The decision process for which Missouri school system employees will be exempt from paying additional Social Security continues in Washington, D.C.
Anna Osborn, a reading teacher, is among only 29 National Board Certified teachers in the Columbia Public School District.
As cell phone policies have become more lenient in some some Columbia high schools, other gadgets are also becoming more common in schools. Bridges, an alcohol and drug prevention organization at all three Columbia high schools, will hold an event Dec. 10 to inform parents about Internet safety and their children.
The seats were filled at the Columbia Public School Board meeting Monday night where district finances took center stage. The district is facing a projected $3.2 million deficit.
Ashok Cutkosky thought he had failed when he didn't prove the initial task he had set out to accomplish, but his adviser showed him otherwise.
The Columbia School Board will meet at 7 p.m. Monday to discuss financial matters, including budget guidelines that could eliminate teaching positions.
Rock Bridge's senior class organized the annual event to raise money for its end-of-the-year activities, such as the senior picnic and banquet.
Columbia parents should watch their children for signs of whooping cough as three cases of pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough, have been confirmed at Ridgeway Elementary School, and there is a fourth probable case at another Columbia school.
When Columbia Public Schools transitions from middle and junior high schools to intermediate shools, the district will rework the curriculum, too.
Elementary schools expect to benefit from a new grant-funded program headed by PedNet, the city and MU.
A $400,000 grant will finance efforts to keep Columbia children active and make healthful food accessible to them.
The $5,000 grant from State Farm Insurance will go toward the SMART Driver program, which will teach teens about the risks of distracted driving.
Jan Kauffman, a former Teacher of the Year award recipient, admitted to contacting former student Tyson Wilson.
The number of students enrolled in English Language Learner programs in the Columbia Public School District has increased by 138 students so far this year.
Amanda Wright has been teaching in Missouri for five years and is one of more than 11,000 teachers across the country to win the award.
Administrators outlined the district's legislative priorities at a Thursday morning meeting.
The new trays look very similar to Styrofoam, but break down in 9 months to a year. Styrofoam can stay in a landfill for 400 to 1,000 years.
In 2010, Columbia will welcome a new high school that will provide families with another option rather than public schooling. Columbia’s first Catholic high school, dubbed Regional Catholic High school for now, will give families of faith a secondary schooling option for their children after elementary school.
The Social Security Administration announced Tuesday that counselors will continue to pay their retirement into Public School Retirement Security. Meanwhile, Missouri educators met Tuesday with the state Office of Administration.
The $16 million school, which will eventually house 400 students, is scheduled to open in 2010.