A clear clipboard, a scantron, a pencil and a pocket knife, four seemingly unrelated items given to the soils judging teams at FFA’s National Land and Homesite Competition in Oklahoma City. All calculations at the competition were made by estimations, by eye.
In the next six weeks, students at Rensselaer Central High School will build 20 computers that will later serve other students taking engineering classes.
The Jasper County Airport will be hosting an aviation career day on Friday, May 12, open for area schools and anyone interested to attend free of charge. The idea was begun by Airport Manager Ray Seif, who hopes it will inspire local students to seek aviation opportunities even though they come from an area not heavily connected to that field. It will include static displays and demonstrations from area professionals volunteering their time and effort.
The Carroll Consolidated School Corp. has a new leader who is trying on his superintendent shoes for the first time.
A team of three young ladies from Rensselaer Central High School placed second on Saturday in the state Entomology Career Development event in Lafayette.
“PRIDE of White County” is continuing to develop at all four county school corporations thanks to a new grant recently awarded to the program from the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.
A team of Rensselaer high school students is among the best at livestock judging in the country.
A team of four Rensselaer Central High School students won the title of top soil judgers in the state on Saturday.
They include (l-r): Riley Henderson, Russell Grimes, Hilaria Serrano, Brody MaCurdy, Isabella Serrano, Jason Wright, Christian Bagwell, Thomas Piotrowski, Keegan Maxwell, Christian White, Julian Perry, Macy Wright, and Emma Seibert.