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NJ-SP School News
Posted on March 23, 2017
Author Mary Perren, WKVI
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board wants input from residents before finalizing plans for building renovations and updates. Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin told the school board Tuesday night the bond for the auditorium project is almost paid off. She says the corporation can maintain the debt service rate and take care of some other needs on the campus.
Board members will meet for a work session in early April to discuss options prior to the April 18th board meeting. Zupin says they will formally discuss the preliminary project scope, tax impact, which should be zero, and potential financing options at that meeting.
A special called community meeting will take place sometime in late April at the auditorium to provide more information about estimated costs and savings and get community input with regard to the proposals.
Meanwhile, Zupin encourages any member of the community who would like to tour the campus to call maintenance supervisor Wilbur Collins at 574-896-2158 ext 282 to make arrangements.
Past discussions have involved investments in making the buildings more energy efficient.
Posted on March 22, 2017
Author Mary Perren, WKVI
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board has taken the first step toward a reduction in force, should one be necessary this year.
They voted last night to follow procedures outlined in state law if and when teacher layoffs are necessary. Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin says a lot will depend on the success of the upcoming kindergarten roundup and enrollment at the junior/senior high school for next year.
She adds any actual reductions will take place between May 1 and July 1.
School board member Derrick Stalbaum asked for clarification of how RIFs are handled if two teachers have identical certifications, licensure and evaluations. Zupin says the board then looks at what is the best interest of the school, experience and seniority to make a decision.
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Student privacy is always protected, and students are never asked for their last name or phone number. The Homework Hotline is funded by Lilly Endowment Inc. and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.
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When does the boys/girls (insert sport here) start? Who's their first game against? Where will it be played?
Well, my first response to that would probably be to ask you, "Are you referring to Varsity, Jr. Varsity, Freshman, 7th & 8th grade, or 6th grade?" So to make it simpler, we are giving you a link to the North Judson-San Pierre Athletic Department on the North Judson-San Pierre School website.
You can create a fan account and receive alerts when sports schedules change due to postponements or cancellations. Go to www.bluejaysports.org to create an account. The school website has detailed instructions!
If you don't have a smart phone, or would just prefer to access a website, use http://www.bluejaysports.org/main/calendar to view the athletic schedules.
Girls Sectional Alignments 2015-2017:
Boys Sectional Alignments 2015-2017:
Labels for Education
Campbell's Labels for Education is a program that helps schools obtain free educational merchandise in exchange for proofs of purchase collected from eligible Campbell brands. You can help by saving and forwarding proofs of purchase to your local school. School's will redeem them for FREE merchandise such as computers, software, physical education equipment, musical instruments, library books or even a minivan, from Campbell's Labels for Education.
Box Tops for Education
With your help, over $300 million has been raised for our schools through the Box Tops for Education program since 1996. All that clipping has resulted in much-needed supplies for over 90,000 schools across the country. Learn how you can raise money for school, and get those earnings even higher. One can truly make a different. So, turn those shopping trip into easy cash for your school, and encourage friends to do the same! Just look for the Box Tops logo on hundreds of products like Cheerios®, Hamburger Helper® and Kleenex®, in almost every aisle of the store. All you need to do is clip and send them to your school’s Box Tops coordinator — each one is worth 10¢ for your school.
Tyson A+ Program
Tyson Project A+™ label redemption incentive award program is sponsored by Tyson Foods, Inc. The program is designed to help schools earn extra money quickly and easily. The money may be used in any way the school chooses. Parents, school faculty members, and others in the community clip and save labels from Tyson® products that feature the Tyson Project A+™ label. The labels are collected at a participating school, and the school can then redeem them for cash. In your grocer’s freezer section, look for Tyson® products that display the Tyson Project A+™ logo on the package.
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