National Blue Ribbon Schools Program Honors 7 Missouri Schools

National Blue Ribbon Schools Program
Sunny Pointe Elementary, Blue Springs R-IV School District
2020 being such a tough year, a little good news goes a long way. Especially when it comes to our Education customers, who have had it pretty rough during the pandemic.

That’s why when we heard seven Missouri schools earned recognition as Gold Star schools for 2020 in the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program, we felt compelled to congratulate them.

So we got together with one of our suppliers, Marco, a member of Lt. Governor Kehoe’s Buy Missouri program, and awarded each shool a Marco stool.

The seven National Blue Ribbon School Program winners from Missouri are:

  • Clayton High School, Clayton School District
  • Festus Elementary, Festus R-VI School District
  • Francis Howell High School, Francis HOwell R-III School District
  • Lincoln Elementary, St. Charles R-VI School District
  • Rose Acres Elementary, Pattonville R-III SChool District
  • Sunny Pointe Elementary, Blue Springs R-IV School District
  • West Elementary, Ozark R-VI School District

The National Blue Ribbon Schools program recognizes individual schools for either their outstanding academic achievement(top 15% in the state based on assessment scores and graduation rates) or their performance at high academic levels while serving a significant proportion of disadvantaged students.

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Find out why 6 of the 7 of the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program award winners are customers of OE. We work with schools on everything from education furniture to supplies, helping them make smart choices and maximizing limited budget dollars. We would love to show you how we can help your school do the same.

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