New St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter III shakes hands with District Court Judge Tanya M. Bransford, who presided over his swearing in, during his inauguration at Central High School in St. Paul on Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018. He is surrounded by family members, including hiis wife, Sakeena Futrell-Carter, center right. (Pioneer Press / John Autey)Surrounded by his family, Melvin Carter III takes the oath of office as mayor of St. Paul at his alma mater, Central High School, in St. Paul on Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018. At right is his wife, Sakeena Futrell-Carter. (Pioneer Press / John Autey)New St. Paul mayor Melvin Carter III makes a point during his inaugural address at Central High School in St. Paul on Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018. (Pioneer Press / John Autey)New St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter III shake hands with Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton following Dayton's remarks during the Carter's inauguration at Central High School in St. Paul on Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018. (Pioneer Press / John Autey)Outgoing St. Paul … [Read more...] about In inaugural speech, Mayor Melvin Carter promises review of police, college savings for every St. Paul student
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By ALYSSA DANDREA Monitor staff Thursday, December 27, 2018 Print Concord NH Owen Labrie St. Paul's School 2018 story of the year How government oversight could reshape a pervasive culture of sexual abuse and misconduct at St. Paul’s School is a story that will take shape long after 2018. But this year ushered in that new beginning, set in motion by what experts coined a groundbreaking move by the state attorney general’s office to hold the prestigious Concord prep school accountable for decades of ignoring sexual misconduct and abuse.The state’s top prosecutors made the decision this summer not to pursue criminal charges against St. Paul’s after a 14-month investigation. Instead, the attorney general signed an agreement with the institution’s leaders that provides a mechanism of enforcement with an independent overseer and creates recourse for victims who have disclosed stories of abuse spanning six decades.As more victims came forward in 2017 … [Read more...] about 2018 Stories of the Year: St. Paul’s School falls under government oversight
PUBLISHED: 11:24 07 September 2018 | UPDATED: 11:24 07 September 2018 Basit Mahmood St Paul’s Way Trust School students raised over £20,000 for charity in the 2017/18 academic year. Picture: St Paul’s Way Trust School St Paul’s Way Trust School Students from a school in Bow Common have raised more than £20,000 for charity. The students at St Paul’s Way Trust School have been raising money for a number of charities,including a campaign in June 2017 to raise money to build a school for orphans in Syria, with the final amount raised amounting to £10,896.46.That bought the total for the 2017/18 academic year to £20,003.40.Staff at the school encourage students to get involved in charitable campaigns in the belief that it helps students develop feelings of empathy, a sense of resilience and a unique chance to develop their teamwork, leadership and communication skills. Year 13 student Tanvir Razzak said: “It is … [Read more...] about St Paul’s Way Trust School students raise thousands of pounds for charity.
PUBLISHED: 09:00 24 August 2018 Alex Shaw St Paul's Way Trust School pupils Jenny Hunyh, Alanna Alberto-Assis, Tahera Miah, Labib Khan and Bilal Ahmed. Picture: St Paul's Way St Paul's Way The headteacher of a Bow Common school has called his students’ results in their GCSE exams an “exceptional achievement”. Phil Akerman, in charge of St Paul’s Way Trust School in St Paul’s Way, said his Year 11’s results were “the best in our school’s history”.He did not provide information on what proportion of pupils achieved top grades, stating only that GCSE results were “significantly above the national average”.This summer’s GCSE and A-level results, Mr Akerman added, show “remarkable things really do happen when you combine your students’ potential, their hard work and their determination with great support from their families and a talented and committed teaching/tutor … [Read more...] about GCSE Results Day 2018: St Paul’s Way headteacher celebrates ‘exceptional’ grades
With a running start, Anwar Hassouni, Captain of the Sky Pirates, leaps off the mat, flips into a somersault, bounces into a backward one, then repeats the somersaulting zigzag just for good measure. Rehearsing for Circus Juventas’ big summer show, “Steam,” which debuts Thursday, Anwar makes his tumbling pass look as effortless as walking. That’s because the 18-year-old began learning acrobatics before he took his first step, coached by his father, Mostapha Hassouni, who performed with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus before coming to teach at the St. Paul circus school. In a dozen years with Juventas, Anwar has trained in circus arts from trapeze to trampoline, coached by his father, his aunt (another Ringling alum) and his older cousin. Two years ago, Anwar broke into the international circus scene with a solo handstand act that earned first place at a German competition. After co-starring in Juventas’ sci-fi-meets-steampunk … [Read more...] about A St. Paul performer who learned acrobatics from his dad is trying to go pro