Normandy School District

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Superintendent Optimistic for Normandy School District

This April, Normandy is expected to go broke, but Superintendent McNichols has hope that they may last until the last day of school.

04/02/2014

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Students, Community Mobilize for Normandy

Normandy School District is wrapping up a week of rallies and celebrations, unifying the district that’s trying not to fall apart.

03/14/2014

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Senate Reduces Aid to Normandy to $1.5M

The district contended they would have to have $5 million to make it through the academic year without becoming insolvent. The House approved the $5 million, but the Senate didn’t go along.

03/11/2014

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Missouri House Approves Mid-Year Spending Bill to Fund Normandy

The bill Thursday includes money to keep Normandy School District afloat.

03/06/2014

A Normandy resident holds a sign at a meeting at Normandy High School on November 11, 2013 (KMOX News/Allison Blood).

Normandy Closer to a Cash Transfusion from the State

Normandy is one step closer to getting the funds it needs to stave off bankruptcy.

03/04/2014

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Normandy District Offers Up a Plan

Normandy School District Superintendent Ty McNichols presented to a crowd of about 300 Saturday his plan for reforming and moving the district toward full accreditation.

02/01/2014

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Charlie Brennan – Tuesday, January 28th – Daphne Dorsey of Normandy School District Discusses Bankruptcy and $130,000 Lobbyist; STL Att’y Laura Long on Mizzou Rape and Suicide Case; Bevis Schock on Charlie’s Speed Camera Ticket Case; and Entrepreneur Jeremiah Raber, creator of NutShellz

Charlie and Debbie talk Normandy School District Spokesperson Daphne Wright about their newly-hired $130,000 lobbyist; Charlie talks with STL Att’y Laura Long about the Mizzou rape and suicide case; with STL Att’y Bevis Schock about his speed camera ticket case; and with Entrepreneur Jeremiah Raber, creator of NutShellz, the world’s strongest athletic cup.

01/28/2014

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Troubled Missouri School Pays For Lobbying

An unaccredited St. Louis-area school district facing possible bankruptcy could pay as much as $130,000 for lobbying efforts while urging Missouri lawmakers to approve a financial rescue.

01/27/2014

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Consultant To Release Mo. School Proposal

A private education reform group is preparing to release its recommendations for turning around Missouri’s unaccredited school systems.

01/11/2014

A less packed Normandy Public Schools meeting this month. Meeting is for parents/teachers to ask DESE questions.  (KMOX/Allison Blood)

Lackluster Turnout at Missouri Education Dept. Meeting in Normandy

Missouri Education Commissioner Chris Nicastro says she is “open to any and every idea.”

12/12/2013

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