CROWN POINT | “Another academic record is broken as more schools than ever in our history earn the Indiana Four Star School Award,” Dr. Teresa A. Eineman, Superintendent of Schools said.
CROWN POINT | Dr. Teresa A. Eineman, Superintendent of Schools, and Mrs. Mary Ann Chapko, Eisenhower principal, welcomed a new principal to Eisenhower Elementary School. Principal Colin, a fourth grade student, took over the helm at Eisenhower on May 14 as Principal for the Day.
A former Crown Point teacher has been terminated from his position in a Florida school district after an investigation relating to his conduct in another state.
CROWN POINT | Superintendent Dr. Teresa A. Eineman and Douglas McArthur principal Marian Buchko welcomed a new principal to Douglas MacArthur Elementary recently. Brianna, a fourth grade student, took over the helm at MacArthur on March 15 as principal for the day.
Indiana law now requires school superintendents to be subject to annual review. That should have been happening all along.
Crown Point Community School Corp. Superintendent Teresa Eineman acted appropriately when she sought three independent investigations into allegations of improper conduct by two male teachers.
CROWN POINT | The city's picturesque downtown served as the backdrop Tuesday for television producers taping a segment of the program "Today In America."
A Plainfield-based nonprofit held a meeting Thursday featuring two local school superintendents coaching others on how to hold successful referenda.
As we now move into our fifth year of providing an annual progress edition, the One Region, One Vision initiative has continued to evolve from the modest challenge to a movement being embraced on so many levels by many different people and organizations.
The Indiana Association of School Principals has chosen four local principals as 2011 IASP District 1 Principals of the Year.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point Community School Corp. Superintendent Teresa Eineman gave preliminary notices to 48 teachers and said she also is putting support staff and administrators on notice that unless the upcoming referendum passes, they may not have a job in the fall.
So much attention is paid to education's five-alarm fires -- the worst schools -- that wrong impressions about Indiana's schools can be created. The excellent schools need recognition, too.
Crown Point Community School Corp. officials are making the case for a referendum on increasing property tax support for the schools. In doing so, they're reopening a can of worms that was sealed not long ago.
Local education leaders say if state education cuts continue and the funding formula remains the same, nearly every school district may ask taxpayers to increase property taxes.
What? Did the Indiana state solicitor general call our 7,700 students, 15,400 parents, 900 employees and the 45,000 good folks of Winfield and Center Townships "winners" or "losers?"
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