Southmont High School's Olivia Olin and Takeshi Greiner were named 2019 Homecoming Queen and King on Friday.
Following their motto of “Giving, Serving, Leading,” Youth as Resources, a program of the Youth Service Bureau, has recently awarded a $500 grant to North Montgomery’s FFA chapter. They plan to bring together other student organizations besides the FFA to help and assist with this project. T…
INDIANAPOLIS — Dr. Scott Bowling, superintendent of Crawfordsville Community School Corporation, has been named 2020 Superintendent of the Year for District IV by the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents.
Inspire received the opportunity to make an impact on other nations by helping to put together water purification systems with Fountains of Hope International and Banjo.
Wabash College moved up three spots in the Top Tier of National Liberal Arts Colleges ranked by U.S. News & World Report in its annual Best Colleges rankings, which were released Monday. More than 1,600 colleges and universities were graded in the report.
Educators across the state would still prefer to see more funding go to the classroom rather than spending millions on standardized testing that may or may not accurately reflect the effectiveness of teachers and quality of schools.
WEST LAFAYETTE — Indiana West Advantage of Montgomery County, along with Ivy Tech Community College Lafayette, Bane-Welker Equipment, Co-Alliance and Indigo Ag have been awarded $38,292 for a planning grant through the WHIN Regional Cultivation Fund. A public awards ceremony was held Tuesday…
Payton Taylor Jones, Avon, graduated from Indiana University School of Education in May. She was among the top 10 percent of her graduating class, graduating with high distinction. She is a graduate of Southmont High School. She is teaching second grade at Cedar Elementary, Avon.
Sitting in class one day last year, Shyann Selleck counted up to five kids sneaking a “hit” from their vape pens without the teacher noticing.