Warrick County School Corporation has been recognized by the Indiana Department of Education as a corporation of Promising Practice in the area of Inclusive Practices. Warrick County School Corporation’s Promising Practice is one of 200 Education or wrap-around service programs to be recognized by the Department in honor of Indiana’s bicentennial celebration.
Director of Special Education, Tad Powless, commented, “We are grateful to be recognized as one of the Indiana Department of Education’s Promising Practices. The recognition is for Inclusive Practices so the credit needs to go to ALL Warrick County School Corporation Staff.”
Identified programs, like Warrick County School Corporation, are student-centered and focus on positively impacting students through innovative programming and activities that provide a high-quality learning environment and experience.
Warrick County School Corporation’s Inclusive Practices Promising Practice will be shared with educators across the state of Indiana as an example of best practices that are having a positive impact on Hoosier students.
Additional information about the Promising Practices initiative can be found on the Department's website: www.doe.in.gov/outreach/promising-practices
Reminder: Student immunization records are required. Parents should submit student immunization records to the school or contact the school nurse to confirm pending immunization appointments.
Need an Alternative?
Look at what the Warrick Education Center High School Credit Program has to offer:
- Flexible Schedule
- Self Paced Curriculum
- Small School Environment
- Work Study Credits
Call 858-4309 for an appointment or check us out at http://www.warrick.k12.in.us/schools/wec/
We are pleased to announce that the Warrick County School Corporation has earned the highest category placement in the Indiana Department of Education’s annual accountability of schools. Warrick County has earned an “A”.
The “A-F” school grading category is part of the Indiana’s school accountability program known as P.L. 221 based on student performance on the ISTEP tests as well as improvement on those tests.
We want to thank all teachers, students, parents, staff, and community members for all your hard work!!
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STRENGTHENING FAMILIES PROGRAM: For families with youth between 6-9 years of age~ Free program offered every Thursday evening (5:30-7:30) beginning Sept. 22. The program will focus on parenting skills, children's life skills, and strengthening communications skills. A family meal is provided each week. For more information please call 812-421-8336. To register call the school office. We look forward to your participation.
Hunter's Education Safety Class:
DATE: Saturday, Sept. 17 & Sunday, Sept. 18 *Must attend both classes
AGES: 5 and up
CONTACT: Rodney Oxley-812-760-8617 *Registration is required
In the United States, nearly 17 million children under 18 live in households where they are unable to consistently access enough nutritious food necessary for a healthy life. Support a child with the BackPack Program. Loge is fortunate to be eligible to continue the BackPack Program for 2015-16. Thank you for your support and donations! Contributions is what helps Loge students participate from year to year. Pleas continue to contribute to the cause.
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LOGE Elementary School Earns an “A”
We are pleased to announce that Loge Elementary School has earned the highest category placement in the Indiana Department of Education’s annual accountability of schools. Loge has earned an “A”. The “A-F” school grading category is part of the Indiana’s school accountability program known as P.L. 221, based on student performance on the ISTEP tests as well as improvement on those tests.
We want to thank all teachers, students, parents, staff, and community members for all your hard work!