Norwell students getting hands-on experience with cutting-edge technology
Health experts say a growing trend among parents in the U.S. to forego vaccinating their children has not been that much of an issue in Wells County.
ELECTION • 2014
ELECTION • 2014
A handwritten bomb threat earlier this month at Norwell High School has led school district officials to rethink how they respond to such threats. The threat,...
Ira Zadylak watched in awe as Norwell High School geometry teacher Tom White showed off the new, interactive white board inside a classroom Friday.
Russ Mounsey is NWCS’ first resource officer
When Northern Wells Community Schools leaders worked to draft a graduate profile in 2012, the goal was for students in the district to eventually use the document as a way to ensure success in school and beyond.
In one newly renovated classroom inside Norwell High School, a camera emerges from the ceiling at the touch of a button.
Northern Wells Community Schools officials will review emergency response protocols after a bomb threat was discovered last week at Norwell High School.
Northern Wells Community Schools leaders will formally dedicate a multimillion-dollar renovation to Norwell High School next Friday night.
Each of the three public school districts in Wells County will have at least one contested race for school board seats this fall.
Seven visiting students and three translators acting as chaperones got a glimpse of life in America this past week while visiting Northern Wells schools and...
Lancaster Central Elementary School guidance counselor Kathy Thompson directs second-grade student Nicky Powell to his class on the first day.
Wells County Clerk Yvette Runkle said Wednesday that no one from Southern Wells has filed yet for the two open positions on the school board.
The percentage of students who passed both the language arts and math portions of the ISTEP test last school year dropped at six of the seven Wells County public schools that administered the test, according to state...
Norwell students pick up iPads Wednesday; elementary students get theirs next week
Norwell High School and Middle School staff will start distributing iPads this week during registration and orientation sessions Wednesday and Thursday.
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.