Superintendent Matt Vollman reported at Wednesday night’s school board meeting that he and CWC superintendent Brad Lee had visited the White County Treasurer’s office on Monday to speak with her about the delayed payment of the districts’ levies. Superintendent Vollman said she gave them both a check. The NCOE school district's check was for $955,000.00, bringing the total the district has received to 88.35% of the White County levy, with $533,033 still remaining to be collected. The total amount of the 2019 levy from Gallatin and White Counties for CUSD#3 is $1,965,000. [Read more...]
The 2021 Senior Class was honored with an awards day on the morning of Thursday, May 13 in the high school auditorium. The amount of scholarship money awarded this year to this class came to a grand total of $786,162.00. [Read more...]
The NCOE Board of Education meets tonight, Wednesday, May 19, 2021 in the High School Auditorium at 7 p.m.
Call to order, roll call
Approval of Minutes and bills [Read more...]
Congratulations to the 2021 ACES team on an exceptional season! They finished in the top ten teams at the state competition. Individual medalists include: Jordan Johnson - 1st Place Overall in physics and Sophie Neal - 4th Place Overall in physics. (Not Pictured: Sidney Shipp)
Left to right, top row: CJ Richardson, Jace Johnson, Kirsten Cacia, and Jordan Johnson.
Next row: Madyson Barton, Sophie Neal, Lydia Vinyard, Joel Hortin and Braden Mendoza.
Front row: Erin Wicker, Wil Sutton, Keegan McDonald, and Eva Edwards.
Parents of students who will be in kindergarten at Booth Elementary School for the 2021-2022 school year may call the school at 963-2818 to arrange for a registration packet to be picked up and filled out the week of April 12-16, 2021. [Read more...]
Zeppelyn Fiala, senior from NCOE High School, on Friday signed her intent to shoot for the archery team for Wabash Valley College in Mt. Carmel next fall. The team is expected to travel to several states depending on Covid restrictions.
Zeppelyn has been shooting on the archery team in White County since she was in eighth grade and shoots in the Female Open class, making the podium several times during her high school career.
Karen Weiss said farewell to the NCOE CUSD#3 school board last night as she retires from sixteen years serving on that board. A dinner was held in her honor last night before March 17th monthly meeting. Weiss will be on the April 6th ballot in Enfield as she is running for the Enfield Village Board. [Read more...]