From the Francis Howell School District Website:
The daily life of a new high school freshman can be challenging. Balancing homework and extra-curricular activities on top of a personal and family life can be difficult for anyone. But for Carter Hinkle, a freshman at Francis Howell High School, there is all of that and a much bigger challenge - fighting a battle against cancer.
40 students selected from St. Charles County
The Cuivre River Electric Community Trust Board is funding a record amount of college scholarships in 2018.
This year, 70 students from the cooperative’s four-county service area are receiving scholarships totaling $69,750.
This is the largest amount of scholarship money awarded in a single year through the Operation Round Up program. More than 140 applications were submitted. Last year, $52,500 in scholarships was awarded to 70 students.
Francis Howell High School marketing teacher and DECA advisor Larry Anders has been named the 2018 Marketing Educator of the Year by the Missouri Marketing & Cooperative Education Association (MCEA). The honor recognizes his significant contributions to quality programming that has resulted in high student achievement in marketing and cooperative education.
One-hundred and six high school students participated in Missouri's 55th annual Missouri Electric Youth Tour to Washington, D.C., June 8-14.
Local delegates were Jessie Jarvis, Marthasville; Faith Van Horn, Warrenton; Nathan Nordwald, Warrenton; Rishi Kondapaneni, Dardenne Prairie; Isabella Linstruth; Warrenton, and Madelyn Guss, Truxton. They were sponsored by Cuivre River Electric Cooperative, Troy.
The Francis Howell School District is proud to announce that Francis Howell High School, Francis Howell Central High School, and Francis Howell North High School have all been named Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Distinguished Schools. The three FHSD high schools are among only 11 high schools in Missouri to have received this Distinction for 2017-18.
At the most recent Court of Honor for Boy Scout Troop 856 from Immaculate Heart of Mary, Aaron Apple was recognized for his life saving actions in the summer of 2015.