School News

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Character Word: Thoughtful

February 3, 2017
Our Character word of the month of February is Thoughtful. We will be talking what thoughtfulness is and how we can be thoughtful towards others. Thoughtfulness means making ourselves aware of the needs and feelings of others and then taking action to help them. It also means taking the time to stop thinking about ourselves, to... Read more »
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District News

This school year we will once again be recognizing one Affton student each month for the things that make them Affton Strong, both in and out of school — this year on video! Our Affton Strong Student of the Month is: Emir Husic – Gotsch Intermediate School Emir is a third-grader and is proud to be Affton Strong! “Emir... Read more »
Vice President Larry Knox informed the school board and superintendent last night of his immediate resignation from the Affton Board of Education. “It has been an honor to serve this district and the Affton community for over seven years. The accomplishments that Affton School District has achieved in this time are impressive, and the extraordinary efforts... Read more »
On Wed., March 8, Elaine Kistner, a real-time translator at Affton High School, was honored at the 2017 SSD Salutes banquet. Elaine received a Lasting Impression Award, which honors dedicated individuals within the Special School District. Created in 2006, it is awarded to SSD support staff who make a difference in the lives of students both... Read more »
Help us celebrate Music in Our Schools Month with congratulations to the following Affton High School orchestra students who participated in the MSHSAA District Solo & Ensemble Festival on March 4: II Rating (Excellent) Samuel McAlister, sophomore – Cello Solo Isaiah Minner, junior – Violin Solo Cherry Nguyen, senior – Violin Solo Steven Tyler, senior... Read more »