I asked Westville teacher and Science Olympiad mentor Samantha Joll what a “good note” meant after an email was sent to me about their placings in the Science Olympiad State Tournament on March 18.
Now you can ride your bike to work from the train station! The South Shore Line’s (SSL) Bikes on Trains program is now being offered on two morning and evening rush-hour weekday trains in addition to select weekend trains. Bike cars will be available on select weekend/holiday and select weekday trains from April through October.
Mario Rosa, Program Coordinator for the Minority Health Coalition of La Porte County, began his presentation with a simple question: “How many of you know someone with diabetes?”
Natalie J. Boocher is an attorney at Drayton, Biege, Sirugo & Elliott, LLP. Natalie received her Bachelor of Psychology, in 2008, from Arizona State University and her Doctor of Jurisprudence in 2013. Natalie was admitted to the Arizona State Bar in 2014 and the Indiana State Bar in 2016. She is also admitted to practice before the federal courts for the northern and southern districts of Indiana.
The cadets of the Michigan City High School (MCHS) Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (MCJROTC) recently took the Physical Fitness Test (PFT). The test consists of a 300 meter shuttle run, pull-ups, stomach crunches, push-ups, and the standing long jump.
La Porte Hospital and the La Porte County Family YMCA have worked together this year to ensure every child in our community has access to programs that promote health and well-being.
It was like Christmas morning, and not just for me – a self-proclaimed library-lover and book nerd, – but for the entire La Porte County Community.
Mayor Thomas M. McDermott, Jr. announces the 2017 award winners at the Mayor's Commission on Disabilities 31st Annual Awards Breakfast and Resource Fair which took place this morning at the Dynasty Banquet Hall.
The idea was based around a promise. A promise to help Michigan City High School graduates better afford and continue their education after high school, while becoming more connected and invested in their city. The idea is simple but the complexity behind how much of an impact the Promise Scholarship can have on every public and private sector in the city is anything but simple.
We are into to the last quarter of the 2016-17 school year and the students and staff are looking forward to spring break. Spring break is the time to recharge and come back refreshed and ready to finish the year strong. More than ever, we need for the students to be in school every day and on time. Teachers are delivering rigorous course content in every class preparing them for their summative assessments and final exams. These assessments and final exam grades have a significant impact on their final semester grades.