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  • By Kavahn Mansouri, Missourian Staff Writer
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East Central College saw an unexpected boost in enrollment this semester in the form of dual enrollment students.

  • By Kavahn Mansouri, Missourian Staff Writer
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The Union R-XI School Board may vote as early as Wednesday on an architectural firm that could design a new school and facility upgrades, according to Superintendent Dr. Steve Weinhold.

  • By Kavahn Mansouri, Missourian Staff Writer
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Union was only slightly off its district wide goal to meet Missouri’s attendance guidelines that recommends school districts strive to see 90 percent of its students in attendance 90 percent of the time.

  • By Karen Butterfield, Union Missourian Editor
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After more than 40 years of operation in the city of Union, the Head Start Program has shuttered its center’s doors for good.

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  • By Susan Miller, Missourian Managing Editor
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The Washington School District plans to send out an electronic survey to all stakeholders — parents, community members, staff and students — as it develops a new five-year strategic plan.

  • By Kavahn Mansouri, Missourian Staff Writer
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Concerns about overcrowding at the Union R-XI School District started several years ago when “bubbles,” or large influxes of students, started coming through the district’s elementary schools.

  • By Kavahn Mansouri, Missourian Staff Writer
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In the second and final year of state paid American College Testing (ACT) for the Class of 2017 resulted in a slightly better average at Union R-XI,

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  • By Kavahn Mansouri, Missourian Staff Writer
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The Union R-XI School District kicked off its first week of classes with a Chromebook for each student in grades three to 12, and reached an important milestone in its technology initiative.

  • By Kavahn Mansouri, Missourian Staff Writer
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Clark-Vitt Elementary teacher Linda Schwoeppe didn’t know much about gardening when her students asked her to start a garden club two years ago. She said that in many ways, she’s learned as the students have, day-by-day.