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Fort Zumwalt South student kicks off soccer season

Fort Zumwalt South student Devin Livingstone continues to control the ball for the 2019 soccer season. So far this season, Livingstone has scored 12 goals for the Bulldogs and is on his way to beat his record 24 goals scored last season.

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Three FHSD schools make National Blue Ribbon list

The U.S. Department of Education has recognized Becky-David Elementary, Daniel Boone Elementary and Warren Elementary as National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2019. The Francis Howell schools received the prestigious award based on their high academic performance. Only five other elementary schools in Missouri received the award this year.

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Harvest Ridge Elementary receives $25,000 STEM grant

Harvest Ridge Elementary has been selected to receive a $25,000 grant from America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education, sponsored by the Bayer Fund. The grant is intended to increase engagement, accessibility and achievement in science, technology, engineering and math [STEM] fields.

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Lutheran High spirit squad hosts fundraiser

On Sept. 20, Lutheran High’s Sapphires Spirit Squad put on a fundraiser at the Future Cougar Night football game to raise money for the school’s upcoming state competition in Kansas City. They hope to put the funds toward new uniforms for the competition. The fundraiser offered the opportunity for future LHS students to dance with the Sapphires at the game and learn a fun halftime routine. Over 40 future Cougars attended, and the team was able to raise about $1,000.

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Francis Howell raises thousands for The BackStoppers Inc.

Francis Howell High hosted its 5th Annual First Responders’ Night football game on Friday, Sept. 6. The school took on the Kirkwood Pioneers while also raising money and awareness for The BaskStoppers, Inc. The organization's mission is to give financial assistance to families of fallen first responders.

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Dardenne Elementary students learn STEM skills

After winning a contest in 2018, representatives from Mastercard’s Girls4Tech visited technology teacher Stacey Sweeso’s classroom at Dardenne Elementary in mid-September. Representatives spent an hour with fourth grade girls and an hour with  fifth grade girls.

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