EVSC superintendent upbeat

May 10, 2018

The head of Evansville’s public schools delivered an upbeat assessment of the EVSC.

Superintendent David Smith touted rising enrollment, student success stories, and outstanding teachers during his State of Our Schools address.

Smith showed Evansville Rotarians a chart that indicated local students who stay in the EVSC do better than their peers across the state…

"As you can see, the longer we have the students the better their performance. There is no other district that can say that."

Back to the books

Aug 8, 2017

Wednesday is Back-to-School day for many students in the Tri-State.

Evansville-Vanderburgh, Warrick County, Henderson County, and Daviess County are among school districts welcoming back thousands of students and staff on Wednesday.

Students head back to class Thursday at Mt. Vernon and North Posey schools. Some schools have already resumed classes.

Police agencies are stressing safety regardless of when the school bells ring.

EVSC, USI receive STEM education grants

Jun 23, 2017
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Hoosiers are among the nation’s least-educated in terms of science and technology, but grants recently awarded to the Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation and the University of Southern Indiana may help improve the state’s report card.

Four star schools named

May 26, 2017

A number of Southwest Indiana schools are being honored as four star schools. 

Indiana State School Superintendent Dr. Jennifer McCormick Friday morning released the second round of schools to achieve the four star designation.

In order to reach the four star designation, a school must receive an “A” rating as well as high pass rates in ISTEP testing.

In the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation, Oak Hill and Scott Elementary Schools made the list. No EVSC high schools were named.

EVSC superintendent touts GAIN

May 11, 2017

The superintendent of Evansville’s public schools says the goal is to continuously improve.

EVSC Superintendent David Smith delivered his State of Our Schools address with the help of a live, Skype hook-up with a class of 3rd graders at Oak Hill Elementary School.

His address also included a Skype debate among students at Shepard Academy at Harrison High School.

Smith used the online technology to illustrate changes in education. He said there was a time when a student struggling with math would simply be given more math problems and told to work harder.