JV girls basketball is up at half 20-12 vs Northpoint!
Congrats to the following Panthers for being nominated for the PPI Panther Spotlight: Ryann A., Narjis A., Mikala B., Elizabeth D., Chris D., Bryce H. and Parker R.! Way to go Panthers!
PANTHERS WIN!!! 74-72. Great game, men!
Guess what!? More overtime! Headed to double overtime tied up 67-67. What. A. GAME! #PantherPride
We’re headed to overtime! It’s all tied up 54-54. #PantherPride
Strong 3rd quarter by the Panthers. Headed into the 4th, Panthers lead the Indians 44-37. Finish strong! #PantherPride
Halftime! Panthers trail the Indians 27-20. #PantherPride
End of Q1 Indians- 16 Panthers- 11 #PantherPride
VBB tipoff! Let’s go, Panthers! #PantherPride
Panthers WIN 48-47!!! Great win, ladies! Varsity boys up next in 15 minutes. #PantherPride
End of Q3 and we’re all tied up 38-38. #PantherPride
Halftime! Panthers lead the Indians 23-20 #PantherPride
End of Q1 Holt leads 13-10. #PantherPride
Tip-off for your Varsity Girls Basketball team! Tonight, your Panthers are on the road to take on the Holt Indians. #PantherPride
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Real-world experience. Connections with people who are doing the job. Fort Zumwalt Career Technical Education programs aren’t just for those interested in manufacturing. Meet the Cadet Teachers. These 25 students are in the final semester of the pathway to teaching. As a part of the experiences offered in this pathway, these seniors spent a day at the Professional Development and Technology Center learning about how coursework is developed. The day ended with a panel discussion that brought them face-to-face with 200 years of experience in education. Building principals, assistant superintendents and Superintendent Dr. Bernie DuBray shared guidance and advice for the road ahead. And each of the panelists took the time to point out to the high school students that, if you get into the college coursework and discover teaching isn't for you, that’s OK. “If you continue to pursue this through college, my advice to you would be to get certification in a couple of areas that interest you. That makes you as valuable as you can be.” DuBray told the students, adding that he is certified in English, History and Biology. Jen Waters, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, echoed DuBray’s sentiment. “Take as much as you can from every course you can take,” she told them. “Read outside your coursework. Ask a lot of questions. Get as many experiences as you can get. Prepare well. Take summer jobs that have you working with kids.” Students had a chance to ask the panel questions and UMSL was on hand to provide information about the dual credit classes available through the pathway to teaching. (Similar arrangements are also in place with Lindenwood.) “I couldn’t have picked a better profession,” DuBray said. “And you couldn’t either. And there hasn’t been a better time to do it.” Learn more about career pathways, and all of our high school offerings, in the Fort Zumwalt Course Description Guide: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wSYfHbHo6__xI0ryhZ_70EQltPLDMN6IJhBS9uLa4YY/edit
Freshmen Panther Boys went back and forth against the Bulldogs, but came out on top with a last second shot from Malik Smith. What a game!
Freshmen girls drop a tough battle to Orchard Farm tonight. Keep your chins up, Panthers! You fought all the way through!
Flint Hill Elementary League of Leaders! #BuiltontheNorthside
Forest Park Leaders! #PantherPride