The rollout will follow the state’s phased approach, starting with employees 65-plus and those with preexisting conditions.
Blackburn will not seek reelection, citing a want to spend more time with her family.
Columbia Public Schools students started the spring semester Tuesday, moving to in-person and hybrid learning. For John Warner Middle School, Tuesday was the first time students were able to attend classes in person since the school opened last fall. Also Tuesday, principal Tony Gragnani gre…
John Warner Middle School and Locust Street Expressive Arts Elementary welcomed students to new facilities.
The parents of her students are supportive of the videos; one even gifted the teacher a "TikTok Famous" cup for Christmas.
The award seeks to recognize those whose work exemplifies the life and teachings of Martin Luther King Jr.
Two sitting board members and four newcomers have filed for candidacy so far.
Substitute teachers are imperative to remain open, CPS spokesperson Michelle Baumstark said.
Pre-kindergarten through fifth-grade students will attend in-person classes each weekday except Wednesdays.
The eligible employees have been notified, and Boone Hospital Center will be administering the vaccines.
A community survey is available until January to gather feedback on qualities for prospective superintendent candidates
ltogether, the nine Title 1 elementary schools raised $12,000, providing more than 135 families with a hot meal.
The donation will support a new facility benefitting veterans and military students at Columbia College.
Elementary school students enrolled in CPSElementary@Mizzou and secondary students enrolled in CPS Online can remain virtual.
Four public school teachers talk about trying to stay connected to students and maintain some sense of normalcy.
Participants highlighted the importance of adhering to scientific guidelines and data as the best steps for the district.
Area private schools report increases in enrollment from Columbia Public Schools students that put facilities near or at capacity.
The Columbia School Board is hosting the virtual event next Wednesday evening.
Since April, Families for Home Education has noticed a distinct uptick in families interested in home schooling.
"There are numerous facilities in the state that have abused vulnerable children in their care," lawmakers reported.
Teachers are taking learning beyond their classroom walls for better student engagement and pandemic safety.
Board members discussed three learning models they would be voting between in January.