FHSD Named to AP District Honor Roll
FHSD Named to AP District Honor Roll
12 December 2017
The Francis Howell School District has been honored by the College Board with placement on the 8th Annual AP (Advanced Placement) District Honor Roll. FHSD is one of only three school districts in Missouri and one of only 447 in North America to achieve this distinction. To be included on the 8th Annual Honor Roll, the District had to increase the number of students participating in AP while also increasing or maintaining the percentage of students earning AP Exam scores of 3 or higher. Reaching these goals indicates that FHSD is successfully identifying motivated, academically prepared students who are ready for Advanced Placement. This is the fourth time that FHSD has been named to the prestigious list.
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FHN Nurse Connie Robertson Assists in Correctly Diagnosing Student
FHN Nurse Connie Robertson Assists in Correctly Diagnosing Student
06 December 2017
It’s not every day that a school nurse can help assist in correctly diagnosing a student with a serious medical condition. An average day consists of administering medications, updating immunization records, providing first aid services, and evaluating health needs. But as FHN school nurse Connie Robertson began assessing Elizabeth Stallings during a suspected asthma attack on the first day of the 2016-17 school year, it became clear that something more was happening. “Elizabeth got to school and started feeling really sweaty and out of breath, with her heart racing,” said Hyman Stallings, her father. “We had never experienced this before, other than when she was doing activities.” Previously Elizabeth had been diagnosed with sports-related asthma after visiting multiple asthma and heart doctors.
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Henderson DisABILITIES Awareness Week
Henderson DisABILITIES Awareness Week
06 December 2017
Every year, Henderson Elementary doesn’t just tell students about people with disabilities, they actually help them understand with first-hand experiences. The main lesson is simple – we all have abilities and disabilities, but we’re all people. Accordingly, that’s also how we should treat others, like people. In fact, at Henderson Elementary, the term is “DisABILITY,” putting an emphasis on the “ability” within us all. With guest speakers and a day of unique PE classes, Henderson’s DisABILITIES Awareness Week taught students an important lesson about empathy.
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