MCCSC officials faced difficult decisions in finding funds for extracurricular activities and some staff are still not getting all of their stipend.
Authorities are investigating a threat written in the bathroom of a Bloomington middle school.
The Indiana Department of Education released a new grading system to measure school performance.
Judy DeMuth is laying the groundwork for the future of MCCSC.
Changes with MCCSC's new school year include an additional four hours per week in school.
Though the MCCSC is able to raise its budget for the coming year, it can't do so enough to pay substitute teachers more, officials say.
Preschool is not mandated in Indiana and funding for individual corporation programming can be hard to find.
Last year about 130 MCCSC teachers were laid off. The addition of public referendum funding appears to have saved at least one job in 2011.
Only four teachers will be laid off this year as opposed to more than 130 in 2010.
Public opinions appear to be divided on a plan put forward last night to extend the Monroe County Community School Corporation student day.