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Rise & Shine: IPS enrollment ticks up

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COUNT DAY: Indianapolis Public Schools enrollment ticked up by about 1,100 students this school year — a significant bump for a school system that’s likely to close campuses in the coming years because of low-enrollment and a tight budget. Chalkbeat

In Muncie schools, enrollment dipped slightly. But it’s up in neighboring Yorktown. Star Press

PUBLIC RECORDS: When an Evansville school board member couldn’t get answers to her questions, she filed a record request with the district. Courier & Press

THEFT: A former parent-teacher council president from Highland was charged for allegedly stealing almost $17,000 from organization coffers. NWI

SAFETY: Police arrested a River Forest High School student after school officials said he brought a handgun to school in a backpack. Post-Tribune, NWI

A former student from Cloverdale was charged after he was seen with a gun in the school parking lot. FOX59, RVT6, WTHR


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