Students head back to class in Warren


It’s back to class today for nearly 12,000 students in Warren Township. The district is starting class at least a week
before most other schools in central Indiana. Educators say a money shortage is changing the way the district does business.
Warren is moving from a traditional calendar that includes some voluntary year-round schools using what’s known as a
blended schedule. In it, students go nine weeks on and take two weeks off. Fox59 will have more at 4 p.m.

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