Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Incumbents Sam Sciortino and Tom Appelbaum kept their Parkway School Board seats in the April 2 election.
UPDATED 12:50 p.m., Wed., April 3- Voters decided Tuesday that incumbent Parkway School Board members Sam Sciortino and Tom Appelbaum should keep their positions. Voters selected two of the eight candidates running for the open seats in the Parkway School Board election. Board members serve three-year terms. Sciortino received the most votes, with 5,049 votes, or 21.26 percent. Appelbaum garnered 3,596 votes, or 15.14 percent. School board candidate Jenifer Clifton wasn't far behind with 3,338 votes, or 14.05 percent, but there were only two open seats. Patch reached out to both re-elected school board members Tuesday night, but it was after 10 p.m. when election results came in. Patch was able to reach Appelbaum who was watching the …
Saturday, March 9, 2013
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Saturday, March 2, 2013
Parkway's 2013 Teacher of the Year award goes to three teachers that work with Creve Coeur area students. Sam Skibbe, music teacher at Craig Elementary, was also named the district's Teacher of the Year.
The following infomation regarding the 2013 Teacher of the Year award was provided by the Parkway School District in a news release. The Parkway School District has selected its 2013 elementary, middle, high school and district teachers of the year. Sam Skibbe, music teacher at Craig Elementary, was named the 2013 Elementary and District Teacher of the Year for Parkway. Skibbe has been with Parkway and teaching at Craig Elementary for two years. Craig Principal Bill Senti said, “What sets Sam apart is how clear he makes it to everyone that he dreams of providing opportunities for all students to grow musically and that he truly believes that all of his students can grow with him.” Skibbe will go on to represent the district in the …
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Mikah Andrew Palmer was born to parents, Jesse and Brittany Palmer of Florissant early Tuesday.
The following information was provided by the Mercy Hospital St. Louis Media Relations Staff: Mercy Hospital St. Louis celebrates the first baby of the New Year in St. Louis. Mikah Andrew Palmer was born to parents, Jesse and Brittany Palmer of Florissant. He arrived at 12:13 a.m., weighing 8 pounds, 7 ounces. Grandparents are Paul and Stella Ramsaroop of St. Louis; Robert and Barb Osborn of Troy, Ill.; and Peter Palmer of St. Peters. See Also:
From the leadership change at Ladue Schools to the Senior PGA Championship at Bellerive, here's a look at some of the places and faces we're interested in as we head into 2013.
Welcome to 2013. I guess the Mayans were wrong, huh? As we embark on a new year, here's a look at 10 storylines we'll be following. Think we've missed something? Tell us in the comment section. Creve Coeur faces a tricky balance of how to handle business and development interests with nearby residential concerns. The poster-child for that in 2012, Delmar Gardens' plan for Ladue Road near Interstate 270 figures to make news on that front again in 2013. The proposal, which received a negative recommendation from Creve Coeur Planning and Zoning officials, will be back before City Council members January 14. A prominent vacant space figures to have a new tenant in March, when ALDI moves into part of the former Borders Bookstore at Olive …