Hazelwood East Middle School is located in the Hazelwood School District in Saint Louis, Missouri. This building opened in the 1950s as the only high school in the school district, Hazelwood High School. In the 1960s, overcrowding issues led to the building of the much larger Hazelwood Central High School in Florissant. The old high school was subsequently turned into a junior high facility and renamed Kirby Junior High (and later Kirby Middle School in 2000).
The population at Kirby continued to grow, and by 2005, overpopulation issues necessitated the use of outdoor trailers for classroom space. In 2007, the Hazelwood School District completed construction of four new middle schools, alleviating overcrowding and reducing the student population from 1300 down to its present size of 500. Concurrent with the opening of new middle schools in the fall of 2007, the district renamed its schools; Kirby was changed to its current name, Hazelwood East Middle School.
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... in counsel') also Raedwald or Redwald, (died around 624) was a 7th century king of East Anglia, a long-lived Anglo-Saxon kingdom which today includes the English counties of Norfolk ... He was the son of Tytila of East Anglia and a member of the Wuffingas dynasty (named after his grandfather, Wuffa), who were the first kings of the East Angles ... invasions of the 9th century destroyed the monasteries in East Anglia, where many documents would have been kept ...
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“We have passed the time of ... the laisser-faire [sic] school which believes that the government ought to do nothing but run a police force.”
—William Howard Taft (18571930)
“So here I am, in the middle way, having had twenty years
Twenty years largely wasted, the years of lentre deux guerres
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