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‘College 101’ program gives fifth-graders a glimpse at life and academics at Mizzou
More than 170 fifth-graders from three Jefferson City elementary schools signed up for “College 101” on Tuesday and passed the class with flying colors.
Moreau Heights work may not be delayed another year
An alternative plan could allow the Jefferson City Public Schools to move forward with $2 million for improvements for Moreau Heights in a year and still be able to spend $3.1 million on renovations at East Elementary School this summer.
Ruth moves up to president
The Jefferson City Board of Education experienced a changing of the guard Monday.
A former Jefferson City Teacher of the Year has been hired to serve as principal at Moreau Heights Elementary School.
Convention set in Jefferson City
It’s time to swing into spring!
Voters on Tuesday gave their support to the two candidates who made it clear they are interested in pursuing changes within the Jefferson City Public School system.
New Ashland YMCA nearly ready for opening day
Workers spent Monday putting the finishing touches on the Southern Boone YMCA, scheduled to open in a week.
As part of the News Tribune’s election coverage, candidates for the Jefferson City Board of Education were asked for their thoughts on soliciting input from constituents. Specifically, they were asked: “If elected, how would you engage with school district residents and seek their input on school issues?”
Could restorative justice be a solution to Jefferson City’s school discipline issues?
A small fire at Prison Brews Saturday morning likely will mean the restaurant will be out of the wood-fired pizza business for a few days, but it didn’t cause any significant damage to the structure.