Southern Wells members of the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America received top honors at the group’s State Leadership Conference earlier this...
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.
Ehlerding: It’s what industries want; they’re seeking qualified people
Southern Wells students get a lesson in skeletons
Southern Wells Elementary fourth grade students recently participated in the Wells County Soil and Water Conservation District Poster Contest. The theme for...
Eighty-four percent of Wells County high school graduates are prepared for college-level coursework by the time they graduate, according to a recent state report.
Graduation ceremonies of the Class of 2015 at Southern Wells will be held Sunday, May 31.
Wells students to start ISTEP+ this week
High school graduation rates in Wells County again have exceeded the state average.
Area high schools will offer certified training
Sixth grade students took part in the elementary school’s Wax Museum
Indiana schools have instructions from state education officials on how to administer the ISTEP+ exam, just days before students can begin taking the test.
Each of Wells County’s three public school districts would see funding increases under a proposed two-year state budget.
Water, while safe, has arsenic in it and the campus’ sewage treatment plant is failing. Connecting to Montpelier is an option.
A company that administers the state’s ISTEP+ test has increased server capacity ahead of the upcoming exam, after a test run of the system last week led to problems locally and throughout Indiana.
Despite a refusal by the State Board of Education to consider suspending education accountability, the idea seems unlikely to fade away.
The State Board of Education will consider a measure to suspend education accountability for one year.