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Anjuli Farha, who is ranked third in her class, scored 2090 on the SAT and 34 on the ACT.
Junior Logan Willis won the competition with a recitation of “Degrees of Gray in Philipsburg” by poet Cornelius Eady.
Kaitlyn Pluff, a fifth-grader whose teacher is Eric Bowen, won the competition with the word “authoritative.” Fourth-graders Kimberly Welch placed second, and Anna Bohnert placed third.
All Affton Kindergarten classes are full-day and offered at no cost.
Representing 14 different colleges and universities, the undergrads and graduate students fielded questions about their academic and extracurricular experience.
The legislators toured the school district's new education building.
Representatives from Affton First Baptist Church, Salem Lutheran Church and other houses of worship met with school officials this month.
The grant will provide one iPad per two students in the classrooms of two eighth grade teachers.
Here are instructions for how to file as a candidate.
See which Gotsch Intermeidate School third graders competed in the spelling bee.
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