Nathan Yount graduated from the East Central College culinary program in 2018, and is already making a name for himself.
The Union R-XI School District is in the midst of expanding its current preschool program for the 2020-21 school year, but it will come to fruition a year early at Beaufort Elementary.
An $18,174,084 general operating budget for fiscal year 2020 at East Central College was approved Monday night by the board of trustees. It will take effect July 1.
The East Central College Outstanding Student award recently was presented to Joshua German, Sullivan, who said it was neat to be honored for his hard work.
The East Central College Foundation will host a kickoff for its 2019-20 Patrons of the Art season Thursday, June 13, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the John Edson Anglin Performing Arts Center on the ECC campus in Union.
The Washington School Board this week approved a resolution authorizing Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, St. Louis, to purchase $26 million in general obligation bonds following passage of the district’s April 2 bond issue to build a new school and make safety improvements districtwide.
Washington School District teachers and staff were recognized for their hard work and dedication this past school year at the annual closing ceremony, held Friday afternoon at the high school.
Washington High School Principal Dr. Kelle McCallum has been named the Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals (MoASSP) Exemplary New Principal of the Year for the South Central Region.
The East Central College Board of Trustees voted Monday night to accept a new policy regarding the admission of students with past felony convictions.
Judy Bieker has taught more than 500 students in her 25 years as an East Central College nursing faculty member, and also has mentored numerous master’s students and new faculty members.
After voters overwhelmingly approved a $26 million no-tax increase bond issue in April, Washington School District officials are now focused on the construction of a new school to replace South Point Elementary.
Outstanding team and individual sports achievement at Washington High School will soon be showcased in a new display near the football stadium.
Dr. Jennifer Maune, a teacher in public education for 15 years, has been named the new principal for St. Vincent’s, Dutzow, for the upcoming school year. She will assume her new role this summer.
The leadership at St. Francis Borgia Regional High School will change next school year with a new president stepping in.
A Missouri lawmaker, whose district is near the Lake of the Ozarks, wants to bar public schools from starting classes before late August.
Washington High School counselor Katie Sandoval recently was named the South Central Missouri School Counselor Association High School Counselor of the Year.
Washington School District teachers recently were named the South Central Region Missouri State Teachers Association (MSTA) Educator of the Year on all three levels in which the honor is given — elementary, middle school and high school.
East Central College met with a representative from CampusWorks to further discussions regarding new mission and vision statements Thursday, March 28.
Superintendent Dr. Lori VanLeer said Proposition S is important for the future of the Washington School District.
A longtime teacher at Our Lady of Lourdes Grade School in Washington has been named the new principal for next school year.
The Citizens for Great Schools committee said it’s working on all fronts to promote passage of the Washington School District’s $26 million zero tax-rate increase bond issue that will be on the April 2 ballot.
In addition to higher tuition and general fees, East Central College also will offer a pilot program this summer to help students save money on books.
The Citizens for Great Schools committee made a stop on its question and answer tour at the Washington City Council chambers Monday night, earning an endorsement of the proposed bond issue.
The first in a series of student focus groups provided insight on what works and what doesn’t at East Central College.
Washington School District officials say many factors come into play when deciding whether to cancel school due to inclement weather.