Paula Hough has been tapped as Manhattan-Ogden’s next executive director of teaching and learning.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board will hear an update on the district’s budget and give feedback to district personnel on what adjustments they’d like to see.
More area families are taking advantage of USD 383’s summer food program, and in June, the Manhattan-Ogden school district served 30,991 lunches, breakfasts and snacks.
Starting Monday, Manhattan-Ogden school district’s janitors, bus drivers and paraeducators will see 50-cent raises on their hourly rate.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board on Wednesday will consider increasing classified staff hourly pay rates by 50 cents as part of a two-phase plan to bring pay to what adminstrators say would be a more competitive level.
There are three things I remember about Marvin Marsh: His smile, his bearing, and his handshake. I’d rank it as the best handshake ever, and that’s saying something, since Ernie Barrett is in the same town.Mr. Marsh, who died last Thursday, was the longtime principal of Manhattan Junior High…
K-State, along with all other state schools, will not raise in-state undergraduate tuition rates for the 2019-20 school year, the Kansas Board of Regents decided Wednesday.
Yak, yak, yak. That might be a teenager’s description of the sound of some long-winded grownup – such as me. But yaks are actually a type of cattle. These animals originated in the Himalayas thousands of years ago. Now they are being raised and marketed by an innovative couple in rural Kansa…
Almost a decade of legal fighting is near the end after the Kansas Supreme Court ruled Friday that the Kansas Legislature had met the requirements for adequate and equitable school funding.
USD 383 Manhattan-Ogden teachers Dennis Eickoff and Cindy Norris recently completed the Seed to STEM workshop, sponsored by the Kansas Corn Commission.
The third candidate for the principal job at Theodore Roosevelt Elementary said Friday that although she doesn’t have as many years of experience as the other candidates, her experiences have prepared her.
The KSU Foundation Board of Trustees recently gave Jackie Hartman Borck and Lee Borck the Kansas State University Medal of Excellence awards.
The internal candidate for the Bergman Elementary principal position said Wednesday he has some ideas on how to make the school better, but wouldn’t jump right into implementing.
Maxwell Lansdowne: High Scholastic Achievement — 4.0 GPA, MHS; Kansas ACT Scholar, Kansas Board of Regents; Distinguished Scholar Award, Kansas State University; Designated State Scholar, Kansas Board of Regents; Davis-Parrott Scholarship, Manhattan-Ogden Foundation; KSHSAA Citizenship Award…
Several Manhattan-Ogden students placed in the Kansas History Day competition and will be going the National History Day competition in College Park, Maryland.