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Proposition N - Zero-Tax-Rate Bond Issue on April 4th Ballot

Proposition N, a zero-tax-rate-increase bond proposal, is on the April 4, 2017 ballot. If approved, Proposition N would provide $23 million to build a new school, new science/math labs at Jefferson and Washington Elementary schools, and improve the learning environments for students throughout the district. For more information, visit the Prop N-Normandy Now webpage. Don't forget - Election Day is April 4th!


 

NHS Thespian Troupe to Present Dreamgirls April 7 & 8

The Normandy High School Thespian Troupe 837 presents the musical Dreamgirls: All You Have to Do is Dream, 7 p.m. April 7 & 8 at Viking Hall. The spring production of Dreamgirls is the story of three black female soul singers crossing over to the pop charts in the early 1960s. You don't want to miss this! Click here for more information. 


 

Orchestra Earns Superior Rating at Music Festival

Congratulations to the Normandy 7th-8th Grade Center orchestra who recently earned a Superior/1 rating at the St. Louis Suburban Music Educators Association Large Group Festival. The orchestra was judged on the overall performance of the songs "Sword Dance" and "Crystal Moon," receiving a rating of 1/Superior (on a scale of 5 to 1, with 1 being the best). The orchestra is led by Normandy music teacher Mr. Charles Clements. #NormandyStrong


 

Save the Date: Summer School Enrollment Now Open

Enroll your child today for Normandy's Summer School program, JumpStart! This program, which runs from June 6 to July 11, is a FREE enrichment program designed to help students be prepared for the next school year with hands-on coursework in science, math, reading, and English Language Arts. Transportation and meals are provided. There are also incentives for students and parents to attend (Gift cards! Tablets! and More). Click on the photo to see the video which features Normandy students who participated in last year's Summer School.


Normandy Selected for Regional 'What's Right' Honor

The Normandy Schools Collaborative has been awarded the Focus St. Louis  2017 What’s Right with the Region Award. The Collaborative was recognized in the category, Fostering Regional Cooperation, for having “brought entities together to create a new synergy and improve efficiency and effectiveness.” For the complete story, click here.


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ICYMI - Normandy, 24:1 Featured on 'Pulse of St. Louis' TV Program

Normandy Superintendent Dr. Charles Pearson, Jefferson Elementary Principal Tina Clark-Scott were joined by Beyond Housing CEO & President Chris Krehmeyer and Cool Valley Mayor Viola Murphy for a recent taping of the public affairs program on KPLR-TV/Ch. 11. Host Shirley Washington led the discussion on progress in the Collaborative and the 24:1 communities and how this progress is setting the stage for more growth. To view the episode, click here.


Local News Station Features Jefferson Elementary Students, 'Hidden Figures' Film

Students at Jefferson Elementary were recently interviewed by Fox 2 News for a story on the impact the film Hidden Figures is having on students in Normandy. Several classes of students in Normandy have taken field trips to the 24:1 Cinema in Pagedale to view this historic drama. Click here to see the news story.


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Winter 2017 Connections Now Available Online

The latest edition of the Normandy Connections newsletter is now available online. Click here to see what's going on in the Collaborative!


Normandy APR Scores Continue Upward Trend

DESE recently released the state's Annual Performance Report with Normandy's score landing in the 'Provisionally Accredited' range! The Collaborative would like to thank the students, staff, families and community for their support over the last two years. But what does this mean for students? For the Collaborative? See the letter and story under District news.


 RBC presentation

St. Louis Regional Business Council Awards $25K Grant to Normandy

The St. Louis RBC recently held a press conference to award the final round of grants to several small businesses and four school districts in North St. Louis County. The event received media coverage from local outlets and featured a performance by the Normandy High School quartet, Inner Harmony. Normandy Superintendent Charles Pearson is shown here with RBC Executive Director Kathy Osborn, and St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger. Click here for more information.


  

24:1 Wins RWJF Culture of Health Prize!

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has awarded its Culture of Health Prize to the 24:1 Community (which includes the Normandy Schools Collaborative) in recognition of the holistic approach to developing healthy communities. Congratulations and thank you to all of our partners!

Click here for details.


 The Five Pillars

Accountability, Collaboration, Professionalism, Trust and Respect 

Normandy's five pillars support improved performance and achievement in the Normandy Schools Collaborative. Learn more here.