Ferguson-Florissant School DistrictPublic School in Florissant, Missouri
On Wednesday, May 16, 14 students from all three high schools were inducted into the Ferguson-Florissant School District’s new district-wide mentoring initiative, My Brother’s Keeper. The initiative is inspired by former President of the United States, Barack Obama’s program, My Brother’s Keeper.
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Congratulations to McCluer AJROTC senior instructor Colonel Darrell Gray and Cadets Shelbie Edwards, Tiara Worshim and Erin Stroud, and Keylana Jenkins for being honored by the Daughters of the American Revolution during their annual awards ceremony. To read more: https://www.fergflor.org/site/default.aspx…
On Tuesday, May 15, students, staff, and families at Halls Ferry Elementary School gathered for an evening filled with creativity during their Fine Arts Night. Families from all across the school came to support and celebrate the work that their students have created throughout the semester. There were many activities held that evening including an art raffle, a barbeque dinner, rock painting, an outdoor orchestra and band concert, and a display of art all across the hallways of Halls Ferry. The Halls Ferry Family had a great time sharing their art with each other, and celebrating the work of other students.
Middle school students from Berkeley Middle School, Cross Keys Middle, and Ferguson Middle School participated in the Ferguson-Florissant School District first inter-district track meet yesterday evening. Thanks to the JJ Watt Foundation for their generous donation for our scholar-athletes.
On Monday, May 14, Cross Keys Middle School celebrated their students who read over 1M words this school year! Their celebration for reading eventually became a gathering space to share more stories about books they've read, and are currently reading!
Congratulations to McCluer's Troy Staten (right), who is among four metropolitan area students selected to receive the WOW Award at the High School Musical Theatre Awards at the Fox Theatre in June. WOW awardees are selected by a group of professional actors. McCluer is the only PUBLIC school in the St Louis area that will have a student receiving the award. Congratulations are also extended to Tony Merritt (left), who was selected as the alternate nominee for Best Actor in a Musical for the St Louis bi-state area.