This Saturday, May 18, 240 seniors will receive their diplomas when the Class of 2019 has its commencement ceremony.
Shelley Kinder, director of finance for Warren County R-III School District, was named Business Official of the Year by the Missouri Association of School Business Officials.
The Warrenton Chapter of the P.E.O. (Philanthropic Educational Organization) Sisterhood is celebrating its 25th anniversary. At the same time, the international organization, the P.E.O. Sisterhood, is celebrating its 150th year. The group’s mission is to empower women by offering financial h…
Four Warrenton High School theater students have an opportunity to attend a theater festival with contests and workshops in Nebraska, and they could use help getting there.
Community members gathered at Holy Rosary School on April 13 for the annual Red and White fundraiser. The dinner and auction raises money for student scholarships and education grants for classes in the Warren County R-III School District. Former St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Jim Edmonds wa…
In the future, the Warren County R-III School District will consider the need for certain teaching positions before hiring their replacements when they leave.
The Missouri House of Representatives passed a resolution to encourage schools throughout Missouri to take steps to institute Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) courses.
Residents of two Warren County school districts are being asked to weigh the cost of new taxes against the potential economic benefits of education.
The Warren County R-III Board of Education voted to restructure the school district’s transportation department during its February meeting.
The Wright City R-II School District has prided itself on continued achievement over the past half-decade and this year will be no exception.
About 80 students will graduate from Wright City High School May 17, and then they will board a bus that will take them to Sports Fusion, an indoor entertainment park in Chesterfield.
Wright City School District is working to restore the gym at the district’s middle school to full functionality after water flooded a large section of the floor.
Five Liberty Christian Academy students have qualified for the American Legion’s Boys State and the American Legion Auxiliary’s Girls State programs.
Wright City Parents as Teachers is hosting developmental screening sessions for children 3-5 years old 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20, and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21, at Wright City East Elementary School, 3675 W. Meyer Road, Foristell.
The pastors of the six parish schools in discussions to develop a regional Catholic school system in the Washington area announced Friday afternoon that no changes will be made for the 2019-20 school year.
Due to forecasts of extremely cold weather, there will be no school in the Warren County R-III School District Wednesday, Jan. 30. This day will be made up Tuesday, May 21.
Starting next year, schools in the Warren County R-III School District will have school only Tuesday through Friday, four days a week, and their days will be extended by 33 minutes. Start time will be 7:45 a.m. and dismissal will be at 3:13 p.m.
Three options to develop a regional Catholic school system were presented Saturday at St. Gertrude Parish — the first of six town hall meetings being held over the next two weeks.
The Warren County R-III School Board is expected to vote on a proposed calendar for the 2019-2020 school year at its regular meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 10, at the Warren County R-III Central Office, 385 W. Veterans Memorial Parkway, Warrenton.
The not-for-profit North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC), a 12-county area social service, community health and public housing community action agency, is accepting candidate nominations to fill a board vacancy in Warren County.
At the beginning of each year, we ask local community leaders and elected officials to send The Record letters about what’s to come in the year ahead. This is part one of the letters looking ahead to 2019. Part two will publish in the Jan. 10 issue of The Record.