Instructional coaches present end of year report to school board
The South Callaway R-II School District recognized long-time employees and retiring personnel at its school board meeting Wednesday night. And, a group of the district’s instructional coaches gave a presentation to the board of education.
If South Callaway Elementary School meets its attendance goal, Principal Corey Pontius has promised to let students give him a blue mohawk on the last day of school, which is Monday.
School board votes 4-3 to deny project bid
The South Callaway R-II Schools Board of Education voted Wednesday night to not accept a bid for the multi-purpose building and, in a separate vote, decided to table discussion of the project until January. The vote on both items was close with four voting against and three voting for in both matters.
Elementary students partake in field day activities as school year’s end nears
South Callaway Elementary School held its field day Tuesday. Click for photos.
Jeremy Divers to host community informational meeting on Summer ‘16 American History Tour of major north-eastern cities
There will be an informational meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 7 at the Auxvasse Elementary School on this trip, and all community members are welcome.
Alpha Delta chapter of Beta Theta Pi at Westminster College celebrates its history
The 147-year-old Alpha Delta chapter of Beta Theta Pi at Westminster College was recently recognized for its history. The chapter was the first fraternity established at Westminster and the oldest of any college fraternity west of the Mississippi River.
Westminster College selected its president, Barney Forsythe, as its commencement speaker. Forsythe is retiring at the end of this school year after spending a decade at the college.
Gina Loudon to give graduates advice, wisdom
Gina Loudon, class of 1990, is an author, anchor, columnist, talk show host and news commentator.
Search committee has applicants narrowed down to 3
Westminster College is hoping to name a new president in the next couple weeks.
Jane Forsythe reflects on her time at Westminster and her community involvement during her decade living in Fulton.
Westminster College President Barney Forsythe and Westminster First Lady Jane Forsythe hosted the Fulton and Callaway County community Tuesday as an opportunity to say farewell to the place they’ve called home for a decade. Click to see photos.
Voters approved $2 million no-tax increase bond issue this month to fund facility repairs
The New Bloomfield R-III School District Board of Education selected the architect who will assist the district with facility repairs, which will be funded by the bond issue voters approved earlier this month. The district decided to use an architect for the project after legal counsel advised the district against using a performance contractor.
More than 500 high students from Missouri will be in Fulton Saturday for the Missouri State Science Olympiad at Westminster College.
South Callaway schools parents packed the Board of Education meeting Wednesday night to see their children present to the board about academic programs in their schools. Read more about their presentations.
The Callaway County Public Library in Fulton hosted bat-themed activities and read a bat-themed story Tuesday night. Click to see photos from the event.