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Schools

  • EACS mulls fate of closed schools
    East Allen County Schools board members agreed Tuesday that the district no longer needs two elementary schools that recently closed, and the buildings will go on a state list for potential charter school consideration.
  • 2 closed EACS schools to be offered for other uses
    NEW HAVEN -- East Allen County Schools board members agreed Tuesday the district no longer needs two elementary schools that recently closed and the buildings will go on a state list for potential charter school consideration.
  • Bennett to pay $5,000 in ethics settlement
    INDIANAPOLIS – The State Ethics Commission on Thursday accepted a settlement requiring former Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Bennett to pay $5,000 for an ethics violation.
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Atten-Dance

Students at Croninger Elementary School got to dance for a half hour during school for perfect attendance during the time leading up to ISTEP+.

Video: 100 percent fun

Croninger Elementary School 3rd-grader Audrey Marks, left, 4th-grader Madison Cocks, 5th-grader Kyia Clair and 4th-grader Marisslyn Horne follow along with a dance video during the Atten-Dance party Friday for students with 100 percent attendance during the time leading up to ISTEP+. Elementary and middle school students will begin this year's first round of ISTEP+ testing Monday, a week later than originally planned because of school closures in January and February.

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