Aldi Cancels Contract With Mehlville School DistrictIn a Facebook post from Blades Elementary School, it says Aldi cancelled its contract with the district.
SIUE Students Are Tutors for University's Math Homework HotlineStudents in those grades can call 618-650-3072 between 6 and 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, from now until May 3, for free math help!
Med Students Not Prepared to Prescribe Medical MarijuanaMany states allow medical marijuana, but a new local study finds few medical schools are addressing it with their students.
Local College Offers Free Tuition to Qualifying StudentsBlackburn College in Carlinville is offering qualifying students who live in Macoupin County to attend free of charge.
New Illinois Law Will Let Adults Earn High School DiplomasRauner's office says diplomas are more advantageous than GED certificates because they give adults "better skills for postsecondary education and the workplace.''
UPDATE: Student Found Dead on WashU CampusIn a letter to parents, the university says the student was found dead early this morning at the construction site at the east end of the Danforth campus.
2 Schools' Worth of Students Under 1 Roof in SwanseaClasses have resumed at Wolf Branch Elementary, now playing host to students from sinking middle school.
Teacher's Gross Bread Experiment Gets Kids To Wash Their HandsThe post quickly spread all over social media with more than 70,000 shares and 14,000 comments.
Mine Subsidence Leads to Closure of Swansea Middle SchoolStarting next week, more than 400 students will move down the street to Wolf Branch Elementary.
Local NAACP Supports MICDS DecisionThe St. Louis County NAACP says it was the right call to remove the students from campus, but now the real work begins.
MICDS Expects Decision On Students' Racists Messages SoonSchool leaders at MICDS are still involved in the investigative disciplinary process regarding the students who were snapchatting racists messages.
STL Co. NAACP: MICDS Students Should Be ExpelledThe MICDS students involved in the messages, which included several uses of the "N" word and KKK references, are awaiting disciplinary action.

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