WBASH VALLEY, Ind. (WTHI) - Three Wabash Valley schools have received a 4-Star status.
On Friday the Indiana Department of Education announced the newest round of 4-Star schools.
Jackson Township and Staunton Elementary Schools in Brazil along with Flaget Elementary School in Vincennes made the high honor.
Receiving designation as a 4-Star school shows academic excellence among students, educators and the administration.
Schools must meet certain criteria to receive the 4-Star designation. That includes excellent I-Step pass rates and must receive an A for the year.
Overall 238 Hoosier schools received the award. For the full list, click here.
- Three Wabash Valley schools receive 4-Star status
- Wabash Valley Nearing Drought Status
- Wabash Valley school receives national honors
- Two Wabash Valley schools receive STEM certification
- Three Wabash valley schools honored with Four Star status
- Two Wabash Valley towns receive DNR grants
- Several Wabash Valley fire departments receive grants
- Several Wabash Valley schools receive Digital Learning Grants
- Wabash Valley kids explore the Wabash River
- Wabash Valley schools pay tribute to veterans