City of Bloomington
This is our 10th Marathon, and although we have raised nearly $350,000 in the past 8 years, we still believe we can do more to support the miracles at Riley! We have nearly 200 students helping organize our marathon, and we are led by our group of 16 seniors who meet throughout the year to plan events to fundraise for Riley and coordinate the day of the Marathon!From 6 pm – midnight on April 11th, we hope to have 1,200 students from South and other area high schools commit to stand for those who can’t. We will dance, play games, listen to music, eat some great food, but most importantly, we will spend time with our Riley families and share their stories.Since our humble beginning, we have had so many high-achieving fundraisers that we wanted to recognize them somehow. In 2014, we added Miracle Maker hours for dancers who raise $250 or more. From 2-5 pm on April 11th, Miracle Makers get to spend more time getting to know the Riley kids, siblings, and families while doing special activities with the kids. We know that requests for donations never seem to end, but we hope you will share our passion for the miracles that happen at Riley every day and support Bloomington South’s Dance Marathon . . . It’s For the Kids!
The major focus of teaching and learning at BNTHS will be Project-Based Learning (PBL). Project-based learning brings together intellectual inquiry, rigorous real-world standards and student engagement in relevant and meaningful work. Many schools offer project-based learning experience for their students, but BNTHS is unique because students are thoroughly immersed in it.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation Adult Education program offers individualized instruction and guidance to teen and adult learners who seek to improve basic skills or learn new ones to create better opportunities for themselves and their families. By bridging past educational experiences and future educational success, we increase literacy and promote lifelong learning through a student-directed approach, in partnership with caring and professional teachers.
In our department you will find assistance for buying a home, organizing a neighborhood association, preserving historic property, resolving concerns about housing code violations or rental grievances, and much more.
We strive to provide the highest quality parks, recreation services, and greenspace to enhance the quality of life for our community.
The Commission on Hispanic and Latino Affairs is established to work toward economic, educational and social equity for Hispanics and Latinos residing in Bloomington and to promote cooperation and understanding among cultures. Learn more about the Commission.All Commission meetings are open to the public and are held the first Wednesday of every month at 5:30pm in the McCloskey conference room at City Hall, 401 N. Morton Street, Bloomington. If you are interested in serving as a member of the commission on Hispanic and Latino Affairs go to the Bloomington City Clerk’s home page to complete an application. If you have any questions, contact the City Clerk and Council office at (812) 349-3408.