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Todd Streff has been named Executive Director of the Skills Center, BCI’s first-of-its-kind vocational training center for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Streff has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in behavior analysis and therapy….

The Center for Advanced Professional Studies, better known as CAPS. Forget about traditional classrooms, now is the time to join the movement of 21st-century education. CAPS programs are nationally recognized innovative high school programs. Students fast forward into their…

The greater St. Charles region is unusually rich in educational opportunities. Interestingly, though, the educational choices that we, as parents, make for our children tend to be intertwined with our own life experiences. So, regardless of the fact that…

Cat Yoga

Yoga has been taken to the next level in St. Charles County. Yoga-lovers can take a class with cats or strap themselves to a wall to improve a pose. Five Acres Animal Shelter has invited its resident kitty cats…

This spring’s weather has been unpredictable at best, but I was lucky the day I met Sherilyn Blair at her business on North Second Street. The sun shone through the clouds for the first time in days, and most…

I have to admit, I had a privileged backstage look at the fantastic event that was “A Night with the Stars” presented by Lindenwood Track and Field. As I am the Executive Director at the Foundry Art Centre, where…

CAPS Francis Howell

Most teenagers spend their last few years at home attending high school, taking their core classes and a few fun electives. Caught up in pep rallies and school dances, the farthest teens think into the future is Prom at…

As the well-trodden African proverb states, it takes a village to raise a child. In the case of the City of St. Charles School District Early Childhood Center, it took a community to construct a building. On April 4,…