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O’FALLON BOOKKEEPER INDICTED FOR DEFRAUDING CLIENT OUT OF MORE THAN $1 MILLION

For the O’Fallon Weekly A federal grand jury for the Southern District of Illinois has returned a ten-count indictment charging Kathleen M. Dvorak, 60, of…… Read More »O’FALLON BOOKKEEPER INDICTED FOR DEFRAUDING CLIENT OUT OF MORE THAN $1 MILLION...

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POLICE RESPOND TO SHOTS FIRED AT THE MALL

Fairview Heights—On Tuesday, August 18th, 2020, at approximately 3:10 pm, officers responded to the St. Clair Square Mall food court for a disturbance between two males.

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OTHS to go remote after two week orientation

In light of the current spike in COVID-19 trend data in St. Clair County, the Board of Education and its teachers and other employees have agreed upon a school reopening plan that will promote student learning in the safest environment possible. Beginning with the third week ofschool students will be taught remotely. For the first two weeks, students will attend school one day per week spread over 4 days. These attendance days will be used to provide students their books and other learning materials, meet their teachers and become oriented to the remote learning process. With only 25% of the students in attendance in school per day, we feel confident that students and staff will be safe.

Two O’Fallon school districts choose remote learning

O’FALLON- Two O’Fallon school districts voted to begin the year with remote learning. District 90 and District 104 held special board meetings on Tuesday, August 4, to address plan changes as staffing needs and county and regional COVID-19 metrics, along with additional CDC guidance, forced Return to Learn plan reevaluations.