It would just be the St. Joseph School District’s luck that the day after they restore a five-day weekly calendar, a blizzard hits.
There now are twice as many candidates seeking a position on the St. Joseph School District Board of Education as there are available seats.
Most students in all grades returned to a five-day class calendar Thursday with the aim to get through the rest of the semester with no further big changes.
A bill before the Missouri House of Representatives aims to promote high school extracurricular activities in a way that’s generating some opposition.
State authorities are not inclined at this time to advise school districts to require employee vaccination for COVID-19.
Following the resignation of the U.S. Secretary of Education last week, changes in national policy as it affects the local level are drawing ever nearer to reality for Show Me State school leaders.
If one wants to find a college student who has been financially disadvantaged during the COVID-19 era, it might be said, it is possible to take a page from the yearbook, mount it on the wall and throw a dart.
COVID-19 has shut down school field trips almost across the board, but the emPowerU program still is hosting some student groups.
Area college campuses will realize millions in restored funding after actions by Gov. Mike Parson to undo monies held back in the previous year in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A number of students at Lafayette High School seem to be keen to get back to school full time as the mid-January end of hybrid education nears.
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The winter of 2020 has proven to be one of cause and effect: As reliably as ice makes for a slippery sidewalk, talk of changing the operations of Benton High School ruffles the feathers of South End residents.
With the new year, the book that is considered the finest classical American work of fiction of the 20th century has reached a major milestone.
When Congress enacted a massive package of COVID-19 relief spending in March, a variety of immediate, short-term needs in countering the pandemic were funded at the state and local levels. The latest aid is more farsighted.
The St. Joseph School District will continue to provide no-cost breakfast and lunch for every student, and arrange food twice per week for pickup on behalf of virtual students, through the end of June.