Ferguson-Florissant school district approves redistricting plan

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HAZELWOOD, MO - Changes are on the way to the Ferguson-Florissant school district. On Wednesday night the school board voted on a new redistricting plan.

After much discussion and disagreement, the board decided on option number two, which means McCluer and McCluer North will continue as traditional high schools and McCluer South-Berkeley will become a STEAM-based high school, meaning it will have a curriculum focusing on fields such as science, technology, and arts.

At one point some board members wanted to table the decision until a different meeting but other board members voted that down and said Wednesday night was the time to make the important decision.

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