A committee recommended at last night’s board meeting that the district keep the current schedule and maintain the current length of the school day.
Previously, MCCSC only had enough funding for half-day kindergarten, so parents wanting to enroll their children for the full day had to pay the difference.
Some of the new I-STEP testing requirements could affect how a school is evaluated on the state level.
Monroe County schools say they are considering a "balanced" calendar, which would make school year-round with more frequent breaks.
Many physicians have been sending insured patients to public health clinics, which receive government funded vaccines.
Only four teachers will be laid off this year as opposed to more than 130 in 2010.
The school board voted last night to appoint Doctor Judith DeMuth, of LaPorte, Indiana, as the district’s new permanent superintendent.
The new measure partially restores many programs cut during the 2010 fiscal year.
Bloomington State Senator Vi Simpson takes questions from MCCSC board members Martha Street and Kelly Smith about budget projections.
Monroe County is facing several thousand power outages and a number of closures as the winter storm warning remains in effect.