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Schools

  • EACS expects tax rates to decrease next year
    NEW HAVEN – Enrollment and staffing are down, circuit breaker losses are down and if all goes as projected, the tax rate for East Allen County Schools should decrease slightly next year.
  • Business panel proposes IU govern IPFW
    Indiana University, not Purdue University, should govern IPFW, and the state's performance funding formula should reflect the number of students who graduate in five or six years instead of four.
  • FWCS kicks off 2014-15 with rally
    They were told plenty of people were looking to tear them down, that they were in a war for the survival of public education and that they should be wary of politicians who haven’t seen the inside of a classroom in years.
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Health Screen

Medtech nursing students share their skills with a health screening at The Salvation Army

Video: Students do health checks at Salvation Army

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Rachel Hadsall, a student nurse at MedTech College, takes a Salvation Army resident's blood pressure and temperature during a health screening Wednesday at The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center. Students, under the direction of their instructors, screened and talked to participants about wellness and health care habits.

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