Author: Christian Sorrell

Bill gives schools options

Gov. Mike Pence has signed State Sen. Mike Delph’s (R-Carmel) performance-qualified school’s bill, Senate Enrolled Act 189, into law. Delph and Pence were joined by Carmel Clay Schools Supt. Dr. Jeff Swensson for the...

Stanford’s hopes to attract families

Last month, Kincaid’s in Clay Terrace closed its doors and re-opened on April 15 as Stanford’s, an American neighborhood restaurant and bar. Restaurants Unlimited, Inc., the company that owns both Kincaid’s and Stanford’s, decided...

Marathon mania

On April 20, more than 3,500 runners from 39 different states and six countries took part in the third annual Carmel Marathon. Runner Jesse Davis won the marathon with a time of 2 hours,...

Superintendent search continues

A new superintendent search is being mounted by the Carmel Clay School Board. Despite announcing three finalists as a part of their initial search, board members felt that more time needs to be taken...

From the page to the stage

It takes a well-orchestrated army to bring a play to life This weekend, the Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre will open “Into the Woods,” its final show of the season. Current went behind the scenes...

White named teacher of the year

Third-grade Carmel Elementary teacher Renee White was named Carmel Clay Schools’ Stephen A. Backer Teacher of the Year at a surprise ceremony early last week. “It was a complete surprise,” White said. “I hadn’t...