Hannah Hope, a fifth grader from the Program for Exceptionally Gifted Students (PEGS) at Rose Acres, won first place in the fifth through eighth grade category in the National Poison Prevention Week video contest and received a $100 prize.
Four Pattonville High School students qualified to compete at the international HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) competition this summer after earning awards at the state level. Sixteen Pattonville students competed in the virtual HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) State Leadership Conference over spring break.
Two groups finished in the top 5 of their events: Seniors Jadyn Powell, Griffin Wick, Teidrick Banks and Jas Rai placed fifth in HOSA Bowl; and juniors Loudin Cato, Esther Gbloesse, Chloe Kerwin and Lauren Marsala earned first place and are international qualifiers in Creative Problem Solving. They will compete virtually at the International Leadership Conference at the end of June.
Holman Middle School art teacher Montie Richter was selected as the 2021 Middle/Junior High Art Educator of the Year. She was announced as the recipient in January and was officially recognized during the awards program of the Missouri Art Education Association (MAEA) spring conference on March 27.
The Pattonville National Education Association (PNEA) and the League of Women Voters of St. Louis will host a virtual board candidate forum on Wednesday, March 31 at 6:30 p.m. featuring candidates for the Pattonville School District Board of Education. The public is invited to attend this free forum.
Brian Heyman, multimedia communications specialist for the Pattonville School District, has been named the Missouri School Public Relations Association’s 2021 New Professional of the Year.
The primary criteria for the New Professional of the Year Award are that the recipient is in their first 18 months in the field of public relations and has exhibited a creative, dedicated and professional approach to school communications.