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THE INDIANA SMALL AND RURAL SCHOOLS ASSOCIATION!

Join our efforts to provide voice specifically for small and rural schools in Indiana!
Through these pages and our website we hope you learn more of who we are and what the ISRSA is all about!

 

 

 

Congratulations to our
2017-18 Indiana Rural Teacher of the Year!
Mr. James Wildermuth – North Miami Middle/High School

L to R: Katrina Hall - Indiana Farm Bureau, Mr. Nicholas Eccles - Superintendent North Miami, Mr. James Wildermuth - 2017-18 ISRSA Rural Teacher of the Year, Dr. Tracy Caddell - ISRSA President, Dr. Adrian Richie - Principal North Miami Middle/High School

L to R: Katrina Hall – Indiana Farm Bureau, Mr. Nicholas Eccles – Superintendent North Miami, Mr. James Wildermuth – 2017-18 ISRSA Rural Teacher of the Year, Dr. Tracy Caddell – ISRSA President, Dr. Adrian Richie – Principal North Miami Middle/High School

 

Annual Meeting 

ISRSA held its Annual Meeting on November 7, 2017, at the Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance Building in Indianapolis. 

 

Information on Application Process and Other Details for
FY 2018 REAP Project Grants

 FY 2018 Small, Rural School Achievement (SRSA) grant application period is scheduled to open Tuesday, February 20, 2018, and close Friday, April 20, 2018, at 4:30 p.m. Washington, D.C. time. The FY 2018 SRSA application will be available in Grants.gov once the application period opens on February 20.  

The Rural Education Achievement Program (REAP) team sent this notification to local education agencies (LEAs) and state education agencies this morning.   SRSA-eligible LEAs should start their FY 2018 SRSA grant applications on February 20.

If you have questions regarding this notification, please send them to REAP@ed.gov.

 

 

 

ISRSA LEGISLATIVE LUNCHEON
FEBRUARY 13, 2018

The Indiana Small and Rural Schools Association will hold its Sixth Annual Legislative Luncheon on Tuesday, February 13, 2018.  Again this year, the ISRSA partnered with the North Central Indiana School Study Council, to joined in our day’s activities.   The ISRSA and NCISSC thank any lawmakers who make time to meet with us.  

(Pictures from the 2017 Luncheon)

Pic 1 John Hill Group Pic 6 Group Pic 5 Group Pic 4 Group Pic 3 Group Pic 2 Denny Costerison

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WHAT ARE  IMPLICATIONS FROM ESSA
FOR SMALL AND RURAL SCHOOLS?

AASA and the National Rural Education Advocacy Coalition (NREAC) work closely in Washington, DC.
Together, we lobby as a voice on federal issues for small and rural schools.

Please visit a new resource page on the AASA website, among which is a section on how ESSA will impact small and rural schools.  Keep this website close, as this resource is a living document and will be up-dated, added to, and changed as new information  on ESSA becomes available.

Access the website:  Click Here

 

 


 

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National Rural Education Association

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