Local Bible school registration open
Families can register together for an upcoming vacation Bible school. SS Francis & Clare’s “Cave Quest”-themed school will be 6:30 to 8:15 p.m. June 14 to 16 at the church, 5901 Olive Branch Road, Greenwood.
Families are encouraged to register together, and the vacation Bible school is open to adults.
Registration can be done at groupvbspro.com/vbs/ez/ssfcvbs2016.
Middle school students can attend camp
Local middle school students interested in a job in law enforcement can explore the career during a leadership camp this summer. The 37th annual Indiana Sheriff’s Youth Leadership Camp will be July 11 to 13 at Waycross Episcopal Camp near Morgantown.
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The camp is for boys and girls in seventh or eighth grade.
To learn more about the camp or register, contact your school counselor or call the sheriff’s office at 317-736-9155.
Lawyers visit local high school
Students at Indian Creek High School got a peek at the law.
Indiana State Bar Association’s statewide Law Day program matches lawyers with local schools for the annual program.
Justice Steven H. David and Catheryne E. Pully spoke about U.S. Supreme Court case, Miranda v. Arizona.
The case helped form “Miranda Rights,” which are rights that police officers read to people being arrested.
Roncalli announces students of the month
Roncalli High School has named their students of the month for March.
Business and technology, Corey Matthews; guidance, Michael Saling; fine arts, Adam Eads; science, Leah Biasi; religious studies, Lucy Furiak; health and physical education, Michael Otley; industrial technology, Brian Paul; S.T.A.R.S. Program, Emry Himes; English, Liam Collier; world languages, Mariesa LaRosa; communications, Maiya Mahoney; family and consumer science, Katie Deak; social studies, Carmen Olivares Beltran; math, Camryn Deluca.
Johnson County REMC gives scholarships
Two local students have been given a $2,000 scholarship from the Johnson County REMC.
Whiteland Community High School senior Emily Dougherty and Center Grove High School senior Madeline Fain were awarded the money.
The scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic and personal achievement and an essay on a topic relevant to the electric industry.
Dougherty will attend Purdue University majoring in agricultural communications. Fain will study intelligent systems engineering at Indiana University.