Sedalia Middle School sixth graders recently applied their text reading skills to interpret the facts presented in graphic illustrations.
Senior Maggie Beard led the way as Smith-Cotton High School's music departments were well represented Friday and Saturday at the MSHSAA District Solo/Small Ensemble Contest at State Fair Community College.
Smith-Cotton JROTC Cadet Hollee Akers has been selected as the Breckenridge Scholar for the 4th Congressional District of the Missouri Federated Republican Women.
Keelly Jones's “incredible journey” concluded Thursday on the Heckart Performing Arts Center stage.
Sedalia Middle School reading teacher Missy Arnold, left, and author Deborah Hopkinson display some of Hopkinson's books during a visit to the school March 13. Hopkinson, who has won multiple awards for her historical fiction works, spoke to...
Parkview Elementary School celebrated Missouri Read In Day on Friday with the theme of “Hooked On Reading.” Harry Hoffert, host of “Huntin' and Fishin' with Harry” on KXKX-FM and brother of second grade teacher...
Students in teacher Marina Scheiner's Child Development class at Smith-Cotton High School recently created books to help educate new mothers.
On Tuesday, Feb. 18, Smithton High School FBLA members competed against 26 other districts at the District 10 FBLA Leadership Conference at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg.
A smile came across Christine Sturgill's face – again – and she thought to herself, “Don't make a fiasco out of 'fiasco.'”
HARLINGEN, Texas — Marine Military Academy named freshman John Tsurkan, of Sedalia, the Cadet of the Month for Golf Company for February 2015.
Geography and technology came together recently as Heber Hunt Elementary students connected with classrooms across the country.
The Sacred Heart Cheerleaders took home the Sportsmanship Award and placed second in the Intermediate-Varsity Division at the JAMfest Nationals at the Kansas City Convention Center on Feb. 21-22.
State Fair Community College Chamber Choir members rehearse last week in preparation for upcoming concerts in celebration of Music in Our Schools Month. The evening of music will include the Chamber Choir, Jazz Choir and Jazz Band. Selections will...
There is a common thread that ties all good educators together. It may not be apparent, especially if it is done right, but it is the unselfish willingness to put the needs of their students before themselves and to take the extra steps to help those...
The students at Washington Elementary School recently devoted a week of school to the “Great Kindness Challenge.” Designed to be five days of completing as many acts of kindness as possible, the students discovered that kindness...
They combine a number of skills and talents every time they hit the stage — musicality, drama and theater, enthusiasm, dancing, athleticism. Then there is commitment, dependability, hard work, and teamwork.
The Bothwell Regional Health Center Foundation is offering a scholarship to graduating high school seniors pursuing a degree in a health care-related field.
First grade students in teacher Sarah Jones's class at Horace Mann Elementary have been learning about presidents, most recently George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.
Ashley Young, freshmen social studies teacher at Smith-Cotton Junior High, was honored Saturday as the Missouri Council for the Social Studies Teacher of the Year for 2015 during the group's annual conference in Kansas City.