News Tribune reporter
A group of sixth-grade literacy students at Thomas Jefferson Middle School learned what it takes to convert the written word into a movie with the premier of “The Last Thing I Remember,” a movie they made themselves based on the novel of the same name by author Andrew Klavan.
From the second grade onward, everyone told Mary Ellen Laden she should be a teacher.
Supporters of the Missouri Board of Education’s 2010 decision to adopt a set of “Common Core” standards believe the new guidelines have the potential to boost academic achievement and prepare more students for the workforce.
As the Department of Conservation’s first state wildlife veterinarian, Kelly Straka manages the health of Missouri’s wildlife populations.
Helias High School’s entire campus — not just inside the building — is now smoke-free, thanks to an initiative spearheaded by faculty and students and supported by parents.
The Blair Oaks Board of Education dispatched a number of financial decisions Tuesday night, including the approval of a list of minor capital projects designed to maintain the quality of several campus buildings.
As part of the Central Missouri Innovation Campus initiative, students will be able to transfer credits more easily from Linn State Technical College to Lincoln University.
Three-pronged approach eyed for Jefferson City Public Schools’ future
Superintendent Brian Mitchell on Monday laid out some of the challenges facing Jefferson City school district, but he also talked about his plan for meeting those challenges in the years to come.
A team of Helias Catholic High School students captured first place in the St. Louis Area Physics Teachers competition in late April.
The Jefferson City Academic Center has been named a National School of Character. It is the first time an alternative school in Missouri has received the honor.