In a perfect world, period products would be equivalent to toilet paper, said the student who's helping make that possible.
The Voluntary Action Center is holding their 14th annual Back-to-School Health Fair.
Anthony Wu was named one of five young musician winners at the Eastern Music Festival this week in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Kathryn McLeod was a physical education teacher for 24 years in Columbia's middle schools.
The Ants earned the Design Award for SPOCKS, a device to help patients recovering from knee replacement surgery.
Of the almost 9,000 students enrolled in summer school in Columbia, 21 have COVID-19 and 231 are in quarantine.
The Boone County Community Services Department has released its 2020 annual report.
Transfers are not guaranteed and depend largely on each school's circumstances, such as whether space is available.
Jiya Shetty competed in five rounds of the spelling bee before losing on the sixth round when she misspelled anticaries.
The redrawing of attendance areas will be implemented in three phases over the next three school years.
Enrollment is almost 100% what it was two summers ago, the last time in-person public summer school was held in Columbia.
Anergia, a psychological term meaning a lack of energy, was the word solidified Jiya Shetty's place in the quarterfinal round.
The attendance area change would start in 2022. About 900 kindergarten through fifth graders will be affected.
Children will be able to go to Douglass Park to get a meal through the Lunch in the Park.
Seven students from MU's online high school traveled to Columbia to receive their diplomas.
Brittany Fatoma came to Columbia to make a difference and improve the community.
Battle's Mechelle Neuerburg and eight others received the Teachers of Hope and Promise award from Worley Street Roundtable.
In the coming school year, students and parents can expect a number of changes in the district’s top leadership positions.
The festivities at Tolton High School began with a Mass celebration at 6 p.m. followed by the graduation.
The big-picture goal is to connect student learning to the farms and fields around the school northeast of Columbia.