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Approval Would Fund Infrastructure Upgrades
The Ferguson-Florissant School District has announced it will seek a no tax increase $31 million bond issue, Proposition I, in the upcoming April 7 election.
If approved, Proposition I would fund upgrades to the district’s infrastructure including security improvements, building repairs and renovations. A district spokesperson said the bond issue would also upgrade classroom technology to help the district deliver innovative instruction and learning opportunities that prepare students for 21st century careers. This would include conversion of a district school into a Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) Learning Center.
Dr. Bryan Davis of Columbus, Wis., and Dr. Joseph Davis of Plymouth, N.C.
will meet Ferguson-Florissant district stakeholders at events Jan. 29 & 30
Finalists will meet with stakeholders at events throughout the District
The Ferguson-Florissant School District will hold four public events next week to introduce finalists for the role of superintendent. District residents, administrators, teachers, civic leaders, faith leaders and other community leaders are encouraged to attend.
The Hazelwood School District (HSD) invites students, families and members of the community to the STEM Extravaganza on Saturday, Jan. 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Hazelwood Central High School, 15875 New Halls Ferry Road in Florissant. The event is free.
The Hazelwood School District presented its 2014 Pacesetter Awards to four schools for their participation in the District’s recent United Way of Greater St. Louis annual workplace giving campaign. The schools were recognized at the January 13 Board of Education meeting for having a minimum of 60 percent of the staff at that site donate to the campaign.
By Jim Wieners
Girls Basketball Teams at Hazelwood Central High and Incarnate Word Academy have at least 11 wins each prior to Martin Luther King Day (Jan. 19) and both teams have been on winning streaks.« Previous Entries