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Missouri Senate Discusses Anti-Bullying Policies In Schools

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A bill that would require Missouri school districts to meet new state requirements for anti-bullying policies is moving to the Senate. The measure to require school anti-bullying policies include procedures for reporting, investigating and responding to bullying passed the House

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New Jennie Jaynes Stadium (Courtesy of Sedalia School District)

Jennie Jaynes Activities Complex Officially Opens [PHOTOS]

The Sedalia School District finally got the red ribbon cutting ceremony in a beautiful afternoon for the public to come see the new Jennies Jaynes Activities Complex. Superintendent Brad Pollitt welcomed everyone to the new Jennie Jaynes, along with School Board President, Dr

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Marina Scheiner's Child Development Class
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Students in teacher Marina Scheiner’s Child Development class at Smith-Cotton High School display the mini books they created that were donated to the Pettis County Health Department Women, Infant and Children Program.

S-C Students’ Books To Help Young Mothers

Students in teacher Marina Scheiner’s Child Development class at Smith-Cotton High School recently created books to help educate new mothers.

Scheiner said: “We have been learning about the potential damage to the fetus during pregnancy as a result of lifestyle and behavior choices by the mother

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Team Scream
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 KONG, Team SCREAM's robot, moves a stack of four totes and a cylinder onto the scoring platform during a qualifying match Saturday. Coach Michael Wright said the "seatbelt" mechanism, which is holding the cylinder in place, was a key factor in the team winning the Industrial Design Award at the Greater Kansas City Regional.

SC Team Scream Falls Short In Semi-Finals, Prepares For Next Region Tournament

Team SCREAM (Smith-Cotton Robotics, Engineering And Mathematics) had a good run Friday and Saturday at the FIRST Robotics Greater Kansas City Regional, but came up short in the semifinals.
The team, which had a similar run the previous weekend in the Arkansas Regional, now has its sights set on Oklahoma; that regional takes place March 27-28 in Oklahoma City and is Team SCREAM’s last chance to win a slot in the FIRST World Championships in April in St

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This ‘Jeopardy!’ Episode Was a Complete and Total Disaster

Jeopardy! is supposed to be a place for the best and brightest to show off their knowledge, but it was anything but during Thursday's episode.

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Former UCM Instructor Publishes Book

Research for “Life Everlasting and The Twelve Mile Blues,” began in 1987 when Marla J. Selvidge, former director of the Center for Religious Studies at UCM, discovered a defunct town of  "Gilreath" while hiking in the hills of North Carolina

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UCM Business Class Raises Money for the Blaine Whitworth Fund

The Spring 2015 Integrative Business Experience (IBE) class at the University of Central Missouri (UCM) has designed a legacy mug to help raise money for the Blaine Whitworth Fund.

IBE students usually do a great JOB comin

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Missouri Spending Plan Could Bring More Money

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A spending plan to increase money for Missouri K-12 public education has won initial House approval. Combined with federal and other funds, that plan would allow the state to spend more than $26 billion in the fiscal year beginning July 1

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Parents As Teachers Encourages Pettis County to Get Kids Screened [INTERVIEW]

The Pettis County Parents as Teachers is a group that works tirelessly with parents all around our city and county.   Parents as Teachers helps parents during the critical early years of their children's lives, from conception to kindergarten—and the results are crucial for every kid in our area.

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Enquiring Minds: Smartphones

Smartphones are making people lazy. Sure you’ve heard that one before but as it happens, researchers at the University of Waterloo say it's likely to be true, at least for intuitive thinkers.

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