Camp focuses on hands-on science lessons for children
St. Joseph Elementary School student Bailey Brush loves bugs — from spiders and ticks to fuzzy caterpillars — so when youngsters attending the University of Southern Indiana summer camp at New Harmony went exploring for insects on Monday, Brush was in her element.
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State revamps approach to career training
In the coming months, under a mandate from Gov. Mike Pence and the Legislature, high schools will refocus on what is now called “career and technical education,” and redirect millions of dollars toward preparing students for higher skilled, more demanding, better paying work.
Pendleton library wins $10,000 grant
The Pendleton Community Public Library was selected Thursday to receive a $10,000 grant from the Open Hearts, Open Purses giving circle, an initiative of the South Madison Community Foundation.