Gallatin Missouri High School FInal

Summer School in Gallatin for 2021-2022 school year to have its own curriculum

The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education on October 13, 2021, approved having the school district complete summer school for the 2021-2022 year using its own curriculum. Activity Director Barron Gann presented a report on summer school for the 2020-2021 year. Family and Consumer Science Teacher and Family Career and Community Leaders of America Sponsor Becky […]

Gallatin High School Website

Gallatin Board of Education hires several during closed session, approves development and evaluation plans

The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education approved the Professional Development and District-Wide Evaluation plans on September 15, 2021. The substitute teacher list was also approved, and a policy was readopted involving the conflict of interest and financial disclosure for the board. After a closed session, the board offered custodial positions to Jean Mott and Theresa […]

COVID-19 Vaccine bottles

Audio: Federal government to prioritize teachers in retail pharmacy vaccine program

All Missouri K-12 public and private school workers will be eligible to get vaccinated beginning March 15. Nonprofit PreK-12 staff, state-licensed childcare center workers, some food production employees, as well as grocery and convenience stores workers, will also become eligible at the same time. During a webinar hosted Wednesday by the Missouri Department of Elementary […]

Child support payments.

Audio: Missouri intercepts $78 million in stimulus money from people who owe child support

Missouri has intercepted millions in stimulus money from people who owe child support.     The CARES Act passed by U.S. Congress last year allowed states to block the first stimulus payment to people who owed child support. Governor Parson’s office says the Missouri Legislature passed a bill during last November’s special session that allows […]

NCMC Geyer Hall

NCMC Board of Trustees approve applying for CARES Act funding to curtail expenses from COVID-19

The North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees approved the evening of Tuesday, July 28th applying for Grundy County CARES Act funding to combat COVID-19 expenses. A Return to Fall Plan was also presented. NCMC President Doctor Lenny Klaver said the college could receive $89,000 in Grundy County CARES Act funding, which could be used […]

Princeton Missouri School District Website

Princeton Board of Education approves teaching contracts for 2020-21 school year

Personnel decisions were made at two meetings this week of the Princeton R-5 board of education. On Monday night, the board approved teaching contracts for the upcoming school year (2020-21). A resignation was accepted from 4th, 5th, and 6th-grade teacher Jillian Marsh. Athletic and activities extra duty contracts were approved. At an executive session meeting yesterday, […]

Jeffrey Jackson

Jeffrey Jackson selected as North Central Missouri College Outstanding Employee

Jeffrey Jackson, Custodian, has been selected as North Central Missouri College’s Outstanding Employee for January. Jeffrey, a veteran, has been employed at NCMC for over a year. “My favorite thing about working at North Central Missouri College is that it is a good place to learn,” said Jeffrey.  Jeffrey helps keep the college neat and […]

Medicaid Expansion

Hospitals, health care advocates launch campaign to authorize Medicaid expansion through statewide vote

Missouri’s hospitals and a coalition of individuals and organizations supporting Medicaid expansion announced the launch of a campaign to let Missouri voters decide the future of expanded coverage to low-income individuals caught in the “coverage gap.” “Missouri is among only a handful of states to not expand Medicaid. As a result, approximately 200,000 citizens of […]

Food Stamps or SNAP

USDA urges states to require child support cooperation through SNAP

The U.S. Department of Agriculture published a memorandum to state agencies (PDF, 156 KB) encouraging them to require Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) participants to cooperate with child support programs. “We want states to take action to ensure that SNAP and child support work together to help children,” said U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue. “Increasing […]

Princeton R-5 School Website

Princeton R-5 Board of Education approves preliminary budget

The Princeton R-5 Board of Education approved the 2018-2019 preliminary budget at a special meeting Thursday evening. The revenues budgeted for the 2018-2019 school year are $5,175,380, and expenditures budgeted are $7,847,296 leaving a projected deficit of $2,671,916. The board also approved amending the 2017-2018 budget to actual and activity balances to zero. Revenues received […]