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DCSC Board OKs plans for a stadium renovation project
The school board here has set renovation plans in motion for the high school’s athletic facility at its meeting Monday. The project includes a new synthetic surface football field.
BHS senior earns youth leader award
One day she wants to open a school in Haiti. But for now, Brownsburg High School senior Jackie Sutton has English homework to do.
Dialing up money for college
Cold calling local residents might seem like an intimidating endeavor, but as Tri-West High School students enter the third year of their fundraising phone-a-thon, it’s becoming routine.
Cards for Cascade
If you have a good hand and are able to convince your partner across the table of it, you could be helping to send 20 Cascade Middle School students to Washington, D.C., this summer.
BHS students head to Washington, D.C.
It’s an inaugural year for the Brownsburg History Club.
The club, which formed less than a year ago, is already off to a great start. Members will be heading to Washington, D.C., next week to watch President Barack Obama be sworn into office for his second term.
Cascade student gets chance to play music on college football’s biggest stage
Cascade High School might not have a competing marching band or drum line, but that won’t stop one of their students from making a huge splash with his instrumental talents at the biggest college football game of the year, the BCS National Championship Jan. 7 in Miami.
Full-day kindergarten enrollment up 19 percent
Indiana’s decision to increase funding for full-day kindergarten has led to an increase in students enrolling in kindergarten programs across the state and more state dollars doled out to local schools.
Brownsburg Challenger Center to close
Following a recommendation from Brownsburg Community School Corporation Superintendent Dr. Jim Snapp that the Challenger Learning Center cease operations at the end of the 2012-13 school year, the school board voted unanimously to end the program that has been a fixture in town since 1994.
BEF reflects on 2012 success
As the Brownsburg Education Foundation (BEF) reminisces about 25 years gone by, members are also looking back on a 2012 that may have exceeded any other year, which means more grants for teachers and more scholarships for students through various fundraising efforts.
Harris Academy Principal Bill Titus says he’s been giving the same speech for 33 years: “Grow up.”
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