Not only does Christine VonDissen help everyday items go through a process of renewal through her recycling program at Scottsburg Middle School, she also helps people go through a process of a renewal, caring for each one along the way.
After three decades, Jamie Lowry has come full circle.
For two days, Scottsburg High School senior Jordan Shuler had to keep a big secret: he was named the Scott County Community Foundation 2016 Lilly Endowment Community Scholar.
After recently being named a recipient of the Indiana University Wells Scholarship, Scottsburg High School senior Kaleb Mount received two new honors — he was named an Indiana Academic All-Star and a National Merit Scholarship Program finalist.
Whether it is your first child or you have been through it before — sending your child to kindergarten can be overwhelming. As a parent or guardian, you want the best for your child. You want to make the best, most informed decisions for your child, so they can successful.
Kindergarten is more than just learning the foundation of reading, writing, and arithmetic. Kindergarten is also about further developing one’s character — their personality, their moral qualities, and their temperament.
Leaving your kindergarten-age child behind for the first time — or even every day — at school can be scary for some parents and guardians.
After more than 25 years at Scott County School District 2, Chuck Rose was ready to retire at the end of the school year. He was eligible for full retirement and recently turned 60 years old. But, his life took another direction when he was recently named Director of Elementary Education for the school district, starting for the next school year.