For two hours on Monday night, Columbia School Board members listened to Superintendent Phyllis Chase read through a list — item by item — of 108 cuts the district could possibly make to save money.
The teachers association is not likely to seek more pay this time.
A $1.7 million bond issue on the April ballot would allow for the construction of a fifth grade wing onto the elementary school.
Five of the six Columbia School Board candidates attended the session in Stephens College’s Stamper Commons to discuss school issues.
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Columbia police responded to an incident at the high school Tuesday after a fight had started outside and several students and adults had begun to become increasingly uncooperative inside the school’s main office.
Citing a shortage of teachers, senators passed legislation late Wednesday making it easier for people lacking education degrees to gain approval to teach in Missouri’s public schools.
West Boulevard Elementary School has made gains in student achievement since 2004 by using a variety of new programs and teaching practices.
Columbia Public Schools teachers were asked to respond to a survey about what cuts they think could be made by the district.
At a work session, the city, schools and county discuss infrastructure at the future school sites.
Space is such a problem at two Columbia junior high schools that their administrations made rules about backpacks. This year students are allowed to carry small string “sack packs,” the latest step in a battle to make do with a space that is far too small.
Outgoing students of Rock Bridge’s contemporary issues class spoke with Laura Bush in a video conference Monday morning.
Twins and other multiple-birth siblings would be allowed to be in the same classroom, as long as their parents request it in a timely fashion, under a bill that has been introduced in the state House.
School board candidate Kevin Horner filed a statement of withdrawal this morning to remove his name from the ballot in April, saying did not think he had the right motivation.
The district is looking to eliminate $5 million from its budget.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture calls for individual school districts to dispose of the meat, but Missouri officials say they would prefer to handle it.
The city of Columbia has made an offer to the Columbia Public School District regarding payment for sewer lines that will be built to serve the new public high school.
JEFFERSON CITY — Husbands and wives can divorce in Missouri without needing a reason. But abortion opponents want to make it a crime if a man threatens divorce to pressure his wife into an abortion.
JEFFERSON CITY — The Senate gave first-round approval Tuesday to a bill requiring school districts to adopt policies to handle cyber-bullying.
The online survey given to teachers about what could be cut from the budget is being extended until Wednesday.