Saturday, April 13, 2013
This year, the Rockwood School District's annual art and electronic recycling event will be in Ellisville, and is open to the public from noon to 3:30 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday. Read what all there will be to do.
More than 7,000 pieces of artwork created by Rockwood School District students will be on display at the 10th Annual District Art Show on April 20-21. The art show will be held from noon to 3:30 p.m. at Crestview Middle School, 16025 Clayton Road in Ellisville. During the event, children can get their faces painted and create their own chalk-painting masterpieces. Professional artists also will showcase their talents for participants to view, according to the event's organizers. Parking shuttles will run from the FCC property at Clarkson and Clayton (next to the Mercy building) to Crestview Middle to help ease parking congestion. A district spokesperson said more than 10,000 people are expected to attend the district’s annual art show, so …
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Five of these 14 Rockwood School District educators work in Ballwin or Ellisville schools. Nearly 100 district employees now are certified.
Fourteen additional Rockwood School District teachers earned the profession’s top honor in teaching excellence—National Board Certification—according to a district announcement. Those educators are: • Steve Bruns – Rockwood Summit High • Jon Frank – Rockwood Summit High • Libby Guimbardo – Crestview Middle School • Alison Harris – Lafayette High • Keith Henige – Crestview Middle School • Cathy Kraemer – Bowles Elementary • Sarah Majino – Westridge Elementary • Paul Stanley – Eureka High • Patricia Stiehr – Crestview Middle School • Matt Frederickson – Central Services, headquartered in Eureka • Ellen Garner – Eureka High • Eva Johnston – Marquette High • Stephanie McDaniel – Marquette High • Tracy Wood – Westridge Elementary These 14 …
Thursday, March 8, 2012
An unusual greeter was on site this week to welcome visitors to Crestview Middle School in Ellisville this week.
Walmart has nothing on these greeters. Anyone visiting Crestview Middle School in Ellisville this week may have spotted an array of colorful "pop art" projects on display in the school's atrium. Although the characters, creations and other oddities aren't actually animated, it isn't hard to picture the colorful chaos that might ensue if they were (just be sure to keep Winnie the Pooh a safe distance from Madelyn Arbet's Simpsons donut).