East Central College President Dr. Jon Bauer said this week that changes to a neighboring college’s service area shouldn’t have a big effect on ECC’s enrollment.
Union R-XI officials, in an effort to keep to keep new projects and renovations throughout the school district local, will host a meet and greet between local contractors and the district’s architect and owner’s representatives.
A steering committee discussing the future path of Catholic elementary schools in the area is recommending development of a regional school system.
The Washington High School marching band will have a new look next fall after the school board approved the purchase of uniforms.
With enrollment numbers dropping once again, East Central College officials are growing more and more concerned about the college’s financial situation.
Our Lady of Lourdes has the largest enrollment of area Catholic and private schools with a total of 391 students in preschool through eighth grade.
The goal for the Union School Board at the beginning of the month was to add one school resource officer (SRO) — it’s the end of the month and two have been added.
After a public hearing last Wednesday, the Union R-XI School Board voted to lower its property tax levy for 2018-19, but will retain the same amount of revenue.
East Central College’s Board of Trustees Monday night voted to maintain its tax levy at the same rate for the second year in a row.
Washington School District principals will attend school board meetings on a rotating schedule this year followed a few days later by a walk-through of their buildings by board members.
East Central College’s Center for Workforce Development will host a lunch and workshop focusing on fundamentals of human resources management Tuesday, Aug. 21, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Music, dance and games were all part of the Washington School District’s annual opening ceremony for teachers and staff Monday morning at the C.J. Burger Fine Arts Center at Washington High School.
Washington School District officials will welcome back all teachers and staff during opening ceremonies Monday morning in the high school theater.
Students in the East Central College Culinary Arts Program won’t just learn how to prepare and cook food, but they will soon learn how to grow it as well.
East Central College recently announced the college has been awarded an Arts Engagement in American Communities (AEAC) grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Final word came down from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) this week, officially putting East Central College’s accreditation “on notice.”
Projections of flat revenue and declining enrollment has East Central College officials preparing for yet another year of budgetary challenges.
A local Boy Scout wants to build a shelter where students at Marthasville Elementary can be protected from the weather while waiting for the school bus.
The Washington School District will switch over to a new vendor to provide electronic employee records, paperless hiring, and customized options to market its Blue Jay brand.
A massive lighting overhaul throughout Union R-XI is nearly complete, Assistant Superintendent Mike Mabe said Monday at a monthly meeting of the school board.
An omnibus education bill currently on the governor’s desk would allow residents in St. Albans to send their kids to schools in the Rockwood School District and Washington taxpayers get to foot the bill by paying their tuition.
The Washington School District recently received good news in the form of a bus inspection executed by the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
There are still months left before the final enrollment numbers for East Central College’s fall semester are finalized, but early numbers show a slow start to summer enrollment.
Freshman Sophia Helm (Our Lady of Lourdes), center, was awarded the Legacy Embroidery scholarship at St. Francis Borgia Regional High School. To be eligible, the student must apply and be in good academic standing. The recipient must also exhibit strong school citizenship. Also shown are Leg…
Washington School District Superintendent Dr. Lori VanLeer has some concerns about legislation passed by the House and Senate that would allow students in kindergarten through high school to take online courses for free.
Washington High School joined 350 of the top high school quiz bowl teams this past weekend at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis for the 2018 High School National Championship Tournament to determine who was the best.