More than 7,000 students in southwest Allen County went back to school for the 2017-2018 school year Wednesday.
More than 7,300 students started a new school year at NACS Wednesday.
IPFW Move-In day begins, followed by New Student Orientation events throughout the week.
Thousands of students returned to their classrooms Tuesday in the state’s biggest school system Fort Wayne Community Schools. Many of those students will find updated and renovated facilities when they walk in the doors.
Stars like Salma Hayek, Samuel L. Jackson, Kate Beckinsale and more stressed about finding fresh pencils and the perfect lunchbox, new clothes and the hottest notebooks.
Students in Fremont head back to school on Wednesday. The school system is celebrating a new solar farm this new school year.
Just over 800 students started the new school year at Southern Wells Community Schools.
About 9,500 students and more than 500 teachers returned to their 16 schools in eastern Allen County Tuesday morning.
Muncie Community Schools says in a statement that schools are closed Thursday as staff, the district’s new transportation company and others review transportation plans.
The Garrett-Keyser-Butler Community School District is made up of three schools in Garrett: Garrett High School, Garrett Middle School, and J.E. Ober Elementary School.
More than 50 bikers escorted Phil Mick to school on his first day. It was Phil’s first time on a motorcycle and a first day of school he will never forget, he said.
Throughout the month of August, we’ll post videos from each WANE-TV personality sharing their memories and experiences of back-to-school time.
DeKalb County Eastern Community Schools encompasses eastern DeKalb County and is made up of Eastside High School, Butler Elementary School, and Riverdale Elementary School.
It’s a stressful time of year for parents and kids alike, but there are ways to limit the anxiety. NewsChannel 15 has partnered with Hand in Hand Comprehensive Therapy Specialists for these tips.
On just one day in 2016, there were nearly 3,000 instances of motorists passing buses that had stop arms deployed and red stop lights flashing according to a survey of bus drivers in Indiana.
The two retailers are trying to make it a bit easier for parents to get all the items their kids need for the first day of class.