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A proposal to allow Missouri’s public school districts to open their boundaries is back this legislative session as the first education bill to get a hearing in the state House. more
Over the past few years, the Pettis County Sheriff’s Office has steadily grown its number of K-9 officers, and the trend toward more dogs is only getting hotter. more
The State Fair Community College Apprenticeship Program recently presented Lee Newell, of Edwards, the United States Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship, Journeyman Certificate in Precision Machining. more
With more Missouri school districts switching to four-day weeks — including some of the largest — education leaders and state legislators are raising concerns. more
For more than 75 years, the College of Saint Mary has recognized students who exemplify character, service and leadership on campus through its annual Heart of the Walking Woman. The University announced the finalists for the 78th annual award celebration. more
During the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education meeting on Monday, Dec. 11, the Sedalia School District Foundation presented, on behalf of the Brendan Eisenmenger Student Impact Fund, a total of $6,100 in disbursements to school administrators to assist with holiday, food and basic needs of their individual building’s students. more
Central Methodist University celebrated its Fall 2023 commencement on Dec. 9 in Puckett Fieldhouse on the Fayette campus. Board of Trustees member James Marchbank gave the commencement address as a packed house of family, friends, faculty, staff, and other guests celebrated the graduates. Students were recognized for earning degrees at the master's, bachelor's, and associate's levels. more
A bill to allow home-educated students to participate in Missouri public school activities is back for the upcoming legislative session — and has been coupled with provisions rolling back state oversight of homeschooling families. more
Based in Marshall, the local AmeriCorps Seniors Foster Grandparent Program seeks volunteers to work with special needs students in Sedalia. more
In November, the Sedalia Police Department launched this year’s Sedalia elementary school coloring contest. All elementary-grade students in Heber Hunt, Horace Mann, Parkview, Skyline, Sacred Heart, Washington, and St. Paul’s schools were given the opportunity to color a drone picture to enter the contest. more
A senior at Smith-Cotton is reaching for the stars and will accomplish that goal with his acceptance at Yale University. more
While many of their classmates were asleep, enjoying the first day of winter break, members of Sacred Heart High School’s National Honor Society were up early on a mission to provide healthy holiday meals. more
Adopting a child for Christmas through Sedalia School District 200 makes a difference not only in a child's life but also for those individuals and businesses who buy gifts for them during the holiday season. more
The Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri has announced Barry Henderson as its interim executive director. Henderson, who has served as a BGC Board Member since 2014, will lead the Club while a board member-led search committee continues to interview long-term applicants. more
Sedalia lost one of its finest this past week with the death of Betty Hopkins, 93, on Monday, Dec. 11. Hopkins was known in the community as an educator, humanitarian, and international ambassador. more
Livingston County R-III was among a litany of school districts last year with a performance report that could have put its accreditation in jeopardy. more
Ronald W. Wineinger, 78, of Sedalia, died Friday, Dec. 15. Wineinger was a passionate educator with a 25-year tenure at State Fair Community College. His vision for the performing arts helped form the foundation for today's theater program. more
State Fair Community College faculty members Andy Hoos and Deaven Kaiser recently earned certifications in their areas of study. more
On a school bus adorned with Pokémon cards left behind by past students, a Sedalia School District 200 bus driver known to riders and their parents as “Ms. Jackie” is creating a lifelong community. more
Smith-Cotton senior Parker Ellison was selected as the recipient of the Sedalia School District 200 district-level John T. Belcher Scholarship. Ellison will receive $500 and moves on to the regional level of the statewide scholarship program, which is sponsored by the Missouri School Boards Association. more
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