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K-12 Education

UPDATE: Columbia school bus driver accused of striking boy, 7

After reviewing security footage from the bus, Shepard Boulevard Elementary School notified the Columbia Police Department of the incident. The bus driver has been charged with third-degree assault.

SCHOOL BOARD Q&A: Paul Cushing discusses vocational education, alternative schools

School Board candidate Paul Cushing said he supports non-traditional schools and would like to see more vocational training for Columbia students. Cushing is one of four candidates in the April 8 school board election.

Cedar Ridge would get new school if next month's bond issue is approved

The elementary school's multi-age approach to learning would likely make the move with students and faculty.

Treasurer promotes personal finance competition

Four-member teams have until Friday to take an online test dealing with protecting income, using credit, saving and investing.

Columbia children experiment with fun at Science Sleuth

In an event organized by MU and Columbia Public Schools, children had a chance to engage with science in fun ways.

As Columbia schools superintendent, Stiepleman to continue Belcher's goals

Peter Stiepleman, who will become superintendent of Columbia Public Schools in July, said one of his priorities will be focusing on enrichment, opportunity and achievement gaps within the district.

Peter Stiepleman is new Columbia Public Schools superintendent

Stiepleman is a former principal of West Boulevard Elementary School. In 2010, he was hired as assistant superintendent for elementary education for the district.

BATTLE RISING: Battle High School's first fan bus travels to sectionals

Twenty-seven students boarded a bus traveling to Battle girls basketball's sectional game against Festus High School.

Raising a child on the disability spectrum

Here’s one family’s story of navigating the myriad resources available in Columbia, and the limitations that come along with them, for raising a child who rides the borderline on the disability spectrum.

Forum showcases Columbia schools superintendent candidates

Peter Stiepleman and Dred Scott discussed their visions for the district, improving academic standards and other issues at a forum Tuesday evening.

'Repair It Forward' program donates refurbished computers to 25 refugees in mid-Missouri

Columbia Area Career Center donated 25 refurbished computers Tuesday morning to the Refugee and Immigration Services as part of a new "Repair It Forward" program.

School Board discusses details for nature school

The Columbia School Board discussed partnering with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources to build a nature-based school in Rock Bridge Memorial State Park.

 

GRAPHIC: A look at Advanced Placement scores by state

A score of three is seen as “qualified” or capable of college level work. In Missouri, fewer than 10 percent of seniors who took AP Exams earned a three or above.

School Board expected to hear update on nature school, superintendent search

The proposed nature school would allow fifth-grade students to spend a year at a school in Rock Bridge Memorial State Park.

Missouri school transfer law proposals seek options close to home

State lawmakers are looking to control out-of-district transfers by redirecting students at struggling schools to high-performing ones in their home districts, if space is available.

Middle-schoolers put math skills to the test at MU; take our quiz to see how you fare

Hundreds of middle school students from across the state participated in the Missouri State MATHCOUNTS Competition on Saturday. See if you can handle the type of questions they faced.

School Board candidates discuss Common Core, school safety at Muleskinners forum

The candidates answered audience questions at a forum hosted by the Muleskinners. Topics included Common Core State Standards, tax increment financing and preschool education in the district.

Holocaust survivor visits Oakland Middle School

Holocaust survivor and author Ben Fainer spoke to students at Oakland Middle School on Thursday morning. Vera and Sonia Emmons, the descendants of Holocaust survivor Gerda Nothmann Luner, also spoke at the event.


 

School Board candidates find common ground on funding, achievement gap

The four candidates campaigning for the three open seats on the Columbia School Board took questions Thursday during their first public forum.

Hickman assistant principal to be recommended for principal job

The school district announced Thursday that Assistant Principal Eric Johnson will be recommended as Principal Tracey Conrad's successor at Hickman High School.

 

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