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  • Come take the journey with CPS: Parent-Community University

    Parent-Community University is an opportunity for our K-12 parents and community members to learn more about the programs, supports, and long-range planning of Columbia Public Schools. Whether you have a child in elementary, middle, or high school, each night will have information for you! The first session is September 17! Visit our Parent-Community University page to learn more and register to attend.

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  • Name the new middle school

    Columbia Public Schools is beginning the process to name the new middle school. The school district is looking for volunteers for the naming committee and has begun the process of accepting name submissions.

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  • Fairview choir selected to perform at state conference

    The Fairview Elementary School Songbirds under the direction of music teacher Sara Dexheimer have been selected to perform at the 82nd Annual Missouri Music Educators Association Conference in January. Selection to perform at the conference is the highest statewide honor to which a school music ensemble can aspire. Fairview is one of 33 music ensembles, 13 of which are choirs, selected from 180 applicants from across Missouri to perform at the event. The Missouri Music Educators Association Conference hosts 3,600 registrants with total foot traffic of 10,000 attendees over the course of the four-day event.

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  • Battle High School student attends Boys Nation

    Battle High School Senior Nevin Dubinski was one of two Missouri high school boys selected to participate as a delegate in Boys Nation earlier this summer. Nevin attended Missouri Boys State and was selected out of 1,200 boys to represent Missouri at Boys Nation. Boys State and Nation is sponsored by the American Legion and allows rising seniors to learn about the legislative process, meet our nation’s leaders and participate in mock governmental and legislative sessions.

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  • Hickman physics teacher receives national recognition

    Hickman Physics Teacher Alex Soper has been recognized by the Physics Teacher Education Coalition for excellence in the classroom. He is one of eight teachers nationwide to be recognized for his outstanding commitment to his school and the physics community.

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