Three Pattonville residents were sworn into office to serve on the Pattonville Board of Education. Returning board members Dr. Brian Gray and Lisa Kickbusch and past board member Dr. Amanda Lienau were elected to the board during the April 4 election and will serve a three-year term. Last year, Kickbusch was appointed to the board to fill a one-year position after the resignation of board member Mindy Ridings. Lienau previously served a three-year term from 2018 to 2021. All three were sworn into office on April 11 by board vice president Mary Kay Campbell.
Pattonville High School college & career preparation coordinator/counselor Michelle Luraschi was named the 2023 Missouri Association for College Admission Counseling (MOACAC) Presidents’ Service Recognition Award recipient. The award was presented to her during the MOACAC annual conference.
Voters in the Pattonville School District on April 4 elected incumbents Dr. Brian Gray and Lisa Kickbusch and returning board member Amanda Lienau to three open seats on the Pattonville Board of Education. The newly elected members will be sworn into office during a meeting on April 11.
Students from Pattonville’s elementary schools and Remington Traditional School participated in the annual Districtwide Elementary Mark Twain Book Battle today at the Learning Center. The Rose Acres Winterborne Warriors team won the event. The Willow Books from Willow Brook Elementary and the Millionaires for the Battle from Bridgeway Elementary School finished second and third place, respectively.
The Book Battle is a trivia-type competition hosted by Pattonville's school library technology specialists. During the event, teams of students compete on their knowledge of a predesignated list of books. Students must answer questions with the book title and author to earn full points.