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F-F District Remains Fully Accredited
But State Assessment Scores Decline
Board and District officials taking action
Results from the 2014 Missouri Annual Performance Report (APR) for the Ferguson-Florissant School District released Aug. 29 show a decline in the district’s overall score, despite gains in some areas. Ferguson-Florissant received 92 points out of a possible 140 points on the state’s annual assessment, or 65.7 percent.
Close friends and admirers were on hand to help celebrate Rosemary Straub Davison’s 96th birthday last week.
Jenny Fazio knew her classmates did not have trouble reading, yet they chose not to read or appreciate literature. For her Girl Scout Gold Award project, she wanted to change that.
The owners of the new Culver’s planned at 955 N. Lindbergh have announced that a ground breaking ceremony will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 4
Craig Culver, co-founder and CEO of the restaurant chain, franchise owners, Jim Shelton and Gary and Jill Beres, representatives from the Greater North County Chamber of Commerce and local city dignitaries will be on hand to break ground for the new restaurant. The Beres also own Culver’s restaurants in Waukesha, WI and in Columbia and St. Robert, MO.
Florissant to collect $10 for each municipal ordinance violation
By Carol Arnett
The Florissant City Council passed a bill Monday night allowing the municipal court to collect $10 for each municipal ordinance violation. The money will be used to for land, construction, maintenance and upkeep of a municipal courthouse.
Business Fund set up
By Pat Lindsey
For the past 37 years, North County, Inc. has represented the 375,000 residents of North County in economic development. As president and CEO of that organization, Rebecca Zoll takes the duties outlined in her job description very seriously. And with the recent upheaval in Ferguson, Zoll and NCI are now taking on new responsibilities, including fundraising to help Ferguson area businesses hurt by the vandalism and closings.« Previous Entries Next Entries »