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Education

  • TC Homecoming Royalty
  • Lilly counseling grants to promote student success

    PERRY COUNTY – Tell City-Troy Township School Corp. will receive $147,050 from Lilly Endowment Inc. as part of the endowment’s Comprehensive Counseling Initiative for Indiana K-12 students. Perry Central will receive the same grant in the amount of $117,800.

    The county school districts are two of more than 50 public school corporations and five charter schools in Indiana selected to implement plans to help them meet the complex academic, college, career, and social and emotional counseling needs of their students.

  • TC Schools parent-teacher conferences upcoming

    TELL CITY – The afternoon and evening of Thursday, Oct. 12, are the designated times for parent-teacher conferences at William Tell Elementary School.  Parents will be notified of their scheduled time by Monday, Oct. 9. 

    If parents need to make any changes with their appointment, they are asked to contact their child’s teacher at (812) 547-9727.

    Students at Tell City Jr.-Sr. High School will receive report cards on Tuesday, Oct.10. Parent-teacher conferences will be held Thursday, Oct. 12 from 4-7:45 p.m.

  • Bishop among Commended Students in National Merit Scholarship Program

    LEOPOLD – Principal Jody  French, of Perry Central Junior-Senior High School has announced that Luke Bishop has been named a Commended Student in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. 

    A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation, which conducts the program, has been presented by the principal to this scholastically talented senior.

  • TC Schools excelling despite call for consolidation

    Guest Column by John Scioldo

    Superintendent, Tell City-Troy Township School Corp.

     

    In response to the recent opinion piece (Sept. 18 editorial, “By the numbers: Perry County should have one school district.”) I would like to offer some insight and clarifications that in my mind are pertinent to the claims made by the author.

  • Robotics grant enhances Cannelton school’s STEM

    CANNELTON – Students at Cannelton Junior Senior High School will soon begin a robotics program to bolster their science, technology, engineering and mathematics initiatives. The class was formed in part by a donation to the school.

    The Vex EDR robotics received were purchased via federal funds available through the Carl D. Perkins Grant.

  • Perry Central homecoming candidates

    LEOPOLD – The 2017 Perry Central Football Homecoming ceremony will be held at halftime of the varsity football game vs. West Washington on Friday evening, Sept. 29. Game time is 6:30 p.m.

    Their fellow senior classmates selected the queen and king candidates. The entire high school student body voted for the queen and king.

    The queen candidates are:

  • Field staged for 2017 Homecoming honors

    The Tell City Junior-Senior High School football homecoming ceremony will be Friday, Sept. 29, at approximately 6:30 p.m. before the Marksmen take on the North Posey Vikings at Legion Field.

    The crown carriers for this year’s ceremony are Ellie Teague and Gabriel Edmondson. Ellie is the daughter of Josh and Jennifer Teague and Gabriel is the son of Christopher and Natasha Edmondson.

    Freshmen representatives are Valerie Kehl and Kaden Chestnut. Valerie is the daughter of Eric and Amy Kehl, and Kaden is the son of Lee and Jennifer Chestnut.

  • 72nd Cannelton Elementary Fall Festival set for Oct. 25

    CANNELTON – The Cannelton Elementary Parent/Teacher Organization will sponsor its 72nd annual Cannelton Fall Festival from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 25, in the Cannelton Community Center.

    Queen Candidates for this year’s festival are:

    Kindergarten, Brooke Poehlein

    First grade, Serenity Miles

    Second grade, Caitlyn Embry

    Third grade, Nora Lawson

    Fourth grade, Audrey Bodeman

    Fifth grade, Gabriella Stowe

  • Cannelton Schools enrollment steady

    By STUART CASSIDY

    Staff Writer

     

    CANNELTON – A graduation clock outside the offices of Cannelton High School gives precedence to the overall mission of those entrusted with educating the children who attend the city’s schools. The emphasis isn’t always about what the state says makes well-rounded students, but it’s an individual principle, one that balances modern academics to basic workplace skills.