Performers are creating traditions that will extend beyond the life of the show.
Sure, you can take a picture using Google Glass. But only GlaDOS from Aldebaran Robotics can bust a move.
After school administrators were tipped off that there had been drugs at the school in the past, Tuesday's lockdown and drug sweep were intended to confirm no drugs were in the school.
An event marking Children's Grief Awareness Day will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Lee Elementary. Although the event is meant for parents and teachers to help children through grief and loss, the public may attend.
Students at Rock Bridge Elementary School discuss books they enjoy, dislike and wish had a sequel during Hot Chocolate Cafe. The club was started this year by library media specialist Amy McKinzie.
For the class, students check out fitness kits and film themselves doing exercises for teachers to grade.
The musical was based on the traditional plot of a Cinderella story but used musical numbers different from the Disney rendition.
Battle High School's football team prepares to host Fort Zumwalt North on Friday. They won the Class 5, District 4 title when they defeated Camdenton last week.
Champa Lhunpo, a Tibetan monk who was in the Dalai Lama's personal monastery, returned to Hickman High School for a presentation on Buddhism.
If officially approved in December, a policy would allow two Columbia Public Schools security personnel to carry firearms in schools pending the superintendent's approval.
Battle High School students work behind the scenes to create the stage for their upcoming musical production, "Cinderella," which opens Friday.
New Haven Elementary School continues its annual Veterans Day tradition by honoring veterans from Lenoir Woods Senior Living.
About 400 pairs of shoes have been collected so far for Shoeman Water Projects.
The Columbia School Board also discussed late start days during winter weather at the Monday meeting. Student Transportation of America's bid was approved to become the new transportation provider for the district.
Columbia School Board members, administrators, Columbia Chamber of Commerce ambassadors and others attended the groundbreaking ceremony Monday at the site of Columbia's 21st public elementary school.
At its Monday meeting, the Columbia School Board will discuss delaying start times in bad weather, and bids from bus vendors.
Saturday's expo, organized by Columbia Public Schools, showcased robots and 3-D printers along with more explosive projects, such as volcanoes and rockets.
Local bands performed Wednesday evening at an Academy of Rock fundraiser for the Amnesty International club at Hickman High School. One student band, Well Trained Men, is influenced by The Rolling Stones, Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin.
Board games, puzzles and music helped teach Eugene Field School students healthy hand-washing and hygiene habits. This was the first of eight sessions led by MU nursing students.
The Columbia Public School District continues to grow as a groundbreaking ceremony Monday will signal the start of construction of an elementary school in southwest Columbia.