The National 4‑H Council recently announced that 17 4‑H Robotics teams, including Camdenton High School's, have advanced to the national 2014 FIRST Robotics Championship.
Members of the Climax Springs R-IV Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Chapter attended the 2014 Missouri FBLA Leadership Conference April 13-15 in Columbia.
Osage Beach Elementary students participated in the annual Math Competition in Versailles Saturday, March 1
Construction crews keep plowing on at building projects in the School of the Osage and Camdenton R-3 school districts.
Linda Briscoe and Melissa Hollingsworth have both been named Camdenton Teacher of the Week recently.
The Camdenton Library staff is organizing an afterschool program for teenagers, with its first workshop from 4-5:30 p.m. Thursday at its facility in Camdenton.
Shining Stars Preschool at Harper Chapel United Methodist Church in Osage Beach is now accepting registrations for fall enrollment.
School of the Osage kindergarten screening/enrollment for the 2014-2015 school year has two remaining dates to register on Friday and May 2 at the Lake Ozark Christian Church.
Board also approves capital projects, employee health insurance changes
Technology in the Camdenton R-3 School District might start operating on a bring-your-own-device basis for students.
Ten Osage High School seniors built a vehicle that ran at 117 miles per gallon for the 9th Annual SuperMileage Challenge April 15.
Fifteen students from the Camdenton High School Trap Club competed on three squads at the Spring Break'em competition Saturday, April 5
VHS students participated in “Rachel’s Challenge” April 7-11, a national effort to create positive school environments based on the life and journal writings of Rachel Scott, the first victim of the 1999 Columbine shooting.
Camdenton Middle School recently announced its seventh- and eighth-grade A and B Honor Rolls for third quarter.
Camdenton High School sent two teams to participate in the Central Region Envirothon competition April 9 at the Runge Nature Center in Jefferson City.
Missouri American Water has awarded its High School Water Quality Research Award for 2014 to Paula Zaretsky, a senior at Camdenton High School.