2017-18 Preschool Enrollment
Posted on 01/20/2017
The Francis Howell School District is set to begin preschool registration for the 2017-18 school year. Francis Howell has a quality preschool program that provides excellent social and pre-academic experiences for your children. This programming is located in in each of three Early Childhood Family Education Centers and two of our elementary schools: Becky-David and John Weldon.
New FHSD Safety Measures Include Unannounced Intruder Drills
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.
Construction on Independence Road
Posted on 04/11/2016
Eastbound Independence Road will be closed beginning Monday, April 11, 2016. The one lane closure will begin at Wolfrum Road and stretch just beyond Nancy Lane/Rodelle Woods Drive. Construction is tentatively scheduled to end in the spring of 2017.
Penguin Picasso Night at Meadows Parkway
Posted on 03/15/2016
2016-17 Preschool Enrollment
Posted on 03/15/2016
Francis Howell School District is set to being preschool registration for the 2016-17 school year. Francis Howell has a quality preschool program that provides excellent social and pre-academic experiences for your children. Francis Howell Preschool offers both Half Day and Full Day programming to meet the needs of our community.
Meadows Parkway ECC 2016 Teacher of the Year
Posted on 03/04/2016
Congratulations to our 2015-16 Meadows Parkway Teacher of the Year, Amy Hoppe. Thank you for everything you do!
Meadows Parkway Collects Food for Community
Posted on 12/07/2015
It’s the time of year for all of us to remember how lucky we are to have what we have, and to also remember that not everyone enjoys the same blessings. This was certainly not lost on the kiddos and families of the Early Childhood Center at Meadows Parkway. They brought in 1,500 cans of food to help make the season brighter for those less fortunate.