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Governor Jay Nixon congratulated students and administrators in the Hazelwood School District during a visit at Hazelwood West High School on Oct. 23. Nixon held a student round table discussion about public education and took questions from West High students about college and career readiness, MAP scores, grade point averages and other educational topics.
Trinity Catholic High School, the only co-ed St. Louis Archdiocesan high school in North County, will hold an Open House from 12 noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 2.
Virtually 100 percent of Trinity students graduate from high school, and nearly 99 percent continue on to post-secondary education, including universities such as Stanford, Georgetown, Northwestern and more than 75 selective and highly selective universities and colleges across the country.
The Little Creek Nature Area, located at 2295 Dunn Road, will host a fun, free family event on Sat., Oct. 25 from 9 a.m. to noon. The event is open to the public.
The Ferguson-Florissant School District’s Board of Education recently approved the formation of the
Ferguson-Florissant Foundation for Education (FFFE), which will focus on enhancing community support and expanding resources that enrich teaching, inspire learning, and maximize opportunities for all district students.
A task force is being formed in the Ferguson-Florissant School District to consider what the focus will be for a proposed $20 million bond issue that will be sought in the district next April.« Previous Entries