Nixon visits Stewartsville High School

Governor recognizes academic excellence

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Posted: Thursday, April 18, 2013 6:00 pm | Updated: 9:44 am, Mon Apr 22, 2013.

STEWARTSVILLE, Mo. — Gov. Jay Nixon visited the Stewartsville C-2 School District Thursday morning to applaud the school’s academic excellence and for giving its students an opportunity to earn an A-plus scholarship.

At an assembly, Mr. Nixon told the crowded gymnasium that 118 Missouri high schools, including Stewartsville, recently had received A-plus designations. He added that 99 percent of Missouri’s public high school students now can earn scholarships under the program.

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