The Hazelwood School District Class of 2021 is truly historic. Each graduate faced challenges that no one could have predicted, yet they overcame each one to reach their goals. Whether their heart leads them toward a top university, technical school, branch of the military, or straight to the workforce, we are so proud of all our graduates!
A Message from the Superintendent
I want to thank you for your patience and perseverance during the 2020-2021 school year. Your efforts were the key to making this a successful school year.
Our learning community navigated an unthinkable landscape to provide quality instruction and crucial resources all while remaining a student-focused district. Throughout the school year, HSD was a shining example of what can be accomplished when all stakeholders work together. From resuming face-to-face instruction to having more than 88% of students participate in state testing, our culture of high expectations and excellence has been apparent.
As we look ahead to the 2021-2022 school year, our district will Renew its commitment to academic achievement, Focus efforts on supporting students, and Refine strategies to meet any challenges we may encounter.
The best is yet to come!
Dr. Nettie Collins-Hart Superintendent
Emerson STEM Academy Gives East High School Student Head Start on College
Shelbe Davis, Jr., a 2021 Hazelwood East High School graduate, earned more than 50 college credits from St. Louis Community College through the Emerson STEM Academy dual enrollment program. To view a video story about Shelbe's experience with the program click here.
A Message from the Board of Education
Thank you! Your unwavering support has been vital to our efforts to serve our students during one of the most challenging times in the history of our country.
The 2020-2021 school year was filled with storms that shook our community to the core. After the storms, HSD was still standing because of your efforts. Stakeholders from the east, central, and west regions of the district have set a standard of hard work and selflessness that will forever be remembered.
While we know new challenges await, we also know that our learning community is prepared. From the faculty and staff to the parents and students, HSD has the talent, strength, and character to overcome any obstacles. Because of that, we are beyond excited about the future of HSD.
Hazelwood School District Board of Education
Online Enrollment and Registration for the 2021-2022 School Year is Now Open
Returning Student Registration Returning preschool to 12th grade students will need to register for the 2021-2022 school year on the Tyler/SIS Parent Portal. If you have questions, please contact your student’s school.
New Student Enrollment New Kindergarten to 12th grade students to HSD will need to visit the Student Enrollment webpage to begin the enrollment process.
Please complete enrollment by July 30. If you have questions, visit the Student Enrollment webpage or contact Residency at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 314-953-5141.
Two HSD Students Receive Scholarships from the Rotary Club of Florissant
Mercy Joy Muiruri, a West High School student, and Mi’kiyah Stiles, a Central High School student, received scholarships from the Rotary Club of Florissant to be used toward their college education.
Garrett Student Places at Gymnastics State Championship
Congratulations to Audrey Fantroy, a Garrett Elementary School student and an Xcel Bronze gymnast, for placing at the Missouri Developmental State Championship. Fantroy, who is with Olympia/Team Central Gymnastics, placed 1st on vault, 3rd on bars and beam, and took home first place all around.
Two Central High School Students Awarded the Kameron Hall Scholarship Fund
The Kameron Hall Scholarship Fund has awarded two Central High School senior students. Janci Finkley and Lauren Agnew accepted the scholarships with their parents and siblings by their side. The scholarship was established in memory of Kameron Hall. Hall, who was a 2016 Central graduate, passed away in 2018. The scholarship goes to outstanding students with an interest in Computer Science and/or Cyber-Security because Hall loved computers and technology.
HSD Educators Partner to Pen Book to Help Parents
Three HSD educators partnered to publish a book aimed at helping parents raise successful children. Zabrina Grisby, MSW, Dr. Audrey McKenna Wittenauer, and Dr. Karla Holland used their combined 50 years of experience in the fields of education and social work to pen “#SmartParentsDoThis ~ A Parent Handbook on How to Raise Smart Kids.”
Help Hazelwood Get Healthy Campaign Wins NCI Community Development Leadership Award
The Help Hazelwood Get Healthy public health campaign has been selected to receive a 2021 North County Incorporated Community Development Leadership Award. The campaign, which encourages people to wear masks, wash their hands, and practice social distancing, was launched by HSD in October of 2020 to help slow the spread of COVID-19.