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Bommarito Ford’s Grand Opening Honors Hazelwood,
Text and photos by Bob Lindsey
As part of the The Bommarito Automotive Group grand opening June 17 at the all-new redesigned Bommarito Ford “superstore” on Dunn Road, the dealership showed its continued support to Hazelwood by giving the city two new Ford vehicles, one for the Dare program, the other for Hazelwood Police’s Citizen Patrol. Bommarito officials and several from Ford’s corporate headquarters in Detroit came for the gala opening of the new dealership and building that once was the site of Valley Ford.
Hazelwood West Teams Win
Five District Titles In 2015-16
By Jim Wiener
Hazelwood West High School Sports teams took home five District Championship Plaques while another team qualified for Sectionals.
Soccer was one sport that Hazelwood West swept. The Wildcats won Class Four, District Five Boys and Class Four, District Four Girls. Both teams fell in the sectionals including Hazelwood West Boys Soccer falling to eventual Class Four State Champion Francis Howell.
Hazelwood District Begins New Student Enrollment July 11
The Hazelwood School District (HSD) will begin enrollment for new students on Monday, July 11 for the 2016-2017 school year. Enrollment will continue throughout the summer. The first day of school is Wednesday, Aug. 10.
Hazelwood Police Target Impaired
Drivers with Sobriety Checkpoints
Members of the Hazelwood Police Department will be conducting numerous high-visibility DWI sobriety checkpoints throughout the City this upcoming summer. The first checkpoint is scheduled for the weekend of June 10. Several other checkpoints have been scheduled for July and August with plans to supplement them with saturation patrols.
Hazelwood Central Girls Track
Take 2nd, Hazelwood West Boys 4th
By Jim Wieners
Coming off a disappointing 10th-place finish last year after winning a number of meets including district and sectional Hazelwood Central Girls Track & Field scored their school-best 76 points May 27-28 in a state championship meet held this year at Jefferson City High and were seven points better than Class Three State Champion McCluer South-Berkeley (69).
Nine Hazelwood School District (HSD) schools were among 216 Missouri public schools and public charter schools recognized by state education officials for their successful adoption and implementation of Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support (SW-PBS), a comprehensive approach for improving student behavior and academic performance.« Previous Entries Next Entries »