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Law poses changes for school schedules, summer tourism in 2020

Formerly known as House Bill 161 [HB 161], the newly passed legislation states that the first day of classes for local school districts can be scheduled no earlier than 14 days before the first Monday in September. This means, for the 2020-2021 school year, traditional school districts would be barred from starting before Aug. 24.

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Nationally recognized engineering apprenticeships available

Fort Zumwalt School District’s Engineering and Industrial Technology Department has established a nationally recognized Apprenticeship Program through the U.S. Department of Labor and Missouri Registered Apprenticeships. The program was founded to provide students with the necessary technical skills to be more prepared to enter careers upon graduation.

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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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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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Local ensembles head to state

Fort Zumwalt School District

Multiple music ensembles from the Fort Zumwalt school district are scheduled to make appearances at the Missouri Music Educators’ Association Conference in January, 2020. Specifically, the South High Chamber Choir, under the direction of Jason Martin, and the North Middle Eighth Grade Concert Band, under the direction of Patrick Stewart, were chosen to perform at the conference.

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St. Johns Bank announces scholarship winners

Fort Zumwalt School District

Graduating seniors Jasmine Destiny of Ritenour High, Rachel Etwaroo of Pattonville High School and Mackenzie Janes of Fort Zumwalt North High have been named recipients of a St. Johns Bank Excellence Scholarship. Each winner received a check for $1,000 as part of the scholarship.

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Foundation recognizes students for financial literacy

J. Todd Gentry and the MassMutual Foundation recently celebrated students in O’Fallon who participated in a digital financial education course at Fort Zumwalt Middle. The free FutureSmart SM digital curriculum was custom-made for middle schoolers and is available in both English and Spanish.

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