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Program strives to help students attend college
BROWNSBURG — When William “Bill” Carter retired, he decided to put his energy into creating an organization to help students live up to their potential. He is now the executive director of the Carel Education Foundation that helps financially struggling teens achieve their academic goals.
St. Susanna teacher receives grant
PLAINFIELD— Science teahcer Janet Keena received some good news this week — her class will receive funds for new microscopes.
- PHS homecoming set for Sept. 16
County schools fare well on ISTEP
The Indiana Department of Education released statewide ISTEP scores on Tuesday and Hendricks County schools scored fairly well with students who passed both math and English.
Marine Corps Educators Workshop
Educators from the Midwest were recently provided the opportunity to see how the United States Marine Coprs conducts basic training and transforms young men and women into Marines.
Local residents immersed in Marine Corps culture
SAN DIEGO, Calif.— The U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) has developed a reputation for being the best of the best and transforming men and women into an elite group of skilled warriors.
Last week, the corps put that process on display for educators from throughout the Midwest.
School superintendent pay to come under scrutiny
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana lawmakers who changed the way the state’s public school teachers are paid are now turning their attention to how top school administrators are compensated.
Tri-West Middle School earns national recognition
LIZTON — It’s been a big year for the teachers, students, and staff at Tri-West Middle School. The school was recently named a four star school by the state and has now earned national recognition as a 2011 School to Watch.
BCSC hires new principals
BROWNSBURG — Despite recently approving a little more than $3 million in budget reductions, the school board of trustees in Brownsburg approved the hiring of three principals at its Monday night meeting
Winter weather affects some graduation dates
The severe winter weather and storms that struck most of the state have impacted yet another facet of life for some county residents. This time, the weather’s backlash has changed the date some graduating seniors will receive their diplomas.
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