• ISTEP results, teacher incentive pay addressed


    Staff Writer


    TELL CITY – A large portion of the Tell City School Corp. Board’s activity at its first meeting  of the year Jan. 12, was devoted to reorganization. Among the laundry list of agenda items was election of board president, vice president and secretary.

    Presiding board president, Larry Kleeman, was nominated for all three positions but declined to serve in either of the top jobs, eventually accepting the title of secretary.

  • James receives fellowship to continue studies

    EVANSTON – Indiana State University, through the history department, has awarded the Gertrude and Theodore Debs Memorial Fellowship to Landan James to continue his study in the history of American labor and reform movements. This award is granted annually and is valued at $7,500. Up to two fellowships are awarded each year.

    Landan is a 2010 graduate of Heritage Hills High School. He is the son of Charles and Janet James, formerly of Evanston.

    He is now beginning the last semester of his graduate program, studying the history of social reform movements.

  • United Way and Cannelton Elementary team up for the holidays
  • William Tell Elementary second nine-week grading period honor rolls

    TELL CITY – William Tell Elementary has released its honor rolls for the second nine-week grading period of the 2015-16 school year.

  • Perry Central Homecoming candidates chosen

    LEOPOLD – The 2015-16 Perry Central Basketball Homecoming Ceremony will be held between games of the boys’ varsity/junior varsity basketball game against Orleans this Friday evening, Jan. 22. The junior varsity game begins at 5:30 p.m.

    The senior class selected the queen and king candidates, and the entire high school student body chose the queen and king.

  • Perry Central Jr.-Sr. High School honor roll for second grading period released

    LEOPOLD – Perry Central Jr.-Sr. High School has released the honor roll for the second grading period.

    Grade 12 honor roll: Hayden S. Hilgenhold, Madeline D. Hubert, Justice W. Johnson, Landon L. Kellems, Morgan G. Kemp, Trinton R. Lenard, Lane J. Lynch, Amber A. Neyenhaus, Elizabeth A. Paris, Jacob L. Peters, Alexis N. Pittman, Verna A. Schwartz, Emily R. Sprinkle, Marcus R. Thomas, Payton J. Thompson, Cassandra J. Ubelhor, Brynnan S. Underhill, Brian W. Waninger, Joshua T. Ward and Jennifer A. Woods.

  • Financial aid night Jan. 27

    TELL CITY – Tell City Junior-Senior High School will host a Financial Aid Night on Wednesday, Jan. 27, at 6 p.m. in the school library. Seniors and their parents or guardians are encouraged to attend. A financial aid representative will be there to go over the Free Application for Federal Student Aid form to help those filing better understand the financial aid application process.

    If you have any questions, contact Lisa Noble at lisa.noble@tellcity.k12.in.us or at (812) 547-9715, Ext. 223.

  • School looking for potters, ceramics fans

    TELL CITY – The Tell City Junior-Senior High School art department is looking for local residents who make pottery or ceramics to take part in an upcoming project.

    The school’s first Empty Bowls program will help raise money for local food shelters and will be held April 9. Glazed bowls are sought for the project. Junior-high school art teacher Stacy Marion and high school art teacher Shelly Goodrich received a grant of $1,650 through the Community Foundation of Perry County to make the event possible.

  • Cannelton Elementary School honor rolls

    CANNELTON – The students at Cannelton Elementary School  who earned various honor roll distinctions during the second grading period of the first term and for the first term as a whole are listed in three categories: distinguished honor roll, regular honor roll and honorable mention.


    Term 1, Grading Period 2

    Grade 1 distinguished honor roll: Summer DuPont, Isaac Fuqua, Nora Lawson, Addyson Little, Julie Rico, Dodge Roesch and Ayla Snyder.

  • Renaissance class students of November