The Washington School Board will formally vote Wednesday night on seeking a $26 million no-tax rate increase bond issue on the April 2, 2019, ballot.
East Central College is inviting the community to participate in its Future Summit event Friday, Jan. 18, from 12:30-4 p.m. in the John Edson Anglin Performing Arts Center, Union.
The Washington School District will not seek a demographic study and instead may hire a consultant to assist with boundary line analysis and bus routing efficiency.
In another step toward seeking a bond issue for construction of a new elementary school, the Washington School Board Wednesday night authorized the superintendent to negotiate terms with Bond Architects Inc., St. Louis, to design a new building, as well as make safety improvements districtwide.
The East Central College English Department, in conjunction with the Division of Humanities and Fine Arts, hosted the inaugural Humanities Festival on campus in November as a celebration of language and literature.
The Washington School District, along with almost all other schools in the county, was closed Thursday due to a winter storm that dropped upward of 5 inches Wednesday night and early Thursday.
Due to a weather advisory indicating falling temperatures and precipitation causing potential travel concerns on the roads, the Washington School District dismissed classes early Monday.
The East Central College Board of Trustees did not approve a policy change to provide benefits for domestic partners during its meeting Monday night.
The East Central College Board of Trustees approved a bid from Rixan Automation, Dayton, Ohio, for the purchase of two robot trainer bases during its meeting Monday, Nov. 5.
Washington School District officials met with South Point Elementary parents this week to discuss building repairs and the need for a new school facility.
East Central College will host an International Day Festival Saturday, Nov. 10, in the Donald Shook Student Center Cafe from 10 a.m. to noon to celebrate cultures from around the globe.
The Washington School Board held a special four-hour workshop Tuesday night to discuss ballot initiatives, financial data and enrollment as it works to address building issues, including cracks, at South Point Elementary.
There was a lot of discussion, but no decisions at last week’s Washington School Board meeting on how to address the building cracks at South Point Elementary.
The Washington School District will show the movie, “Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety,” to all students at the high school, middle school and sixth-graders Oct. 23-24.
The East Central College Board of Trustees voted Monday, Oct. 1, to adopt a suicide awareness and prevention policy that will go into effect immediately.
A former student and now instructor in the automotive technology program at Four Rivers Career Center was honored this weekend as the 2018 Outstanding Teacher of the Year in the Washington School District.
Assessment data for the Washington School District and other public schools across the state will be delayed due to new tests, according to Assistant Superintendent Dr. Judy Straatmann.
East Central College’s health science department has earned full accreditation for its occupational therapy assistant program.
The majority of the Washington School Board does not support Proposition D, a proposed statewide fuel tax increase that will be on the November ballot.
East Central College trustees held a workshop last Thursday for faculty and staff regarding the structure of this year’s budget.