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Niles robotics team surprised with $1,000 grant


Northridge High School likely to add 3 new sports facilities


School City of Mishawaka support staff to see pay increases


John Glenn School Corp. names new superintendent


Residents, officials come together to discuss SB school issues


Penn, Goshen named finalists for high school STEM grant


Bethel unveils new logo for move from 'college' to 'university'


Good Samaritan pays off Elkhart students' remaining lunch balances


South Bend student-athletes complete anti-bullying training


Student faces discipline after bringing BB gun to school


Cindi Clawson's Read Across Michiana reaches halfway point


BHAS new code of conduct to be implemented incrementally


Goshen Community Schools looking to beef up school bus safety


Donation means South Bend school gets literal truckload of supplies


Indiana Department of Education looking to change teaching style


Warsaw career fair for girls showcases different kinds of work opportunities


Adams students learn about Day of the Dead


ISSMA RESULTS: Area schools compete at semi-state music competitions Saturday


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