Francis-Howell School District
Two students are among three people taken to hospitals after a morning school bus accident on Highway 94 at Wolfrum Road.
Area school districts are again allowing transfer students from Normandy to enroll in their schools, but one St. Charles County school district is making it more difficult than others.
A lawsuit seeking to allow more Normandy School District students to transfer out of the district gets its first hearing this morning.
The 400 students who transferred to the Francis Howell School District will no longer be able to attend school there.
A new lawsuit seeks to block the public from voting on a proposed constitutional amendment that would limit tenure protections for public school teachers.
School districts throughout the St. Louis area took a critical look at safety and security of their school buildings following the shootings in Newtown, Conn. on December 14th, 2012.
Charlie Brennan – Wednesday, July 17th – Pro/Con on Student Transfers; Mike Shannon; Nat’l Horseshoe Pitcher’s Hall of Fame in Wentzville, MO
Charlie hosts a pro/con on the student transfer plan; he talks with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon. Did you know the Nat’l Horseshoe Pitcher’s Assn. Hall of Fame is located right in Wentzville? Charlie and Debbie talk with Member Robert Diekamp.
Charlie Brennan – Tuesday, July 16th – Gary U.S. Bonds; Controversy Over Senior Housing Complex in Oakville; Student Transfers; Mark Sawyier, CEO of Bonfyre
Charlie talks with Rock ‘n Roll Legend Gary U.S. Bonds; Charlie and Debbie discuss the controversy over the low-income senior housing complex in Oakville; Charlie talks more about student transfers; and the 18th in a series on growing entrepreneurism in the STL region with Mark Sawyier of Bonfyre.
Charlie Brennan – Friday, July 12th – Jerry Schlichter on 401(k) fees; Francis Howell public hearing; 3 Brits kayaking the Mississippi R.
Charlie talks with STL Att’y Jerry Schlichter about limiting 401(k) finder’s fees; Charlie and Debbie talk about the public hearing last night at Francis Howell; and they talk with 3 young Brits kayaking down the Mississippi R. to raise money for Help for Heroes.
Rep. Chrissy Sommer says it would be an added expense for the Francis Howell School District during a time of financial crisis and that the move would be disorienting to Normandy students.