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Scholarship opportunity offered

In honor of Black History Month, Regions Bank is offering the Regions Riding Forward® Scholarship Essay Contest to high school seniors and college students.

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My Favorite Teacher contest seeks nominations

Barnes & Noble has announced the start of its annual My Favorite Teacher contest, which provides middle and high school students the opportunity to tell their communities how much they appreciate their teachers.

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Poetry contest seeks submissions

Poets in area high schools have until March 1 to submit their work to the annual Beverly Hopkins Memorial Poetry Contest, sponsored by the St. Louis Poetry Center.

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Andrews Academy students battle for charity

The fourth-graders at Andrews Academy in Creve Coeur have been working on a business project inspired by the book “The Lemonade War” by Jacqueline Davies. The brother and sister in the book have a lemonade war for three days, battling to see who will earn the most profit.

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Innovation leads to STEM awards

Four local educators who are using innovative techniques to teach and inspire students about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields recently were recognized by the Missouri Mathematics and Science Coalition (MMSC) and the Monsanto Company.

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Westminster to launch new study abroad program  

Beginning in the summer of 2015, a group of 15-20 world language students from Westminster Christian Academy will have the opportunity to travel to China, France, Spain, or Korea to study for a week at an international school corresponding to their foreign language coursework.

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