Archive - Dec 10, 2010 - News Article
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 Oâ€™Connor presented to the corporationâ€™s Board of School Trustees on Monday a report on classroom size for all five elementary schools, the middle school and high school.
â€śWe studied this issue last year, conducting three months of research,â€ť Oâ€™Connor said.
Oâ€™Connor said a class size taskforce was created to study the issue.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Columbia City schools have â€śoverwhelmingâ€ť parental involvement in the progress and future of their students, according to Whitley County Consolidated Schoolâ€™s Superintendent Dr. Patricia Oâ€™Connor.
Oâ€™Connor presented the numbers of the most recent parent-teacher conferences to the corporationâ€™s Board of School Trustees at a work session Monday.
â€śWe were very pleased by the high school percentage of parents that attended the conference,â€ť said Oâ€™Connor, saying that the 50 percent participation in the conferences, or 588 parents, was much higher than in recent years.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” At Mondayâ€™s work session of the Whitley Consolidated School Corporation, Superintendent Dr. Patricia Oâ€™Connor 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.