for the school's liability insurance for outside organizations that want to use the school's facilities. Her ability to set that guideline only came after the passage of Policy...
In anticipation of students' first day of school, Aug. 11, the Eastern Pulaski school board once again reviewed its COVID-19 protocol at a regular meeting on Monday, Aug. 9. Chezem highlighted all of the protocols that were discussed at the July board meeting, such as the school providing its own...
An outdoor graduation ceremony and graduate parade were innovative ways Winamac Community High School dealt with graduation during the COVID-19 pandemic in the spring of 2020.
Graduation traditions for Winamac Community High School continue to evolve and the graduates will be making corporation history.  The Class of 2021 and the Class of 2022 will be adding their names to the Winamac Community High School history books not only as graduates but also as part of something...
The tradition of graduation on a Friday evening will soon change for Winamac Community High School seniors.   Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board members decided to change the dates of the 2022 and 2023 graduations to Sunday during a regular meeting Monday evening.  Superintendent...
School board members, administration and staff at Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation will soon be undertaking a rather large project as they prepare to implement the strategic plan of the corporation.  Superintendent Dara Chezem briefly spoke about the plan and what the next steps are to...
The graduation rates for the two local school corporations decreased in 2020 compared to 2019 but those rates are still better than the state average.  The Indiana Department of Education recently released the 2020 state graduation rates and that of the school corporations. Overall the state...
Maggie Smith finished 47th place at the New Prairie cross-country semi-state.
Winamac runners laced up their shoes Saturday morning at the New Prairie cross-country semi-state with aspirations of moving on to the state finals in Terre Haute. As the smallest participating school, Winamac would go head-to-head against its stiffest competition of the season. The young group of...
Eastern Pulaski Community School Board members addressed a handful of changes regarding students being involved in sports and extracurricular activities.  School board members met during a regular meeting Monday evening to discuss extracurricular participation and COVID-19 policies for athletic...
Many schools are beginning to reveal plans to open in the fall and several speculations have been made.  On July 6, the Eastern Pulaski Community and West Central school corporations shared a little of what the reopening plans include. Since then several speculations have been voiced some that are...

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