Candidates looking to become the next Superintendent of Greater Clark County Schools are being interviewed this week. Whoever takes over for current Superintendent Stephen Daescher will be expected to continue the district’s success. Daeschner has improved student achievement since taking over in 2009; Greater Clark met all No Child Left Behind goals last year. But… Continue reading Greater Clark Interviews Five to Replace Superintendent Daeschner
The Greater Clark County Schools board has voted not to renew superintendent Stephen Daeschner’s contract next year. Despite a rally held by supporters on Monday, and several who showed up in support at Tuesday night’s meeting, the board voted 5-2 not to extend his $225,000 contract, which expires next summer. The vote was expected to… Continue reading Greater Clark School Board Will Not Renew Daeschner’s Contract
Some southern Indiana residents will rally Monday night in support of Greater Clark County Schools’ superintendent Stephen Daeschner. The school board announced last week that it is discussing options for keeping Daeschner working in the district, which may include a pay cut or a demotion. Daeschner has been publicly silent on whether he would accept… Continue reading Rally Held For Greater Clark County Schools’ Superintendent
The Greater Clark County School Corporation Board of School Trustees has offered Superintendent Stephen Daeschner the chance to remain at his current position, but with lower pay. The board met Tuesday night to discuss options for Daeschner’s future with the district. His current salary is $225,000, but that will need to be cut to help… Continue reading Greater Clark County Schools Continues Discussions About Superintendent’s Future
Indiana’s Greater Clark County School Board will meet in executive session Tuesday to discuss the future of Superintendent Stephen Daeschner. “We’re just going to put everything out on the table and talk about it and ask questions so that we know what direction we can head in and what directions are cut off so we… Continue reading Greater Clark Schools Decides Fate of Superintendent Soon
Certain Greater Clark County Schools are helping some parents adjust to changes in their schedules due to the indefinite closure of the Sherman Minton Bridge. A partner of Greater Clark County Schools, Communities in Schools, has opened its extended-day learning program to all parents for a daily fee for this week only. Parents can drop… Continue reading Jeffersonville Schools Open Doors Earlier For Parents
Last week, WFPL reported last year’s preliminary ACT scores were released for Greater Clark County Schools. Around 29 percent of Indiana students were tested and overall they scored above the national average. But Greater Clark County School students didn’t meet the same mark. Although some schools increased student achievement by 32 percent and all elementary… Continue reading Greater Clark County Schools ACT Test Results
Greater Clark County School students began classes this week with its No Child Left Behind goals met and all elementary schools making adequate yearly progress. But the district still has a lot of work to do, said Superintendent Stephen Daeschner. Last year’s ACT results were released this week. Unlike Kentucky, Indiana does not require all… Continue reading Greater Clark County Schools Still Has Work To Do
The Greater Clark County School Board has hired Stephen Daeschner as the district’s new superintendent.
Greater Clark County Schools will hold three public meetings Tuesday with the finalist for the district’s open superintendent position.