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On Thursday, Dec. 8, the New Harmony School Board voted unanimously to seek consolidation.
Teachers, school board members, state senator Jim Tomes and approximately 100 citizens came to the Ribeyre gymnasium Annex on Sunday, Nov. 27, as Col. Darvin Barnes led an informational meeting about the New Harmony School funding crisis.
The National Writing Project has an ambitious goal: to improve the writing ability of every student, employee, and citizen.
The Occupy Evansville crowd was composed of a diverse group of participants –from elementary school children to retired veterans to blue-collar laborers and university students and faculty.
Mount Vernon Democrat correpsondent Mary Keck talked with Todd Camp, superintendent of North Posey schools, about possible consolidation with New Harmony.
Mr. Mojo’s speech covered physical, verbal, and cyber bullying and focused on difference. He asked, “What happens when someone doesn’t meet your normal?”