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Press Release


Kassie Sells Joins Freedom Academy Staff

Kendallville, IN. July 12, 2016kas

Freedom Academy is excited to announce that Kassie Sells has joined their team as Client Services Coordinator. Formerly, she was a Substitute teacher for South Side Elementary School and working part time at the Post Office in Kendallville. She brings to Freedom Academy an outgoing personality, customer service skills and excellent organizational skills.

Kassie attended East Noble High School in Kendallville, Indiana and graduated from Ivy Tech in Fort Wayne, Indiana with an Associate’s degree in Business Administration.

Kassie lives in Kendallville. She enjoys spending time with her family and camping.


City celebrates Arbor Day, academy founding


Photo by Dennis Nartker of the News Sun.

Kendallville Mayor Suzanne Handshoe, city officials, Tree Commission members, Freedom Academy board members and representatives, East Noble High School Assistant Principal Kathryn Logenbaugh and Erica Dekko, daughter of the late Chet Dekko, gather Friday in Bixler Lake Park to plant a red maple tree celebrating Arbor Day in Kendallville and the 25th anniversary of the Freedom Academy. Tree Commission President Dave Christianson spoke about Arbor Day and the city’s Tree City USA designation by the National Arbor Day Foundation. Freedom Academy Executive Director Melissa Carpenter explained Freedom Academy, established in 1991 by Chet Dekko. Shown left to right, front row, are: Erica Dekko, Carpenter, Handshoe, Janet Reade, Jolene Fry, Kristie Trick, Alyssa Gulick, Tracy Tipton and Tom Leedy. In back, from left, are Robert Probst, Christianson and Anita Shepherd.