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The March 1 deadline is approaching for the Missouri Gaming Association’s 27th annual Project 21 scholarship competition.

Henderson Elementary students were visited by 11 Francis Howell North High students in the SHIELD program; all with the goal of creating a bon…

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This week's Bulletin Board is full of school notes and opportunities for students.

Last year during their STEM class periods, Duchesne juniors Julia Winkeler and Katie Hill began holding bake sales to raise money for St. Loui…

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Duchesne’s varsity football players will be among the first students in the area to hit the field with new state-of-the-art helmets specifical…

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The Wentzville School District officially opened the doors to North Point Middle, the district’s fourth middle school, with a ribbon-cutting c…

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The annual pick-up is supported by community efforts with donations to the Fort Zumwalt school supply closet, and also to the weekend backpack…

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St. Charles district students Lily Black and Ana McAlister were selected to dance and sing in The Muny in Forest Park’s recent production of “…

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Research shows that skipping sleep can be harmful. It can limit a student’s ability to learn, listen, concentrate and solve problems – all nec…