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What financing options might be best for me? Contact us Most of Minnesota's human service programs are administered locally, at the county level. Contact DHS by phone. Contact DHS by email. DHS state division addresses. Minnesota county websites. Minnesota tribal websites. That said, no one deserves to die because of it. I didn't expect to be attacked personally because of a coment I have about the Broderick case! You can disagree with me without being insulting. I am not a crazy, bitter woman like Betty. I just feel I have a right to express my opinion about the other side of this case, that being Dan and Linda, and they were no angels.
Does anyone know whether or not Dan and Linda are buried together? I've heard they were not-that Linda's family buried her remains elsewhere even though Linda's name remained on the headstone. Why do you care where Linda is buried??
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Who the heck are you, 'guest poster'? Don't have the balls to show your real name?
I'm, just asking a question about Linda's burial site out of simple curiosity. If you can't deal with it, WHY are you even on a murder and crime forum, anyway? Take your fake moralistic self and get a life. You are the one who is pathetic-posting 2 different emails and posing as 2 different people? My god, I agree with you that Linda should not have been buried at all-I just asked a question! You are the one who is a pathetic jerk.
How about being honest and posting your real name??? This forum isn't as much fun as I thought it would be. Please delete all my comments. Thank you! How does one feel when all your life you dedicated yourself to your family, put your husband first to medical school then to law school, bore him four children and after all the success, screw you with a younger bitch-looking bimbo?
The husband cannot be justified for cheating her wife and she for killing her ex-husband. She was cheated over the settlement of divorce and separation of property and guess what? Read more posts remaining. Back to top. They are then judged not just on the solution, but their employability. We have also added a required 10th-grade course called Leadworthy to work on success skills our local employers have identified as needs in the current application pool.
With unemployment down to 2. Wildcat Nation has also grown in numbers and in needs. We have added a Career Education Counselor for grades and have added staff to meet the growth we are seeing in certain grade levels. At the same time, we have continued a healthy budget and continue to be leaders in teacher and support staff pay in the region and state.
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In fine, we are meeting the needs of a growing and changing group of students in ways never done before. We look forward to continuing growth within our community and meeting the needs of their future. Our school year is well under way, and we continue to grow and thrive. We were up by 41 students to 1, K students at the beginning of the school year. The largest growth was in the middle school grades, where our 6th grade has ballooned to just shy of students!
I'm often asked how one can get involved to support kids. We are more diverse than the majority of school districts in the state of Missouri. Yet, we thrive in part because of some great partnerships. We have volunteers at our buildings, we have community members who serve as Lunch Buddies to our kids, we have individuals that participate in groups that help kids like the Wright City Foundation or Care To Learn or via the Chamber or Unite Wright City. Just this month, we will have a 5K on September 8th put on by the Wright City Foundation to raise money for classroom grants.
And, we have so many volunteers helping out in our schools, led by East Elementary in Foristell. For those of you involved, thank you! If you are interested in getting involved, please reach out to us and we can help you help our collective future.
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By popular demand, we are reinstating the Connection being sent out to all homes 5 times a year! We will still post items to our online Connection from time to time, but we are excited about providing you with the information you said you love in the manner you prefer…the Connection!
The month is September, the weather is changing, the ball fields are full, and our kids are back in the swing of school. And we continue to grow wisely.
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Our high school students now have their own Chromebook. During the school day, we can range from 40 to 95 utilizing them at any given moment. Collaboration, computation, and engagement are still foundational pieces we work with. A friend recently said he drove a few hours to see the Corpse Flower at the Missouri Botanical Garden recently.
This is a flower only blooms every years. It grows to 10 feet tall and smells very bad.
He stood in line for 45 minutes to spend 5 minutes with it. Then, he asked himself…was it worth it? The answer is yes. Experiencing something in person is irreplaceable. A student can Google and view pictures of the Grand Canyon. Being present and feeling the vastness of this United States treasure is so much more visceral. So much more impactful. With that, as we continue to help our students prepare for an ever changing world, we need to help them develop 21 st century skills while at the same time help students interact with each other; to create with and without technology.
To read, think critically, and learn compassion for those around them. We also need to show compassion for our young people. Some of them have challenges that we can help with. He saw that some students have basic needs not met and that interferes with their ability to gain an education, and thus affecting their future prospects. We have a dunking booth at Strassenbash. Stop by, dunk Officer Catron or Mr.
Brown…or learn more. Another new program is the Lunch Buddy program.
We are asking for community leaders, business owners, and elected officials to sign up for this voluntary program where we would partner you up with a young person in our schools to be an informal mentor to someone who might need a smile. We would work with you to set up a lunch date in the cafeteria with that student 2 times a month…lunch is on us. Call A background check is required, but we will pay for that too!
It takes a strong community and school to raise our young people. We look forward to this new partnership.
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April is here, and the season are changing! Same is true of the school year. Excitement of the last 30 or so days is evident in the kids walking the halls. Confidence in their current year has grown. Nervousness and excitement of what next year brings is palpable. That is certainly true with our soon to be graduates. Thank you to all that participated in the Blue and Gold Auction on April 2 nd , raising tens of thousands of dollars for student scholarships.
The gap between what a family can afford and even borrow and the cost of post-secondary education has never been greater. Helping our young people remove the barriers to college is so valuable, and we in Wildcat Country are so appreciative for your kindness in this area. On April 6 th , 8 employers will convene an employer panel assembly for Juniors and Seniors.
They will share employment opportunities as well as tips for training, technical skills and soft skills. Later that night, on April 6 th , we will have 6 th grade orientation for current 5 th grade parents followed by a Parent Information Night on Drug Awareness. The latter event will be in the MS Gym and open to all patrons. Troy Narcotics Division of their Police Department will have the bulk of the meeting.
Our employers in Warren County recently listed drug free as their biggest need in the applicant pools. This is a health as well as employability topic. Come and learn from the experts what is out there, what to look for, and what to do if you find a loved on involved with one of the trending drugs in the metro area. If you receive the call, please take the 10 minutes or so to complete the survey.