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District adds entrance safety feature

For the 2014-15 school year, the Francis Howell School District has installed buzz-in systems at the main and student entrances at each high school. The buzz-in system includes an intercom and a camera. After the start of school each day, all doors to the school will be locked and the only points of entry to the building will be through ...

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New math program for elementary students

The Francis Howell School District (FHSD) will implement a new elementary math program called enVision Math this fall. The new math program will provide increased rigor and will meet the needs of  high-achieving students as well as those who need additional time and support. As with any academic programming, the new math program will be aligned to FHSD and state ...

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Schools receive positive attention

Six schools in the Francis Howell School District (FHSD) have been recognized  for successfully adopting and implementing Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support (SW-PBS), a comprehensive approach for improving student behavior and academic performance. Becky-David Elementary, Central Elementary, Henderson Elementary, Warren Elementary, Hollenbeck Middle School, and Saeger Middle School were honored on June 11 at the Missouri SW-PBS Recognition Ceremony in conjunction ...

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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 ...

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FHHS student attends film camp

Francis Howell student Sadie Anderson attended the University of Tulsa’s Filmmaking Camp last month. The workshop, hosted by the TU Department of Film Studies in July, featured training on the art, craft and business of the film industry for high school students. The filmmaking camp provided students with an opportunity to produce and screen their own short films, working closely ...

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Youth orchestra now auditioning

Area marching band students are invited to join the St. Charles County Youth Orchestra (SCCYO) this fall. SCCYO will hold auditions on Aug. 9-10 at Lindenwood University’s J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts. SCCYO will work with the marching band schedule and offer a tuition discount. The orchestra also is looking for all levels of strings, winds and percussion. For ...

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Students participate in CYCLE program

More than 100 high school students from across Missouri participated in the Cooperative Youth Conference and Leadership Experience (CYCLE) program held July 9-11 in Jefferson City. Local delegates sponsored by Cuivre River Electric Cooperative (CREC) included Hannah Baalman, Dardenne Prairie; Sofia Ezeamii, Lake Saint Louis; Allison Foster, Weldon Spring; Alexa Jones, O’Fallon; and Madison Jones, O’Fallon. The CYCLE program is ...

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Rockwood counselor introduces First Lady Michelle Obama

Lafayette High guidance counselor Sharon Sevier is passionate about her work. “I love working with my students and their families,” she explained. That passion has led to her involvement in the American School Counselor Association. She is chair of the association’s Board of Directors and helps set the vision for the national association and the school counseling profession. This summer, ...

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Kranzberg Memorial Scholarship awarded

Sullivan High School senior, member of Congregation Temple Israel (Creve Coeur) and NFTY (Reformed Jewish Teens), Tyler Andreasson, has been named as a recipient of the 17th Annual Meyer and Marcelle Kranzberg Memorial Scholarship Award, according to the Anti-Defamation League for Missouri and Southern Illinois. Andreasson will receive a $2,000 college scholarship and will attend Indiana University in the fall. ...

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Eagle Scout celebration

Connor Jenkins, of Boy Scout Troop 623, celebrated his Court of Honor on May 24 at St. John’s United Church of Christ in Chesterfield. The Court of Honor celebrated Jenkins accomplishments, including the Eagle Scout Award he received in August of 2013. The Eagle Scout Award is the highest award in Boy Scouts, recognizing the knowledge and leadership skills of ...

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