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'We need your help,' Fulton superintendent says on school safety

Published Feb. 18 2018

Fulton Public School's superintendent sent out a plea Friday asking parents to help keep students safe.

Linkletter said the darndest things at Westminster

Published Feb. 18 2018

More than 1,000 people gathered in Champ Auditorium on Dec. 5, 1967, to listen to the pioneer of today's reality...

Princess and papa dances coming soon

Published Feb. 18 2018

The Jefferson City Public Schools Foundation will host its eighth annual "Princess and Papa" dances this spring.

New Bloomfield hosts speech tournament

Published Feb. 18 2018

During Friday's speech tournament at New Bloomfield High School, however, intense — and loud — performances were the mark of...

New JCPS high school name announced

Published Feb. 17 2018

At long last, Jefferson City's second public high school got it's name Saturday.

Journey to the Future: 10th annual Moments of Magic coming Friday

Published Feb. 15 2018

The Special Learning Center will host its 10th annual Moments of Magic gala Friday, themed "Journey to the Future.

Students, alumni challenge legacy preference at top colleges

Published Feb. 15 2018

BOSTON (AP) — Students and alumni at some of the nation's top universities are urging their schools to reconsider admissions...

Judge considering request to cancel votes firing Vandeven

Published Feb. 14 2018

Cole County Senior Judge Richard Callahan issued no ruling Tuesday, after spending six hours hearing evidence in a case accusing...

JCPS names second high school's new principal

Published Feb. 13 2018

Ben Meldrum knows he's been granted a massive responsibility as the first principal of Jefferson City Public Schools' second high...

Missouri state school board standoff creates delays

Published Feb. 13 2018

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The Missouri Board of Education has now missed two of 11 meetings scheduled for this year...

JCPS board hears of diversity, second high school updates

Published Feb. 13 2018

The Jefferson City Public Schools Board of Education meeting Monday night was packed with information, and as in recent months,...

Missouri bill to allow university faculty to carry guns

Published Feb. 12 2018

Missouri lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow universities to designate full-time faculty as "campus protection officers" who can...

Construction manager reaches new career summit

Published Feb. 12 2018

Justin Bolten is doing the job he's dreamed of doing for a long time, and it's about much more than...

School administrators concerned about standard test methods

Published Feb. 9 2018

Several school superintendents in Missouri are organizing a push to change standardized testing amid concerns that the current model fails...

Hannibal-LaGrange opens campus in downtown Jefferson City

Published Feb. 8 2018

The recent grand opening of Hannibal-LaGrange University's satellite campus in Jefferson City will allow some adults with unfinished college plans...

Missouri schools get discounted tests after 2017 slip-up

Published Feb. 7 2018

A testing company has agreed to pay for Missouri students to take two tests this year after producing 2017 end-of-year...

Elementary school program puts students in the kitchen

Published Feb. 4 2018

Most students at school cafeterias are usually not on the same side of the counter as cooks, but that's different...