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Cedar Crest Math Bowl teams competed and did very well.

Congratulations go out to a few teams that cracked the top 10 in their classes in the STATE!!!!!!

Red Class:  Cedar Crest Grade 5 placed 4th in state

Green Class:  Cedar Crest Grade 6 placed 10th in state

6th grade Math Team5th Grade team  

Forest Park Yearbook & Newspaper Awards Congrats!

Award winning Yearbook and School Newspaper!  Click more to see all the awards!

WELDING CHAMPION! welding competition

Congrats to Forest Park senior, Klint Luebbehusen for winning the WELDING COMPETITION.

He travels to compete at the state level in April.  Good Luck!

Girls Basketball Sectional Champions Sectional Champions

Congrats to the lady rangers for the back-to-back sectional titles!

Regional Tickets Information

General Admission Season tickets for the 2A Girls’ Basketball Regional to be played at Paoli are on sale in the Forest Park athletic office daily from 8 am to Noon and from 1pm to 3 pm. Season tickets, good for all 3 games can be purchased in advance and the price is $10. Single Session tickets for $7 will only be available at the door, Season Tickets will also be available at the door on Saturday. The Rangers will play South Ripley at 10 am EST. Eastern Pekin will face South Knox following the first game. The Championship is set for 8 pm EST. 

Cedar Crest Robotics Team #2 Team White

Cedar Crest Team #2 also coached by Ms. Schroering.

Cedar Crest Robotics Team #1 Team Green

Cedar Crest teams also compete in the robotics event.

Their coach was Ms. Kelly Schroering.


Ferdinand Elem. Robotics Team Ferdinand Elem Team

Ferdinand Elementary robotics team enjoyed their competition.

The team is coached by Mrs. Nettie Boeglin.


Pine Ridge Robotics Team Pine Ridge Team

Pine Ridge 4th graders had a blast at the robotics competition.

They are coached by Mr. Phil Winkler.   Thanks to Mrs. Hopf for sharing the picture.


Cedar Crest Spell Bowl Teams Spell Bowl Teams at Cedar Crest

Congrats to Cedar Crest Spell Bowl teams. They placed 1st and 2nd in their class.

They placed 14th in the state.

Ferdinand Elementary Pre-School and KG Round-Up KG Sign Ups!

Thursday, Feb. 9th @6:30pm
PRE-SCHOOL and  Kindergarten round up are on February 9th at 6:30 at Ferdinand Elementary School.

Please bring  the child's birth certificate and immunization records.


SPELL BOWL Teams at State! High School Team

Both the HS and JH teams competed at the STATE spell bowl tournament held at Purdue University.


Forest Park Chili Supper Chili Supper

The Forest Park Athletic Boosters will hold its annual chili supper on Friday, February 10, 2017 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the High School Cafeteria.  Tickets will be sold for $5.00 in advance at the high school Athletic office until Friday, February 10th

Tickets may also be purchased from any JR/SR high school athlete.  Tickets the night of the supper will be sold for $7.00. 


If anyone would like to donate a dessert for the supper please call the athletic office at 812-817-0900.   Booster memberships will also be available the night of the supper.  Forest Park will host Heritage Hills in Boys’ Basketball following the supper; JV will start at 6:30 p.m.

Band State Runner Up Band members run to Springs Valley to congratulate them on their state championshiip.

Forest Park Marching Rangers take state RUNNER UP in class D .


Pine Ridge Elem Kindergarten Round-Up KG Sign Ups!

Pine Ridge will be having KG signups for the 2017-18 school year from 6:30pm to 7:30 pm
on MONDAY, Feb. 13th!

Bring with you Birth Certificate and Immunization records.

14News Sunrise

Has a great time with the folks from 14News and sunrise celebration kickoff.  Over 850 students from all across the Southeast Dubois Co. School district filled the Junior High gym this morning.


2017-18 School Calendar

Next year's school calendar has been approved.


Cops Cycling for Survivors

Cops Cycling for Survivors got a chance to catch their breath at Cedar Crest Intermediate School. On their journey they were able to meet 247 survivors and raise $56,000 on this year's ride.  This money will go directly to surviving families, other organizations that support fallen law enforcement officers and scholarships for fallen officers children.  All of this money stays right here in Indiana.  Congratulations on a safe and successful ride.  Here is a link to their website.


All four of the SEDubois schools have been awarded 4-Star school status.  

A 4-Star school is the TOP 25% of Indiana Schools.

Congrats to all the students, staff, and parents of Forest Park Jr/Sr HS, Pine Ridge Elem. Ferdinand Elem., and Cedar Crest Intermediate.

Click here to see a list of all schools selected in the state.




Teacher Appreciation Week

A special thank you and shout out to the award winning teachers of Southeast Dubois!  You are the BEST!



Forest Park Academic Team Advances to State Competition

The Forest Park academic team won the area competition and has advanced to the state competition.

Team Members:
1st Row (L to R) - Lilly Bell, Brianna Eckert, and Emily Clifton
2nd Row (L to R) - Jackson Faulkner, Skyla McKim, Dillon Hasenour, and James Kelley


Pike Central Vocational Welding students through the Patoka Valley Vocational 

Cooperative swept the top three places at the Skills USA Welding Contest held at J. Everett Light 

Career Center in Indianapolis on April 16 with Forest Park Senior Ken Jochem placing first; Pike 

Central Senior Eli Loveland placing second; and Forest Park Senior Travis Jacob placing third.  

Competing but not placing in the top three were Northeast Dubois Junior Travis Gress and Forest 

Park Junior Clint Luebbehusen.  

Dubois County CARES Project


(Dubois Co., IN) – One in four sophomores in Dubois County drink alcohol on a monthly basis.  It is easier for youth to get marijuana than alcohol.  Both are staggering thoughts that are of concern to community members and parents.  A new group has been formed in Dubois County to address local issues of alcohol and drug use among youth.  The group, Dubois County Coalition for Adolescent Resilience and Empowerment Strategies or “CARES” has been working to organize itself and introduce the coalition to the community.  Four town hall style meetings or community conversations will be held in each of the four school districts in Dubois County.