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Attendance Data from August, 2012 is Center of State Inquiry for F-F District
The results of a state inquirysought by the Ferguson-Florissant School Board revealed that some attendance data for the school district had been changed in August, 2012 to increase the students attendance figures. But no one was named for changing those numbers. The district received a letter from the state that showed the attendance discrepancies from data on Aug.6, 2012. State officials will work with the district to fix the attendance figures.
Historic Florissant to Host House Tour Dec. 1
Historic Florissant, Inc. is hosting their 40th Christmas House Tour this year on Dec 1, the Sunday after Thanksgiving. This annual event is a major fundraiser for the not-for-profit organization, and marks the opening of the Christmas Season for many people.
Ferguson Citywalk will host a holiday celebration with free carriage rides through downtown Ferguson.
Visitors can also enjoy an ice sculpting demonstration, holiday music, and hot chocolate.
Come celebrate at Plaza 501, 501 S. Florissant Rd., Dec. 12 from 6 – 9 p.m.
The Ferguson Twilight Christmas House Tour will be held on Sunday, Dec. 8 from 3 – 7 p.m. Pearce Neikirk and Partners Realtors is sponsoring the tour.
Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 the day of the tour. Tickets can be purchased at Paul’s Market, Ferguson City Hall, and Corner Coffee House. They can also be purchased at Pearce Neikirk and Partners from noon – 4 p.m. on the day of the tour.
Ferguson Northern Lights Dec. 1 Includes
Christmas Market, Evening Parade
Ferguson will once again be holding the Northern Lights Celebration on Dec. 1, with a Christmas market, parade, and tree lighting ceremony.
F-F Board Informs State of Mo. of New Information on McCoy Leave
By Bob Lindsey
District patrons including parent and community leaders packed the Ferguson-Florissant Board of Education meeting Nov. 13 and voiced their vehement opposition to placing superintendent Art McCoy on administrative leave. The meeting was moved to McCluer North in anticiption of the crowd, which was estimated at around 1500.