The Lake Today Education


Join the race to stop human trafficking at the Lake

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.

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Macks Creek hopes to measure up with DESE

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.

Osage Our Lake Today: Delving into creativity

Sometimes I have to pinch myself because I often feel I have one of the best jobs at Osage.

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Osage Our Lake Today: Technological devices aid in expanding artistic side of learning 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.

Osage Our Lake Today: iPad availability at OUE makes for more creative learning

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.

Osage Our Lake Today: Fostering creativity

Although we may be reprimanded for doodling in class, it may now be the time to bring back doodling.

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Osage Our Lake Today: GATES students celebrate eight years in NoMOre Trash Can Contest

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.

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Osage Our Lake Today: Turning reading into a creative education tool

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.

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Osage Our Lake Today: How does your brain develop creativity?

Osage students research if both sides of the brain play into creative thoughts, actions

The human brain is more complex than in any other animal.

Osage Our Lake Today: Big thoughts from young minds

‘Do we grow out of creativity or do we get educated out of it?’

Osage eighth-graders in their language arts class were presented with background information on this question, and they were asked to respond to it.

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Osage Our Lake Today: Osage Art Gallery – Greubel's Winter Artwork

Osage Middle School students cast their “eyes” on a creative “how-to” project, a well as explored black and white drawings and colored creations with self-portraits.

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Osage Our Lake Today: Osage Art Gallery – Exploring art around the globe

Heritage Elementary students have recently worked on art influenced from various regions of the globe.

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No Early Learning Center for MCR2 South School

Disappointment hit some while a thunder of claps echoed through the Morgan County R-2 Middle School library during the district’s regularly scheduled board of education meeting March 16. The board voted against a proposal to change South Elementary School to an early learning center, keeping it the same.

Camdenton R-3 Education Foundation chooses Hall of Leaders

The Camdenton R-3 School District Education Foundation has announced the three individuals chosen to be inducted into its Hall of Leaders during the 13th annual Elegant Evening April 17.

MRC2 student selected for state academic honor

Morgan County High School senior Abagail Guinn has been selected as one of Missouri’s top 100 academic students in the graduating class of 2015.