To support growing sales, Amazon will open its first Missouri fulfillment center just a few miles north of St. Charles Community College in St. Peters. The more than 800,000 square foot facility will reportedly create more than 1,500 local jobs.
From Woodworking to Coding, 3D Printing to Movie Making, Masterchef Cooking to Broadway Musical camps and LEGO Robotics Engineering to Creative Chemistry, kids and teens will find something to inspire and motivate them at SCC.
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.
Peoples Savings Bank has announced it will offer five (5) $1,000 scholarships to be awarded in May, 2018. Students attending the following schools are eligible to apply: Seniors attending a high school, public or private, in the cities of Hermann, Montgomery City or New Haven; Seniors residing in the New Melle Fire Protection District attending a private high school or attending Francis Howell High School; Seniors attending or residing within the boundaries of the Wentzville Liberty High School or Fort Zumwalt West High School. Children of bank employees are also eligible to apply.
The New Melle Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting applications for scholarships for the 2018-2019 school year. Four scholarships of $1000 each will be awarded this year to students attending an accredited trade school, vocational/technical school, community college or college/university.
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.
The Francis Howell School District Board of Education has unanimously voted to place a 48-cent operating levy increase on the April 3, 2018, ballot. If “Proposition Learn” is approved, the adjusted operating levy of the District is estimated to be $4.66 per $100 of assessed valuation. A simple majority is required to approve the increase in the operating levy in the April election.