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St. Louis Language Immersion Schools (SLLIS)

Spelling Bee-Lingual Winner

Spelling Bee-Lingual Winner The second Spelling Bee-lingual contest was held at TSS on April 15. Two students from each third and fourth grade class were selected to participate. This year’s winner was fourth grader Collin Williams. The second place winner was third grader Martin O’ Conell. This spelling bee poses a bigger challenge than most,…

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Students Raise Money for Dominican Republic

Students Raise Money for Dominican Republic During the unit “Sharing the planet,” TFS students investigated the Central Idea “Humans share various services and limited resources.” They explored natural resources and our responsibility to care for the environment, and also touched on the idea of communities and everyone’s value in them. Upon seeing pictures from teacher Tyler…

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Video: Making the Choice for TCS

Video: Making the Choice for TCS As part of CEAM’s Stories of Choice for Missouri Child Advocacy Day, Robynn Ragland shares why the St. Louis language Immersion Schools – The Chinese School was the right choice for her family. CEAM, the Children’s Education Alliance of Missouri, works to improve Missouri’s K-12 education system by advancing policies…

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SLLIS New President Profile Report

SLLIS New President Profile Report The St. Louis Language Immersion Schools (SLLIS) Presidential Search Committee and the Board of Directors have been engaged in identifying and selecting a new permanent President, with the help of School Exec Connect and Dr. Craig Larson. As part of the process, the team has gathered information from parents and…

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5/11 Board Meeting Agenda Posted

Board set to meet on May 11 at 6 p.m. at Papin. Agenda is posted here. Board Agenda May 2016

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An Exhibition that Promotes Positive Change

An Exhibition that Promotes Positive Change Every year, fifth graders in The French School spend one unit conducting their own inquiries and taking action based on what they learned. This year, they used the theme “How We Express Ourselves” to investigate the central idea that “creative expression can lead to positive change in our communities.”…

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