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Wednesday, April 24, 2019
  • Offering aid through art
    Following the devastating hurricanes that struck Texas, Florida, and the Caribbean, fifth grade students in Rosalie Fidanze’s class at Wallace Elementary School of Integrated Arts are stepping up to help those in need.
  • Howard Elementary Centennial Celebration
    Many school buildings in Howard County are relatively young. With the exception of Central Middle School, only one other building in the county can boast a birth year before 1920. 
  • Books and Braids
    A new girls’ mentorship program at Maconaquah Elementary School is strengthening reading skills and self esteem through hair styling. Books and Braids was introduced to Mac El this year, and the program pairs students with educators for weekly one-on-one meetings.
  • Taylor students hit the streets
    For the second year, Taylor School Corporation effectively closed its doors to allow students the chance to get involved in their community. On Tuesday, instead of opening books or beginning a test, the students and staff loaded up on buses for a different type of learning.
  • Taylor Community Schools Host Second Service Learning Day
    1,500 students, faculty and staff from Taylor Community Schools, in partnership with United Way of Howard County, will host their Second Pre K - 12 Service Learning Day on Tuesday, August 29th from 9am - 11am.
  • Miami Correctional Facility Donates to Pipe Creek Elementary
    With the school season recently underway, Miami Correctional Facility (MCF) staff wanted to assist local students with back-to-school supplies. In just a matter of days, MCF staff collected a total of 458 boxes of crayons to distribute to students at Pipe Creek Elementary School.
  • Windmill Grill Stuff the Bus campaign kicks off Aug. 14
    Beginning Aug. 14, Windmill Grill’s annual Stuff the Bus campaign will kick off at the restaurant’s location (2335 W. Sycamore St.) to help gather school supplies for students in need from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. each day that week.
  • Do I Have to Stop for that School Bus?
    In Indiana late July and early August brings hot weather, the State Fair and also the start of a new school year. Every school year the Indiana State Police receives numerous complaints about school bus stop arm violations from school corporations around the state.  
  • Kokomo School Corporation Enrollment
    The quality and diverse educational opportunities within the Kokomo School Corporation are Tuition Free to ALL students.  We encourage parents to give Kokomo Schools the opportunity to provide your students with a quality educational experience during the 2017-2018 school year.
  • Pipe Creek classroom receives NIPSCO grant
    Chas Zelinsky’s incoming kindergarten students are in for a unique experience this fall. Their classroom at Pipe Creek Elementary School will have an array of alternative seating choices thanks to a generous grant from Northern Indiana Power Supply Company (NIPSCO).
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