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Students at each of the three high schools in the Ferguson-Florissant School District engaged in peaceful protests today in response to recent events in Ferguson.
Beginning shortly after 8 a.m., approximately 300 to 400 students at McCluer High School and 150 to 200 students at McCluer North High School participated in demonstrations.
North County Christian School students, parents, and staff came together Nov. 7 for their annual Crusaders Serve Day.
With tensions high among all parties including the police, the protestors, and government officials awaiting the pending decision by the county grand jury on the Michael Brown shooting, one important community structure has remained constant—and that’s the North County churches.
The Ferguson-Florissant School District’s Board of Education honored the achievements of students, staff and community members at its monthly board meeting.
The following individuals were honored:
McCluer High School student Anitra Adams was recently named Outstanding Participant in the National Achievement Scholarship program. She scored in the top three percent of the 160,000 African-American students who took the exam.
Trinity High to Host Forum on
Unrest, Peace and Justice on Nov. 13
How do we talk to our children about moving through unrest to peace and justice?
This follow up event to the event held at St. Rose Philippine Duchesne Church in early October will be held Thursday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. at Trinity High School
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.« Previous Entries Next Entries »