Hannibal High School sophomore Claudia Nichols enjoys writing and reading poetry, so when she had the chance to participate for the first time in her school's Poetry Out Loud contest, she signed up.
Students at St. Dominic School make the most of a pre-Lent Mardi Gras party, where they got to play all kinds of games to raise money for missions and for the eight-grade class, which hosted the event, to take a trip to St. Louis.
Enterprising high students now have the option to complete the schooling for their associate's degree before graduation with John Wood Community College's new Smart Start 2x2 online program.
The Quincy School Board wants to look at rewarding its nonunion staff for jobs well done. The idea -- common in corporate culture where employees are rewarded for exceeding expectations -- came up in a discussion about employee evaluations and pay.
Quincy University has formed a presidential search committee to select the school's 24th president. A news release from the university said the committee was formed to find a successor to President Phil Conover when he leaves in May 2019.
Sharing pizza means more than a lunchtime treat for a group of Madison School first-graders. It provides another opportunity to build relationships between students in Meredith Becks' autism class and students in regular education classrooms.
Hannibal-LaGrange University will be screening the award-winning documentary "Poverty, Inc." at 7 p.m. Feb. 26 in the Roland Fine Arts Center.
Quincy High School sophomores Madison Mathews and Lauren Kearns spend most days in geometry class taking notes and doing homework. So using a cordless drill was not only something different but something fun.