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EACS to hear safety presentation

East Allen County Schools will hear a presentation from the ALICE Training Institute about school safety during the regularly scheduled board meeting at 6:30 p.m. Feb.18 at New Haven High School, 1300 Green Road.

ALICE training is a critical safety program for any student, faculty or staff member in education and provides practical tools and strategies on how people can respond in cases of an armed intruder. The community is invited to attend.


Superintendent in Warsaw to retire

Warsaw Community Schools Superintendent Craig Hintz announced Thursday he plans to retire effective June 30.

Hintz joined Warsaw Community Schools in 2009 as superintendent and was named Indiana Superintendent of the Year in 2013. Under his leadership, the school district received an A grade rating for two consecutive years from the Indiana Department of Education

School board President Jennifer Tandy said the board is in the process of developing criteria for selecting the district’s next leader.