Eight people have applied to take Rosie Tippin's seat on the Columbia School Board. Applicants will be interviewed by the board on June 11 and the appointee sworn in June 18.
Ten-year-old Nicole Schroeder of Columbia has her packing, laundry, self-defense and swimming skills down as she prepares to travel to Australia as part of the People to People Ambassador Program.
A task force designed to look at adult technical education in Columbia and Boone County is seeking money. A study group will determine the amount of a proposed sales tax, which would need voter approval, to help offset the cost of adult education programs.
The U.S. Marine Corps is leading the trend and is in talks with at least six districts about opening schools in which students would take military classes and wear a uniform.
In the hot hours before rain fell Tuesday, Mill Creek parents threw a surprise block party for their kids to celebrate the last day of school and the beginning of summer vacation.
Enrollment has increased by 1,200 in Columbia public schools apparently because of the economy, new elementary school sites and increased high school credit requirements.
Brryan Jackson has survived his father's attempt on his life to become a spokesman and leader for young people with AIDS. "It took a lot of hope and faith in God to get this far," the St. Charles County teen says. "But I feel my life is blessed."
All-Night Senior Party brings together graduates from each of the Columbia high schools for a safe way to celebrate after Graduation Day.
Mizzou Arena was booked on Saturday. And the dress of the day was cap and gown.
Five hundred twenty-eight students graduated from Rock Bridge High School on Saturday night, including a student who spent her last year taking online classes and a refugee from Liberia.
More than 600 students graduated from Hickman High School on Saturday at Mizzou Arena.
One of the highest-achieving classes ever to graduate from Hickman High School received diplomas Saturday at Mizzou Arena. A record number of seven valedictorians graduated with more than 600 other classmates.
Less than a year after she left Columbia Public Schools, former superintendent Phyllis Chase has come out of retirement to help lead a district in the Kansas City area.
Sen. Kit Bond was one of many voices emphasizing the importance of early childhood education Wednesday at the second Early Childhood Summit at MU. The speakers encouraged business leaders take an active role in early childhood education.
Candidates for student body president at Hickman and Rock Bridge high schools offered campaign speeches while teachers noted the responsibilities of the position.
Although a few participants at the 2009 Scripps National Spelling Bee chose to study at the hotel, the rest were in their element at the spelling bee's annual barbecue and picnic in McLean, Va.
Thirty-nine graduates from Douglass High School attended commencement at Launer Auditorium on the Columbia College campus Friday night.
Commencement speaker and graduating senior Haley Williams’ message to her 38 fellow graduates was that the school had brought together a group of students with various backgrounds and life challenges.
The deadline for School Board application submissions is 4:30 p.m. June 5, and the School Board hopes to have its new member by June 18.
Senior Haley Williams will be the featured speaker at the ceremony, held at Columbia College.