DUNLAP — It may not be Christmas yet, but that didn’t stop second-graders at Concord Community Schools from celebrating.
GOSHEN — Bethany Christian Schools is kicking off the public phase of the Great Strides Capital Campaign to upgrade athletic fields, add a track, and increase safety and accessibility to the athletic complex.
ELKHART — By eliminating overdue fines on materials for kids and young adults, Elkhart Public Library has removed a roadblock to improving student literacy, advocates say.
ELKHART — Students at Concord High School have many things they could do over a weekend: club events, sports, homework, hanging out with friends and family. Or, if they can find the time, just taking a break.
ELKHART — The largest school district in Elkhart County is losing more than 1,500 students through transfers, a new report from the Indiana Department of Education shows.
MILLERSBURG — A well-known member of the Fairfield community was being remembered Thursday after his vehicle was hit from behind and pushed into the path of a third vehicle in the opposite lane, police said.
ELKHART — Students at the E3Roboticsx Center have received grant funding for their robotics teams as they work to enhance their skills in science and engineering.
ELKHART — Thousands of teachers across Indiana convened at the Statehouse for massive Red for Ed rally Tuesday morning to champion for more government funding for public education.
DUNLAP — After nearly 40 years of work at Concord Community Schools, the past year as superintendent, Tim Tahara has announced his plans to retire from the district effective June 30.
INDIANAPOLIS — Two Elkhart County marching bands made their way to the Lucas Oil Stadium on Saturday for the 47th annual ISSMA State Finals for High School Marching Bands.
GOSHEN — Goshen Community Schools is the latest school district in Elkhart County to join a growing list of districts statewide that will close Nov. 19 so that teachers can participate in the Red for Ed Action Day in Indianapolis.
Three school districts in Elkhart County are among a growing list of schools across Indiana that will not be in session a week from Tuesday due to a large number of educators requesting the day off to attend the Red for Ed Action Day at the Statehouse.
ELKHART — Elkhart High School’s Air Force Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Raider team recently earned a Top 3 finish at state competition, according to Elkhart Community Schools.
INDIANAPOLIS — Financial aid professionals will be volunteering at 37 sites in Indiana to help college-bound students and their families open the door to financial aid during College Goal Sunday.
ELKHART — Baugo school district leaders, staff, students and community members are dedicating the new kindergarten wing at Jimtown Elementary School with a long-range vision, naming the facility Hope Hall.
ELKHART — A Goshen native whose book about a girl dreaming to become an astronaut has been read at the International Space Station helped children at the ETHOS Innovation Center prepare their own dreams for blastoff this weekend.
ELKHART — Elkhart Memorial High School’s Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps has been selected as one of 81 units to receive the 2018-19 Air Force JROTC Outstanding Organization Award.
ELKHART — Shovels hit the dirt Thursday during a groundbreaking ceremony to commemorate the start of construction on Elkhart Community Schools’ new Engineering, Technology and Innovation School of Study building.
NAPPANEE — Wa-Nee Community Schools is being featured in a conversation on clean fuel emissions to show other school districts and businesses just how beneficial a different form of energy can be in the transportation fleet industry.
DUNLAP — Concord High School Music Department’s popular Christmas Spectacular will not take place this year as a result of ongoing construction in the performing arts center, school officials announced on Monday.
GOSHEN — Goshen College is offering a new program for Elkhart County’s racially and ethnically underrepresented local students who want to be teachers in area schools.
BRISTOL — Elkhart Community Schools officials met with the community a second time to provide updates on the district’s financial status, initiatives and to receive input on ways to attract and retain students.
ELKHART — From cleaning out transport vans to sorting clothes, more than 300 freshmen at Concord High School took the time to give back to the community on Wednesday.
ELKHART — A survey was conducted last month to help Elkhart Community Schools determine a direction and vision for the mascot of its new unified high school and the results have been released.
GOSHEN — Students at Goshen High School were evacuated for a short time Wednesday following the smell of natural gas, according to a post on the school’s website.
INDIANAPOLIS — Goshen Community Schools has been awarded a $9.4 million federal grant to help to sustain work to support teachers and improve students’ academics success, the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching announced Tuesday.
ELKHART — Elkhart Community Schools held the first of four public meetings Monday night providing updates on the district’s fiscal status and priorities and collecting feedback on ways to attract and retain students
DUNLAP — Judging from the festive atmosphere at South Side Elementary School, where students got active and interactive in a series of programs on Friday, one might have assumed field day came early.
ELKHART — A Concord school bus with students on board was involved in a collision Monday morning, but no injuries were reported, according to a release by Concord Community Schools.
NAPPANEE — NorthWood senior Kylee Gall has been named a Commended Student in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program, principal David Maugel announced.
ELKHART — The Elkhart Education Foundation awarded 13 grants to teachers and students across Elkhart Community Schools for its fall grant cycle, giving away $22,536.
GOSHEN — A $50,000 appropriation for a school anti-drug program was more than twice the amount county officials first set aside, but they say they were struck by the need for anti-vaping education.
ELKHART — Three families and an atheist group have complained to Baugo Community Schools that the schools, and one Jimtown High School teacher in particular, are failing to properly separate church and state, although others are coming to the teacher’s defense.