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‘One-to-World’ will put technology in students’ hands

The Excelsior Springs School District will be introducing a new technology initiative starting before school is out this year, but students won’t join the program until January 2015. At last…

Board approves upcoming projects

Tray Harkins was re-elected to his role as president of the Excelsior Springs Board of Education on Monday night, with no dissent from any board members, and Troy Snelling became…

Community center passes; Powell, Buckman, Houck, Shewell, Diebold elected

It’s been a long road to the corner of Tiger Drive and Wornall Road, but the voters spoke on Tuesday to voice their support for a community center that’s been…

Candidates talk community center, goals, promoting ES

Editor’s note: This is part two of The Standard’s coverage of last Tuesday’s candidate forum, held at Excelsior Springs High School. Part one appeared in the Friday, March 28, edition…

Candidates respond to voters at public forum

An audience of more than 75 people asked questions and listened to the viewpoints of city council and school board candidates—as well as proponents of a new community center, to…

Tomlinson named new deputy superintendent

Excelsior Springs School District officials have now named the deputy superintendent who will replace David Lawrence in July, when Lawrence moves up into the seat of the superintendent of schools.…

ES hit by another wintry blast

More snow and bitter cold hit the Kansas City area over the weekend, including Excelsior Springs. Anticipating subzero temperatures on Monday morning to go with several inches of snow, school…

ESHS theater department presents ‘Lend Me a Tenor’

The Excelsior Springs High School Theatre Department will present Kenneth Ludwig’s “Lend Me a Tenor” this weekend—Friday Feb. 21, and Saturday, Feb. 22.  The show will begin both nights at…

John Lacy retiring June 30

The Board of Education of the Excelsior Springs School District announced Friday that John Lacy will retire from his position as Superintendent of Schools on June 30 of this year.…

Council, board races draw four apiece

Filing for the April election of Excelsior Springs Board of Education and Excelsior Springs City Council seats closed on Tuesday with only one last-minute candidate throwing a hat into the…

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