Tiffani Jones, a junior at Camdenton High School, was recently notified that she was selected to present her research at the International Environmental Conference in Houston, Texas, along with students from 78 other countries.
Camdenton R-3 High School seniors Shelby Huey and Austin Waddle have both been selected as “Honorable Mention” students in the 2015 Missouri Scholars 100, a statewide program that honors 100 of Missouri’s top academic students in the graduating class of 2015.
Oak Ridge Intermediate (ORI) students gathered for a Positive, Behavior, and Support (PBS) assembly March 24.
With each heartbeat there is opportunity for a choice to be made that can save at least one life, or, in one heartbeat, that choice could be too late.
The season of giving is over for most, but for the members of Osage Middle School (OMS) Builders Club the season never ends.
Second grade Dogwood Elementary students and their families recently participated in Coach Kristi Williams "Are You 'Fitter' than a Second-Grader?" event.
Join the Camdenton High School International Baccalaureate (IB) students who have planned and coordinated a 5K Color Run/Walk April 11 at Linn Creek Industrial Park.
Eldon Chamber 1st Friday Coffee guests receive tour, discuss ammenities for students and community
With the nearing storm season, the much anticipated storm shelter at the Eldon School District is now something of a reality and ready for use.
Bond passage will improve school facilities
Macks Creek R-5 School District is just days away from learning if improvements to the school’s facilities will become a reality.
Sometimes I have to pinch myself because I often feel I have one of the best jobs at Osage.
iMovie projects help students educate younger peers in art
Every project starts with an idea. An idea is the root of creativity, and that root starts from the heart and works its way to the brain.
What is only nine inches tall but can play music, create movies, scan QR codes, connect to a Smartboard, take pictures and videos, connect to the Internet, and lots of other tasks? The task list is actually endless, especially with a fifth-grader behind the screen.
Although we may be reprimanded for doodling in class, it may now be the time to bring back doodling.
This year is the eighth anniversary of the eighth-grade Osage Middle School GATES class making a trashcan for the statewide "Yes You CAN Make Missouri Litter-Free” trash-can-decorating contest.
3 OMS teachers use a dodecahedron project while reading historical fiction novels
Too often teachers overlook using creativity in a classroom where art is not the main emphasis.