Filed Under: ECI News
As the community considers which Muncie Community Schools buildings should stay open and which ones should close, one has been left off the list – the Muncie Fieldhouse. School Board President Beverly Kelley says the building should be “on the table.”
And that’s one of the reasons why the board is having the town hall meetings, to get ideas that haven’t been considered. Decreases in enrollment and state funding means the district is looking for big ways to cut costs. The final town hall meeting is set for Oct. 8 at Central High School.
(this is global, not just for this entry)
A former Yorktown resident is killed in Indy while trying to complete a Craigslist purchase. Police say the victim, 32-year-old Lizton resident James Vester, was killed when he went to buy an iPad. Police have arrested two teen brothers Tryon and Tyshaune Kincade, both of Indianapolis and were holding them on preliminary charges of murder […]09.12.13
Grief counselors are available at Noblesville High School today to help students deal with the death of a fellow classmate. 16-year-old Aubrey Peters of Noblesville died at an area hospital after being shot in the chest late Sunday. Police have arrested 20-yr-old Jacob McDaniel and charged him with criminal recklessness and pointing a firearm.09.12.13
Representatives from the Indiana Department of Education will hear public comments this afternoon about a waiver that could eliminate Muncie school buses for the 2014-15 school year. MCS, citing a lack of funding, filed for a waiver to the required three-year notice to end transportation services. The hearing is set for 5 this afternoon at […]