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- Lapel students tour China as part of leadership conference Travel to exotic world locations to experience different cultures is on just about everyone's personal bucket list. A group of four Lapel High School students recently checked a big one off theirs.
- Gaithers supporting Wigwam project Terry Thimlar, a partner in Wigwam Sports & Entertainment (WSE) LLC, said this week that gospel singer Bill Gaither is an investor in the project and a supporter of the effort to save the Wigwam complex from the wrecking ball.
- Parent trainings set for April 22 On April 22, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Anderson Community School Corp. and IN*SOURCE will offer Part 3 in a series of parent trainings, “Discipline."
- Kamalay brings music history program to Pendleton Library A degree in political philosophy and a love of music history led to the development of Ray Kamalay’s unique program, “Slavery and the Rise of American Music,” which he will bring to the Pendleton Library Sunday at 2 p.m.
Alexandria elementary gas leak investigated
A possible gas leak at Alexandria-Monroe Elementary School was investigated Monday after staffers smelled gas while performing scheduled maintenance.
- AHS students honored at career conference Four Anderson High School students were recognized for their employability skills at a state competition.
- Common-core changes coming Field testing begins this week in 36 states and the District of Columbia on assessments developed by two different groups of states. Participating students will be asked to sit for hours in front of a computer or use a No. 2 pencil to answer questions.
- AHS student to take part in leadership conference When a letter arrived in the mail recently congratulating Zac'Aree Owens on being nominated to attend the National Young Leaders State Conference in Washington, D.C. in June, his mom didn't know what to think.
- PHHS percussion group in state competition throughout the cold and dreary winter months, the Pendleton Heights Indoor Percussion group has been playing in competitions across the state and winning.
- Children, staff settle in at new Anderson Head Start center In one classroom, several children play doctor, while others practice their building skills with blocks.
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