Mike Szydlowski is saving the data he's produced since March 12 and plans to make a digital book for students and the public.
In lieu of a campus gathering of young scholars, the academy has created Discord communities and posted free lectures and discussions online.
Renovations on the elementary school began in 2019 and were expected to be ready for classes by the start of the coming year.
Students who attend Columbia Public Schools in person this fall are expected to wear masks, the district told families Monday.
The webinar was held in advance of a deadline Tuesday for students to decide if they will take in-person classes this fall.
Allison Collier participated in a scenario writing contest, which blends creative problem-solving and futuristic thinking.
The in-person option pleases some, though concerns remain about busing and masks.
CPS parents were asked to let the district know by June 30 whether their children plan to attend online or in-person classes.
Some children try virtual camp as their parents navigate COVID-19 concerns, cancellations and their own fatigue.
COVID-related limitations on Columbia high school graduations has some seniors and families upset, others resigned.
Columbia students will choose either in-person or online learning for the fall, but the plan's parts are still moving.
Speakers urged creating parent councils to address inequity issues students of color and students with disabilities may face.
An online survey was launched to collect thoughts and priorities from Columbia families about schools this fall.
Rock Bridge High students told the school's principal about insensitive spirit week themes and other ways they felt demeaned.
Rock Bridge High School principal Jacob Sirna will host a Zoom meeting Sunday to hear from students about racism.
This week saw the renewal of offseason training for local high school sports teams and athletes.
Although Columbia Public Schools plans to make several improvements, COVID-19 has greatly impacted how it will pay for them.
Chris Horn, David Seamon and Helen Wade won School Board seats. Voters overwhelmingly approved a $20 million bond issue.
Six Columbia students won the national scholarship.
Of the budget withholds, over $172 million will be cut from education funding.
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Also, all four candidates said safety is paramount in determining what public schools will look like this fall.