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  • NPUSC Earns Recognition
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  • NPUSC Welcomes New SRO

    The LaPorte County Sheriff’s Office and the New Prairie United School Corporation are making a joint announcement on the selection of a school resource officer.

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  • Culture of Excellence

    Welcome to the New Prairie United School Corporation Website. Your interest in the NPUSC is welcomed and appreciated. All functions of our school corporation are driven by a “Culture of Excellence” expectation as we strive daily to effectively serve the students, families, and various stakeholders of our school community.

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  • NPUSC Earns Recognition

    The College Board has named New Prairie United School Corporation to the Advanced Placement (AP) District Honor Roll.

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Important Transportation Notice

Beginning in the 2015-2016 school year, there will be changes made to the NPUSC transportation procedures. These changes have been made in the interest of keeping our students safe. Each student may have one morning pick up location and one afternoon drop off location. These locations need to be on file with the school office.   Please remember that all stops must be a residence within the boundaries of the New Prairie United School Corporation. Transportation to and from the YMCA Latchkey program held at Rolling Prairie Elementary will still be allowed as will transportation between NPUSC School buildings. Bus transportation changes (pass/notes) will no longer be accepted. It is in the interest of keeping our students safe that we can no longer accommodate complex schedules involving multiple stops.

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Congratulations to the Robotics Team

FIRST robotics team 2197, Las Pumas, New Prairie High School, was part of the three-team alliance that captured the championship at the first ever Purdue District Competition held at the Co-Rec Center on the campus of Purdue University from March 19-21, 2015.

The first-ever championship for New Prairie scored them enough points to qualify for the Indiana State Championship held at Ben Davis High School from April 2 through April 4, 2015. Invitations were extended to the top 32 teams in the state. Ten teams will advance to the world championships in St. Louis on April 22-25, 2015.

Team 2197 includes juniors Emily Hobart, Colt Houseknecht and Ben Meadows along with sophomores Lucas Allegrette, Max Bauer, Nick Bertolan, Baylee Carpenter, James Cochran, Alex Crawford, Rachel Devereaux, Malinda Jack, Josh Leiter, Reid Onnink, Brennan Shank, Kristen Smith and Brett Stevens. Freshman Evan Williams rounds out the team. The mentors include Sam Tillich (Honeywell), Dan Sales (California Analytical Instruments), Larry Crawford (I/N Tek I/N Kote), Jon Houseknecht (Sunset Septic and Excavation), Holly Hauck (NP biology teacher) and Frank Hobart (NP engineering teacher). Considerable assistance was provided by Ryan Jones, NP art teacher, and Robyn Kubsch, NP FACS teacher.


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      New Prairie United School Corporation
      5327 N. Cougar Rd.
      New Carlisle, IN 46552

      Dr. Paul White
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