LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Three school districts in Tippecanoe County met Wednesday night for what state leaders call a unique partnership.
It was the annual Joint Meeting with superintendents and school board members from the Lafayette, West Lafayette and Tippecanoe School Corporations.
They talked about a variety of issues, including diploma requirements, legislation at the Statehouse and the career academy.
Leaders with the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents spoke and praised the schools for their willingness to work together.
"In my 12 years on the board, it's just something that we do. It really spills over, not just this meeting, but just a general feeling of cooperation amoung the superintendents, board members. We seem to really work well together," said Alan Karpick with the WLCSC board.
The corporations will continue to watch legislation as this year's session wraps up.
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