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  • Our school is thrilled to be participating in The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's School & Youth Programs! Whether it’s Pennies for Patients, Pasta for Pennies presented by Olive Garden, or the LLS High School Program, students last year raised nearly $28 million to fund breakthrough therapies to save the lives of blood cancer patients.

    Funds raised through programs like School & Youth enable the discovery and delivery of therapies that improve the quality of life for patients. In fact, of the 67 new cancer drugs approved by the US Food and Drug Administration since 2000, almost half were approved as significant treatments for patients with blood cancers—and many are now being tested for use in other cancers and diseases.  

    Follow the link to learn more about how LLS is advancing treatments that save lives…
    not someday, but today. 

    Please make an online donation to help reach our school’s fundraising goal. It’s easy! Look at the right side of the page for a link to our School Team and click the link; is there a student or class page you’d like to credit your donation to?  

    ·         If so, click the student or class page to submit your donation.

    ·         If not, simply go back to our School Team page and click on the Donate Now button at the top of the page to donate to our schools.

    When you donate, you will automatically receive a tax-deductible receipt to submit to your company's matching gifts program.

    For more information on The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society or the School & Youth Programs, please visit

    Thank you for helping in the fight against cancer! 

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    Snow Day Make-up Dates


    by Dr. Kelvin R. Adams

    Superintendent of Schools

    Dr. Kelvin Adams 

    Professional Development Day and Parent/Teacher Conference Day to be used 


    The St. Louis Public School District will adjust the 2013/2014 school calendar to make-up two of the six instructional days lost due to inclement weather thus far this winter.  Snow, ice and extreme cold temperatures resulted in the District cancelling classes on
    January 6 – 10 and January 21. 


    The District will cancel a Professional Development day scheduled for Friday, February 14, 2014 and use this day as a full instructional day for students and staff.  The District is also cancelling the Parent/Teacher Conference Day scheduled for Friday, March 14, 2014 and will use this day as a full instructional day for students and staff.  The 3rd Quarter report cards will now be sent home to parents via students on March 14.


    As there are approximately two months of potential winter weather remaining, the District will withhold making a decision on the remaining four snow days until the threat of additional winter weather passes. 


    The adjusted calendar is now available on the District website. 

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  • Listen to a brief message about the SLPS Early Education program

     girl talking

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Upcoming Events

Grade Configuration:PS-5
Bell Times (Bus Tier):9:20-4:17 (3)
Principal:Mamie Womack
Address:3709 Nebraska Ave. St. Louis, MO 63118
Phone Number:771-3533
School Type:Elementary School
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"Building Our Future...One Community, One School, One Child at a Time"

Mrs. Mamie Womack, Principal


Welcome to Froebel Literacy Academy.  We work to help students become mature, respectful and responsible students.  We want our students to express their uniqueness through fluent personal expression and mastery of the core competencies of the curriculum.  Our goal is to prepare our students so they will have the ability and character necessary to confidently meet the challenges of the future.