The success of the before- and after-school care program in Quincy's K-5 learning communities has a School Board member looking at serving even more children and families in the future.
The Quincy School Board plans to get at least $200,000 for Washington School and $10,000 for Dewey School in Thursday's auctions.
The district's score grew to 3.25 compared to last year's 2.45.
Parents in the Hannibal School District may soon find it easier to pay for their children's lunches and breakfasts.
John Wood Community College continues to attract 30 percent of the high school graduates from the nine counties that make up its district.
At last night's meeting, the Board of Education of Griggsville-Perry School District made a decision to discontinue the district's pre-K program at the end of the first semester.
Fifth-graders displayed their creations on Tuesday at Invention Convention at Baldwin on Maine, the former Madison School.