Only the two incumbents for the East Central College Board of Trustees have filed for the April 7 election.
All public and parochial schools in Franklin County, along with hundreds of others across the state, were closed Friday due to the weather forecast of incoming ice and sleet.
East Central College begins the new year focused on developing the initiatives in its new strategic plan that will enhance the college and surrounding communities.
The annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration, hosted by Neighbors United-Undoing Racism along with the Civic and Community Engagement Committee at East Central College, will be held this Sunday, Jan. 19, at 3 p.m. at East Central College in Union.
Tim Branson, the No Excuses director at Washington High School, received the 2019 Emerson Electric Excellence in Teaching Award.
The annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, hosted by Neighbors United — Undoing Racism along with the Civic and Community Engagement Committee at East Central College, will be held Sunday, Jan. 19, at 3 p.m. at East Central College in Union.
Eighty-eight percent of the Class of 2019 said they had a positive learning experience at Washington High School, according to results of an exit survey presented to the school board Wednesday night, Dec. 18.
The three incumbents whose terms will expire in April were the first to file Tuesday morning, Dec. 17, for the Washington School Board election.
Due to inclement weather and hazardous road conditions, the Washington School District, St. Francis Borgia Regional High School and most parochial/private elementary schools in the area were closed Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 16-17.
East Central College received an Outstanding Community Partnership award from the Interdependence Hexagon Project for hosting the Midwest regional event titled Transforming Conflict “River to Ocean Project.”
Members of the Franklin County Public School Retirees held their meeting Nov. 26 at Zion United Church of Christ in Union. President Susan Wilson called the meeting to order and led the group in the Pledge of Allegiance.
During a time when the costs of higher education make it difficult for some students to attend college, thousands of scholarship dollars are still available at East Central College.
The Washington School District’s newly hired project management firm to assist with upcoming construction work will provide an update to school board members Wednesday night, Nov. 20.
New members of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) were inducted into the Chi Delta chapter during its annual fall induction ceremony at East Central College. PTK is the international honor society for two-year colleges.
Watch these outstanding PSAs created by Franklin County Youth! The videos in this collection are the winners in their categories. Congratulations to everyone who entered!
The Washington School District has a lot to celebrate and some areas on which to improve based on the results of its annual performance report (APR).
Union R-XI School District officials are pleased with the latest release of data from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE).
As part of the Title I, Title II, Title III and Title IV program federal mandates, the Washington School District is required to have a Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) to assist in the development and evaluation of the Title programs.
On the heels of significant growth in the University of Missouri’s transfer student population, MU leaders and the state’s community colleges recently signed an articulation agreement highlighting their shared commitment to increase opportunities for student access and success.
East Central College had significantly more students enrolled in the summer semester this year compared to last year.