Are you between the ages of 14 and 24 and looking for a job? And not just any job. This is the question today's speaker, Cliff Atterberry, and the Missouri Job Center are asking. Atterberry is the youth career manager at the Missouri Job Center, which has been operating in Fulton for just two months. The Missouri Job Center provides free support to help individuals learn new skills and gain experience. Atterberry focuses his attention on those individuals who are between
The Fulton Public Schools Foundation was established in 2003 to create a private commitment to public education as a resource for matching the educational needs with the resources of dedicated contributors. The Fulton Public Schools Foundation is a non-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose purpose is to accept non-public funding to assist with specific school district programs and projects. Strong public schools are an investment in our community and our future. Thanks to
If robots take over the world someday, members of the Fulton Robots Club may have helped build them.
Students from Fulton High School's FRC impressed a room full of adults with their technical know-how during Wednesday's Fulton Rotary Club meeting. "They code the robot and make it move," faculty supervisor Jim Hall said. "The teachers step back and let the kids do their thing." Several members present explained their roles on the team: Martin Morard, senior, was the bot's dr