City of St Charles School District

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  • On Tuesday, April 6th, 2021, voters in St. Charles City will be asked to consider a proposition put forth by the City of St. Charles School District. The proposition, officially named “Proposition SCSD” on the ballot, is a $50 million no tax-rate increase bond issue that allows the district to borrow money only to be used for facility repairs, renovations and other capital projects.

    “We are able to ask for this bond without raising the debt service tax rate due to the District’s efforts to pay off existing bond issue debt ahead of schedule,” said Dr. Jason Sefrit, superintendent of the City of St. Charles School District. “Strong schools create strong communities and, by being good stewards of our taxpayers’ dollars, we are able to help ensure we provide our community with schools they can take pride in.”

    If approved, the money generated from Proposition SCSD will be used to fund projects aligned with 4 main goals: learning during the pandemic and beyond, improving instructional/ activity areas, safety, security, and functionality of facilities for learning, and energy function and efficiency. Including individual building projects, there are district-wide projects including interior and exterior LED lighting upgrades, miscellaneous plumbing fixes, and HVAC repair/ replacement. 

    “While a lot of the projects the District has planned aren’t flashy, they are necessary to help keep our buildings energy efficient and great places for our students to learn and grow,” said Dr. Sefrit. “The District wants to be good stewards of our facilities so that they not only serve our needs now, but will be in good shape for yet another generation of St. Charles learners.”

    For more information about Proposition SCSD and the projects relating to it, please visit our website at www.stcharlessd.org/propscsd.

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MOCAP Virtual Instruction

  • Because virtual instruction can be an effective education option for some students, the district may offer virtual courses to students through district staff or by contracting for those services as part of the district-sponsored curriculum. In addition, eligible students may enroll in virtual courses offered through the Missouri Course Access Program (MOCAP). The district will accept all grades and credits earned through district-sponsored virtual instruction and MOCAP.  

    The St. Charles School District has partnered with the LAUNCH program for MOCAP approved virtual education options. Please see the following website for further information and course lists. https://fueledbylaunch.com/

    To see the District's complete MOCAP webpage, please click here.

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