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GOSHEN — Giving to Goshen College continued to increase for the 2019-20 fiscal year, with an overall growth of nearly 32 percent from last year and a 9.2 percent increase in gifts to the Goshen College Fund, officials announced on Wednesday.

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ELKHART — Elkhart Community Schools is hoping to cut down on the frequency of cars illegally passing school buses by attaching more stop-arm cameras to its buses.

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GOSHEN — Secondary students at Goshen Community Schools will begin a gradual return to mostly in-person classes Sept. 21.

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ELKHART — Ivy Tech Community College South Bend-Elkhart will host a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday on a 10,000 square-foot iFlex lab for Advanced Manufacturing and Automation.

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Indiana health officials are warning residents to take coronavirus precautions seriously over the Labor Day weekend, even as new statewide COVID-19 risk ratings show most counties have minimal or moderate virus spread.

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ELKHART — School nurses aren’t foreign to performing public health tasks, but in the age of COVID-19, their role is more vital than ever as they are serving on a new front line in keeping students safe.

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GOSHEN — It’s probably a good thing Alexia Potter wasn’t scored on how well she thought she performed on the ACT.

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ELKHART — With the continued need by schools and parents for At-Home Learning during this time, WNIT Public Television-PBS Michiana is continuing to refine and expand the programming we offer for learning experiences in the home. Focusing on students in grades K-12, the shows align with educ…

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ELKHART — Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary will hold its 2020 commencement activities online on Saturday; the public is invited to attend a live-streamed commencement and commissioning ceremony from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at ambs.edu/commencement.

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ELKHART — The network at Baugo Community Schools was targeted by denial-of-service hackers this week, forcing a disruption in internet service and virtual learning, school officials said Thursday.

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ELKHART — Students at Cleveland Elementary hopped off buses and from family cars donning masks as part of a new requirement to the dress code before heading to class to embark on a new normal for the first day of school Monday morning.

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ELKHART — The face masks may have hidden their smiles, but the excitement in their voices could still be heard as students at Concord West Side Elementary headed back to class for the first day of school Wednesday morning.

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ELKHART — Child care is a top concern for many working parents who opted to send their children back to school to receive some in-person instruction this fall amid the COVID-19 pandemic, local officials say.

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ELKHART — Elkhart County schools reversed course twice last week on plans to reopen for the school year, but school leaders are pressing forward optimistically as they revert to their original goal that involves a mix of in-person and remote learning.

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ELKHART — High school coaches and players in Elkhart County will have to sort through the effects of a health order that allows practices to resume, with restrictions, but also suspends most competitions through Aug. 24.

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ELKHART — Elkhart County students can go back to in-person instruction at the beginning of the new school year, despite hearing Thursday that they would have to wait weeks.

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ELKHART — Some parents are relieved. Others are frustrated and dumbfounded. Students in Elkhart County should not start the school year with in-person learning, the county's top health official says.

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ELKHART — Students in all schools in Elkhart County will begin the year with online learning, based on a recommendation from county health officials, in an effort to stem the spread of the coronavirus.

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ELKHART — Elkhart County Health Officer Dr. Lydia Mertz on Monday evening defended her decision to recommend that schools resume in-person instruction.

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ELKHART — School will look different in the fall, and so will child care facilities as they try to accommodate local school corporations during unprecedented challenges brought by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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INDIANAPOLIS — An opportunity to fulfill graduation requirements will be available this fall to high school juniors and seniors who tutor younger students, an option that could help fill gaps in education left by remote learning, according to area lawmakers.

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ELKHART – Ivy Tech Community College, South Bend-Elkhart, is starting an incentive program for first-time and continuing students registering for fall classes, officials announced on Monday.

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ELKHART — As the school year approaches, local school corporations have released tentative plans that define procedures for reopening its schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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ELKHART — Elkhart Community Schools parents will have two options for their children when classes resume next month amid efforts to contain the coronavirus, district leaders announced Tuesday night.

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GOSHEN — A new group has formed at Goshen Community Schools to help collapse any disparities in opportunities and outcomes for all students.

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