St. Charles County ABLE

Alliance for Business, Learning, and Education (ABLE)

---A Business and Education Partnership

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St. Charles County Alliance for Business, Learning, and Education (ABLE)

Making the Connection Between the Business and Education Communities

Welcome

We would like to invite you to participate in the further development of this program. We believe that together we can improve the workforce by making the connection between the business and education communities. By more tightly integrating the needs of the business community and requirements of the academic world we will empower young people by preparing them for the future they will inherit. Thus fulfilling the desire of business, needs of students and requirements of the academic establishment the outcome will be a win-win solution for everyone.

For more information on educational programs, how to become involved with ABLE, or sponsorship opportunities, please contact us now.

5K Run & 1-Mile Walk Cancelled due to low registration!
An instructor’s meeting to present the
Challenge will be on
Tuesday, January 15th at 3:45pm in the Social Sciences Building (SSB)
room 1102.
If you have questions, please contact
Tammie De Los Santos at (636) 922-8342
or tdelossantos@stchas.edu
Hope to see you there!
    

Over $3,000 in Mini Grants Awarded 

 

Mini Grant Recipients from Fall 2013

Congratulations to ABLE Member School - Messiah Lutheran for being named a National Blue Ribbon School for 2013!

Spring Mini-Grant Application Deadline
February 15, 2014

Congratulations to 2013 ABLE Excellence in Education Award Winners:


Pre-K:  Mitzi Eise-United Services

Elementary: Lori Racine-Sts. Joachim and Ann Catholic School

Middle School: Molly Kleiber-Frontier Middle School; Wentzville

High School: Hannah Gage-Orchard Farm High School

Post-Secondary: Lisa Stoner- St. Charles Community College

or former student
*A teacher, school, staff member, or administrator
*A civic or community leader
Any community member wishing to recognize excellence in teaching including:
*A parent
*A current or former student
*A teacher, school, staff member, or administrator
*A civic or community leader

ny community member wishing to recognize excellence in teaching including:
*A parent
*A current or former student
*A teacher, school, staff member, or administrator
*A civic or community leader
Any community member wishing to recognize excellence in teaching including:
*A parent
*A current or former student
*A teacher, school, staff member, or administrator
*A civic or community leader
mmunity member wishing to recognize excellence in teaching including:
*A parent
*A current or former student
*A teacher, school, staff member, or administrator
*A civic or community leader
Any community member wishing to recognize excellence in teaching including:
*A parent
*A current or former student
*A teacher, school, staff member, or administrator
*A civic or community leader
Any community member wishing to recognize excellence in teaching including:
*A parent
*A current or former student
*A teacher, school, staff member, or administrator
*A civic or community leader

Any community member wishing to recognize excellence in teaching including:
*A parent
*A current or former student
*A teacher, school, staff member, or administrator
*A civic or community leader

St. Charles County ABLE recognized outstanding professionals who play a vital role in making a difference in the lives of our children and community. Through this award we hope to raise public awareness of the exceptional quality of teaching our students are receiving within St. Charles County.  


St. Charles County ABLE recognized outstanding professionals who play a vital role in making a difference in the lives of our children and community. Through this award we hope to raise public awareness of the exceptional quality of teaching our students are receiving within St. Charles County.  




Middle School:  Molly Kleiber - Frontier Middle School; Wentzville and the student  who nominated her. 

The purpose of the ABLE Mini Grants for Schools Program is to provide funds and support to teachers in participating school districts for school enrichment programs that focus on career development, career exploration, and/or career readiness skills. Click the burst above for more information.

Thank you Sponsors and Participants!
The 6th Annual Trivia Night was a big success because of you...we raised $2850!