Union students could have another summer of cash incentives ahead as the district prepares to vote on bringing the Summer Journey back for a second summer.
The Union School Board spent the majority of its Wednesday evening workshop making final decisions on the basic layout of its proposed elementary school.
East Central College Education Instructor Greg Stotler recently was awarded the Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award in 2017 – an annual recognition of educators in the St. Louis area who are examples of excellence in their field.
Brett Hoch, who recently completed his term as MSTA (Missouri State Teachers Association) state president, was recognized by the Washington School Board at its December meeting.
Attendees at Union R-XI’s School Board meeting Monday evening got a first glimpse of what a new district elementary school might look like in a 3D virtual tour of the building.
While Clark-Vitt Elementary may not be used for students in the future, it will still be adapted to fit district needs, according to school board officials.
Earlier this year Beaufort Elementary filled its last open classroom after an unexpected influx of kindergarten students were registered a day before school began.
Nearly a year after launching a new testing program at Union R-XI, Superintendent Dr. Scott Hayes said teachers better understand how to help students’ academic progression.
Roughly a year into the implementation of a new reporting tool providing students a way to discreetly report bullying online, Union R-XI’s Director of HR and Learning Dr. Justin Tarte said there have been only a handful of reports.
Michelle Bobo and Jana Monzyk, the Challenge facilitators in the Washington School District, spoke at the Missouri Project Lead the Way State Conference Nov. 6 at Blue Springs South High School.
After nine years as East Central College Foundation’s executive director, Shannon Grus will depart over the winter break to join State Technical College as its new vice president of advancement.
Assistant Superintendent Mike Mabe said the research phase of Union R-XI’s transportation audit has come to a close and the auditing firm has began analyzing its findings.
A Union family is working to raise awareness and show support for their son, Carter Kopf, 8, a student at Central Elementary, and others suffering from Type 1 Diabetes (T1D).
The Washington School District is checking off the list of improvements promised when voters approved a $15 million zero tax rate bond issue back in August 2016.
East Central College President Dr. Jon Bauer came to Warrenton last week to address questions about the desire for a community college in the area.
The Washington School District scored 97.5 points out of a possible 100 on its Annual Performance Report (APR) released by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE).
With Clark-Vitt Elementary on the chopping block, and the construction of another in the first draft of Union School District’s facility plan, administrators are beginning to envision what the district may look like in the not too distant future.
The architectural firm slated with designing the Union School District’s facility improvements will present its findings following an evaluation of district buildings at this month’s meeting of the school board.
Faculty members broke into applause as Superintendent Dr. Steve Weinhold finished his presentation on the future of Union R-XI School District’s facilities situation.
While most Union students enjoyed a day off Monday, Union High School’s Student Council members were hard at work hosting more than 650 visiting students from around the state.
East Central College administration and staff are hoping for good news in the coming weeks, as the Higher Learning Commission’s (HLC) evaluates the college based on its comprehensive onsite evaluation visit last week.
It was unanimous at the Union R-XI school board meeting Wednesday night, that Topeka firm HTK Architects was a match for the district’s facility upgrades.
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.
East Central and St. Charles Community colleges may be vying for the attention of nearby Warren County in the future as local leaders discuss the possibility of bringing more educational opportunities there.
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.
The Washington School District is making some changes to its assessment plan due to the state no longer paying the ACT fee for all juniors as it did the last two years.
A new program inviting students’ fathers to get involved at school is set to launch at Clark-Vitt Elementary in the coming weeks.