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Patch Quiz: Social Media, Sept. 11 Mass, MRH Soccer

It’s your chance to show your savvy about news and information about Clayton and Richmond Heights.

Our weekly quiz features questions from stories that we posted Monday through Thursday, as well as a trivia question about our community. Post your answers below, then come back at 10 a.m. Monday to find out if you're the winner!

KEEP IN MIND:

  • Open to legal residents of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia who are 18 and older.
  • To enter, you must submit answers in the comments section. Please number them 1 through 5
  • All entries must be received by 6 p.m. Central Time on Sunday.
  • You may enter once a week
  • The first person to respond with the most correct answers wins
  • The contest period opens at noon Central Time on Friday each week. The deadline to enter is 6 p.m. Central Time on Sunday each week.
  • This week’s prize is a $15 gift card to Starbucks. (You'll find Starbucks locations in Clayton and , and in Richmond Heights .)


Quiz

  1. On Monday, we reported on a discussion about educators' social media use during a Maplewood Richmond Heights Board of Education meeting. What two concerns did board Treasurer Nelson Mitten express about the issue?
  2. On Tuesday, Mayor Linda Goldstein told the Clayton Board of Aldermen that a local church will host a Mass to mark the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. Name the church that will host this Mass.
  3. On Wednesday, we previewed the upcoming Maplewood Richmond Heights boys soccer season. For how many years has Chris Meyer worked as head coach for MRH?
  4. On Thursday, we took you on a virtual tour of two houses in which Clayton neighborhood?
  5. Clayton trivia question: What percentage of students at Meramec Elementary School scored proficient or advanced on the math portion of the Missouri Assessment Program in 2011? Hint: you can find the answer here on our site!

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