FHN’s Zimmerman Wins Robert F. Kennedy High School Journalism Award
FHN’s Zimmerman Wins Robert F. Kennedy High School Journalism Award
04 June 2018
Robert F. Kennedy was a renowned advocate for human rights and social justice, and would have plenty to say if he were still with us today. His legacy, however, still lives, through the voices of those who speak for what is right. One of those people, FHN student Sarah Zimmerman, has been honored by the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organization with an annual journalism award. Zimmerman won the High School Print Article of the Year for her outstanding story, “One Incredible Goal.”
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Five FHSD Students Named Missouri Scholars 100
Five FHSD Students Named Missouri Scholars 100
23 May 2018
Five high school seniors from the Francis Howell School District have been selected for recognition as part of the 2018 Missouri Scholars 100, a program that honors 100 of Missouri’s highest achieving students. Jennifer Ferry from Francis Howell Central, Claire Frank and Erin Zhang from Francis Howell High, and Noah Slaughter and Caitlind Walker from Francis Howell North were among the elite students selected this year. Zach Miller from Francis Howell Central is an honorable mention scholar.
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Telling Stories and Making Memories – Deaf Storyteller Acts as Role Model for FHSD Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students
Telling Stories and Making Memories – Deaf Storyteller Acts as Role Model for FHSD Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students
16 May 2018
FHSD strives to provide equal learning opportunities for all students. Every student learns differently and it’s important to recognize that different abilities are not disabilities. By creating an even playing field for students and providing positive role models, it is possible to fortify strengths, identify opportunities for improvement, and kindle lasting friendships.FHSD strives to provide equal learning opportunities for all students. Every student learns differently and it’s important to recognize that different abilities are not disabilities. By creating an even playing field for students and providing positive role models, it is possible to fortify strengths, identify opportunities for improvement, and kindle lasting friendships.
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