Francis Howell enters new era

Flinchpaugh, Brian
August 2011
St. Charles Journal;8/7/2011, Vol. 46 Issue 63, pA1
The article reports on new school calendar which Francis Howell School District in St. Charles County, Missouri has implemented after rigorous debate and discussion with major changes including changes in schedule, spaces and buildings.


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