Washington School District officials will offer guided tours of South Point Elementary later this month and answer questions about Prop S, the $26 million zero tax-rate increase bond issue that will be on the April 2 ballot.
Findings of the latest performance funding measures released by the Missouri Department of Higher Education (MDHE) shows East Central College has a strong commitment to student success, affordability and graduate outcomes.
The East Central Board of Trustees tabled discussions regarding a 10 percent tuition and fees hike during its meeting Monday, Feb. 4.
Beginning this month, groups can reserve a meeting room at any Scenic Regional Library branch using a new online system called Evanced.
The Washington School District scored 98.1 percent of the points possible on its 2018 Annual Performance Report (APR) released Friday by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE).
A new bill introduced in the state Senate would allow home-schooled students to participate on public school athletic teams governed by the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA).
East Central College is focused on its future as it develops a new strategic plan and works to address issues cited in its accreditation.
The new HVAC equipment approved by the East Central Board of Trustees earlier in the month isn’t expected to be installed until late August.
The Washington High School Student Council will host its 14th annual Jordan Scheer Memorial Children’s Relay For Life event Friday, April 26, on the high school campus.
The pastors of the six parish schools in discussions to develop a regional Catholic school system in the Washington area announced Friday afternoon that no changes will be made for the 2019-20 school year.
A new strategic plan to guide the Washington School District for the next five years was approved Wednesday night by the school board.
Six town hall meetings to discuss three options to develop a regional Catholic school system in the Washington area wrapped up last week.
As work gets underway in the gym at South Point Elementary to repair cracks in the walls, school officials had another issue to deal with Monday.
The Washington School District is wasting no time in educating parents and patrons of its $26 million zero tax-rate increase bond issue that will be on the April 2 ballot.
Due to the poor conditions of several outer roads, pickup and bus turnaround locations, along with some parking lots, the Washington School District was closed Monday, Jan. 14.
The Washington School Board got its first look at the new strategic plan document, still in draft form, which will guide the district through 2024.
Student safety and quality learning environments are the driving force behind the Washington School District’s desire to seek a $26 million non-tax rate increase bond issue to build a new school to replace South Point Elementary and create new entry vestibules at all schools districtwide.
Due to difficulty filling temporary staffing needs, the Washington School Board voted last Wednesday to increase the pay rate for short-term substitutes to $95 per day, which would make it the highest in Franklin County.
Work to repair cracks in the gym walls at South Point Elementary will begin next month after the Washington School Board Wednesday night approved a bid of $130,700 from Lawlor Corporation, St. Louis.
After weeks of discussion, the Washington School Board Wednesday night formally approved a resolution to seek a $26 million no-tax increase bond issue on the April 2, 2019, ballot.
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.