The NSC e-Newsletter
October 12, 2022
Normandy Schools Collaborative Superintendent Search
The search for the next superintendent of Normandy Schools Collaborative has begun and now is your opportunity to participate.
The Joint Executive Governing Board (JEGB) is seeking community input in selecting the next superintendent for the district. Part of that process involves a community meeting for NSC parents, which will be held Thursday, October 13, at 5:30 p.m. at Lucas Crossing School Complex, located at 7837 Natural Bridge Road.
An online survey also allows you to indicate the most desired leadership qualities the new superintendent should have. The results of this survey will be used by the JEGB and consultants in seeking and screening applicants as well as for the development of the interview content. The survey will close at 5:00 p.m. on Monday, October 17.
If groups would like to participate in the parade, please contact Terrence Hamilton or see the application attached below.
Upcoming Listening Session Scheduled
In an effort to hear directly from families, Interim Superintendent Dr. Crystal Reiter is holding listening sessions. These will be very informal, and a light meal will be provided. All sessions will be held at the district's central office at 3855 Lucas and Hunt Road in either the board room or room 207.
- November 3- 8 a.m. in Room 207
- November 16- 5:30 p.m. in the Board Room
- December 8- 8 a.m. in Room 207
We will work to keep these meetings small in an effort to have meaningful conversations and schedule more of these meetings throughout the school year.
Please RSVP to Ms. Lori Thompson if you would like to attend.
Normandy in the News
Check out some of the district's most recent media coverage:
Dr. Netra Taylor, Principal of Barack Obama School, will appear on The Pulse of St. Louis Saturday, October, 15 at 8:30 am on KTVI Fox 2 and 7:30 pm on KPLR News 11 to discuss the new Believe Project literacy lab. Make sure you catch her in action!
Believe it- Literacy Lab opens in Barack Obama School, The St. Louis American, October 7, 2022.
Can We Text You? Opt-in For District Text Messages
Emergency school closures? Bus delays? Last-minute schedule changes? It's becoming more common and we can get that information to families & staff quicker via text messaging.
We have to get your permission for you to receive text messages from the district.
Text 'Y' to 68453.
If you have questions, please visit the website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*There is no charge to sign up. Your service provider may charge a fee for text messaging depending on your plan.