Larry Veracco, superintendent, Lake Central Schools, attended this year's ReadyNWI event at Hobart High School.
HAMMOND | A former Lake Central School Corp. bus driver is suing the district, claiming it violated her civil rights and wrongfully terminated her, federal court records state.
CROWN POINT | County elections officials unanimously voted Tuesday to reject complaints that the Lake Central School Corp. violated election law.
This image shows a parent's email and the response by Lake Central School Corp. Superintendent Larry Veracco regarding the use of email addresses for a voter referendum to rebuild Lake Central High School and construct a new Protsman Elementary School. The Times redacted personal email addre…
An email from Lake Central School Corp.'s top official indicates district resources were used to push its voter referendum. But in a subsequent letter, the district denied an anti-referendum group access to the same resources.
HAMMOND | Lake Central School Corp. officials deny accusations they violated the civil rights of a 17-year-old Middle Eastern student, federal court records filed Wednesday show.
HAMMOND | The family of a Lake Central High School teen is seeking a favorable ruling in its federal bullying lawsuit against school officials, claiming the defendants missed a required filing deadline.
The last time the Lake Central School Board offered a referendum for a major school construction project, we urged the board to get more public input. Since then, the board and administration have done just that. They have listened to parents, teachers and others; and they have done the hard…
CROWN POINT | Lake Central School Corp. officials received a tongue-lashing Tuesday along with approval for the new wording of a $160 million construction referendum.
The state has revised the phrasing of a question Lake Central School Corp. will put to voters in November asking for a tax increase for a $160 million construction project.
The Crown Point Community School Corp. has paved the way for local districts seeking voter approval for tax increases to aid in funding shortfalls, region school officials said.
ST. JOHN | Up to 30 Lake Central School Corp. teaching positions could be cut next fall as the district tries to save money.
Lake Central School Corp. Superintendent Larry Veracco will take part in a live online chat from 7 to 8 tonight on the impact health insurance costs are having on school districts.
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