Enter through Oct. 15 for chance to win prizes, be featured in Castle Vlad’s Mad Monster Party free show
This year, The Lake Today presents the same challenge in its fifth annual “Choose Your Own Doom” Ghost Story Contest.
Eldon High School celebrates Homecoming this week, with activities planned every day leading up to the Homecoming game and dance and group of senior men and women honored on the Homecoming Court.
School of the Osage officially welcomed its newest — and oldest — building to the district with a formal dedication at the Heritage Building on the Leland O. Mills Campus Sunday, Sept. 21.
All Missouri high schools are called to compete in the 2014 Battle of the Belt Challenge for an opportunity to win cash and prizes teaching students the importance of buckling up.
Since incorporating as a not-for-profit organization in 2001, the Camdenton R-III School District Education Foundation has been "Steering the Course for the Future" for students and teachers, and now welcomes Mickey McDuffey to participate in that endeavor.
The Camdenton Education Foundation, Inc. was recently presented a check for $634.50 by the Kinderhook Cares Program.
Staff members from Columbia College – Lake of the Ozarks participated in the national celebration of College Colors Day 2014 Aug. 29.
This year Harper Chapel donated countless pairs of underwear and socks to the Camdenton R-3 School District.
Angie Rogers and Denise Richardson, Hawthorn Elementary methods coaches, were named Camdenton Teachers of the Week for the week of Aug. 25.
Osage High School is in the middle of its 2014 Homecoming week, which the school community celebrates with spirit dress-up days, tribal immunity challenges, the annual parade, and the Homecoming football game and dance.
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education announced the results of the 2014 Missouri School Improvement Program (MSIP) assessments of public school districts Aug. 29.
The Camdenton R-3 School District held a special board meeting Aug. 26, where Missouri Reps. Rocky Miller and Diane Franklin were present to update the board on items from the current legislative session that will affect the school district.
District to add more than 150 new devices in first phase
The School of the Osage Board of Education approved the first phase of introducing new technology district-wide, including purchasing more than 150 new devices, during its Aug. 25 meeting.
Most Lake Area schools on pace with state average
Two Lake Area high schools saw sizable improvements in their students’ average ACT composite scores in 2014.
While the statewide average of student proficiency has fallen in science, English language arts and mathematics, most Lake Area school districts’ science scores continue steadily improving, with downward patterns similar to Missouri average in the other two subjects.