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University of Central Missouri Prepares New Students with Orientation Days in Warrensburg [VIDEO]

The University of Central Missouri is getting ready to get started for next year.  One important part of that process is the Orientation Day.  

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62 H.S. Students Arrested for Vandalizing, Urinating in School as Part of Senior Prank [POLL]

More than 60 students from Teaneck, New Jersey, were arrested Wednesday night after being caught vandalizing their school as part of an elaborate senior-class prank.

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From left to right: Smith-Cotton High School students Zac Volk, Rex Walters, Grant Waters, Aurora Rafael, Jill Vansell, Mariona Ward, Christian Sarabia, Marin Zalpa, Steven Bradbury, Abby Perkins, Nikkolle Warren and Monika Vaughn break ground on the site of the future athletic stadium.
From left to right: Smith-Cotton High School students Zac Volk, Rex Walters, Grant Waters, Aurora Rafael, Jill Vansell, Mariona Ward, Christian Sarabia, Marin Zalpa, Steven Bradbury, Abby Perkins, Nikkolle Warren and Monika Vaughn break ground on the site of the future athletic stadium.

Smith-Cotton High School Students Break Ground for New Stadium Complex [PHOTOS]

At noon, on a windy Friday (Nov. 8), a group of Sedalians, dignitaries and Smith-Cotton High School students gathered around the northwest corner of the future site of the new stadium.

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Springfield’s Homeless Student Population Growing

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Springfield public school officials say at least 551 homeless students are attending schools in the city this year.

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Fourth Grade Students from Horace Mann Elementary Speak Up at School Board Meeting

While most Sedalia School Board Meetings are informative, every once in awhile, something wonderful happens at a meeting that reminds us just how much more than the ABCs are being taught to Sedalia students today.

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The Best Deals and Discounts Available to Students Going Back to School

Our back-to-school journey continues with finding the best ways to take advantage of your student status.

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Missouri S&T Prepares for Record Enrollment

ROLLA, Mo. (AP) — Missouri University of Science and Technology is expecting a record enrollment this fall.

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More Than 100 Students Kicked Off Plane For Misbehavior

What should've been a fun vacation trip from New York to Atlanta turned nightmarish on Monday morning when an airline kicked a group of 101 Yeshiva students and their eight chaperones off a plane for being rambunctious. The school, however, says the incident was blown way out of proportion and now they're fighting back.

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NRA Calls for Armed Guards at Schools

Wayne LaPierre, the executive vice president of the National Rifle Association, read a statement Friday morning in reaction to last week's shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut. He called for installing armed guards in schools to prevent future gun violence against students.

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Pettis County Schools Take Steps to Ensure Students’ Safety

Sharee Norfleet, Superintendent of the Pettis County R-V School District, sent a letter to parents regarding the safety of the students Monday afternoon (Dec. 17).  The exact text from that letter is as follows:

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