A $1,419 cheer
Bluffton High School Principal Steve Baker and other members of the Indiana Education Roundtable will decide Monday to recommend or reject the state’s proposed language arts and math standards.
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.
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...
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.
Cory Kaehr of Brickley Excavating searches for a broken water main beneath the Bluffton-Harrison schools’ practice field
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.
Ossian, Bluffton elementary schools rally around students before ISTEP week
Motivational speaker, who serves as Cincinnati Bengals’ chaplain, makes recommendations to local students
While schools are now replacing canceled days to end the 2013-2014 school year, they’re also preparing for the 2014-2015 school year for incoming...
Bluffton-Harrison Superintendent Wayne Barker told school board members Monday that he currently anticipates spending about $10 million to renovate the elementary school.
Bluffton-Harrison students will stay in school an extra hour for 12 days starting Monday, March 3, school board members unanimously approved during their regular school board meeting.
Wells County principal says standards will please opponents, proponents of Common Core
The Indiana Department of Education will allow schools to lengthen the school day, teach class on Saturday or adjust holidays to compensate for cancellations, the DOE announced Thursday.
School leaders in Wells County say they will or expect to delay the ISTEP test as students and teachers catch up and cope with cancellations.
The Bluffton-Harrison school district tax rate dropped beneath the dollar mark this year, according to the 2014 budget state officials recently approved.