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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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BigTrucks

For Public Works week the City of Fort Wayne brought their big trucks to Lindley Elementary School.

2-person car? Not in their book

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Lindley Elementary School first-graders Christopher Paul, left, Uronne Washington, Kailah Arrington, and Abigail Horner check out a two-person electric Think car that was part of the city of Fort Wayne's fleet of Public Works and City Utility vehicles that visited the school on Tuesday. Most of the vehicles were large working trucks.

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