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Fulton students kick off Red Ribbon Week

Published Oct. 23 2016

Fulton Middle School students plan to collect so much canned food in Principal Beth Hoef's office this week she cannot...

Rome explains, defends recent Lincoln University actions

Published Oct. 20 2016

Lincoln University has addressed its Dawson Hall mold situation but still is fighting a bed bug problem in the same...

Polio information brought to students, community

Published Oct. 20 2016

Polio survivor Mary Lou Phillips, of Fulton, spoke twice Wednesday about the virus, along with Dr. Ted Groshong, representing Rotary...

Sisters keep each other up to speed

Published Oct. 20 2016

What some may view as the biggest sports rivalry in Callaway County isn't quite what it seems.

FAFSA Frenzy offers help with applications

Published Oct. 20 2016

This year, for the first time ever, FAFSA applications opened Oct. 1 instead of Jan. 1.

Bush student disciplined for BB gun at school

Published Oct. 20 2016

Missouri law dictates no leniency for those who bring guns to school.

Special Learning Center gets visit from Eldon FFA's petting zoo

Published Oct. 18 2016

More than 100 children at the Special Learning Center (SLC) had a chance to interact with a few farm animal...

Project seeks to increase STEM graduates by 125 percent

Published Oct. 17 2016

Lincoln University is one of eight Missouri schools sharing a $5 million National Science Foundation grant to increase the number...

JCPS works to recruit more male, minority teachers

Published Oct. 16 2016

Across the nation, school districts are searching for diverse staff to better represent the makeup of their student body.

Educator becomes state deputy commissioner

Published Oct. 16 2016

Roger Dorson was the second person in his family to get a college degree — his older brother was the...

Hands-down positive approach

Published Oct. 14 2016

Kindness is simple.

Fulton School Board focuses on transportation

Published Oct. 13 2016

Fulton School District transportation department officials announced achievements and the purchase of new vehicles at Wednesday's school board meeting.

School board tables vote on land deal

Published Oct. 11 2016

Think about this as if it's your own backyard, requested homeowners surrounding the tract of land Jefferson City Public Schools...

Parents get crash course in JCHS academies

Published Oct. 9 2016

On Tuesday, eighth-grade students and parents will get a crash course on the new academy model and a chance to...

JCPS alumni run the show as principals

Published Oct. 7 2016

These days, it seems like there's a day or month dedicated to just about every cause.

TJMS students get a lesson in energy saving

Published Oct. 6 2016

Thomas Jefferson Middle School students got a swift lesson in ways they can save money for their parents on the...

Nixon restores $9M in withheld school funding

Published Oct. 6 2016

Missouri public schools are getting a fraction of funding back after millions in withholdings were announced in the last few...

District MAP scores show mixed results

Published Oct. 5 2016

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education recently released the 2016 district-level Missouri Assessment Program results.

JCHS joins statewide effort to push higher education

Published Oct. 4 2016

Jefferson City High School has college-related workshops every year to help seniors and families dig through the necessary paperwork, but...

FMS Beth Houf named 'oustanding principal'

Published Oct. 4 2016

Beth Houf, principal of Fulton Middle School, is included in a list of 58 outstanding elementary and middle school principals...

Former Jefferson City superintendent a pioneer in education

Published Oct. 2 2016

There's a joke that if you've been around long enough, you eventually become a pioneer and that's the case for...

Unknowns abound for future JCPS bond issue

Published Oct. 2 2016

Since a Jefferson City Public Schools bond issue failed three years ago, the district has been working to piece together...

JCPS begins new districtwide adaptive assessment

Published Oct. 2 2016

Some teachers were a little skeptical when the district announced it would be adding another assessment for elementary and middle...