Interview with Dr. Richard Arkanoff – District V Superintendent of the Year

Posted on March 21, 2018
Dr. Richard Arkanoff was named District 5 Superintendent of the year.

The superintendent of Center Grove Community School Corporation, Dr. Richard Arkanoff, has been named 2018 Superintendent of the Year for District V by the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents (IAPSS). Arkanoff has been superintendent at Center Grove Community School Corp. since 2011. Because Center Grove is a large and growing suburban school corporation, it […]

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Interview with Dr. Colleen Moran – District IV Superintendent of the Year

Posted on March 21, 2018
Dr. Colleen Moran was named District 4 Superintendent of the Year.

Dr. Colleen Moran, superintendent of North Montgomery Community School Corporation, has been named 2018 Superintendent of the Year for District IV by the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents (IAPSS). Moran has served as North Montgomery superintendent since 2010. As a rural school district with declining enrollment, North Montgomery has been able to make budget […]

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Executive Director’s March 2018 Report

Posted on March 20, 2018
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IAPSS was fortunate to have over 85 school district leaders attending the AASA National Conference on Education in Nashville TN in mid-February. This is the largest contingent IAPSS has had attending the National Conference in a number of years. Perhaps part of the draw was to support and celebrate Indiana’s very first National Superintendent of […]

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March 2018 IAPSS President’s Message

Posted on March 20, 2018
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March certainly came in like a Lion and it has been March Madness all month long. Both of these terms are often associated with this month, however, their roots are fascinating. At one time, some people believed that bad spirits could affect the weather adversely, and were cautious. The believed there should be a balance […]

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Graduation Pathways Update

Posted on March 20, 2018

Recent focus on diploma pathways has clearly signaled the importance of earning a high school diploma. Most students with disabilities, given appropriate supports and services, are capable of earning a diploma. For a small population of students with significant disabilities, the requirements for a diploma are unattainable. A case conference committee (CCC) is required to […]

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