Kenley Ferguson of Huntingburg, 9, sprinted ahead of the group during a drill designed to teach proper running form during Saturday morning’s meeting of the Champions Club at Southridge High School in Huntingburg.
Charlotte Blok of Copenhagen, Denmark, left, was reunited with her son Matias Blok, who has been an exchange student at Jasper High School since August, at St. Mary Catholic Church in Ireland on Thursday.
Forest Park High School seniors Brianne Seffernick, left, and Amy Metz dusted a new 3-D print of Monastery Immaculate Conception during Jacob Berg’s engineering, design and development class Tuesday in Ferdinand.
The sophomore class from both St. Isidore Parish campuses volunteered to hide Easter eggs and dress up as the Easter bunny to serve the children of the congregation after morning Mass at St. Celestine Catholic Church on Sunday.
With Heather Schoenbachler sprawled on the grass, Kelsi Calderon completed a back bend over her best friend Thursday at Huntingburg City Park. The 10-year-olds from Huntingburg spent part of spring break together before Kelsi moves to Jasper. “She’s like a sister,” Kelsi said of Heather.
Sixteen children gathered at Ferdinand Branch Library on Wednesday morning for spring break canvas painting. Karsyn Longabaugh of Ferdinand, 4, left, painted a tractor as her older sister Brylee, 8, painted an elephant during the activity.
Fifth Street School second-grade teacher Karen Pieper laughed after student Makenna Cummins threw a cream pie in her face Thursday during the Jasper school’s fundraiser for Mentors for Youth Super Strikes.