Once again, the county’s public high schools’ graduation rates exceeded the state average, with more than 90 percent of students finishing their high school careers with diplomas.
In honor of and to compensate for all of the work he did on this year’s girls’ track team, members of the Southern Wells school board Tuesday night approved of paying the estate of Chris Killingbeck $1,500.
Northern Wells school board members Tuesday unanimously approved a contract paying $51,728.50 for a school resource officer.
The federal government has essentially banned Pepsi, snack cakes and Bosco’s pizza — and perhaps $250 in sales a day — from Norwell High School, Northern Wells school board members learned Tuesday.
Vote on necessary HVAC, roofing repairs set for April 28
Volunteer Don Avey distributes one of many goodie bags to Wells County students during the first day of the Purdue Extension Office’s annual Kids Health and...
One final hurdle stands in the way between a school resource officer in Northern Wells Community Schools – its school board.
County and school officials are one step closer in creating a school resource officer in Northern Wells schools.
Virtually 100 percent of Wells County’s educators taught either effectively or highly effectively during the 2012-2013 school year, according to the data the Indiana Department of Education released Monday.
Author David Greenberg speaks to students at Lancaster Central Elementary School Monday afternoon.
Students, teachers in county’s schools stay in class an extra hour to avoid summer school
Southern Wells fourth-grade students once again toured the Indianapolis 500 complex Tuesday — kissing bricks, searching for answers in the museum and sitting in an actual race car.
Northern Wells students will add an extra 50 to 60 minutes of instructional time to an additional 14 days, after school board members voted 3-2 to adjust the calendar to compensate for canceled classes.
Cory Kaehr of Brickley Excavating searches for a broken water main beneath the Bluffton-Harrison schools’ practice field
At Superintendent Scott Mills’ recommendation, Northern Wells school board members delayed until their next meeting any adjustments to the school year to...
School board also reviews and approves several summer capital projects
Bluffton-Harrison school board members Monday took a first, $12,500 step toward possibly renovating the elementary school.
Students statewide will not have to study black history next year, and they also won’t complete their assignments in cursive either.
Uniondale resident was among those voting in favor
Bluffton-Harrison Superintendent Wayne Barker said Wednesday morning he decided not to cancel school because the snow wasn’t falling when he had to make the decision.