Archive - Dec 10, 2010
COLUMBIA CITY â Officials at Whitley County Consolidated Schools have been crunching numbers since last year, trying to ensure the teacher-to-student ratio is manageable in each classroom.
Superintendent Dr. Patricia OâConnor presented to the corporationâs Board of School Trustees on Monday a report on classroom size for all five elementary schools, the middle school and high school.
âWe studied this issue last year, conducting three months of research,â OâConnor said.
OâConnor said a class size taskforce was created to study the issue.
COLUMBIA CITY â Columbia City schools have âoverwhelmingâ parental involvement in the progress and future of their students, according to Whitley County Consolidated Schoolâs Superintendent Dr. Patricia OâConnor.
OâConnor presented the numbers of the most recent parent-teacher conferences to the corporationâs Board of School Trustees at a work session Monday.
âWe were very pleased by the high school percentage of parents that attended the conference,â said OâConnor, saying that the 50 percent participation in the conferences, or 588 parents, was much higher than in recent years.
COLUMBIA CITY â At Mondayâs work session of the Whitley Consolidated School Corporation, Superintendent Dr. Patricia OâConnor and corporation Business Manager Tony Zickgraf presented a document to the board that was drafted by the John Glenn School Corporation.
The document â a call out to the Indiana Legislature.
The Walkerton-based school corporation drafted a resolution to Indiana lawmakers and sent letters to WCCS and other districts around the state.
While others are gaining rest and relaxation over the holidays, two local will be featured in tournament play.
Columbia City plays host for two different tournaments. On Dec. 28, the boys’ basketball team will be part of a four-team shoot-out. The schedule includes: 10 a.m. — FW Blackhawk Christian vs Columbia City, noon — Prairie Heights vs Wapahani, 6 p.m. — Wapahani vs FW Blackhawk Christian, 8 p.m. — Columbia City vs Prairie Heights.