By Jennifer Hans on Friday, June 7th, 2013
Huntington County Community School Corporation has selected Diana Sowers, a fifth-grade teacher at Roanoke Elementary, as its Teacher of the Year.
Sowers earned her Bachelor of Science degree and her Master of Science in Education from Indiana University, Fort Wayne. She has 27 years of teaching experience, all with HCCSC... Read More...
By Stephanie Yoder on Thursday, June 6th, 2013
Huntington University students, faculty and staff contributed more than 8,440 volunteer hours this year in the greater Huntington and Fort Wayne communities.
“We do everything from more than hundreds of hours served on missions trips to those who have donated an hour of their time for the blood drive,” said Grace McBrayer, director of volunteer service and outreach ministry... Read More...
By Debbie Dyer on Thursday, June 6th, 2013
The LaFontaine Arts Council recently honored three Huntington Catholic 8th graders as Artists of the Month for May. Each month the LAC showcases middle and high school students who have excelled in fine arts classes at their schools.
Joshua Bowers is the son of Jill Bowers and Scott Bowers of Huntington... Read More...
By Jill Ware on Thursday, June 6th, 2013
HOPE Christian School is hosting an informational meeting this month for those who are interested in learning more about the school, which is scheduled to open in the fall of 2014.
The informational meeting will take place on Thursday, June 27th, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Café of Hope, 900 E... Read More...
By Jaclyn Youhana on Thursday, June 6th, 2013
Ivy Tech Community College Northeast will host James Moore, an associate provost in Ohio State University’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion, from 1:30 to 3 p.m. June 20 in the auditorium on the Coliseum Campus (3800 N. Anthony Blvd.)
Moore will speak on “Contemporary Issues Affecting African American Males,” which is being presented by Ivy Tech’s African American Male Initiative... Read More...
By Rachel Batdorff on Tuesday, June 4th, 2013
Professional Programs is now offering a Student Mentor Program to meet the growing needs of students. This program, which started Feb. 25, will provide academic support for students in the Professional Programs.
“We started the Student Mentor Program to provide additional support systems and positive experiences for our students,” said Deb Burton, professional programs coordinator... Read More...
By Lamont Neal on Saturday, June 1st, 2013
Kindergarten – Celeste Ackley, Carissa Gasper, Ava Geiger and Bryce Taylor
First Grade – Ella Colclesser, Jaxon Heath, Sophia Scheer, Avery Szelis, Maddie Watts, Emilie Willett and Sam Williams
Second Grade – Brianna Cutting, Caleb Eckert, Adalynn Jones, Trey Myrice, Zachary Rice, Jareck Snow, Beth Tallman and Grace Vaught
3rd grade – Christian Cutting, Victoria Donaldson, Trey Hack, Jesston Heath, Kendal Kline , Tyler Melcher, Noah Ray, Ethan Vaught, Dillon Willett and Ari Wise
4th grade – Brison Beekley, Max Colclesser, Noah Denney, Parker Gibson, Roscoe Heath, Lawson Shearer, Kevin Slusher and Hanna Whitney
5th grade – Isaiah Clampitt, Elijah Eckert, Lauren Karshner, Alayna Stroup, Noah Wiedenhoeft and Hannah Will
By Ashley C. Smith on Saturday, June 1st, 2013
Huntington University has gone out to the ballgame.
In continuation of a long partnership, Huntington University is now sponsoring the picnic pavilion at Parkview Field in Fort Wayne, Ind., the home of TinCaps baseball.
Huntington University has been a proud partner of the Fort Wayne minor league baseball for more than 10 seasons beginning with the Wizards and then following the team’s move to Parkview Field as the TinCaps... Read More...
By Ashley C. Smith on Thursday, May 30th, 2013
The Front Line Foresters have been at the forefront this year for Huntington University by representing the student body to alumni, family and friends of university. With the success of the program in 2012-13, the university has hired 10 student ambassadors to continue the mission into the next school year... Read More...
By Lamont Neal on Thursday, May 30th, 2013
The following students made the Honor Roll at Roanoke Elementary 3 out of 4 quarters this school year:
Grade 3 (3 out of 4 times) – Gavin Byerly, Evan Gates, Maisyn Robrock, Brady Shearer, Madelynn Williams, Landon Zeider
Grade 4 (3 out of 4 times) –Jamie Blackstone, Jack Braden, Reece Colclesser, Addison Dennis, Nate Disler, Triniti Hendryx, Sam Hentz, Aydan Pheral, Natalie Rowan, Gavin Smeltzer
Grade 5 (3 out of 4 times) – Ryan Abt, Carissa Beck, Carly Brown, Makayla Dumato, Meghann Grom, Noah Proffitt, , Kelly Stech, Riley Swihart, Hannah Will
The following students made the Honor Roll at Roanoke Elementary all 4 quarters this school year:
Grade 3 (all 4 nine weeks) – Majal Bowers, Auburn Cartwright, Kristin Coffman, Eric Coleman, Abi Dominguez, Simon Fairchild, Kolton Foster, Gracie Grossman, Brady Henline, Ashton Hosler, Cooper Jones, Hailee Kline, Kendal Kline, Tyler Melcher, Madison Milton, Jack Nelson, Lucas Riggers, Reece Scheiber, Garrett Schwieterman, Micah Smith, Shannon Sorg, Austin Taylor, Olivia Walpole, Morgan Watts
Grade 4 (all 4 nine weeks) - Emma Brewer, Max Colclesser, Dierra Coleman, Noah Denney, Mia Garner, Alex Gass, Mitchell Gerber, Parker Gibson, Kate Gradeless, Grace Gross, Gabe Keplar, Evelyn Lee, Meghan Mahoney, Robert Malcolm, Haiden McLeod, Grant Meitzler, Victoria Myers, Madison Rice, Aliyah Smith, Rebecca Sorenson, Preston Teusch, Bryce Thompson, Hanna Whitney
Grade 5 (all 4 nine weeks) – Autumn Anderson, Syanna Bonewitz, Nate Burns, Isaiah Clampitt, Elijah Eckert , Ashlynn Foster, Emily Freise, Dairian Goelz, Drake Goetz , Aidan Hosler, Lauren Karhner, Kyra Keplar, Kyle Korbeck-McGinnis, Drake Kropf, Mason Kyle, Morgan Lamon, Kean McCracken, Katie Melcher, Zachary Ray, Morgan Robrock, Derrik Scharland, Ashlynn Snow, Callie Stetzel, Alayna Stroup, Mary Young, Marshall Watts, Noah Wiedenhoeft
By Rachel Batdorff on Thursday, May 30th, 2013
People have benefited from Huntington University’s unique Indiana counseling licensure completion program for Licensed Mental Health Counselors (LMHC) for five years. Today, the program is continuing to serve more and more students.
“We started this program in the fall of 2008 with just a handful of participants,” said Dr... Read More...
By Lamont Neal on Thursday, May 30th, 2013
The following students made the Honor Roll at Roanoke Elementary for the fourth quarter:
3rd Grade A/B
3rd Grade All As
4th Grade A/B
4th Grade All As
5th Grade A/B
5th Grade All As
By Jennifer Hans on Tuesday, May 28th, 2013
Students at Andrews Elementary are planning a garden workday at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 29.
Second-graders at the school -- with the help of parents and community volunteers -- helped facilitate the creation of several raised garden beds in their quest to study the life cycles of plants and animals... Read More...
By John Nelson on Tuesday, May 28th, 2013
The 2013 Discover Roanoke 10K/5K/1 Mile fundraiser netted the Roanoke Elementary PTO a check in the amount of $804.51. In addition to the PTO, monetary contributions were made to the Roanoke Volunteer Fire Department and the Roanoke Police Department Reserve Corps. The event was well attended with 299 race day participants attacking the hilly courses in and around Roanoke... Read More...
By Lamont Neal on Friday, May 24th, 2013
Important messages from HCCSC:
First – There will be no school on Monday, May 27, 2013 due to the Memorial Day Holiday. All schools will be closed Monday, May 27, 2013 due to the Memorial Day Holiday.
Second - There will be no 30 minute delay start on Wednesday, May 29, 2013 due to this being the last week of school... Read More...
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