Incumbents and candidates can now start filing to fill the seven seats that will help govern Wells County’s public schools for the next four years.
Northern Wells parents will pay between $125 to $165 per student for iPads, textbooks and other classroom materials next school year, after board members unanimously approved rental fees Tuesday.
Seven seats are open on Wells County’s three school boards, and residents can now collect signatures to qualify to run for one of them.
New signs with LED message centers will be posted at the three campuses of Northern Wells Community Schools.
They survived major renovations in their school, and they survived extended instruction days. Sunday, the Norwell High School Class of 2014 had reason to...
Wells County’s public school districts will receive $115,000 for school safety after officials promised about $9 million in grant money to more than 250 schools statewide Wednesday.
The Northern Wells Community Schools board took a first step forward Tuesday night to encourage acceptable technology use in its schools.
Senior Madeline Bates was recently selected as the Norwell High School “Wells County Chamber of Commerce I.C.E. Student of the Year.” Bates has been...
Sticking it to the man
Wet behind the ears
Northern Wells school board members Tuesday approved the first reading of a new policy to allow administrators to test middle and high school students for drugs.
Workers with Michael Kinder and Sons remove the original chairs at the Norwell High School auditorium Monday
Norwell students receive almost $2 million in awards and scholarships Friday In three weeks, Norwell’s seniors will be picking up their diplomas and heading...
State legislators and a C-SPAN representative visited Norwell High School Thursday to congratulate six seniors for challenging Congress.
Art on ice
Norwell students make their own movies, and they’ll present them at a festival this coming Thursday
Northern Wells school board members Tuesday unanimously approved of random drug testing for students, though they will vote on policy specifics at a later meeting.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Some Indiana school administrators say they’re worried about a rerun of last year’s computer troubles with online standardized tests as students have faced disruptions this week while taking...
Norwell’s Brent Bales wins Wells County’s Lilly Scholarship for 2014
Cecilia Shoemaker tackles a practice dummy