Due to disruptions, one NWCS school will use paper ISTEP+ test
Students attend sixth Wells County Youth Leadership Forum
Snow days wouldn’t disappear next year, under an e-learning proposal being considered by Northern Wells Community Schools.
Northern Wells Community Schools leaders will continue to study a proposed “Philosophy of Athletics” for the district’s middle school and high school.
Monica Frauhiger figured she could do it — and she did it. Frauhiger, a senior at Norwell High School, is the Wells County Foundation’s 2015 Lilly...
Norwell hosting exchange students from 11 countries, five continents
Norwell High School Department of Theatre Department has announced The Merry Murders at Montmarie will be their upcoming spring play to be held Friday and...
On to Branson
Early childhood initiative receives a formal introduction
A state budget plan unveiled Thursday by Senate Republicans calls for more funding in 2016 and 2017 for Southern Wells Community Schools than an earlier spending plan authored by House GOP members.
Members of a committee charged with studying whether to implement e-learning days at Northern Wells Community Schools continued discussions Wednesday, turning their attention from potential barriers to putting the...
Starting this week, events aimed at getting local children enrolled in kindergarten will be held.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz will be in Wells County Friday.
Moore nets a place in IU language program
Indiana State Board of Education members on Wednesday approved hiring an outside firm to study whether results of the state’s standardized test are “valid and reliable.”
Are the results ‘valid and reliable?’ Education leaders want to know
Expansive Annual Performance Reports released by Indiana Department of Education provide useful information, educators say, but they typically do not show a full picture of the overall health of the state’s school...
Indiana lags behind many of its counterparts in other states in terms of maintaining strong public school systems, according to a recent study.
Superintendents, staffers catching up on things while students are on spring break
One round of state standardized testing is finished, and there is little faith among leaders of local schools an upcoming second round will be without problems.