- Cape fines contractor $1,100 a day for street-project delays; contractor blames utility relocations (5/18/17)13
- Deputies: Man, woman tried to arrange killing of his estranged wife (5/21/17)1
- Attorney general seeks bond revocation for embattled sheriff (5/17/17)3
- I will not be silenced (5/16/17)4
- Tractors owners to open restaurant in new Drury Plaza Hotel (5/15/17)
- Cape police say man assaulted, kidnapped girlfriend (5/21/17)2
- Mississippi County sheriff fights efforts in court to remove him from office (5/21/17)4
- Attorney general to review request to probe Oran timecard allegations; claims spark denials on Facebook (5/16/17)2
- Man accused of using stolen RV to break into airport (5/16/17)
- Cape man accused of shooting a woman in Jackson (5/21/17)
Notre Dame's students taking college courses
To the editor:
I read with great interest your Aug. 20 article that dealt with more high school students taking college courses. It certainly is most impressive that all of our students are concerned about academic excellence. I too praise the administrations and staffs of both Central High School in Cape Girardeau and Jackson High School for their work in this area.
I just wanted to mention that here at Notre Dame Regional High School we too offer the opportunities for advanced college credit and dual enrollment with Southeast Missouri State University. This year we also have the opportunity to offer 39 college credits from St. Louis University. We have also seen a major increase in students who wish to take these advanced courses and are pleased to say that both our ACT and SAT scores have once again been higher than the local, state and national level.
In this day and age when we so often hear about crisis and violence in high schools throughout the nation, it is wonderful to be able to congratulate all of the students in the public, parochial and private sector.
Well done, students and teachers of Missouri. Keep up the good work.BROTHER DAVID
ANTHONY MIGLIORINO, OSF
Regional High School