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Tuesday 10/14/2014
Record crowd for annual Run to Read

The rain stopped long enough on Saturday, Oct. 11, for the 9th annual Run to Read to fulfill its promise to be a beautiful fall event. More than 260 people of all ages participated, gathering at the Washington Public Library for the third year.

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Saturday 10/04/2014
Exercise for the Body and Brain

Watching a close friend who is an experienced marathon and Ironman race competitor struggle through completing his second Ironman, almost giving up a couple of times due to factors beyond his control, left an impression on Mason Duchatschek, a Washington businessman and author of three books on sales and marketing.

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Tuesday 09/16/2014
News Quiz now online

The Missourian In Education News Quiz, a new feature to challenge students' comprehension of news in The Missourian, is now online.

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Friday 09/12/2014
Register Now for 2014 Run to Read

Teachers and librarians, lace up your sneakers and prepare to join Newsbee and other area runners and reading enthusiasts on Saturday, Oct. 11 for the Run to Read. This year Newsbee’s got an offer you can’t turn down: free registration.

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Thursday 09/04/2014
Win Your School an Author/Illustrator visit on Sept. 29

TEACHERS, want to WIN your school a visit from author/illustrator Mike Curato on Sept. 29? His book, "Little Elliot, Big City," is a September Book Buzz Pick!

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Visit to Grandma’s House Is Focus of October Baby Buzz Pick

A visit to Grandma’s house provides an important lesson for a little boy in “Nana in the City,” by Lauren Castillo. The book has been named the October Baby Buzz Pick by parent educators with the Washington School District.

  • icon Posted: October 11

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Curriculum Resources

Check out what's ahead for Missourian In Education this fall

Click on the PDF to see a week-by-week schedule of youth features and events planned for the Missourian In Education program this fall!

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NIE Week Curriculum Available

This year, the American Press Institute (formerly the Newspaper Association of America Foundation) has partnered with the Newseum on  the annual curriculum. API has been creating Newspaper In Education Week curriculum for more than 25 years.

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Newspaper In Education Institute

Our membership to the Newspaper In Education Institute provides local educators access to more than 300 instructional resources, including teacher guides, student supplements, character education materials, numerous subject-specific resources, video & audio teacher training modules, and the popular NIE Instructional Calendar.

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Space Place

Clear Skies in Cygnus

Why would a group of astronomers using three orbiting space telescopes—far, far above the clouds—worry about cloud cover? Simple: It’s not Earth’s clouds they are concerned with. Instead, it’s the clouds of planets in faraway solar systems. Can scientists really learn anything about weather on distant exoplanets? Find out in this month's column!

  • icon Posted: October 28

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Monday 10/27/2014
News Quiz

Click here to take this week's Missourian In Education News Quiz!

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Sunday 10/26/2014
Congratulations to our Week #6 News Quiz Winner!

Congratulations to Sadie Carr, an 8th-grade student at Washington Middle School. Sadie was randomly selected from 195 students who took the Week 6 Missourian In Education News Quiz! Sadie won a $10 gift card to Orange Leaf in Washington, our sponsor for this week’s Missourian In Education News Quiz. 

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Thank You

Friday 07/11/2014
Thank You & Testimonials

View Thank You letters from students and Teacher Testimonials from educators who participate in the Missourian In Education program.

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Contact Us

Writing Guide Helps Students Write Book Buzz Reviews

Students submitting Book Reviews on the monthly Book Buzz Picks have a great resource in the Book Buzz Review Writing Guide. The guide provides tips and suggestions for writing reviews and a page for students to organize their thoughts.

  • icon Updated: October 28

October Book Buzz Picks--"Never Say Never"

What the dickens? It was Charles Dickens who first coined the expression “Never Say Never” in a book he wrote in 1837. It’s a fitting theme for October as Newsbee suggests three books featuring characters who don’t give up the ghost, no matter how hard their row is to hoe.

  • icon Updated: October 06

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Thursday 10/30/2014
Perfect Halloween Read: "Princess in Disguise"
Updated: October 30, 2014 - 9:08 am

This story is about a princess. Nothing is wrong with her; she is just perfect! She becomes the princess in black, who is not just a princess, but also a hero! She defeats monsters. The monsters live right under the goat field and they LOVE goats to eat.

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