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HCCSC held a broad-based planning team meeting on Wednesday to commence its strategic planning process
HCCSC launches strategic planning process
02/03/2023
With the Board of School Trustees’ approval and participation, the Huntington County Community School Corporation is launching an important initiative, its 2023-2028 strategic planning process.
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Board of School Trustees honors HNHS girls bowling
01/26/2023
During the most recent school board meeting on Jan. 23, the HNHS girls bowling team was invited to be recognized for displaying HCCSC‘s core value of High Expectations, High Achievement and Accountability. The members were grouped by Executive Secretary Cindy Gray and thanked and congratulated by Superintendent John Trout. Trout then gave a brief summary of their achievements.
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A friendly fluffy face at Salamonie
01/24/2023
Liesl, a 5-year-old Bernese mountain dog, wanders the halls of Salamonie Elementary School on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Or, as owner and art teacher Cindy Callison calls them, “T-days.” Liesl is a trained therapy dog and loves to hang out with the kids of Salamonie during recess and while Callison teaches her art classes.
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Huntington North creates construction trades program
01/23/2023
Huntington North High School is adding a construction trades program for the 2023–24 school year. This program will expand upon the introduction to construction class the school has offered for several years.
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Roanoke Elementary School receives $60,000 donation to build playground pavilion
01/20/2023
During the Jan. 9 school board meeting, a donation of $60,000 was accepted for Roanoke Elementary School from the first Paul and June Everitt Foundation Grant. This will be used to build a pavilion in the playground area.
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Board of School Trustees honors 16 exhibiting core values at Jan. 9 meeting
01/18/2023
During the most recent school board meeting on Jan. 9, 16 Huntington County Community School Corporation members were invited to be recognized for displaying HCCSC core values. Students and staff that received recognitions were grouped and called forward by Executive Secretary Cindy Gray and thanked and congratulated by Superintendent John Trout. Director of Secondary Education Chuck Brimbury then gave a brief summary of their achievement.
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District 3 Trustee Kari Heim takes her Oath of Office
Kari Heim takes oath to join Board of School Trustees
01/16/2023
The HCCSC school board of trustees welcomed elected member Kari Heim to serve as the representative for district three of Huntington County. Elected in the 2022 district election, Heim comes to the board with excitement.
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HCCSC honors Brian Warpup for eight years of service on Board of School Trustees
01/06/2023
HCCSC and the Board of School Trustees recognized Brian Warpup at the Dec. 19, 2022, meeting for his eight years of service on the Board of School Trustees.
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HCCSC reveals annual Christmas card contest winners
12/22/2022
To add onto the celebration of the holidays at HCCSC, the corporation held its annual Christmas card contest. Five student-made cards were selected to be the fronts of HCCSC’s holiday cards, sent to the superintendent’s mailing list. Two cards came from Riverview Middle School and one card came from each of Lincoln Elementary School, Salamonie Elementary School and Crestview Middle School.
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Board recognizes Unified Robotics, Marching Vikes at Dec. 19 meeting
12/21/2022
The Board of School Trustees recognized a pair of groups during the core values discussion section of Monday night's board meeting, with the Unified Robotics team and the Huntington North Marching Vikes receiving recognition.
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The Salamonie Elementary School Student Council and National Elementary Honor Society held a food drive for the Warren Food Pantry and a United Way Help-A-Thon.
Salamonie Elementary School hosts food drive and help-a-thon
12/20/2022
The Salamonie Elementary School Student Council and National Elementary Honor Society held a food drive for the Warren Food Pantry and a United Way Help-A-Thon. In total, students brought in and donated 1,734 food items for the Warren Food Pantry and raised $1,537 to be donated to United Way of Huntington County.
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The Class of 1972 recently donated $6,300 worth of items to the Huntington County Community Learning Center
Class of 1972 donates $6,300 worth of items to Learning Center
12/14/2022
The Huntington North High School Class of 1972 recently celebrated its 50th reunion on Sept. 10 with 287 attendants. The reunion held many events such as the HNHS Varsity Singers and Viking Volume serving guests and a select auction selling items donated from local businesses to the passed graduates.
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HCCSC donated over 13,000 food items and over $2,000 to the Salvation Army during HCCSC's annual Salvation Army food drive
HCCSC food drive raises over 13,000 items for Salvation Army
12/13/2022
On Dec. 9, the Huntington County Community School Corporation concluded its annual Salvation Army canned food drive. This year’s food drive was a great success and just another example of the kindness and support we have from our Huntington County community.
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Huntington North senior Audrie Bowman was named as the winner of the University of Saint Francis Pay It Forward Scholarship
Bowman selected as USF Pay It Forward Scholarship winner
12/09/2022
Huntington North High School senior Audrie Bowman received a life-changing surprise on Friday, as she was announced as the University of Saint Francis Pay It Forward Scholarship winner. The scholarship provides the winner with a full-tuition and fees scholarship to attend USF for four years, a value of $140,000.
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Board of School Trustees honors 20 at Nov. 28 meeting
11/30/2022
The Board of School Trustees honored 20 people during the core values section of the Nov. 28 board meeting.
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Board of School Trustees recognizes 23 for core values at Nov. 14 meeting
11/22/2022
Twenty-three people were recognized as part of the core values discussion during the Nov. 14 Board of School Trustees meeting.
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The Huntington North Marching Vikes compete at the ISSMA Semi-State competition at Pike High School
Marching Vikes finish season with success
11/10/2022
Huntington North High School’s marching band, the Marching Vikes, wrapped up a successful season Oct. 29, battling at Indiana State School Music Association’s semi-state competition, hosted at Pike High School in Indianapolis.
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Tamera Winans' "Up" pumpkin won the 2022 Roanoke pumpkin contest
Roanoke raises nearly $600 for United Way of Huntington County
11/07/2022
Roanoke Elementary School hosted its annual Roanoke United Way pumpkin contest the week of Oct. 24. The school raised just under $600 to be donated to the United Way of Huntington County, a local nonprofit that aims to create a more united community with strong leadership and a vision to create a better quality of life for community members.
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Huntington North Athletics launches new website
11/01/2022
Huntington North High School Athletics is releasing a one-stop shop website encompassing team schedules, rosters and other valuable sports information. This is a new website separate from the existing HNHS page that holds only a singular tab for athletics.
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Learning Center receives $9,000 worth of donations
10/31/2022
The Huntington County Community Learning Center received multiple donations to better the advanced manufacturing and criminal justice half-day programs provided at the Learning Center. The items donated have a monetary value of $9,000 and were donated by Bill Crockett, Micropulse Inc. and Huntington County Central Dispatch.
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Altman, Cutting, Shirzad honored in inaugural core values recognition ceremony
10/18/2022
Nick Altman, Adalyn Cutting and Muzamel Shirzad were recognized during Monday night's Board of School Trustees meeting for their displaying of the core value High Achievement, High Expectations and Accountability.
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Salamonie Elementary School students, Principal Dawn Collins and Counselor Melinda Huber accepted a donation of school supplies from Partners 1st Federal Credit Union Branch Sales Manager Beth Blocker on Sept. 9
Partners 1st Federal Credit Union donates school supplies to HCCSC
09/12/2022
The Huntington branch of Partners 1st Federal Credit Union hosted their annual “Focus on the Students Community Day” event for the sixth year this summer to collect school supplies for HCCSC. The event started at the end of June and ran through the beginning of August, wrapping up on Aug. 5. The event ended with a community day of ice cream and much to celebrate.
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Fourteen Huntington North High School students recently received recognition for their academic excellence, earning Academic Honor awards from the College Board National Rural and Small Town Recognition Program
Huntington North students earn College Board awards
09/09/2022
Fourteen Huntington North High School students recently received recognition for their academic excellence, earning Academic Honor awards from the College Board National Rural and Small Town Recognition Program.
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The HCCSC Board of School Trustees approved a restructuring of the Central Office leadership team on Monday night
HCCSC restructures Central Office administrators
08/09/2022
The Board of School Trustees approved a proposal from Superintendent John Trout to restructure HCCSC’s Central Office administrators during Monday night’s board meeting. The new leadership structure features a Superintendent, Director of Elementary Education and Director of Secondary Education, replacing the previous structure of a Superintendent, Business Manager and Director of Curriculum.
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HCCSC welcomes eight new administrators to the district for the 2022-23 school year
HCCSC welcomes eight new administrators for 2022-23 school year
08/03/2022
As the new school year begins, HCCSC would like to introduce the eight new administrators throughout the district who have joined us this summer. The eight administrators span the entire breadth of HCCSC, with at least one new administrator joining each of the high school, middle school, elementary and district-wide levels.
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John Trout has been approved as the ninth superintendent of HCCSC
John Trout approved as HCCSC’s ninth superintendent
07/25/2022
The Board of School Trustees formally approved John Trout as HCCSC’s new superintendent during Monday night’s special session board meeting. Trout replaces former superintendent Chad Daugherty, who left HCCSC for a position in South Carolina after 25 years of service to the HCCSC community.
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