At a meeting Tuesday night, Mehlville Board of Education President Mark Stoner says he thinks the models could work well to incentivize teachers.
Patrick Ferris says he’ll donate the tips he collected during Game 3 at Busch Stadium to family who lost a home and child to fire.
Three people were inside the home at the time of the fire. The boy was rushed from the home in a stretcher and later pronounced dead at a hospital.
The Children’s Education Alliance of Missouri said Thursday that the five families mulling a suit against the Mehlville district have received suitable school assignments.
District Chief Financial Officer Ennis Moss says transportation will cost about $601,000 per year. He says it was a decision the district had to make quickly.
More than 2,600 students decided to transfer from the unaccredited Riverview Gardens and Normandy districts to better-performing districts.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) has also said it plans to sue both Mehlville and Kirkwood for turning down some students.
The Children’s Education Alliance of Missouri says three parents are ready to file a lawsuit if changes aren’t made regarding transfer students.
Both the NAACP and a small group of parents have planned lawsuits against the districts for turning down some students.
A lottery on Friday will determine whether they get their first choices or not.