News From Terre Haute, Indiana


April 6, 2010

Across the Wabash Valley: April 7, 2010

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The third grade students at Sugar Creek Consolidated are busy preparing for the end of the year. They have been progressing in the area of reading by using the Scholastic Reading Counts program. The students work to improve their individual reading lexiles. Each grading period the students are expected to read and pass three quizzes on books at their lexiles. The Pizza Hut Book-It incentive program has helped to motivate readers each month! As well as becoming literate learners, the students are fine-tuning their mathematical thinking. Thanks to our local math liaison, Mrs. Sharon Kramer, the students have participated in various math stations to review important math skills that will be built upon in coming years. Those math station days are very productive and fun for the students! It is interesting to hear about how other classmates attack a problem! Finally, both classes will take a culminating trip to Indianapolis in May to visit the Indiana State Museum. The students will have a chance to review many social studies and science concepts there. They will participate in a museum tour, a hands-on forensic project, and an IMAX theater production. This field experience will provide an opportunity for the students to view how cultures use social and scientific content in order to make decisions in the real world.

— Third Grade News, Mrs. Enyeart and Mrs. Whitesell

Davis Park

In conjunction with our Family Involvement Committee, the 4th Annual Fine Arts Night will be held on Wednesday, April 14th, 4:30 – 5:30 pm. Our Davis Park students, staff, teachers, family and friends are invited to attend.

The downstairs hallways will become an art gallery to display artwork by all of Ms. Allen’s art students. There will be dancing, wall climbing and working at fitness stations in the gym with Mr. Frisz, a Strings Recital in the music room with Mrs. Ellison, and Mrs. Henry will present her 5th grade class PowerPoint Program in the Media Center Computer Lab. Come join the Family Involvement Committee for Bingo with in the cafeteria. Punch and fresh baked cookies, provided by Mrs. Moore and our cafeteria staff will also be served in the cafeteria. Kids don’t forget to bring along at least one adult.

The 43rd Annual Student Art Exhibition is coming to the Swope Art Museum. The school exhibit begins April 10th through May 15th. This year the opening reception will be held on Saturday, April 17th, from 1- 3 pm.

5th grade students Maya Archambeault, Ally Low, Alex Redd, Anthony Shaw II, Lauren Stephenson, Maddie Stuck, Courtney Craig, Corey Hayne, Monterrius Ridley and Malcolm Wilcox have FANTASTIC artwork on display.

Mrs. Henry’s and Mrs. Speth’s 5th grade classes will visit the exhibition and tour the museum with Ms. Allen on Wednesday, May 12th, during their annual art field trip to the Swope Museum.

Everyone is invited to visit the Swope Art Museum before the show ends, May 15th.

— Ms. Pauletta J. Allen, Art Teacher

Farrington Grove

The second grade has been very busy this nine weeks. Flat Stanley has visited so many places throughout the United States. He also visited Canada, Germany, New Zealand, and Australia. It has been quite interesting learning about all his adventures.

The second grade also spent a couple of weeks studying about Dr. Seuss and learned many valuable lessons through reading his books and doing activities. Our cafeteria staff also got involved by creating a Dr. Seuss menu for breakfast and lunch on his birthday, March 2nd. The recipes were taken from The Green Eggs and Ham Cookbook. It was a wonderful treat for the entire school and we would like to thank them for their efforts in making the day special.

Second grade students also read a story called The Best Friend’s Club. After reading this story, each second grade child was able to create his/her own clubhouse and brought them to school to share. There were many creative ideas and everyone enjoyed sharing with their peers.

We also took a field trip to the Vigo County Library and to the Children’s Science Museum. Our next field trip will be to the ISU Recycling Center to visit and learn more about recycling. We will be learning about the Earth and how we can make a difference. 

— Second Grade Teachers Angie Foster, Michelle Jahn, Ashley Luken, Heather Meadors

Lost Creek

Third grade students at Lost Creek Elementary attended a fabulous program put on by the Young Audiences Indiana, Arts for Learning. The program about printed and dyed fabrics was presented on Friday, March 19th, by artist Ms. Stephanie Robertson. The students learned about contemporary applications of historic textile techniques drawn from cultures around the world.

During the program, Ms. Robertson illustrated and then taught the students how to make a tie-dyed paper towel project. Along with the projects, Ms. Robertson used an Earth Day theme. Each student was able to make three of these and afterward, take them home.

— School staff



Grade One: Trinity Asher, Brody Fellows, Daisy Fellows, Malayna Haworth, Macy Johnson, Chloe Miller, Oakley Smith, Aireona White, Autumn Carpenter, Andrew Cecil, Austin Foster, Davia Griffin, Natalie Harkrider, Lindley Hobson, Kasyn Jones, Abigail Millan, Klayton Peacock, and Kayleigh Sanders.

Grade Two: Brice Gilman, Lorelei Gilmore, Mackenzie Kiner, Uriah Lang, Robin Mathas, Ashton Pate, Isabella Stutler, Tobi Tagney, Abby Williams,

Rebecca Berry, , Shane Branson, Nathan Buck, Dallas Delks, Gage Edington, Harlie Geissman, Amaya Hall, Braydan Harkrider, Carmen Ingram, Justin Lutes, Brycen Richardson, Lilly Sanders

Grade Three:

Abby Cecil,Hayden Childress, Logan Clark, Danica Griffin, Bailey Kinne, Theron Lutes,Josh Marcum, Allison Oldham, Jonetta Overstreet, Grace Pharr, Dalton Powell, Morgan Presslor, Mackenzie Schermann, Brooklyn Thomas, Rusty Warner, Trystan Beck, Shakya Bruce, Joshua Cecil, Camryn Clapp, Alec Hall, Dakota Harney, Clayton Jones, Carly Keller, Dean Leverenz, Kirby Martin, Cain Meyers, Jalen Myers, Halie Petty, Robert Smith, and Tanner Stevens.

Grade Four: Brody Cobb, Haley Cooper, Alexis Duke, Kaitlyn Fellows, John Foster, Matthew Geissman, Kendall Gill, Alexis Guoli, Cierra Kouns, Jodi Marcum, Breana Rials, Brogan Sanders, Lexi Smith, Makayla Yockey, Dawson Beck, Brogan Bougher, Lane Boyle, Alexus Cox, Karlee Craft, Nathan Dickerson, Cassie Fellows, Lauren Francis, Taylor Gilbert, Marisa Hernandez, Tia Kite, Ethan Lientz, Tyler Metheny, James Sanders, Noah Volk.

Grade 5: Skyler Gilman, Lauren Haworth, Brisa Hernandez, Hannah Lambert, Kollin Mansinne, Olivia Morgan, Jordan Myers, Jaycee Shoemaker, and Kalie Thompson. Michaela Wickens, and Amber Marcum Amber Cecil, Zack Buck, Stormey Graves, Cloey Kinne, Jordan Leverenz, Kyler Mansinne, Addie Moore, Alexis Peacock, Brea Ross, Holden Stuck, Jarot Walters, and Hunter Wilson

Grade 6: Citizenship for 6A Kirsten Board, Marissa Bovair, Morgan Cardin, Kaitlin Clapp, Cheyenne Gibbons, Hannah Hall, Jonathon Hernandez, Nathan Oldham, Evan Reeves, Taylor Showmaker, Kirsten Board, Marissa Bovair, Morgan Cardin, Kaitlin Clapp, Cheyenne Gibbons, Hannah Hall, Jonathon Hernandez, Nathan Oldham, Evan Reeves, Taylor Shoemaker

Kea Silcock’s Class: Levi Leonard, Nathan Thompson, Michael Thompson

Honor Roll

Grade 1: Malayna Haworth, Lindley Hobson, Macy Johnson, Abigail Millan, Kayleigh Sanders, Oakley Smith, Aireona White

Grade 2: Dallas Delks, Harlie Geissman, Brice Gilman, Lorelei Gilmore, Carmen Ingram, Uriah Lang, Isabella Stutler, Abigail Williams

Grade 3: Trystan Beck, Logan Clark, Danica Griffin, Clayton Jones, Bailey Kinne, Larry Dean Leverenz, Josh Marcum, Cain Meyers, Jonetta Overstreet, Hailie Jo Petty, Grace Pharr, Joseph Dalton Powell, Mackenzie Schermann, Robert Smith, Tanner Stevens, Brooklyn Thomas, Rusty Warner

Grade 4: Dawson Beck, Cassie Fellows, Kaitlyn Fellows, Lauren Francis, Kendall Gill, Alexis Guoli, Cierra Kouns, Tyler Metheny, Breana Rials, Brogan Sanders

Grade 5: Skyler Gilman, Lauren Haworth, Cloey Kinne, Jordan Leverenz, Olivia Morgan, Alexis Peacock, Kalie Thompson, Jarot Walters, Michaela Wickens

Grade 6: Marissa Bovair, Kaitlin Clapp, Brennan Cobb, Cheyenne Gibbons, Nathan Oldham, Ashlynne Overstreet, Evan Reeves, April Vore, Kyle Wickens

— Diana Bartlow, Technology Assistant

Turkey Run

Turkey Run Elementary has named its honor roll students for the third nine weeks. These students include:

All A’s

First Grade- Taylor Carnes, Connor Davis, Riley Ferguson, John Flock, Logan Girdler, Jillian Gregg, Chloe Hardman, Gillian Jeffers, Jentre Jeffers, Natalie Jones, Ethan Long, Louis Monik, Austin Rice, Challenge Rossiter, Reece Simpson, Brogan Snodgrass, Cheyenne Tate, Trevor Thompson and Lindsay Whitlow

Second Grade- Trey Allen, Jaylen Crull, Wyatt Griffin, Harley Johnson and Brian Walls

Third Grade- John Brook, Lyllianne Ingalsbe, Emory Lowe and Sierra Norman

Fifth Grade- Reece Hightower, Braden Mitchell, Brock Mitchell and Jarrod Shaffer

All A’s and B’s

First Grade- Kaylie Hall, Sedona Harding, Destiny Irelan, Nikki Johnson, Lexi Jones, Perry Paxton, Taylann Peterson, Cooper Stites and Lucas Thomas

Second Grade- Alleesia Beach, Seth Bollinger, Kayde Brook, Mia Cade, Zander Fullingim, Mandy Girdler, Kaileigh Hybarger, Dakota Jones, RJ Nelson, Desiree Norman, Shelbi Pruett, Bryanna Reitsma, Max Sliz, Meghan Sliz, Vaelyn Smith, Curtis Stultz, Madison Whitlow and Christian Young

Third Grade- Jacob Brown, Keivan Clodfelter, Jarett Ferguson, Emily Gill, Karlie Hall, Cole Jones, Elyssa Lowe, Ben Lynk, Tristan Monik, Landon Newnum, Angel Norman, Quinton Norman, JW Overmyer, Audra Patton, Brittanie Paxton, Livian Smith, Tristan Smith, Rebecca Snodgrass, Mekella Stewart, Stormy Thomas, Sydney Trahan, Dalton Vandivier and Rachel Wirth

Fourth Grade- Jaci Emery, Josie Eslinger, Zavier Fullingim and Clifton Rivers

Fifth Grade- Tatum Earl, Luke Gill, Hallie Jones, Andrea Long and Royale Myers

Turkey Run Elementary has named its students with perfect attendance for the third nine weeks. To achieve Perfect Attendance, a student must be in school every day for the entire day. Students with perfect attendance for the third nine weeks are:

Kindergarten- Shane Carver, Brody Hastings, Colton Oxley, Nevaeh Pender, Braydon Reitsma and Trevor Surface

First Grade– Bailey Bollinger, Alan Carpenter, James Conrad, Connor Davis, Riley Ferguson, Brandon Grayless, Sedona Harding, Jentre Jeffers, Ethan Lamb, Damion Oak and Trevor Thompson

 Second Grade– Aaron Anderson, Drake Carver, Zander Fullingim, Charity Guinn, RJ Nelson, Shelbi Pruett, Bryanna Reitsma, Hannah Schlatter, Dawson Seward and Vaelyn Smith

Third Grade– Trevor Eppert, James Fale, Emily Gill, Mesa Harding, Lyllianne Ingalsbe, Ben Lynk, JW Overmyer, Katelyn Pruitt, Berea Reitsma, Tristan Smith, Rebecca Snodgrass, Mekella Stewart and Rachel Wirth

Fourth Grade– Katlyn Conrad, Naomi Crowder, Jaci Emery, Nate Ferguson, Zavier Fullingim, Mallorie Gregg, Jacob Guinn, Quenton Hill, Lauryn Jeffers, Trenton Lawson, Wyatt Miller and Clifton Rivers

Fifth Grade– Hunter Allen, LaKrista Carver, Dylan Greene, Braden Mitchell, Brock Mitchell, George Munoz, Maggie Stites, Taylor Tidwell, Hunter Uplinger

— Lori Brown


Martinsville Elementary Honor Roll-3rd quarter ending March 19, 2010:

Grade 4

High Honors: Rebecca Blanchard, Garrett Branson, Mavy Gard, Erica Hardway, Braden Hook, Harlie Lawrence, Grace McNeil, Shiana Medsker, and Madolyn Wilhoit

Honors: Caitlyn Claypool, Aaron Fry, Jessica Goldsberry, Cody Hinkle, Mikayla Jodry, Kodi Morecraft, Jason Smith, Andrew Stout, and Audria Truelove

Grade 5

High Honors: Ashtyn Phillips and Austin Stamis

Honors:  Kaitlin Conner, Noah Cribelar, Kiera Kern, Hannah Moore, Kaylee Mulkins, and Dancie Truelove

Grade 6

High Honors: Kaitlin Davis, Seth Davis, Austin Davison, Haley Elliott, McKenzie Gard, Austin Lowry, Alyssa Maxey, and David Piehl

Honors: Brianna Baird, Charissa Callahan, Jessica Goodwin, Caitlin Kannmacher, Haley Wilson, and Kaitlyn Zachary

Perfect attendance for the 3rd quarter-Jan. 5 through March 19, 2010:

Kindergarten: Tori Ellington, Kaden Gard, Alex Ligget, Tyler Marcum, Jaceton Sweitzer, and Lane Wilhoit

1st Grade: Gavin Baird, Colin Branson, Ethan Lowry, and Carly Zachary

2nd Grade: Nicholas Craig, Avery Denney, Samual Keller, Jacob Ligget, Jesse “Lane” Ryan, Makhayla Skinner, Marcus Snearley, Ty Toner, Destanee Truelove, and Ashlei Wiley

3rd Grade:  Ian Dean, Shelby Hinkle, Jackalin Kirby, Austin Perisho, Emma Plummer, Mallory Price, Bethany Sewell, Boyce Snearley, Dixie “Madison” Toner, and Curtis Wiley

4th Grade: Caitlyn Claypool, Mavy Gard, Blake Graham, Cody Hinkle, Braden Hook, and Harlie Lawrence

5th Grade: Hunter Higginbotham, Morgan Maxey, Hannah Moore, Zachary Pendleton, Ashtyn Phillips, Dancie Truelove, Haley Wallace, and Dawson Wilson

6th Grade:  Brianna Baird, Charissa Callahan, Austin Davison, McKenzie Gard, Austin Lowry, Sierra Payne, David Piehl, Justin Smith, and Haley Wilson

— School staff

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  • College Success Workshops at The Woods May 8

    Making the right decisions about college can be complicated. That’s why there is the Vigo County “KnowHow2Go” College Success Workshops, a roadmap for preparing for the college experience. Designed for high school juniors, the path to success starts at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on May 8 in the Rooney Library.

    May 1, 2014

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    The EcoCAR automotive design competition’s surname is ‘Plugging In to the Future,’ and that’s precisely what Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and Indiana State University students have been doing in learning valuable skills to become the next generation of innovative automotive engineers.

    May 1, 2014 2 Photos

  • State Education Department releases graduation rates

    The Indiana Department of Education released graduation rate data today for the 2012-2013 school year.
    The overall graduation rate for all schools was 88.6 percent, virtually unchanged from the previous year’s rate of 88.7 percent.

    April 16, 2014

  • Vigo County School Corp. Honor Roll

    March 27, 2014

  • South High announces 2014 Hall of Distinction Inductees

    A nationally known playwright and screenwriter, an inventor with more than 35 patents, and America’s top U.S. Navy Seal make up the Class of 2014 of the Terre Haute South Vigo High School Hall of Distinction.

    March 19, 2014

  • Kauffmann, Bruce.jpg BRUCE KAUFFMANN: Jews as scapegoats in the Civil War

    Of the myriad problems besetting Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War, what to do about government anti-Semitism was not high on his list. But it confronted him, nevertheless, this week (Dec. 17) in 1862 when Union General Ulysses S. Grant issued his infamous General Order No. 11, expelling Jews from trading with the Union Army.

    December 19, 2013 1 Photo

  • Vigo County School Corp. High School Honor Roll

    December 19, 2013

  • Vigo County DAR honors Good Citizens

    The Fort Harrison Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution honored Vigo County DAR Good Citizens and their families at a December meeting. Following the reading of their essays, each student received a DAR Good Citizen pin, a certificate and a $100 scholarship.

    December 19, 2013

  • The Woods launches RN to BSN completion program

    For Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, a new year will mean a new major program. When students enroll in Woods Online to begin in January, an online option will be available — RN to BSN degree completion program. This program seeks to help women and men who hold an associate’s degree and nursing license complete a bachelor’s degree.

    December 19, 2013

  • Harrison receives Campus of Year honors

    Harrison College, a private sector college serving more than 4,000 students worldwide, announced recently that Brennan Randolph, campus president for Terre Haute campus, received recognition as Campus President of the Year and the campus received distinction as Campus of the Year during the Annual Harrison College Recognition Day in Indianapolis in November.

    December 19, 2013

  • Apply now for Principal Leadership Institute

    The Indiana Principal Leadership Institute at Indiana State University’s Bayh College of Education announced that applications are available for the second class, which will begin next summer.
    The Indiana Principal Leadership Institute is a two-year experience designed to address the professional needs of Indiana public school principals with an emphasis on student success.

    December 19, 2013

  • RP senior wins Voice of Democracy contest

    Casey Dust, a Riverton Parke High School senior, recently won the Veterans of Foreign Wars 6th District Voice of Democracy contest. Dust’s recorded speech, “Why I Am Optimistic About My Country’s Future,” not only captured the local contest, but won out over entries from 14 other posts, including those in Terre Haute, Lebanon, Crawfordsville and Carmel.

    December 19, 2013

  • Some Vigo schools out Nov. 12 for safety drills

    Next Tuesday, Nov. 12, the Vigo County School Corp., in cooperation with local police agencies, will conduct school safety drills involving several elementary and middle schools.
    The “hostile intruder” drills will require the buildings involved to dismiss school early that day. Elementary schools affected will be dismissed at 1:45 p.m.

    November 6, 2013

  • The Woods launches new brand initiative

    Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College today launched its new brand initiative focused on advancing the image and reputation of the College. The brand will launch with the important strategic goals of enhancing student recruitment, fundraising and overall brand awareness.

    October 22, 2013

  • red ribbon week contest video screen capture.tiff VIDEO: Enter Red Ribbon Week 'A Healthy Me is Drug Free' contest

    The National Family Partnership® (NFP) announces the national contest for its 28th annual Red Ribbon Week®, Oct. 23-31.
 Here’s how to enter to win $1,000 for your K-12 school and an iPad for the home:

    October 11, 2013 1 Photo

  • Rose-Hulman: 15 years in the lead

    For the 15th consecutive year, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology has been ranked the nation’s top undergraduate engineering college.

    September 10, 2013

  • Woods climbs in U.S. News rankings

    Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College has moved up to No. 18 from No. 27 as one of the Best Regional Colleges in the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report in its 2014 Best Colleges Guidebook.

    September 10, 2013

  • Kauffmann, Bruce.jpg Dr. King’s ‘Dream’ speech an ad-lib

    Fifty years ago this week (Aug. 28) Martin Luther King, Jr., put a historic exclamation point on the Civil Rights movement’s “March on Washington” when he stood before the Lincoln Memorial and delivered to some 250,000 people, and millions watching on television, the most famous and important American speech since — well, since the Second Inaugural Address given by Lincoln himself.

    August 29, 2013 1 Photo

  • Kauffmann, Bruce.jpg BRUCE’S HISTORY LESSONS: Lincoln, Douglas, and slavery in America

    The famous Lincoln-Douglas debates, which centered on the future of slavery in America, began this week (Aug. 21) in 1858.

    August 22, 2013 1 Photo

  • Bruce’s History Lessons: FDR’s most important domestic program

    Of all of President Franklin Roosevelt’s many domestic achievements, none exceeds the one that became law this week (Aug. 14) in 1935. The Social Security Act was the centerpiece of FDR’s vision to provide financial security to millions of Americans devastated by the Great Depression.

    August 15, 2013

  • BRUCE'S HISTORY LESSONS: The cagey, but never caged, White Mouse

    Few have lived a life as meaningful or full as did Nancy Wake. While she lived in France in 1940 when Nazi Germany subjugated that country, she became a leader of the “maquis” groups — the French resistance fighters — who sabotaged the Nazi occupation of France at every opportunity. Wake was so good at her job, and so good at escaping capture, that the Gestapo nicknamed her “The White Mouse” because she avoided every trap.

    August 8, 2013

  • Kauffmann, Bruce.jpg BRUCE’S HISTORY LESSONS: Writing the ‘Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant’

    When the autobiography of Ulysses S. Grant, Civil War hero and 18th president of the United States, was posthumously published in 1885 it was a literary tour de force.

    July 25, 2013 1 Photo

  • Vigo County School Corp. Honor Roll

    July 25, 2013

  • BRUCE’S HISTORY LESSONS: Becoming the House and Family of Windsor

    In the summer of 1917, Great Britain’s King George V had something of a public relations problem. His country was at war with Germany — World War I as it would be known — and the fighting was so fierce, and British casualty rates so high, that King George’s British subjects were increasingly resentful of all things German.

    July 18, 2013

  • GOALS, PRIDE & ACHIEVEMENTS: July 18, 2013

    The following local students graduated from Anderson University, in Anderson, on May 11. They are Hing Sing Chan and Aaron Joseph Hoff, both of Terre Haute.

    July 18, 2013


    The 45th reunion of the Honey Creek High School class of 1968 is scheduled for Aug. 9 at the VFW at 1111 Veterans Square, 12th and Mulberry streets.

    July 18, 2013

  • Vigo County School Corp. middle school honor roll: fourth grading period

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    Otter Creek

    Sarah Scott

    West Vigo

    Woodrow Wilson


    July 18, 2013

  • BRUCE’S HISTORY LESSON: The birth of the disposable razor blade

    What millions of Americans (including me) have dreamed of — staring at your bathroom mirror when suddenly you’re hit with a brilliant idea destined to make you rich — actually happened to the man who died this week (July 9) in 1932.

    July 11, 2013

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    July 11, 2013

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