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Isaiah Seibert / WNIN

The Evansville Police Department (EPD) will have to adapt its procedures for school resource officers in response to an Indiana Supreme Court decision last week. 

Lieutenant Karla Larmore oversees the department’s school resource officers. She isn’t exactly sure how the court’s decision in B.A. vs. State of Indiana will affect their protocols, but she said there will be one big change.

Emily Miles

The local community has the chance to attend a children’s musical adaptation of "Beauty and the Beast" at 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Friday, June 8 at the Academy for Innovative Studies - Diamond.

This year, the Public Education Foundation worked with Compass Creative Dramatics and collaborated with The Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana and the George L. Mesker Music Trust to present the play.

indianapublicmedia.org

Indiana Public Broadcasting Stations continuing coverage of the shooting at Noblesville Middle School on Friday.

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."

Harrison senior wins national contest

Apr 24, 2018
ncsc.org

A senior from Harrison High School in Evansville is the national winner of an essay contest on civics.  

Harrison senior Randi Mincy is the high school winner of the 2018 Civic Education Essay contest, which is sponsored by the National Center for State Courts.

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