MRH Gets a Gift from South Tech

MRH Gets a Gift from South Tech

Precision Machining instructor Bob Arcipowski and South Tech Principal Jake Lohse delivered a special donation to the students of Maplewood-Richmond Heights High last month. Last spring, Principal Mike Dittrich of MRH Middle school asked South Tech for some help. Skating students were taking their boards to the halls...

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Dental Science Students Give Back

Dental Science Students Give Back

On Friday, October 28th, the biannual Give Kids A Smile clinic was held at SLU’s Center for Advanced Dental Education for its 30th time. For those of you not familiar with this event, it is truly a life-changing experience. Dental professionals from around the region gather together and volunteer their time and...

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Online Registration Re-Opened

Online Registration Re-Opened

Complete your required school registration paperwork online through the SIS Parent Portal. Click Here to Watch the Training Video Parents and Guardians, if you have not used the Parent Portal before for Special School District or have forgotten your username or password, please complete the Parent Portal Access Form...

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Success in the New Economy

Success in the New Economy

The article “Success in the New Economy” by Kevin Fleming first appeared on CareerCruising.com. You can view the original article here. Countless articles in the media site a correlation between higher degrees and higher income. This perceived higher earnings for having a 4-year degree has fueled a “college...

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