Livingston County School Employees Declared ESSENTIAL

The administrators, teachers, and staff at all Livingston county schools have been declared essential.  The declaration by the Livingston County Health Department was made this week and the Chillicothe R-II School Board meet Friday to work out the protocols necessary to have the staff and teachers that are quarantined, return to work beginning Monday, September 28th. Superintendent Dan Wiebers says […]

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COVID-19 Numbers For Livingston County

The Livingston County Health Center reports the number of COVID-19 cases for Livingston County is 165, with 29 active cases and 139 recovered.  There is also one death in Livingston County due to COVID-19. The Chillicothe Correction Center has reported 253 cases among the offenders and 2 active cases. The Health Center has also passed along information from Kansas City […]

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COVID-19 Testing In Cameron

A Drive Through Community COVID-19 testing will be September 26th in Clinton County.  This COVID-19 testing is open to any Missouri resident and is free of charge.  The testing will be in the Cameron High School parking lot from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm. Testing provided is PCR testing for current COVID-19 infection. There is no requirement that a person […]

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Chillicothe Middle School Moves To Hybrid Schedule Starting Monday

The Chillicothe Middle School will begin a Hybrid Teaching schedule for their students beginning Monday.  Superintendent Dan Wiebers says 30% of the students at the middle school have been quarantined, resulting in the changes. Wiebers says under the Hybrid Plan, they have split the students that will attend based on the primary parent’s LAST NAME. Under the plan, the Hybrid […]

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Chillicothe R-II’s Response to COVID-19

As the Chillicothe R-II School District is nearing a month of classroom time for the students, Superintendent Dan Wiebers reviewed their response to the ever-changing COVID-19 situation.  Mr Wiebers talked about some of the steps taken as they find out about students who have tested positive. Wiebers say they want to have the students in the classroom. He says they […]

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