News Tribune reporter
The Jefferson City Board of Education on Monday launched its search for a new superintendent to lead the district.
To make school bus transportation available to more students without raising costs, a new bell schedule has been proposed for the Jefferson City Public Schools.
When it comes to designing engineering projects for Jefferson City, Tia Griffin is the last woman standing. It makes for a busy workday for Griffin, who has worked as a design engineer for the city for eight years and as an intern for three years.
Hundreds of people and dozens of pilots took advantage of Saturday’s perfect weather to enjoy Jefferson City Memorial Airport’s Annual Open House and Fly-In.
By mid-afternoon Friday, Charles Stone — organizer of a fundraiser for Wardsville teen Bradley Gilbert — wasn’t sure if his team should prepare enough chicken to feed 600 people or 1,600 people.
Today’s students may be the best educated, but they are the least-prepared for life after school, a prominent education reformer warned audiences on Monday.
After an outpouring of parental concern about dangerous and disruptive students at Moreau Heights Elementary School, the Jefferson City Board of Education has agreed to investigate allegations that numerous violent acts may have taken place in the school so far this year.
Attorney: Misunderstanding may have led to suit
An attorney representing the Jefferson City Public Schools indicated this week that former journalism teacher Karen Ray’s lawsuit against the district originally may have stemmed from a misunderstanding.
After 20 years of community service, the Michael W. Prenger Family Center is celebrating the anniversary by opening its doors to the public for the day.
Jefferson City’s fashionistas will have an opportunity to explore the hottest styles at the Jefferson City Council of Clubs Fall Fashion show.