Charlie Brennan – Thursday, August 8th – Dr. Ray Davis on Epi Pens in Schools; and Mo. State Reps. Rick Stream and Bob Burns on Student Transfers and the Law
Charlie talks with Dr. Ray Davis about legislation requiring schools to have epi pens in the event of severe allergic reactions in children while at school; and with Mo. State Rep. Rick Stream & Mo. State Rep. Bob Burns about student transfers into Kirkwood and Mehlville.
Two unaccredited St. Louis County school districts now know exactly how many students they’re losing.
A lottery on Friday will determine whether they get their first choices or not.
State Rep. Mark Parkinson says if they really want the power to veto student transfers from Normandy, he will propose the legislation.
Dr. Knost says most local educators thought that the flow of transfer applications would have slowed by now, but instead it keeps growing.
“There are a lot of people in Francis Howell that don’t feel the way you saw the people on the news,”
In the message Dr. Eric Knost answered FAQs about the student transfer issue and clarified exactly what the Missouri Supreme Court decision means
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.
Parents, packing the Francis Howell Central High School gymnasium, leapt to their feet with an almost regular rhythm Thursday night.