- Cornerstone Elementary School (K through 4th)
- Kean Elementary School (K through 4th)
- Melrose Elementary School (K through 4th)
- Parkview Elementary School (K through 4th)
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... There are four public elementary schools in Belmont the Burbank, Butler, Winn Brook, and Wellington schools ... The new Wellington Elementary has just been completed ... Two other public elementary schools, Payson Park and Kendall, were burnt down in the 1970s and 1980s, respectively ...
... The Pulaski County Special School District operates 24 elementary schools including several magnet schools and specialty schools providing focus on particular subject ... In 2008, the William Jefferson Clinton Elementary Magnet School was named a National Blue Ribbon School, followed by a National Blue Ribbon School ... In 2008, Arnold Drive Elementary and Warren Dupree Elementary were honored as a National Title I Distinguished School ...
... Dardenne Elementary School (O'Fallon) Emge Elementary School (O'Fallon) Forest Park Elementary School (O'Fallon) Hawthorn Elementary School (Saint Peters) J ... Mudd Elementary School (O'Fallon) Lewis and Clark Elementary School (Saint Peters) Mid Rivers Elementary School (Saint Peters) Mt ... Hope Elementary School (O'Fallon) Ostmann Elementary School (Dardenne Prairie) Pheasant Point Elementary School (O'Fallon) Progress South Elementary ...
... The Carrollton and Farmers Branch school districts voted to merge in 1955 ... Prior to that, the two cities operated separate school systems, although only Carrollton's went through the twelfth grade (Farmers Branch students had to decide in eighth ... At the time of the merger there were three schools operating Carrollton Elementary (opened in 1951), Carrollton High School (opened in 1936 and now DeWitt Perry Middle ...
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“If Jesus, or his likeness, should now visit the earth, what church of the many which now go by his name would he enter? Or, if tempted by curiosity, he should incline to look into all, which do you think would not shut the door in his face?... It seems to me ... that as one who loved peace, taught industry, equality, union, and love, one towards another, Jesus were he alive at this day, would recommend you to come out of your churches of faith, and to gather into schools of knowledge.”
—Frances Wright (17951852)
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—H.L. (Henry Lewis)