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In its second year at Union R-XI, Catapult Learning’s Summer Journey program saw more students enrolling in and completing the summer school term.

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.

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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.

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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.

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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 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.

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Celebrations over the Higher Learning Commission’s new recommendation for a less harsh ruling on East Central College’s accreditation were cut short Monday night, as the college’s faculty and staff reported a vote of no-confidence for President Dr. Jon Bauer.

Washington High School took the top two spots in a video challenge to educate their peers and community about the importance of always buckling up and never driving distracted or impaired.

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The proposed Union R-XI 2018-19 budget includes raises for teachers and district employees, as well as funds for funds for maintenance throughout the district.

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Safety was on the minds of Union school board members Monday night, April 16, as a budgetary update brought up the possibility of adding a fourth resource officer in the district and the lack of an SRO at Beaufort Elementary.

The Washington School District’s Pathways for Teachers team, consisting of approximately 60 staff members, met for a debriefing and exercises in understanding at the Four Rivers Career Center’s Confluence Room last Tuesday, April 17.

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Last week, educators and caregivers flocked to Union High School Friday, April 6, where guest speaker Heather Forbes was teaching practical methods for dealing with severe behavior.