The Columbia School Board will hold two open sessions at 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. today to discuss the proposed 2007-08 school budget.
The Columbia Public School District has reason to celebrate.
The class of 2007 boasted record numbers graduating from both Douglass and Rock Bridge high schools.
Caisha Gayles was one of five students denied diplomas from the lone public high school in Galesburg, Ill., after enthusiastic friends or family members cheered for them during commencement.
Clay Minchew plans to read two poems as part of the Rock Bridge High School's graduation ceremony on Saturday. Minchew will read his poem “Life is short, life is sweet,” written after attending the funeral of classmate Paige Siddall, and a poem his grandmother wrote to help the family cope with her death.
On Thursday, students entered the gymnasium at Hickman High School for the Class of 2007’s last student assembly. Juniors and seniors filled the bleachers and basketball court for their annual “Memories” assembly, an event highly anticipated by Hickman students and faculty.
Eman Abdelhadi, Clay Minchew and Chowdhury were chosen by a student committee several weeks ago to speak at the graduation. The committee heard interested students read their speeches before making the final selection.
Juniors at Hickman High School will have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement courses in language arts starting this fall.
Beginning in the 2007-08 school year, all fourth- and fifth-grade classrooms at Field Elementary School will be separated by gender.
Those involved in the Columbia public school rezoning efforts of the late 1990s still remember the obstacles they encountered.
Doug Daniels has been a social studies teacher at Douglass High School for more than 20 years, but he’s still taken aback by the sense of accomplishment he sees in some of his graduating students.
Creation of a K-12 math advisory board, which would include parents, business leaders and MU faculty, is among the recommendations of Columbia Public Schools’ Secondary Mathematics Task Force.
Upon entering Kimberly Euliss’ fifth-grade classroom at Russell Boulevard Elementary School, volunteer tutor Meg Morrissey waved to students as they squirmed in their chairs with excitement.
JEFFERSON CITY — Students in struggling districts would have the chance to join the new statewide virtual school under legislation sent to Gov. Matt Blunt on Thursday.
A replacement for the Columbia Public School District board will be elected at a school board meeting 7:30 a.m. Thursday at the Administration Building. The board will interview and then elect a replacement from a pool of nine candidates.
A 5 percent increase in Columbia Public Schools Superintendent Phyllis Chase’s salary won the approval of the Columbia Board of Education on Monday after the board discussed the superintendent’s pay in a public meeting for the first time.
Columbia Public Schools Superintendent Phyllis Chase is set to receive a raise and a contract extension when the school board meets tonight and for the first time, part of Chase’s salary review will take place in public.
No one can say for sure how many felons drive school buses for Columbia Public School District, but as of last week, the number dropped by one.
Students can register today for a state-funded seat in Missouri’s new virtual school, which opens in August.
Kristina Whitmarsh, left, and Tyrel Lemley pose for a portrait at the beginning of the Hickman High School senior prom. Hickman’s seniors celebrated their prom Saturday night at the Holiday Inn Select Expo Center, while Rock Bridge High School simultaneously held its prom at Stony Creek Inn.
A chaos of sound and music dominated MU’s Lowry Mall on Thursday, Friday and Saturday as high school musicians from all over the state flooded the campus.