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Parkway fills board seats without election

The Parkway School District will have no need for a Board of Education election on April 7 as three candidates filed for the three open positions. The candidates, in order of filing, are Jeff Todd, Deborah A. [Debbie] Hopper and Kristy Klein Davis. All three of the candidates are incumbents.

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Rockwood students give back

Rockwood students at the Individualized Learning Center [ILC] presented handmade wooden American flags to representatives of Eureka police and fire departments Dec. 13. The flags were constructed by students in wood processing class.

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Illustrator visits Kirk Day

John Hendrix, a renowned illustrator, author of multiple children’s books and St. Louis native, spent time at Kirk Day School to talk about his career as an illustrator and author.

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De Smet raises banners to honor three state championship teams in school ceremony

The Frank Sinatra song “It Was a Very Good Year,” could certainly apply to De Smet High. The three championship banners at De Smet. (Photo by Carrie Becher) The year 2019 was a very good year for the Spartans. De Smet captured state titles in baseball, soccer and football. The three state banners are raised at De Smet. (Photo by Carrie Becher) The De Smet community – students, faculty, staff, parents, and even alumni – gathered in the school’s gym recently for a state championship celebration. The year 2019 will long be recalled as one for the ages in Spartan ...

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South Tech students replicate Stanley Cup

Every year as part of the precision machining class at South Technical High, the class is tasked with making a holiday ornament for the faculty. This year, Eureka High senior George Allen said they upped their game. This year they made a replica of the Stanley Cup.

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Students raise funds for Honor Flight

Parkway South Middle students raised $4,194.81 to benefit the Greater St. Louis Honor Flight program. The collection is enough to send six veterans to Washington D. C. to visit the memorials dedicated to honoring their military service.

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Mastering bilingual literacy

Visitation Academy senior Rose Fontana was awarded the Missouri Seal of Biliteracy from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE]. This award is given to graduating high school students in districts with a DESE-approved program, who have demonstrated achievement in English, a language other than English, and sociocultural competence.

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Tops in poetry contest

Rossman School student Caroline Bahr proved herself to be prose worthy by winning first place in her division of The American Library of Poetry Contest.

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