West Central Elementary School

Doors that are more than 40 years will soon be replaced at the West Central Elementary School through a local match and the Secured School Safety Grant program.
Pulaski County schools will be receiving $110,099 in grant funding for future projects, all for the use of school safety.  The Indiana Secured School Board recently approved more than $19 million in matching state grant funds as part of the Secured School Safety Grant program (SSSG). With the...
West Central School Board President Todd Miller thanked superintendent Don Street for his service to the school corporation. Street will now be the superintendent at Kankakee Valley School Corporation.
The West Central School Corporation is welcoming a new elementary school principal as they approved to hire Michael Carlson Thursday evening during a regular meeting.  The board unanimously approved to hire Carlson, who is replacing principal Dan Zylstra as Zylstra is taking the position of school...
West Central has named a new superintendent and he is not new to the school corporation, just the position.  West Central School Corporation board members approved to hire Dan Zylstra as the new district superintendent during a special meeting on May 9. Zylstra is the current West Central...
A member of the construction crew puts finishing touches on new drywall.
When West Central faculty and students return to school in a few weeks, they will see a noticeable change in the building inside and out. The school cooperation is in the process of finishing a secure entrance and utilization of space project.  Perhaps the most noticeable change will be the...
Pulaski County Community Development Commission Project Coordinator Krysten L. Hinkle introduced West Central fourth-grade students to the idea of a farmers’ market on May 17. Hinkle was joined by organic farmer Michelle Martin, Pulaski Memorial Hospital CEO Tom Barry Jr. and communications director Brian Ledley.
Fourth-grade Pulaski County students recently learned how a farmers’ market not only offers organic goods but also helps the local economy.  Students recently learned how a farmers’ market works and that Pulaski County offers a market in both Winamac and Francesville during the growing season. ...

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