REO — During the South Spencer School Board meeting, several South Spencer middle school students of the month were recognized. A Rockport Elementary teacher was recognized during the meeting as well.

DALE — The Dale Lincoln Heritage Public Library MakerSpace officially opened on Wednesday, May 3. This space is a dream for crafters and creators that offers various different stations that encourage making and learning.

INDIANA — When Indiana policymakers set out to overhaul high school diplomas five years ago, their aim was simple: Ensure graduates are ready for the next step — whether that’s college or a job with decent pay.

High school sports garner significant attention in communities that want to support their student-athletes. But what about students who aren’t inclined to compete on the field or in the gym? There are many more non-athletes than athletes, and the following are some extracurricular activities…

Deb McCarthy followed a family path into public education, becoming a fifth grade teacher in the same small coastal Massachusetts town where her mother taught for more than 50 years.

The number of school districts opting to move to a four-day school week is on the rise, and superintendents of districts that have made the switch say that it helps with teacher recruitment and retention.

FERDINAND — The Spencer County Regional Chamber of Commerce invited members of the community to learn about The Institute for Workforce Excellence during a presentation and discussion styled meeting.

Books transport people to different times, provide a sense of escapism and introduce readers to different schools of thought. Individuals may read for pleasure and/or to expand their intellectual horizons.

LINCOLN CITY — On Friday, May 20 the students of Heritage Hills High School celebrated their academic successes of the 2021-2022 school year at the school’s annual “Academic Rally.”