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One project that preserves Northwest Indiana’s historic past and another that paves the way to a better future for ex-offenders are in the limelight as “NWI Innovators of the Month” for August…
In 1950, Eugene Massignani opened the first Gino’s Steakhouse in Harvey with a menu that appealed to steak-lovers throughout the Calumet Region.
SCHERERVILLE | In pizza-loving Chicagoland, Boston's Pizza kind of sounded like a joke.
BURNS HARBOR | The United Steelworkers union wants more time to negotiate rather than go on strike at Northwest Indiana's largest steel mills.
GARY | More than five weeks after a Gary woman and her nephew went missing, some are questioning why an Amber Alert was never issued in the case. 
MUNSTER | Seated on the Eads Elementary School gymnasium floor, 520 students waited quietly Monday afternoon for DARE Officer James Ghrist to walk through the doors.
LOWELL | Area farmers are making a last ditch effort to stop the Singleton Stone Quarry even as bulldozers scrape off acres of topsoil to clear the way for deeper stone excavations.
ST. JOHN | A fight that erupted Friday morning between two freshmen at Lake Central High School has left one of them with a fractured eye socket and the other facing a potential battery charge…
HAMMOND | A federal judge in Hammond has dismissed the Crown Point Community School Corp. from a lawsuit in which a teen girl said a former teacher made inappropriate advances to her at school…
SCHERERVILLE | A spokesman for AMC Theatres said the company's Schererville 16 location should reopen at midweek.

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Mission Statement

Excellence in learning: Success in life.

Vision Statement

The School City of Hammond embraces its diversity and communicates consistently high expectations.  SCH provides a rich and challenging learning environment that encourages academic excellence and the development of talents that prepares students to make positive contributions to our world. 

District leadership provides continuous, system-wide, professional growth opportunities enhanced by technology and guided by data-driven, research-based strategies, assessments, and timely interventions.  Highly effective teachers and support staff collaboratively utilize best practices to maximize student growth and achievement. 

Supported by the pillars of sound, fiscal management, accountability, and community partnerships, SCH maintains a focus on transparency and good stewardship.

 

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It is the policy of the School City of Hammond not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin,age or handicap in its programs as required by the Indiana Civil Rights Act (I.C. 22-9.1), Title VI and VII (Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX (Educational Amendments), and Section 504 (Rehabilitation Act of 1973).
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