First they're moving the dirt at Emporia State University. Then they'll bring in the sand.
Editor’s Note: Each October, The Emporia Gazette celebrates and highlights local women in business. This week, we talk to Flint Hills Technical College president Caron Daugherty.
Neighboring Chase County schools, which do not require masks, recently announced they will be “starting to do some remote learning again.” This prompted me to wonder: will Emporians have to return to remote learning again? I hope not.
Public schools across Kansas and the U.S. are looking hard for staff members. Now an Emporia State University educator wants to know exactly how serious the problem is.
Emporia State University celebrated the opening of the Bobbi and Steve Sauder Center for Entrepreneurial Development in its School of Business with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday afternoon.
A full-class quarantine will not change the way Chase County Schools handle masks in the classroom. But other things related to COVID-19 will change.
USD 253 Emporia Public Schools will continue with universal masking after a discussion at Wednesday’s board of education meeting failed to generate enough support to warrant a motion overturning the controversial mandate.