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ALTON — Winners in Alton Elementary School’s recent "Under the Sea" themed art show are among entries from 280 students. The event showcased the work of all students in the school and was part of an elaborate and colorful display by art teacher Annie Whitten that filled the halls of the school and ended with an awards ceremony. more
West Plains High School science teacher Nathan Fleming will give a presentation on Project Lead the Way (PLTW) in a national showcase Thursday, in order to showcase PLTW for school districts considering adding the S.T.E.M.-focused program to their curriculum or to improve existing science, math, technology and engineering programs by implementing the innovative practices of PLTW. more
Administration, faculty, staff, patrons and students of South Fork School have long been supporters of the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, raising funds for the facility each year. They outdid themselves this year by surpassing their $21,000 fundraising goal by about $1,000. more
The Richards School Board is set to hold its monthly session at 6 p.m. Thursday in the school boardroom. more
Howell Valley and Junction Hill schools have set dates for kindergarten and preschool screening sessions for incoming students planning to enroll for the 2024-25 school year. more
West Plains R-7 school board members voted on Jan. 16 to continue with early-release Fridays for the foreseeable future after weighing the pros and cons, including bringing the district's calendar more in line with surrounding rural K-8 schools and the likelihood of teachers would losing lesson planning and collaboration time if early-release Fridays were eliminated. more
Fairview School is offering two dates for preschool and kindergarten screenings for the 2024-2025 school year. more
West Plains R-7 District officials are congratulating two young bookworms from West Plains Elementary. Students recently participated in a Holiday Bingo Readers Challenge in the school library. Winners Zoey Diamond, first grade, and Charlie Risner, second grade, showed “incredible reading skills” to take their top spots, said officials. more
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