A roundup of St. Louis news headlines for Tuesday.
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Chappelow talks about challenges and progress.
Marsha Chappelow has been superintendent of the Ladue School District for about two years. Chappelow's 30 years of experience in public education has taken her from the classroom to administration to the top leadership position in a school system with nearly 4,000 students. The district is now facing a possible $5 million budget shortfall for the coming school year. Ladue-Frontenac Patch sat down for a frank discussion concerning major issues and current trends facing the school district, which educates students from ten St. Louis County communities. Q. You've been superintendent now for two years. What is your overall assessment of where the Ladue School District had been and where it is headed? A. I think we are in a growth mode for …