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Walk into any school across Sedalia School District 200 and you will hear these words, “Is it lunchtime yet?” more
State Sen. Karla Eslinger will be Missouri’s next commissioner of education beginning in June, the State Board of Education announced during its meeting Tuesday, Dec. 5. more
WARRENSBURG – The University of Central Missouri’s Integrative Business Experience celebrated its 100th company with an event on Friday, Dec. 1 in the Elliott Student Union. more
Smith-Cotton High School teacher David Meyer loves science so much he creates innovative chemistry and physics labs for students. He has gone one step further by opening a science-themed coffee shop in Marshall. more
WARRENSBURG – More than two decades ago, the James C. Kirkpatrick Library at the University of Central Missouri was born. On Tuesday, Nov. 28, the now 24-year-old building hosted a ceremony to celebrate GivingTuesday and new modifications to the building. more
The Missouri Community College Association (MCCA) recognized State Fair Community College award winners and nominees during its annual conference recognition and excellence awards program in Kansas City on Nov. 9. MCCA is dedicated to recognizing individuals and institutions that have set the standard of excellence during the year. more
The State Fair Community College Apprenticeship Program recently presented Michael Hawkins, of Sedalia, the United States Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship, Journeyman Certificate in Industrial Electrical Maintenance. more
State Fair Community College’s speech and debate team earned the second-place Debate Sweepstakes award at the University of Central Florida’s Sunshine Series virtual tournament held Nov. 10 and 11. The SFCC team competed against 15 four-year university and two-year college teams from across the country. more
Delta Dental of Missouri’s Land of Smiles dental education program is on the road this fall, taking the crusade for healthy teeth to 23,000 youngsters at more than 100 schools across the state in the coming weeks. more
Colorful lights, music, holiday treats, shopping and more await members of the University of Central Missouri community when the university hosts the annual Holiday Market, Jingle on the Quad, First Lady’s Holiday Concert and other special events Nov. 29-30. All of these activities are free and open to the public. more
Dolly Parton's Imagination Library recently expanded its groundbreaking preschool literacy program throughout Missouri. more
State Fair Community College commemorated National Apprenticeship Week with a series of proclamation signings in three key locations: Sedalia, California, and Marshall. The signings included city officials and SFCC President Dr. Brent Bates, Legislative Program Manager Jo Lynn Turley, and Apprenticeship Program Director Lori Blalock. more
Creativity is being encouraged for youth through a collaboration between The Avenues downtown business district and graphic art high school juniors and seniors at the State Fair Career and Technology Center. more
On Saturday, Nov. 11, 42 Smith-Cotton band and orchestra students traveled to Warrensburg to audition against more than 400 students for spots in the West Central MMEA district honor ensembles. S-C had 22 students recognized and they will perform with one or more of these groups in January: more
Smith-Cotton High School AP Biology and Human Anatomy students attended the Momberg Science and Math competition Tuesday, Nov. 7 at Central Methodist University in Fulton. more
The following students were named to the Cole Camp High School honor roll for the first quarter of the 2023-24 school year. more
“The Great Air Race: Glory, Tragedy and the Dawn of American Aviation” is a recent book by journalist and amateur pilot John Lancaster about America’s famous 1919 transcontinental air race. The story of that race has inspired a group of University of Central Missouri aviation students and their faculty advisor to develop a virtual re-creation of the groundbreaking, cross-country flight that captured the world’s attention over 100 years ago. The virtual re-creation is intended to bring renewed awareness to this piece of trailblazing American history while also raising funds to support student activities. more
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