Normandy School District

Superintendent Resigns
4:12 pm
Thu October 18, 2012

Superintendent Of Troubled Normandy School District To Step Down

The gates of Normandy High School, one of the institutions in the Normandy School District.
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The superintendent of the Normandy School District in St. Louis announced that he will be stepping down in June.

In a letter to the school board today, Dr. Stanton Lawrence cited personal and family reasons for his resignation. This is his fifth year as superintendent. His contract was set to expire in 2015.

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Minority Health - Asthma
11:46 am
Thu October 11, 2012

St. Louis County To Receive $30,000 For Asthma Education In Normandy Schools

According to the CDC, about seven million U.S. young people have asthma.
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The St. Louis County Department of Health will receive $30,000 for asthma education and outreach in the Normandy School District.

The grant from the Environmental Protection Agency is part of $1.2 million in funding to 32 state and local governments, tribes, and non-profit organizations for indoor air quality projects.

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Education
11:31 am
Tue September 18, 2012

Normandy School District loses accreditation

The gates of Normandy High School, one of the institutions in the Normandy School District.
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The Missouri Board of Education has voted unanimously to strip the accreditation from another St. Louis-area school district.


Normandy schools had been under provisional accreditation for the past year, but had been “on thin ice,” in the words of State Board Member Peter Herschend (R, Branson).  He says the district has again failed to meet the minimum nine out of 14 performance standards required for accreditation.


“If you look at the academic results in all of the core content areas, save one, they are at the bottom end of attainment," Herschend said.  "Do I think that’s significant?  You’re damn right I think that’s significant!”

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Education / Normandy
3:00 pm
Tue September 20, 2011

State Board: Normandy School District accreditation to keep provisional status, for now

The gates of Normandy High School, one of the institutions in the Normandy School District.
(via Google Maps screen capture)

The State Board of Education has voted unanimously to keep the Normandy School District in St. Louis County provisionally accredited.

Normandy may retain that status for up to a year -- however, the State Board could also choose to revoke the provisional accreditation entirely at any time during the next year.  State Board Member Peter Herschend says Normandy schools are improving, but not enough to warrant full accreditation.

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