The 2020 Community/Junior College scholarship application for Cycle I is available, according to the Ohio County Community Foundation.
The school report cards for all four school corporations are in, and while they are good, the superintendents are not looking very hard at the results.
Agriculture in The Classroom recently was conducted at the Ohio County Elementary School by volunteer Ag in the Classroom educator Linda Phillips, along with assistants, Bonnie Bovard and Naomi Eve
Seventh-graders, front row, from left: Maria Manologlou, Alexyia Bruegge, Paige Werner, Casey Fletcher, Brayden Burris, Aleysia Johnson, Natalie Fisk, Abigail Stewart, and Jacob Yauch. Second row: Noah Stoeckel, Kassidy Lewis, Hillary Lambert, Kiera Otter, Sam Smeeks, Kaitlyn Henry, Tanner Powell, Makenzie Ware, and Katheryn Cate. Not Pictured: Hannah Kremer.
Eighth-graders, front row, from left: Cameron Garvey, Ani Edwards, Mindee Nicholas, Marissa Zahneis, Cloe Ballard, Megan Hayes, Breanna Reed, Keira Holbrook, Abigail Kremer, and Nora Powell. Second row: Tyler Williams, Ethan Markland, Caydence Morris, Alayna Walcott, Breiah Lange, Sianna Kuehn, Emma Russell, Alyssa Simpson, Caden Gilmore, Rachel Schwing, Lillian Akin, Vanessa Woodruff, Allison Givan, Kinzie Bailey, and Avery Boes. Third row: Davian Cole, Duncan Uhlmansiek, Seth Weaver, and Jenna Peelman. Not pictured: Nate Elliott.
The Ohio County Middle School Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society inducted new members in January. To become a member of the prestigious group, students must meet certain academic standards and behavioral guidelines.
Some Rising Sun/Ohio County teachers who are part of the Dual Language Team recently had the chance to visit Las Vegas for a National Bilingual Conference. Their trip was made possible thanks to a grant from the Indiana Department of Education Dual Language Immersion Department. Submitted Photos