Northern Wells Community Schools will advertise a $24.7 million budget for 2016.
Northern Wells Community Schools entered into a confidential agreement worth $100,000 with a Georgia contractor in July after concerns were raised about renovation work at Norwell High School.
Mandatory registration gives insight into what students need
A facility use policy is a work in progress for Northern Wells Community Schools leaders.
With a new school year in full swing, district administrators are now working to put together 2016 budgets.
Classrooms filled up Wednesday with Northern Wells, Southern Wells students
First day introductions
The news Wednesday that there were more problems surrounding the state’s ISTEP+ test was unsurprising to local educators.
Students will have a new way to communicate concerns to school leaders when they return to Northern Wells schools Aug. 12. For the first time, the school district this year will use a mobile messaging service called...
Schools prepare for first week of classes
Deanna Elzey leads children in a song and dance about days of the week Tuesday at Lancaster Central
Indiana is hot.
Local school districts have a smaller pool of applicants to pick from
Registration next week at Norwell; the following week at Bluffton, Southern Wells
Northern Wells school board members voted Tuesday to begin offering health insurance to district bus drivers.
Sam Pittman thought she might have a future in writing. A sophomore at Norwell High School last year, Sam enjoyed writing. There might be a career in it, she...
Proposed changes to Indiana’s high school graduation requirements call for students to take more math classes and earn additional credits.
A pitch for a one-year change to the state’s A-F school accountability system could be a tough sell, despite the support of many educators across Indiana.
State Board of Education members will weigh options Wednesday for school A-F accountability for 2014-15.
Four Wells County schools are among those chosen this week by the U.S. Department of Education to showcase students’ “achievement and hard work.”