In her report to the school board last week, Steelville Schools Superintendent Christina Hess shared updates on a behavioral health liaison program, capital improvement projects, software system changes, and added that Cuba schools are considering a change to a four-day week.
Steelville High School’s National Honor Society will host an American Red Cross Blood Drive on Tuesday, October 25, from noon to 6 p.m.
The city of Steelville again has an active group of community residents working with council members to better the local parks. After a few years without one, following the disbanding of the former park board in favor of changing its name to a park panel and re-writing the related ordinance, the new group has been appointed and met earlier this month.
The city of Steelville’s large fall trash pick-up will be on Wednesday, October 5. Two bulk items are allowed per house. All boards or lumber must not exceed four feet in length.
Steelville’s city council re-approved its dog ordinance at the first September meeting, after learning it had originally not included a list of fine attached to violations. Later in the meeting, a city property owner questioned the ordinance and expressed dissatisfaction with it.