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OPS, DCPS to give staff 'COVID-19 pay'

In an effort to reward school district employees for going beyond their lines of duty in the last 18 months, city and county school systems are providing supplemental “COVID-19 pay.”. Owensboro Public Schools approved the payments at its Sept. 9 board of education meeting, and Daviess County Public Schools board...
OWENSBORO, KY
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Ivy Tech Community College Hosting Express Enrollment

Evansville, IN — Ivy Tech Community College will host Express Enrollment week Monday, September 27 to Friday, October 1 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. During the event, prospective students will complete their enrollment steps and sign up for classes that start October 20, 2021. Walk-in’s are welcome and...
EVANSVILLE, IN
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Board of School Trustees of the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation Meeting

The Board of School Trustees of the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation will meet in executive session at 4:00 p.m. on Monday, September 20, 2021, in the Schroeder Conference Centre located in the EVSC Administration Building, 951 Walnut, IN 47713, Evansville, IN. The session will be conducted according to Senate Enrolled Act 313, Section 1, I.C. 5-14-1.5-6.1, as amended. The purpose of the meeting is for discussion of: collective bargaining, (2)(A) and purchase or lease of property, (2)
EVANSVILLE, IN
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The university mourns death of freshman

The university community is mourning the death of a student. Jacob “Jake” Gwaltney, freshman undecided major, passed away on Sept. 9, 2021, at his home. Gwaltney, 21, of Newburgh, Indiana, died from suicide, according to Sarah Seaton, Warrick County coroner. He liked to travel, skateboard, lift weights and spend time...
NEWBURGH, IN
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TikTok trend causing damage in Tri-State schools

OWENSBORO, Ky. (WFIE) - It’s a trend on TikTok that has been impacting schools all over the country. It’s been seen to influence students to steal bathroom supplies, like soap dispensers, toilet paper, and even sinks. [READ MORE: TikTok pulls ‘devious licks’ videos of kids stealing from schools]. Owensboro Public...
OWENSBORO, KY
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Latest Tik-Tok Trend is Encouraging Students to Steal from Schools

A new Tik-Tok trend is encouraging teens to steal items from their schools. It's now raising red flags among our Tri-State school districts. School districts 44News reach out to say Tik-Tok has been a problem in the past. But they made it clear if students are doing something that violates...
EVANSVILLE, IN
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How Tri-State Food Bank feeds kids when not in school

EVANSVILLE, Ind (WEHT) One in five children in the Tri-State face hunger. That’s the number from the Tri-State Food Bank. To make sure all children are well fed before heading to class, the food bank partners with businesses and relies on donations and grants to pay for the backpack program. But of course thousands of bags would not be full of food without volunteers.
EVANSVILLE, IN
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New Paramedic Program at OCTC

Daviess County Fiscal Court has signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Owensboro Community & Technical College (OCTC), American Medical Response (AMR), and the City of Owensboro. “Effective January 2022, OCTC will provide an accelerated program for paramedics in our community,” said Judge-Executive Al Mattingly. “Once they pass this program,...
DAVIESS COUNTY, KY
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Trojans beat Shoals, fall to Evansville Day over weekend

The Wood Memorial Trojans soccer team put together a 1-1 weekend as they defeated Blue Chip Conference rival Shoals 5-2 on the road Thursday but fell to non-conference foe Evansville Day School 7-1 in Evansville. Thursday's win saw the Trojans jump out to a 5-0 lead thanks to a hat...
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OFFICIAL NOTICE OF MEETING OF IVY TECH COMMUNITY COLLEGE-EVANSVILLE CAMPUS BOARD OF TRUSTEES

OFFICIAL NOTICE OF MEETING OF IVY TECH COMMUNITY COLLEGE-EVANSVILLE CAMPUS BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Notice is hereby given that the Campus Board of Trustees of Ivy Tech Community College Evansville will be holding the following meeting virtually on Zoom and in person at 3501 N First Avenue in the Hilliard Lyons Board Room (Room 201) on September 22 2021, at 8 a.m. CST.
EVANSVILLE, IN
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Area School Corporations in Indiana Benefit from Safety Grants

The Indiana Legislature has approved around 19 million dollars in grants for improved state school security. Every school who requested a grant was approved for funding to help their corporation’s schools improve safety. Representative Randy Frye explains the grants are vital in keeping students and educators safe in school. Evansville...
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Hamilton named Aces' baseball coach

Jody Hamilton is taking over the reins for the Owensboro Catholic High School baseball team. The legendary baseball coach, one of the winningest in Kentucky High School Athletic Association history, retired from coaching in 2018 and moved to Owensboro to be closer to family in the area. However, when the Aces came calling in recent weeks, Hamilton answered.
OWENSBORO, KY
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Western Ky. School Districts Decide To Require Masking

Almost all western Kentucky school districts have decided to require face masks in schools following the state legislature’s decision to eliminate a statewide school mask mandate and leave the decision up to the districts and school boards. The bill passed by the state legislature — which supporters say will better...
KENTUCKY STATE
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USI enrollment count reflects areas of growth, shifts in campus composition

As we arrive at Fall Census and begin to analyze the final data taken from the enrollment count, there are encouraging results and ongoing challenges to report. Exact numbers will be released early next week after the conclusion of Census, but the size and composition of campus has been affected by several factors, including the COVID-19 pandemic and demographic and market shifts which have affected higher education as a whole.
EVANSVILLE, IN