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Goddard students share their thoughts on ‘When I Grow Up’

Preschoolers from The Goddard School throughout the St. Louis area celebrated their future selves through the “When I Grow Up” campaign. During the week-long campaign, the students explored what they want to be when they grow up. Classrooms engaged in activities based on careers that were featured in a particular classroom. For example, students in the paleontologist room dug for dinosaur bones, chefs pretended to cook, and astronauts studied the moon and worked on a sensory table. Some of the schools even had visitors in each field to speak about their careers. Some of the careers that The Goddard School ...

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Scholarship awarded in essay contest

Krista Hartmann, a former teacher and a mother of two college-age children, knows the hard work high school students put into their college preparation. She also knows about the high cost of higher education. For these reasons, she started the Hartmann Scholarship essay contest. Students submitted essays using the prompt, “What home means to me.” Marquette High senior Jazzie Adler won the contest, including a $500 scholarship, which will help in her secondary educational pursuits at Lipscomb University, where she plans to major in elementary education. Adler is active in the community and has devoted time to St. Louis Dream ...

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Cookies for a cause at Lafayette High

Lafayette High students baked and sold cookies for a cause in April, raising money for the Lawrence Strawbridge Foundation. The foundation was formed after the tragic death of student Lawrence Strawbridge in August 2016.

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Two Rockwood counselors honored

Ellisville Elementary Counselor Michelle Shaw was announced as Rockwood's 2017 Elementary Counselor of the Year. Wild Horse Elementary Principal Patrick Fisher was given the 2017 Rockwood Counseling Advocate of the Year award.

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