Megan Erbacher, C&P Top News

Megan Erbacher

C&P Top News

Evansville, IN, United States

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Past articles by Megan:

EVSC School Board: Recent resignations, retirements and appointments

At a regular Nov. 26 meeting, the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp. School Board approved the following personnel recommendations. → Read More

Teacher of the Week: Washington Middle School's Barbie Beckham works best under pressure

Teacher of the Week Barbie Beckham admits she's a procrastinator, but believes she works best under pressure. → Read More

Signature School to expand facilities, enrollment with $2.5M Regional Cities funding

As far as moments in Signature School history, a “big one” is about to happen for the school community in the new year. → Read More

FOP asks EVSC for first off-duty officer raise since 2010

It’s been eight years since off-duty officers hired by the EVSC have received a pay raise. The school board approved a raise, but not what FOP wants. → Read More

EVSC students to watch videos on child abuse and child sexual abuse, per Indiana law

Kids as young as five-years-old now learn how to recognize child abuse and child sexual abuse through watching age-appropriate videos in school. → Read More

Indiana A-F grades: EVSC sees fewer failing schools, number of A schools unchanged

Fewer Indiana schools received an A rating for the 2017-18 school year, but fewer schools also received failing marks, according to the state. → Read More

Evansville kindergartner surprised by Marine dad at Scott School's Veterans Day assembly

Ten months ago Scott School kindergartner Eliana Marzec said bye to her dad as he deployed to Afghanistan. He returned home Friday to surprise her. → Read More

EVSC School Board: Newcomers, incumbents plan to work together for kids and teachers

The EVSC School Board will see two new faces in January, joined by two incumbents who all plan to work together for students and teachers. → Read More

EVSC School Board will have two newcomers in January, joined by two incumbents

Vanderburgh County voters chose two new faces for the EVSC School Board, and re-elected two incumbents. → Read More

Evansville Police search for witness in 2-year-old accidentally shooting herself in chest

Evansville Police search for witness in two-year-old accidentally shooting herself in chest. Child expected to survive accident. → Read More

North students pitch musical swing set, win 4th UE Changemaker Challenge, others presented

High school students compete to win full-tuition scholarships to UE through the annual Changemaker Challenge. → Read More

Red Cross telethon Wednesday in Evansville to raise money for Hurricane Michael victims

The local Red Cross is hosting the telethon: Neighbors in Need: Relief for Hurricane Michael from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday. → Read More

Chris Young talks life on the road, what he can't travel without and Evansville tour stop

Country singer-songwriter Chris Young talks tour life, his travel buddy and what you may be surprised to learn. He plays in Evansville Thursday. → Read More

EVSC Board: Recently approved resignations, appointments, termination at Oct. 15 meeting

The EVSC School Board approved the following resignations, termination and appointments at a regular Oct. 15 meeting. → Read More

UE President Christopher Pietruszkiewicz talks his new role, WUEV radio station and #MeToo

UE's 24th president, Christopher Pietruszkiewicz, spoke with the C&P about his new role, his thoughts on WUEV radio station and the #MeToo movement. → Read More

Eileen Collins: First female to pilot, command NASA shuttle to talk space at UE Wednesday

Eileen Collins, the first female to pilot and command a NASA spacecraft, will speak about her career and space at UE Wednesday. → Read More

CSX Transportation: Buckled train track caused June 23 car derailment in Princeton

CSX detailed a 23-car train derailment in Princeton, including the cause and cost of damage, in a report to the Federal Railroad Administration. → Read More

ISTEP: How do we address half of our students failing?

Parents and local and state officials weigh in on nearly half of students locally and statewide failing the ISTEP. → Read More

Upgrade Bike Share program expands with new Evansville location, 3 in Henderson, Ky.

The corner of Colonial and First avenues now offers Ivy Tech Evansville students and community members a new option for transportation. → Read More

Spring 2018 ISTEP: Results mostly unchanged or decreased slightly

After about a month delay, the Indiana Department of Education publicly released statewide and local spring 2018 ISTEP results on Wednesday. → Read More