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Tools, tricks for tackling preschool

Preschool is a time for a lot of new beginnings for a young child. It’s also an adjustment period for parents as well. Here are some tips to help make the transition into a preschool environment manageable.

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Robotics team claims victory

Wentzville School District’s Ratchet Rockers Robotics Team 1706 won the Engineering Inspiration Award after competition in Knoxville, Tenn., from March 29-30.

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Students move to international STEM competition

Students in the Holt, Liberty and Timberland High HOSA [Future Healthcare Professionals] chapters competed in the Missouri HOSA State Leadership Conference at the Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla on March 25-26. Nineteen students also took home awards and qualified to move on internationally.

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Youth of the Year recipients celebrated

The Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Charles County announced the 2019 Youth of the Year and Junior Youth of the Year recipients. Ashleigh Bick-Dawes was named 2019 Youth of the Year and Mariah Diallo was named Junior Youth of the Year.

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Application open for summer CYCLE program

Cuivre River Electric Cooperative is looking for six high school sophomores to send to the Missouri Electric Cooperative CYCLE [Cooperative Youth Conference and Leadership Experience] program in summer of 2019.

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Local schools rank in math tournament

In partnership with MathLeague.org, St. Charles Community College hosted the 22nd annual area high school math tournament on Saturday, March 2. The event brought 12 area high schools and 50 students to SCC’s campus and was open to any student in grades nine through 12.

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Francis Howell schools recognized for PLTW

The Francis Howell School District also announced that Francis Howell High, Francis Howell Central High and Francis Howell North High have all been named Project Lead The Way [PLTW] Distinguished Schools for 2018-2019. The three Francis Howell School District schools are among 12 other high schools in Missouri to receive the distinction for 2018-2019.

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