GOSHEN — Election officials finalized some details ahead of a special election that will cost Concord Community Schools up to $65,000.
ELKHART — Concord Community Schools’ voters will be asked in November to extend the district’s existing operating funding from a previous referendum for eight years but at a lower rate.
GOSHEN — Jen Yoder, an Engineering & Design Technology educator at Goshen High School, has been selected a “Top 10” finalist for Indiana Teacher of the Year, the district announced Wednesday.
GOSHEN — After a year of hybrid learning, quarantines and following COVID-19 protocols, Goshen Community Schools is the latest school district in Elkhart County to announce plans to return to a more traditional school setting this fall.
NAPPANEE — “This Is Me.” These three simple words carry an important message behind the 16 self-portraits created by a group of local students who artistically expressed themselves for a new community project.
ELKHART — Indiana elementary and middle school standardized test scores plunged this year, which local educators say shows the toll the COVID-19 pandemic has had on student learning.
GOSHEN — Goshen Community Schools will provide students with after-school care and tutoring to help combat learning loss from the COVID-19 pandemic after recently being awarded a $756,216 state grant.
ELKHART — Three Concord High School teachers will not be charged with failing to report suspected child abuse by a fourth educator, the Elkhart County Prosecutor’s Office said on Friday.
GOSHEN — A former high school teacher accused of multiple sex crimes involving students as well as possession of child pornography has been given a September trial date.
ELKHART — A former Concord High School social studies teacher accused of inappropriate behavior with students and possessing child pornography turned himself into authorities Tuesday.
ELKHART — Dancing, hugs and more than a few tears marked the historic four-part commencement this weekend of Elkhart High School’s first unified class since 1972.
ELKHART — After an unprecedented school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, more Elkhart-area students than ever will be spending a portion of their summer back in the classrooms, school officials report.
ELKHART — Trying to adjust after voters rejected a request for additional funding in May, the Elkhart School Board is approving up to $2.2 million in transportation cuts.
ELKHART — When Hannah Goldsborough received an award for perfect attendance in sixth grade at Woodland Elementary School, she knew this was a feat she wanted to continue until she graduated.
ELKHART — The 2021 Concord High School commencement saw graduates accept congratulations from classmates, families and teachers. Under a warm sunny evening sky graduates were awarded their diplomas after listening to speeches about their time in school and the possibilities of their futures.…
Walking into school after months of online learning, it was weird identifying a classmate by only their eyes, with half of their face covered by a surgical mask. It was an eerie feeling, and almost unreal like in the movies. My senior year was supposed to be filled with memories that would l…
SOUTH BEND — Grants have been awarded to eight regional colleges and universities for new programs designed to help the South Bend-Elkhart region advance its workforce skills.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana high school graduates who may not be ready for college have a new option to help them prepare over the summer through Indiana’s “Bridging the Gap” initiative.
ELKHART— Elkhart Community Schools is considering plans to cut about $2 million in transportation funds after the district’s spring referendum failed.
SOUTH BEND — South Bend Public Transportation Corp. (Transpo) and Interurban Trolley again will offer free and unlimited transportation for all K-12 students in June, July and August.
GOSHEN — Goshen College has been selected to receive an IDEAS (Increase and Diversify Education Abroad for U.S. Students) grant from the U.S. Department of State’s Capacity Building Program for U.S. Study Abroad.
ELKHART — With graduation just weeks away for local high schools, education leaders share a goal of returning commencement ceremonies as close as possible to a more traditional approach.
ELKHART — A staff member at Jimtown High School resigned amid allegations of having an inappropriate social media relationship with a student, district officials announced.
GOSHEN — Jeromy Sheets has been named director of athletics and student activities, and will coordinate athletic, school and co-curricular activities for students in Grades 4-8 at Goshen Intermediate School and Goshen Junior High School.
ELKHART — Art classes at Elkhart High School East partnered with the City of Elkhart on Monday to paint trash cans that will be distributed throughout the city.
ELKHART — You don’t have to be a math whiz to understand that a $5,000 scholarship will help an eighth-grader as they consider college four years from now.
ELKHART — The Capt. John Jackson chapter of the National Society United States Daughters of 1812 presented JROTC medals and certificates at the Elkhart High School Auditorium on Monday to Cadet Emma Shafer and Cadet Jose Del Valle.
ELKHART — The Elkhart High School Class of 1941 sticks together. On Wednesday, a group of local 98-year-olds celebrated their 80th anniversary of graduating from high school.
ELKHART — A newly renovated park on Elkhart’s south-central side was unveiled on Thursday and received national recognition for promoting physical activity.
DUNLAP — Three Concord High School teachers have been placed on administrative leave as part of an investigation into “inappropriate sexual comments” allegedly made by a fourth educator last week, district officials reported on Tuesday.
ELKHART — A local care facility is planning to expand its services by offering early childhood learning that officials say will impact all generations.
ELKHART — More than 1,000 high schoolers attended a career fair Friday for an opportunity to learn about and possibly fill some temporary or full-time positions available in Elkhart County.
ELKHART — A Concord Community Schools teacher accused of making “inappropriate comments of a sexual nature” has been placed on leave and faces termination, school officials said Thursday.
ELKHART — School officials say they are “devastated” and concerned about the effect on students after residents overwhelmingly rejected a request for another $122 million in property tax funding for Elkhart Community Schools.