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The Hazelwood PTA Council, Hazelwood National Education Association (HNEA), and the Hazelwood School District launched the new Food For Thought program this week, a food pantry for students who are in need. This program will provide students who lack access to nutritious food at home with a reliable source of food for evenings, weekends, and other breaks from school.
The Hazelwood School District invites students, families and members of the community to the STEM Extravaganza Saturday, Jan. 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Hazelwood Central High School.
The STEM Extravaganza is a showcase of educational opportunities for students in kindergarten through 12th grade in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). You’ll get a chance to learn more about what your children are experiencing in the STEM disciplines in our District. Attendees can expect demonstrations and hands-on activities for all grade levels, exhibits, speakers, college representatives and more.
Ferguson-Florissant board president informs Art McCoy of reasons to consider his termination as superintendent
Ferguson-Florissant Board President has issued a statement today on a notice of charges of reasons for considering termination of Art McCloy’s contract as superintendent. The following is the letter from board president Paul Morris.
By Bob Lindsey
Expectations for another large crowd at the Ferguson-Florissant School Board meeting last Wednesday never materalized. Perhaps it was the very cold weather that night or just the fact there is really nothing new on the future of Art McCoy, who is still out on paid leave with the school district.
Fifth-grade students in the Hazelwood School District’s (HSD) gifted education program, GALACTIC, participated in a live web chat with Microsoft founder Bill Gates on Monday, Dec. 9. The hour-long web chat took place at the HSD Learning Center, 15955 New Halls Ferry Road.
Paul Morris, president of the Ferguson-Florissant Board of Education, this past week issued a new statement on the board action to place Supt. Art McCoy on paid leave as investigations continue in the matter. The full statement is as follows:« Previous Entries Next Entries »