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Spelling Bee champs

Twenty-six fourth and fifth-graders from 13 Fort Zumwalt School District elementary schools gathered with family and friends at East High on Jan. 15 for the annual Spelling Bee.

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Fort Zumwalt seniors play at Grand Ole Opry

Fort Zumwalt South High seniors Ben Dufour and Kyle Spies traveled to Nashville, Tennessee, to play the Grand Ole Opry as members of the National Association for Music Education’s All-National Honor Ensembles on Oct. 29. The journey to Nashville began at the Metro 8 District Honors Band competition, where Dufour and Spies each won first chair on their respective instruments. That success advanced them to the All-State Band Audition in Columbia, where they each won chairs in the All-State Band. Dufour and Spies were among thousands of high school musicians to send in a taped audition for the national competition ...

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District sets priorities

The Fort Zumwalt Board of Education has approved its top 10 priorities for the 2014-15 school year. The board sets these goals at the beginning of each school year. Reviewing and updating curriculum is always a top priority; however, this year the district also will make industrial technology and physical education top priorities. Completing construction of the new transition center, recently named Mike Clemens Center for Adaptive Learning, as well as the new elementary school in Flint Hill also is a top priority for the district. The district also has plans to develop a pilot preschool program to be open ...

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International math leader visits Fort Zumwalt

Dr. Yeap Ban Har, of Singapore, paid a visit to the Fort Zumwalt School District on July 18 for a one-day conference as part of his summer professional development tour. He shared instructional, questioning, problem-solving and computational strategies used in Singapore math with nearly 100 elementary teachers, administrators and guests from around the St. Louis area and across the state.   Email this page

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Transition Center named in honor of former administrator

As plans continue to move forward for the Fort Zumwalt School District Transition Center, the Board of Education approved the name for the facility—The Mike Clemens Center for Adaptive Learning. “Mike Clemens was the real deal. He cared about his fellow man and showed it the way he lived his life, and the (way) he dedicated himself to the school district,” said Superintendent Bernie DuBray. “The Board recognized his 30 years of outstanding service to the district and wanted to do something that would give him credit for his contributions. The Transition Center was the perfect vehicle due to Mike’s ...

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