Kicking off the annual "Volley for the Cure" event, members of the Liberty Christian School volleyball team are flocking the yard of athletic director Jason Chappell. Until Oct. 8, the date of the "Volley for the Cure" game, team members will be raising money in a variety of ways to donate to a Liberty family that is battling breast cancer. Community members can donate funds to have a number of pink flamingos placed in the yard of a friend or co-worker as a fun way to raise money for the event.
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- Liberty Christian excited for new school year Both campuses of Liberty Christian School were vibrating with excitement Thursday ahead of today's opening of school.
- Lapel prepares to entertain at Band Day For the Lapel High School Marching Bulldogs Band director, Saturday’s Indiana State Fair Marching Band Contest is about working hard, having fun and performing in front of a big audience.
- Alexandria schools to focus on technology, science Fourth- and eighth-grade students at Alexandria-Monroe Community Schools will be outfitted with iPads this year as administrators continue to advance new technologies in the classroom.
- No Child Left Behind request exposes rift A new critique of Indiana's efforts to maintain its exemptions from the No Child Left Behind requirements, written by top staff to Gov. Mike Pence, is widening a rift between state education leaders as federal officials near a decision on the waiver.
Elwood band plans march to Emerald City
Like toy soldiers on an imaginary battlefield, members of the Elwood Jr./ Sr. High School marching band stood poised for action, silhouetted against a dying sun Tuesday night.
- One principal to guide St. Ambrose, St. Mary's Brad Kluesner will serve a dual role as principal of both St. Ambrose and St. Mary's Catholic schools as 2014-2015 classes get underway today.
Elwood leads the pack, school begins today in the district
Last-minute preparations were underway at Elwood Elementary School on Tuesday ahead of today's opening of the 2014-2015 school year.
- ACS has open house for new career center When James Jordan and Shantez Goolsby graduate from Anderson High School next spring, he will be a certified pharmacy tech, and she will be a certified nursing assistant.
- Frankton embraces challenges, advantages to starting Band Day James Handshoe is trying to clear away all the distractions.
- Elwood freshmen learn the ways of high school through mentoring program About half the 112 incoming freshmen at Elwood Jr./Sr. High School got a jump on their friends recently by attending a freshman orientation session. Joan Mercer, an English teacher who helped organize the the orientation, said the mentor program, which has been in place for several years, has been effective in new students make the high school transition.
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