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The Hammond schools purchased a number of pieces of furniture from a Lake Central School Corp. auction. They created a computer lab at Morton High School using the computer stations from Lake Central.
The School City of Hammond Maintenance Department recently purchased a bucket truck which is less costly and more efficient than renting. The truck comes in handy for many exterior repairs including changing outside lights as pictured here by School City of Hammond Electrician Matt Corbin
A new ticket booth for George Rogers Clark High School, built by students in the Hammond Area Career Center Building Trades Class under the direction of building trades teacher Dave Verta. The Clark Athletic Boosters stained and finished the log cabin before it was moved over to Clark. The t…
Author Jerry Pallotta shares his books with students and learns about their creative efforts at the Young Authors Conference hosted by the School City of Hammond for grades 2 to 6.
Students from Wallace Elementary School, from left, Nadia Martinez, Trinity Smith, Quinita Royal, Tyler Mitchell, Kaniyah Heads, Jade Quinoez and Tatianna Smith, show the books they wrote and illustrated during the Youth Authors Conference hosted by the School City of Hammond.
Professional storyteller Grant Fitch takes a break while performing 45-minute lunchtime sessions for students at the Young Authors Conference at Hammond's Morton Elementary School.
Talking about reading with Clifford the Big Read Dog during the School City of Hammond Title 1 Book Mobile tour are, front row from left, Hammond School Board member Marilyn Jones; Clifford, portrayed by O’Bannon Elementary School Assistant Principal Ryan Eckart; Title 1 office staffers Cynd…
Children choose books from the School City of Hammond Title 1 Book Mobile at Pulaski Park in Hammond.
Students from the Forensic Science class from the School City of Hammond's S.O.A.R. program pose in front of a Superior Ambulance and the MCI trailer after learning about careers in the medical field. Students are pictured with teacher Regina Ellis, EMT Lindsey Demore and Supervisor Ken Sink.
Ken Sink of Superior Ambulance talks to students from the Forensic Science class from the School City of Hammond's S.O.A.R. program about how the hydraulics on the stretcher work so EMTs do not have to strain to lift patients into the vehicle.
Purdue University Calumet nursing students, from left in white coats, Christine Avgerinos, Sarah Sheely and Lisa Leonhardt, show Hammond Adult Education students David Etheridge and Jazmin Neal proper tooth brushing techniques during Health Literacy Day. Nursing students presented five works…
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