QUINCY -- Labor shortages and adapting for the future will be two of the elements highlighted at the Regional Workforce Conference at John Wood Community College on Sept. 24. The 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. event -- the "ABC's of a Thriving Workforce" -- is schedule
Four Quincy school buildings and an adjacent lot will be auctioned on Sept. 28.
The Quincy School Board on Wednesday approved plans to sell Berrian School, 1327 South Eighth, at 9 a.m.; a vacant lot at the southwest corner of Ninth and Jackson at 9:30 a.m.
QUINCY -- A Quincy Public Schools committee wants to start planning soon for summer 2020 health life safety projects.
"We want to get on that a little earlier this year so we're not doing any bidding in June or even May. Our bids should be done in December
QUINCY -- Registration is underway for this year's Quincy Conference.
"We simplified the registration process for teachers. Last year, it was a bit much, so we revised the process to make it easier for them," said Emily Pool, a Rooney third-grade teacher a
The Canton R-5 School Board appointed a new member to its ranks this week.
QUINCY -- Quincy High School teacher Brandi Many got a first-hand look as Illinois took its next step to deal with a statewide shortage of classroom teachers.
Many was in the audience Thursday as Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed legislation raising teachers' mini
QUINCY -- John Wood Community College officials reported a 9.9% increase in first-time freshman students during Wednesday night's monthly board of trustees meeting. JWCC President Mike Elbe revealed 411 new freshmen recently started fall classes, an increa