ELKHART — Graduation rates have climbed statewide in Indiana and for most schools in Elkhart County, according to recently released information from the Indiana Department of Education.
ELKHART — Elkhart Community Schools’ voters will get a chance in May to reconsider approving a tax hike that would bolster employee pay while renewing the school district’s existing transportation referendum.
ELKHART — The City of Elkhart and Elkhart Police Department personnel donated over $20,000 to provide gifts for Elkhart Community Schools’ students, officials announced on Friday.
SOUTH BEND — A local nonprofit that combats food waste and insecurity announced it has recovered 1 million pounds of food since its founding in 2017.
ELKHART — Elkhart High School will operate on a virtual schedule, beginning Nov. 30, for the remainder of this semester and the first two weeks of the second semester, the district announced Friday.
ELKHART — Some of those behind bars for causing harm to society are now using their time to make a difference in the community they are striving to be a part of again.
ELKHART — Internet access has been an issue for some students at Elkhart Community Schools, but a group of college interns recently helped the district with a solution.
ELKHART — Nearly 30 candidates are vying for over a dozen seats on the boards of seven public school corporations in Elkhart County for the Nov. 3 election.
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.
ELKHART — A student and staff member at Elkhart Community Schools tested positive for COVID-19 two days after schools reopened, district officials said.
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.
ELKHART — Whether full-time or part-time, students in the Elkhart area will return to school remotely in some form this fall, and district officials say the instruction will be more rigorous and engaging than it was in the spring.
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.
ELKHART — Elkhart Community Schools became the latest district in Elkhart County to announce graduation plans, and both of its high schools – Central and Memorial – are preparing to have in-person graduation ceremonies.
ELKHART — Elkhart Community Schools is moving forward with a $16,050,000 plan to provide renovations to three of its facilities following action by the school board.
ELKHART — Libraries used to be a place where students checked out books and read quietly, but that’s a far cry from what any of the elementary spaces are now at Elkhart Community Schools.
ELKHART — Ways school corporations are addressing teacher shortages and the future of education were among topics discussed Thursday morning at a “Breakfast with Superintendents” forum.
ELKHART — Although no cases of coronavirus infection have been reported in Elkhart County, local school corporations are still taking extra precautions and making preparations if the situation takes a turn for the worse.
ELKHART — A new mascot was chosen and recommended fight song lyrics were revealed for Elkhart Community Schools unified Elkhart High School at Tuesday’s school board meeting.
ELKHART — The unified Elkhart High School is in need of a fight song, and those interested in helping to create it have until Friday to submit their suggestions for lyrics.
ELKHART — In Elkhart as a guest performer for Sunday’s Elkhart County Symphony concert, internationally acclaimed violinist Wen-Lei Gu also took the time to visit area schools to teach young musicians a few tricks of her trade.
ELKHART — Elkhart Community Schools officials held a grand opening for their new $3.7 million automotive learning facility on Thursday, hoping to meet a growing need for such training.
ELKHART — Students at Elkhart Community Schools will be singing a new fight song next school year when Elkhart Central and Elkhart Memorial merge to become Elkhart High School.
ELKHART — With winter break still in session, hundreds of children and their families headed to the ETHOS Innovation Center on Monday for a few hours of some hands-on science during Open Museum Day.
ELKHART— A small fire caused a brief evacuation at Monger Elementary School on Monday morning after a student lit a paper towel dispenser on fire in the school’s bathroom, according to the Elkhart Fire Department.
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.
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 — 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.
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.