Normandy School District
Two St. Louis-area school districts say they will admit previous transfer students from the Normandy School District.
St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley spoke at the first county council meeting since the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson and the outbreak of riots that followed.
A lawsuit seeking to allow more Normandy School District students to transfer out of the district gets its first hearing this morning.
The fair is planned for Thursday at Barack Obama Elementary School, and Saturday at Lucas Crossing Elementary Complex.
State officials say the struggling St. Louis County school district should be able to make it financially.
University City school board members have changed their mind about rejecting transfers students from Normandy.
A group of Normandy school district parents has filed suit over recent changes to student attendance rules that limit the number of pupils who can transfer to better-performing schools in other districts.
The Clayton School District will allow Normandy students to return next school year.
Its finances worsened this past year, in part, because of a state law that requires unaccredited districts to pay the costs of students choosing to transfer elsewhere.
The announcement follows a decision by the State of Missouri to replace the unaccredited Normandy School District with the newly formed Normandy School Collaborative on July 1.