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“I just hope,” Wilson said, “that people will see there is a lot of support here in our community if you really wa...
04/03/2017
From homeless to college bound, dad’s story is one of redemption

“I just hope,” Wilson said, “that people will see there is a lot of support here in our community if you really want help.”

It seems nearly incredible that someone who was homeless, jobless and nearly penniless two and a half years ago now sits in a building called Sans Souci — French for “without worry” — with the smile of a lottery winner. But 37-year-old Columbus native Nathan Wilson hit a different jackpot — one over...

You inspire us Jodi!
03/27/2017
Jodi's Walk Home

You inspire us Jodi!

Jodi Miller understands that the path to success is a long, complicated walk. Jodi started her path when she turned away from 13 years of drug abuse. Her addictions to methamphetamines and cocaine caused her to lose her home and her two sons, Kayden and Kyler. “I was sleeping in my car for a long ti...

United Way of  Bartholomew Co
02/14/2017
United Way of Bartholomew Co

United Way of Bartholomew Co

Save the Date for United Way of Bartholomew County's Annual Meeting! RSVP today to celebrate with us on Tuesday, March 7!

United Way of  Bartholomew Co
01/03/2017
United Way of Bartholomew Co

United Way of Bartholomew Co

Financial Stability. Education. Health.

At United Way, we collaborate to improve the lives of Bartholomew County residents in these three areas. Visit our website to learn more about how your donation is making a difference in our community.

#LIVEUNITED #BartholomewCounty

12/19/2016
Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation

Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation

The last two winters have provided us with the relatively new challenge of extremely cold temperatures. As we begin to encounter similar challenges for this winter, it is our strong belief that we can conduct a regular school day for the majority of these types of days, particularly when road conditions are not an issue. Perhaps an interesting piece of information is that, typically, the temperature at 7:00 a.m. is the same as that at 9:00 a.m. (the times that students are getting on buses for a regular day v. a 2-hour delay day). Additionally, we are concerned about the hardships that are created for many parents, especially those with young children, when we deviate from the routine of a normal school day.

Our running "ON TIME" is always contingent on all buses starting as expected and all school buildings being warm. As always, parents have the ultimate option as to whether or not their children attend school. Any student not attending school due to extreme weather conditions will be granted an excused absence and any work missed may be completed for credit.

We appreciate continued patience with us as we work through the rest of the winter.

Jim Roberts
Superintendent

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1531 13th St
Columbus, IN
47201

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