To say that turnout last night at the St. Louis Public Schools' parent forum on possible major changes to district policy for next year was low would be an understatement.
The St. Louis Public School District won't see a change in its superintendent for the next three years.
The Special Administrative Board of the St. Louis Public School District announced this morning that Kelvin Adams, its current superintendent, has agreed to a three-year contract extension.
It's been an above-average winter for snowfall in St. Louis, and that's wreaking havoc with the schedules for area school districts.
By state law, Missouri students have to be in class for at least 174 days and 1,044 hours. Most districts build a few extra classroom days into the schedule in order to be able to call school in case of bad weather.
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