CLARK COUNTY — Greater Clark County Schools will hold a public hearing Tuesday regarding a proposed superintendent contract for interim superintendent Mark Laughner.
CLARKSVILLE — Tammy Yenawine Mustain was one of the original students at Parkwood Elementary School in Clarksville when she started in fourth grade at the school in 1968.
NEW ALBANY—Tyler Ingram has not yet graduated high school, but on Tuesday evening, he graduated magna cum laude with an associate’s degree in general studies from Ivy Tech Community College Sellersburg.
NEW ALBANY — Three administrative leaders were welcomed to their new positions at Monday's New Albany Floyd County Consolidated School Corp. board meeting.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — One of the most hot-button statewide issues in Indiana in recent years has been the political battle to secure more funding for public education.
NEW ALBANY — Floyd County Head Start has received a $1.7 million grant from the Department of Health and Human Services that will allow it to expand the “Birth to Five” program and add 27 new jobs.
CHARLESTOWN — The youngest and newest member of the Charlestown City Police Department — an 8-week-old golden Labrador K-9 puppy — bounded into town last week ready to do her best for the department, students and community.
NEW ALBANY — The New Albany Floyd County Consolidated School Corp. Board will continue to meet once a month, and have four work sessions during the year.
CLARK COUNTY — School bus #1810 was rear ended while transporting Thomas Jefferson Elementary students on a field trip to Churchill Downs Museum Tuesday, according to a news release from Greater Clark County Schools.
CLARKSVILLE — A Southern Indiana site has been chosen as the place for a national ceremony next month dedicating a 1,200-mile expansion of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail.
NEW ALBANY — Like most high school seniors, Ian Kimbell has a lot of decisions to make before graduation. But Ian Kimbell is not like most high school seniors.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A Purdue University engineering professor will lead a new research institute dedicated to designing and operating deep space habitats.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Virenda Cunningham-Lester has dedicated her life to service and leadership in her community, especially with children. Now, she's helping students transition as she looks ahead to her role as the new downtown school's first principal.
KOKOMO — Jenna Zollner will wake before the sun rises on her first school day following spring break, likely rushing out the door without breakfast to beat a 7:30 a.m. tardy bell.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Two Southern Indiana women are leading the way in bringing together others to empower one another in living the career lives they choose.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A Southern Indiana health official says drug overdoses have leveled off in the area since a spike earlier this month, but health leaders continue to monitor overdose activity and improve services available for those using.
SELLERSBURG — The Silver Creek Dragons were Indy bound Friday morning, with what seemed like the whole town standing behind their team, the one that made history last week with the school's first-ever semistate win.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Education’s Office of eLearning announced Monday the recipients of the 2019 Digital Learning grants. This year’s grants offer up to $50,000 to support districts in building digital initiatives in areas such as Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mat…
MUNCIE — Ball State University junior Lydia Kotowski of Floyds Knobs was named a finalist for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship, the nation’s premier graduate fellowship for students pursuing careers as public service leaders.
NEW ALBANY — It's official: the New Albany High School weight room, also known as the wellness facility, will soon see a $100,000 upgrade thanks to Tax Increment Financing funds.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — As more than 1,000 people filled the Indiana Statehouse Saturday for the Red for Ed rally, Southern Indiana teachers were among those advocating for higher education spending and better teacher pay.
JEFFERSONVILLE – The Greater Clark County Schools Board of Trustees is now accepting applications for the position of superintendent. In order to be considered for the position, a complete application package must be received by March 31.
CLARKSVILLE — For the second year in a row, Clarksville Elementary School has offered something no other elementary school in the state has — Disney Musicals in Schools.
CLARKSVILLE —“You just don’t understand!” is a common statement teenagers say to their parents — and vice versa. “Freaky Friday” — the musical by Disney — gives one rebellious teenage girl and her stressed-out mom the chance to understand what the other is going through when they accidentall…
FLOYDS KNOBS — Floyd County Sheriff Frank Loop confirmed Wednesday afternoon that two females, ages 13 and 14, were arrested in connection with the latest school threat, this time targeting Floyd Central High School and Highland Hills Middle School. Both were Highland Hills students.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — When 17-year-old Breanna Harper walks through the swarm of students that descends the halls of Jeffersonville High School several times a day, she picks up on a lot of buzz.
INDIANAPOLIS — Lawmakers say the latest amendment to an Indiana House bill pertaining to Jeffersonville's Promise would widen the opportunities for students, but the mayor says some of its language isn't realistic and doesn't know how the overall bill could affect whether or not the initiati…
JEFFERSONVILLE — A former Jeffersonville High School student has been reunited with a purse she lost in the school more than 60 years ago and said it's brought back a wealth of memories.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Coalitions in Clark and Scott counties that are working to fight the drug crisis are among 10 in the state to each be awarded $75,000 in state grants to help develop and improve their coalitions.
INDIANA — Legislation moving through the Indiana Statehouse could mean high school students would be required to a pass a standardized civics test by graduation — a bill garnering mixed reviews from stakeholders.
JEFFERSONVILLE – A month after he pleaded guilty to 20 charges of child molestation, there are still nearly a dozen civil cases pending against Michael Begin, along with the YMCA and Greater Clark County Schools.
NEW ALBANY — Brad Snyder has been superintendent of the New Albany Floyd County Consolidated School Corp. for one year. And to celebrate his anniversary, he gave a first-ever state of the corporation report to members of the school board and public Monday night.
Editor's note: According to a post on Greater Clark County Schools' Facebook page, Martha Ina Ingham, the owner of the purse, has been found.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Wednesday's anticipated frigid weather is forcing the cancellation of school in districts across Southern Indiana.
SELLERSBURG — School secretaries have all the answers. They know everything about the school, its teachers and staff.
JEFFERSONVILLE — After an attempt to delay a vote and the airing of concerns, Mark Laughner was officially named the interim superintendent of Greater Clark County Schools on Tuesday.
INDIANA — Improving teacher pay has emerged as a top issue in the 2019 budget-writing session of the General Assembly, but how much progress will be made remains to be seen.
NEW ALBANY — Indiana University Southeast’s School of Business received a $17,500 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation to establish the Duke Energy Nonprofit Academy, a professional development conference at IU Southeast.
This Week's Circulars
Mary Elizabeth Farnsley, 92, of New Albany, Indiana passed away Monday at Baptist Health Floyd. New Albany. She was the former Mary McNew, a native of Laurel County, Kentucky. Mary was a homemaker and a foster parent to several children. Preceded in death by husband, Carl D. Farnsley; sons, …
Wanda L. Ramey Van Meter, 88, died Monday, May 20, 2019 at Westminster Health Care in Clarksville. She was born in Louisville and was a retired supervisor for the U.S. Census Bureau. She was a member of Howard Park Christian Church in Clarksville. She was preceded in death by her husbands, H…
Betty A. Roby, 72, passed away Saturday, May 18, 2019 at Clark Memorial Hospital. She was a retired bus driver of Greater Clark County School Corporation. Betty was a member of member of Moose Lodge Auxiliary, Eagles Auxiliary and American Legion Auxiliary. She was a native of Jeffersonville…
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