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Trinity, Berkeley Football Get Week 1 Off

jim's logo copyby Jim Wieners

Trinity Catholic High School and McCluer South-Berkeley Football went the farthest in the State Football Playoff Championships last season from North County.

In addition, is this what they get to start the 2017 season, the first week off? They Do.

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North County Catholic Schools Get New Director

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Rick Danzeisen, Director of North County Elementary Schools

One of the first steps toward implementing a Renaissance for Catholic Schools in North County has been taken: a new Director of North County Elementary Schools joined the Catholic Education Office this summer.

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Florissant Golfer Wins Senior City Championship

florrissant   Florissant Golf Club golfer Skip Wilson duplicated the accomplishment of another Florissant Golf Club player Dave Estes by winning the Senior Division in the 2017 St. Louis City Championship hosted by the Forest Park Golf Course July 29-30.

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Ferguson-Florissant District Opens STEAM Academy For Gifted Students

STEAM logo no background   The Ferguson-Florissant School District (FFSD) celebrated the opening of its new middle school, the STEAM Academy, with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10:30 a.m., on Friday, Aug. 4. led by FFSD Supt. Joseph Davis along with board members, other FFSD staff, and elected officials.

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Old Town Walk Through History Plaque will Honor Kenneth Otto

FOTPlogo_ws1Mayor Thomas P. Schneider announced that the City, along with Old Town Partners, will host a dedication to unveil a plaque in honor of the late Kenneth J. “Ken” Otto.

This will be the 31st Walk Through History plaque in honor of someone who has made a valuable contribution to the City of Florissant. The ceremony, located at 330 rue St. Francois, will be held on Wed., Aug. 30 at 5:45 p.m.

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$1.7 Million Grant Awarded to Improve Academics & Reduce Violence Among Teenagers

   The St. Louis County Department of Public Health has been awarded a 4-year, $1.7 million grant to implement and evaluate efforts to improve academic performance and reduce violence among teenagers.

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