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  • Lou Fusz Donates Van to South Tech Automotive Technology Program

    May 17, 2022 - Lou Fusz Automotive Network made a stop at South Tech High School to discuss open positions and donate a van to the Automotive Technology Program. The company is currently looking to hire full-time detailers. In this position, workers are paid $15 per hour and are responsible for making cars frontline ready for the dealership.

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  • Tech Schools Celebrate Students Entering the Workforce

    May 12, 2022 - During the month of May, North and South Tech High Schools celebrated seniors who are embarking on a new chapter in their lives. Both schools hosted Singing Day, a ceremony that recognizes students who have made commitments to regional companies.

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  • Missy Leibbrandt Named SSD's 2022 Teacher of the Year

    May 2, 2022 - Missy Leibbrandt was selected as SSD's 2022 Teacher of the Year! Leibbrandt is a special education teacher at Claymont Elementary in Parkway School District. She is known for her whole child approach to her students and consistently going above and beyond in her support of them. A dedicated team player and communicator, she commits time to collaborate with her students' general education teachers and ensures her families are updated frequently, comprehensively, and in a caring and personal style.

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  • SSD Named 10th Largest Employer in the Region

    April 11, 2022 - In St. Louis Business Journal’s July 2022 Employers and Who’s Who lists, Special School District once again ranked 10th among the region’s largest employers. The Journal defined the region as the counties of St. Louis, St. Charles, Lincoln, Warren, Franklin, Washington, and Jefferson, along with the City of St. Louis.

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  • SSD’s Personal Care Items Drive

    March 30, 2022 - Special School District will be collecting personal care items during the month of April. Donated items will directly benefit students in SSD schools and programs and will be distributed by social workers. The goal is to provide students with access to personal hygiene items to help decrease their absences, promote community, and increase students’ active participation in their education.

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  • FFA State Vice President Presents to South Tech Students

    March 30, 2022 - Life as a high school graduate is right around the corner for many South Tech junior and senior students. To help them develop a plan and discover what options they have as young adults, Future Farmers of America (FFA) State Vice President Hannah Shanks made a stop at the high school to speak with students in the Veterinary Assistant Program.

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  • Tech School Curriculum Review Night

    March 15, 2022 - Special School District invites all interested parties to a career and technical education (CTE) Curriculum Review Night on Wednesday, April 6. A total of seven different CTE courses will be discussed and feedback reviewed before being submitted to the Board of Education for approval.

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  • SSD Masking Update

    March 9, 2022 - The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recently announced updated mask guidance. As a District, SSD has continued to follow the CDC’s guidelines to inform our decisions regarding COVID-19 mitigation and masking.

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  • Information on AMI Virtual Learning Days

    February 23, 2022 - Last week, our District used all of our scheduled “traditional snow days” during the winter storm that affected our area. With the threat of additional winter weather moving in later this week, we wanted to remind families that going forward if school must be closed, the District will use Alternative Methods of Instruction (AMI) days to provide virtual learning for students.

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  • South Tech Culinary Students Make Cupcakes for Healthcare Workers

    February 17, 2022 - Culinary students at South Tech are using their talents and love for cooking to give back to the community. In January, students made nearly 200 orders of biscuits and gravy for healthcare workers at St. Luke’s Hospital, Delmar Gardens South, and The Sheridan at Laumeier Park. On Feb. 15, they delivered 350 cupcakes to St. Luke’s Hospital and St. Louis University.

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  • Superintendent Insider: CTE Connects Students to Real World Skills

    January 31, 2022 - February is known as a month of important celebrations and awareness campaigns in education - we recognize Black History Month, President’s Day, and National School Counseling Week among them. SSD will also recognize a critically important campaign about a branch of education that struggles to gain the recognition it has long deserved - Career and Technical Education Month®.

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  • Tech Schools Gifted Auto Plastic Repair Stations

    January 21, 2022 - The Auto Collision Repair programs at North and South Tech High Schools have been gifted Plastic Repair Stations worth $13,000 from St. Louis I-Car Committee. The organization works to provide supplies and information required to perform quality vehicle repairs.

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  • Tech Students Learn About Medical Research Positions Available After Graduation

    January 21, 2022 - There are dozens of avenues to take for those who are interested in working with animals, such as marine biologist, pet groomer, military dog trainer, animal-assisted therapist, or veterinarian. On Jan. 12, vet assistant students at North and South Tech High Schools learned about another career pathway – caring for animals involved in research studies.

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  • Family Resource Hub Opens to Support SSD Families

    January 20, 2022 - The Family and Community Outreach team has fulfilled a longstanding need at SSD-- opening a Family Resource Hub for students, staff, and families. The space is located at North Tech High School and provides the SSD community with computer, phone, and internet access, as well as a food pantry.

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  • SSD Celebrates MLK Day 2022

    January 18, 2022 - On Monday, Jan. 17, SSD celebrates the life and legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He devoted his life to realizing the dream of equality, peace, and dignity for all people. In SSD, our first core value is equity for a very important reason. We strive to ensure diversity and inclusion are valued in our schools, with our students, teachers, staff, and partners. Our students and staff are best served in environments where they feel safe and respected.

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