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Crest Ridge Secondary School has announced the students named to the honor roll for the first semester of the 2023-24 school year. more
Editor's note: This article has been updated to correct the student's name in the photo captions. more
KNOB NOSTER – TRIAD AFJROTC CyberPatriot team Komputer Kernels will return to the CyberPatriot National Finals in March in Bethesda, Maryland, hoping to come away with the crown that got away from them last year. more
The University of Central Missouri announced that Phil Bridgmon, Ph.D., provost and vice president for academic affairs, has received a Fulbright U.S. International Education Administrator award to India from the United States Department of State and the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. Bridgmon is among approximately 10 U.S. citizens who will take part in the India-Nehru IEA program in March 2024. more
WARRENSBURG – The Warrensburg Area Career Center will move its Construction Technologies program to a new building. more
WARRENSBURG – Mia Kim’s career has taken her to places she wouldn’t have believed growing up. Traveling to places like Greece, Spain and Serbia for work, Kim, the University of Central Missouri Piano Area Coordinator and Director of the Community Music Program, could only dream of going to some of these places. more
Editor's note: This article has been updated to include new information made available Thursday, Feb. 8. more
WARRENSBURG – Warrensburg Middle School teacher Holly Lancaster will be honored in Kansas City on March 15 for winning the Missouri Art Education Association's 2024 Middle-Level Art Educator of the Year. more
Missouri State Fall 2023 Dean's List more
The Leeton R-X School District will switch to a four-day school week in the 2024-25 school year. more
How do you get to the world-famous Carnegie Hall? One way is to follow University of Central Missouri Professor Mia Kim. The Piano Area Coordinator and Director of the Community Music Program at UCM will travel to New York City for a performance in the historic hall on Jan. 30. While area residents may not be able to make the trip to Carnegie Hall, they will have an opportunity to see her perform in person during a concert on Feb. 20 at UCM. more
Jamie Platt knew she wanted to pursue a career in art at the age of 5. more
In a celebration that showcased student talents ranging from poetry reading to innovative dance and participation in a Jazz Combo, the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Scholarship Banquet at the University of Central Missouri on Jan. 16 honored the civil rights leader’s legacy by presenting financial awards to deserving students and celebrating the arts. more
Southeast Fall 2023 President's List more
Earlier this month, the University of Central Missouri introduced two new exhibitions taking place at the UCM Art Center Gallery. “Empowered by Design,” an exhibition produced by Kansas State University Assistant Professor of Interior Architecture & Industrial Design Scott Barton, and “Second Nature,” which highlights the artistic processes of a Missouri sculptor, Gary Staab, both opened for viewing on Jan. 8 and are available until Feb. 1. more
WARRENSBURG – As the freezing temperatures continue to affect the city of Warrensburg, some students and staff from the University of Central Missouri will seek refuge in Des Moines, Iowa. Although the temperatures more than 200 miles north will remain similar to those on the UCM campus, UCM Theatre and Dance is happy to make the trip as it prepares to perform at the 2024 Region V Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) in Des Moines. more
Columbia College Fall 2023 Dean’s List more
Activities throughout January, including the presentation of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Scholarships to University of Central Missouri students, the Community Praise and Worship Service, and Day of Service activities in Warrensburg and in Lee’s Summit, highlight the 2024 MLK Celebration. All of these events and more are designed to honor King’s legacy under the theme, “Living the Dream: It Starts with Me – Spreading Hope, Courage and Unity.” more
Income and geographic restrictions would be loosened for a tax-credit program that provides scholarships to help pay for private school tuition under a bill debated Wednesday by the Senate’s education committee. more
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
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