Tri-creek School Corporation
LOWELL | Tri-Creek schools is proposing a $14.8 million levy to cover a proposed $37.8 million budget.
Our Town of Lowell is located in South Lake County. State Road 2 which runs through the middle of town connects us to I-65 to the east and US 41 to the west.
Tri-Creek School Corp. is restricting photography at school events to only those with permission -- parents and grandparents, for example -- to do so. The district is acting like an overprotective parent.
CROWN POINT | Lake County's public school districts are carrying $1.8 billion in debt on their books.
LOWELL | Phillip Kuiper has spent all of his 50 years in this south Lake County community, growing up one block off the downtown where a department store, men's and women's clothing shops, two jewelry stores, a movie theater and more met locals' needs.
LOWELL | Rebecca Pavich is the new Lowell Middle School principal following action Wednesday morning by the Tri-Creek School Corp.
LOWELL | Twenty-four people have applied for the superintendent position with the Tri-Creek School Corp.
LOWELL | Last week's blizzard will force the last day of school further into June for Tri-Creek School Corp. students, who must make up the three days of school that were canceled.
LOWELL | Innovative programs continue to be part of the curriculum for Tri-Creek area students, thanks to the support of the Tri-Creek Education Foundation Inc. The foundation's ninth annual competitive grant opportunity in the amount of $10,000 will impact more than 2,800 students.
LOWELL | While Superintendent Alice Neal will be retiring at the end of this school year, she is leaving a world view for the future education of Tri-Creek School Corp. students as a parting gift.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Corp. board has been recognized as an outstanding board by the Indiana School Boards Associaton.
CROWN POINT | The disheveled man who has evaded a furious police manhunt after random shootings that have left one dead and two others severely wounded may not be a stranger to the region.
LOWELL | The manhunt continues for a gunman who shot people in Illinois and Indiana on Tuesday morning, killing one and injuring at least two others.
LOWELL | According to federal law, school districts must maintain asbestos management plans and keep parents and employees informed of their status.
LOWELL | Alice Neal, superintendent of the Tri-Creek School Corp., has been selected the 2011 District 1 Superintendent of the Year.
LOWELL | The storied life of a deteriorating brick hilltop building at 525 E. Main St. may be reaching its final chapter.
LOWELL | Tri-Creek Education Foundation Inc. is has announced its ninth annual Competitive Grant Opportunity available to the Tri-Creek School Corporation and St. Edward School of Lowell.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Corp. board has signed a leasing agreement with Southlake Pop Warner Football and Cheerleading to use the former Lowell Middle School football field and outbuilding.
LOWELL | Land surrounding the Tri-Creek School Corp. administrative offices at 195 W. Oakley Ave. almost became part of the Lake County sheriff's tax sale.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Corp. is ready to log in permanently to online registration after this year's foray into cyberspace was a resounding success.
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