East Central College will receive a financial boost from its 2017 assessed valuation.
Students in the Washington School District will be back in the classroom Tuesday, Aug. 15, and school officials said they will be ready for them.
As the total solar eclipse nears, many school districts in Franklin County have reversed course and are now closing for the day while others are staying open and planning special activities.
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.
Resident in the Union R-XI School District will have a chance to discuss possible expansions to the district’s facilities with administrators and board members at a public forum.
In preparation for the 2017-18 school year, open houses and the deployment of electronic devices have been scheduled throughout buildings in the Washington School District.
The Union R-XI School District is moving forward with a new electronic sign in program designed to further protect students and staff from unwelcome visitors.
Abbi Eckstein, Beaufort, was among the 109 high school students from across Missouri who participated in the Missouri Electric Cooperative CYCLE (Cooperative Youth Conference and Leadership Experience) program.
Meramec Valley School District officials found themselves in a last-minute hiring of one teacher for the upcoming school year in the face of fluctuating enrollment.
Beginning this year, Pacific High School juniors will be offered the opportunity to earn a two-year tuition-free college degree to coincide with their high school diploma.
Parents and students can expect cash cards from Union R-XI’s Summer Journey session sometime early next week, Assistant Superintendent Dr. Scott Hayes said Thursday, July 20.
Roughly 35 percent of Union students spent the summer trying out the Union R-XI School District’s new Summer Journey program.
The Union R-XI School District saw a slight dip in enrollment during the 2016-17 school year, according to a report on teacher salaries and other district facts.
The Washington School District will not only be in session Monday, Aug. 21, the day of the Total Solar Eclipse, but learning activities that center around the event are being developed at each building.
The highest paid superintendent in Franklin County this past school year was Meramec Valley R-III School District Interim Superintendent Dr. Ed Hillhouse, according to a report on salaries in school districts throughout the state of Missouri.
A new electronic sign in program hoped to further protect Union R-XI students from unwelcome visitors could be coming to district schools, Assistant Superintendent Mike Mabe revealed at Monday night’s school board meeting.
Gov. Eric Greitens followed through on roughly $251 million of cuts to the state’s budget Friday, June 30. Caught in the cuts was East Central College, which will see a 9 percent decrease to its state aid for the 2017-2018 fiscal year.
Former Gasconade R-II teacher DeeDee Wills had her own homecoming at Gerald Elementary Thursday, June 22, during the Making Tracks kindergarten through first grade instruction conference hosted by the Gasconade R-II School District.
The Union R-XI School Board is looking at its first potential project aimed at cutting the district’s energy costs.
While the options may be narrowing down, Union R-XI’s School Board is still wrestling with which path might best alleviate overcrowding at some buildings.
A new emphasis on online education, instruction and dual enrollment options are part of East Central College’s newly adopted budget and staffing plan.
The Summer Journey summer school program is in full swing at the Union school district and children are striving to earn cash through perfect attendance.
East Central College faculty and staff will play the waiting game for a decision from the college’s board of trustees on pay raises.
The Washington High School quiz bowl season is coming to a close and the students have seen great success throughout the year.
While there are still months remaining before East Central College’s fall semester begins, early projections show enrollment may be down when the dust settles.
Instructional coaching and professional development all help to bring the best teaching strategies to teachers and impact student learning, says Washington School District Assistant Superintendent Dr. Judy Straatmann.
Two of the three bills East Central College’s administration hoped would make it to Gov. Eric Greitens’ desk failed to do so as Missouri’s legislative session came to a close Friday, May 12.
East Central College President Dr. Jon Bauer believes time may be running out on several bills the college hopes will make it to Gov. Eric Greitens’ desk before Missouri’s legislative session ends Friday, May 12.
East Central College President Dr. Jon Bauer met with Franklin County Commissioners Dave Hinson, John Griesheimer and Tim Brinker Thursday, May 4, to discuss workforce development.