Posted on 10/05/2016
Student safety is always a top priority of the Francis Howell School District (FHSD). The District annually conducts a variety of safety drills including fire, tornado, earthquake and intruder drills. Participation in these safety drills is where most students get directly involved in their own safety. New this year, FHSD will conduct one unannounced intruder drill at each of our schools.  READ MORE...
Posted on 08/19/2016
The buses that safely transport students of the Francis Howell School District (FHSD) every day will display a special new sticker starting in August, after earning the “Total Fleet Excellence” distinction for 2016. The stickers indicate excellence in the overall maintenance and reliability of the District’s bus fleet. The distinction is determined by the Missouri State Highway Patrol based on the results of the annual school bus inspection, a program conducted by the Patrol’s Motor Vehicle Inspection Division.   READ MORE...
New Immunization Requirement for Incoming Eighth Graders and Seniors
Posted on 07/07/2016
Beginning with the 2016-17 school year, all eighth grade students and incoming high school seniors will be required to have the meningococcal (meningitis) vaccine.  READ MORE...
Posted on 01/06/2016
At nearly every Francis Howell School District (FHSD) Board of Education Meeting during the school year, a member of the student body attends to represent the District’s most precious resource – its students. December’s student representative, Marissa Bevans from Francis Howell Union (FHU) High School, has made it her mission to increase the culture of positivity at the school.  READ MORE...
Posted on 12/10/2015
It felt good to actually have the opportunity to take action and help others,” said Timothy Murphy, a student at Francis Howell Union (FHU) High School, a part of the Francis Howell School District (FHSD). Students at the school gave a couple hours of their time on the week of Thanksgiving to help feed those less fortunate. Students like Murphy sought to make a difference that day. The difference they made could be that which keeps hope alive for a child, for a family, for a community. Their efforts could even be the difference between life and death for some, as the work they did will eventually feed more than seventy people for a whole year.   READ MORE...
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