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School Announcements
SCOPE teams up with Craft Alliance Again
Craft Alliance and SCOPE students teamed up once again.  The students were transported by Craft Alliance to their Delmar Loop Location to see beautiful artwork created out of wood.  Then, the students split up to work on hands on art work.  One group worked on making jewelry out of metal, while the other group worked on glass blowing.  Click here to see photos.  
Presentation from Joe Fingerhut
SCOPE recently welcomed youth empowerment speaker Joe Fingerhut on Tuesday, October 14th, for two assemblies.
Joe Fingerhut has given presentations at schools and conferences in numerous states and other countries.  We have had him speak at SCOPE before, and we were excited to have him come to our school again this year.  Not only was he entertaining, but truly engaged our students and delivered an incredibly powerful and relevant message on persistence, overcoming adversity, and reaching goals successfully.
To learn more about Joe and his material, you can check out his website, www.joefingerhut.com, which includes video, testimonials, and other content.
Click here to see photos of this event.
 
PBIS Informational Video
SCOPE, located in St. Louis County's Mehlville School District, stands for "South County Opportunity for the Purpose of Education." SCOPE serves students from several school districts--Affton, Bayless, Hancock Place, Lindbergh, Special School District, Valley Park, and Webster Groves--who have been suspended or who are not successful in a standard educational environment. SCOPE teachers produced an informational video explaining how their operation works. Click here to view the video. 
SCOPE Honors the 13th Anniversary of 9/11
On Friday, Sept. 12 SCOPE honored the 13th anniversary of 9/11. The American Legion Post #162 along with our very own Mr. Ryan Boyd took part in the ceremony. Members from the American Legion Post preformed a nine gun salute along with the playing of Taps as Mr. Boyd lowered the flag to half-staff.  

Click here to see photos.

Click here to see video.

 
Dr. Ridder Visits SCOPE
Dr. Norman Ridder visits SCOPE and talks with the students. Click here to see photos of this event.
ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
On Thursday, Aug. 28, the AM and the PM staff took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. We would like to thank NuWay Concrete Forms for donating the 100 lbs of ice.
SCOPE raised $210.00 for ALS.

Click here to view video of the AM session.

Click here to view video of the PM session. 

Click here to view photos from both the AM and PM sessions. 

The AM Session challenged John DeWalle at the ALT School.

The PM Session challenged Sue Bland and all her nurses. 






 
FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL AT SCOPE
Click here to see photos of the first day at SCOPE.
SCHOLARSHIP TO CRAFT ALLIANCE
                                 
    Craft Alliance Update
    Congratulations! Justin Nguyen (left) and Chris Buckner (right)
            each received a summer scholarship from Craft Alliance. These
             students worked very hard and deserve this honor.
Craft Alliance Projects
SCOPE-SSLCMS students spent the second semester of the 2013-2014 school year working with representatives of the arts education center known as Craft Alliance on an art project - a mural featuring the students' own art work. Representatives of Craft Alliance used their expertise to help the students determine what they would like to include on the canvas that represents their life. To watch a video about the student mural project, click here

At the completion, the students hosted a grand unveiling on Tuesday, May 20. Click here to view video. 

During the 2013-2014 school year, our students worked on a variety of art projects using metals, fiber, clay and paint and were exposed to the work of nationally/internationally known artists through exhibitions and lectures. Click here to view a slideshow of the projects. 
The Story of SCOPE
Click here to watch a video to learn more about SCOPE. 
How Does SCOPE Work?
Mehlville School District is the hosting site of SCOPE and SSLCMS. SCOPE stands for South County Opportunity for the Purpose of Education. SSLCMS stands for South St. Louis County Management School. Principal Pollie Richardson explains their mission in a video here.

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