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Special Learning Center gets visit from Eldon FFA's petting zoo

Published Oct. 18 2016

More than 100 children at the Special Learning Center (SLC) had a chance to interact with a few farm animal...

Project seeks to increase STEM graduates by 125 percent

Published Oct. 17 2016

Lincoln University is one of eight Missouri schools sharing a $5 million National Science Foundation grant to increase the number...

TJMS students get a lesson in energy saving

Published Oct. 6 2016

Thomas Jefferson Middle School students got a swift lesson in ways they can save money for their parents on the...

Nixon restores $9M in withheld school funding

Published Oct. 6 2016

Missouri public schools are getting a fraction of funding back after millions in withholdings were announced in the last few...

Closed campus at California schools due to threatening post

Published Oct. 4 2016

The California School District went to "closed campus" operations Friday. According to Superintendent Dwight Sanders, a threatening message posted on...

Eldon schools introduce informatics program

Published Oct. 1 2016

Eldon High School senior Alexa Belshe is undecided on a career path.

Student aid applications available 3 months early

Published Sep. 29 2016

Starting this year, the free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be available for students and their families Saturday...

LU curators' history degree decision questioned

Published Sep. 29 2016

The Lincoln University Curators' decision to deactivate the school's history degree program is among the reasons cited for Lincoln University's...

Colleges lavishing more financial aid on wealthy students

Published Sep. 28 2016

Spencer Mulligan knew his family could pay for his college education, even without loans or grants. So when the...

Goodbye to homework for some elementary schools and classes

Published Sep. 28 2016

Guess what, kids? No homework.

Jamestown PTO organizing Fall Festival

Published Sep. 28 2016

Jamestown PTO is busy organizing the Fall Festival, which is scheduled for 6-8 p.m. Oct. 7 at the school.

California second-graders visit city hall

Published Sep. 27 2016

The California Elementary second grade students were informed about the working of the city government Tuesday, Sept. 20, during a...

California schools see growth in test scores, enrollment

Published Sep. 27 2016

California schools have more than 40 students more than this time a year ago.

LU faculty back seeking NEA collective bargaining

Published Sep. 27 2016

Enough members of Lincoln University's faculty have expressed an interest in forming a collective bargaining unit with the Missouri NEA...

'Makerspaces' balance, challenge for test-heavy curriculums

Published Sep. 5 2016

Fifth-grader Bella Bartlomi sits at a table full of circuits and small robots, trying to connect the right circuits to...

MU sees drop in freshman enrollment

Published Aug. 23 2016

Officials at the University of Missouri said their newest freshmen class likely is the smallest in 10 years.

AmeriCorps members prepare for year of service to Eldon schools

Published Aug. 18 2016

A group of 30 individuals gathered Wednesday afternoon at the Eldon High School and pledged the same promise: to get...

Program helps Eldon grads earn degrees in high school

Published Aug. 13 2016

When the Eldon R-1 School District begins classes Aug. 18, new juniors and seniors can follow in the footsteps of...

William Woods University prepares for new student orientation

Published Aug. 9 2016

A new activity will be added to traditional events this year during William Woods University's new student orientation. Freshmen and...

Helias delays start date for school

Published Jul. 30 2016

Helias High School announced the first day of school will be delayed this year until Aug. 17 due to construction.

California BOE meets

Published Jul. 26 2016

Meals at the California schools will cost 10 cents more this coming school year.

Back-to-School 'Fairly' eventful

Published Jul. 26 2016

For Moniteau County parents like Jenna and Larry McCumber, getting their children ready to go back to school can be...

Art camp gets kids to think ouside the box

Published Jul. 20 2016

California Parks and Recreations held its third annual art camp this past week at the Proctor Park pavilion.