SLPS Superintendent Begins Monthly Facebook Live ChatsAdams' first conversation touched on a variety of topics -- everything from student safety to what will happen on August 21 during the total solar eclipse.
Online High School Aims to Increase Graduation RatesThe new program is operated jointly by St. Louis Public Schools and SLATE, the city's job agency.
Regional Chamber, City Schools Criticize Travel BanChamber president and schools superintendent issue statements praising immigrants and refugees.
SLPS Granted Full AccreditationThe state school board Tuesday morning voted unanimously to return the district to full accreditation for the first time since 2007.
St. Louis to Close 2 More Schools as Enrollment DeclinesThe district's Special Administrative Board voted Tuesday to shutter Langston Middle School and Cote Brilliante Elementary School at the end of this school year.
St. Louis Public Schools Receive New Drinking FountainsBy the end of October, all the affected schools will have clean, lead-free running water.
'Mentoring 1-2-3' Aims to Address Juvenile Delinquency in St. LouisThe concept of the program evolves around teaching life skills and becoming a productive member of society.
Lead Levels Exceed Federal Limit in Some STL SchoolsThe district tested nearly 800 sinks, faucets and fountains in all of its schools and found 45 with lead levels above 20 parts per billion.
Former SLPS Principal ArrestedThe man is Cornelius Green, the former principal of Carr Lane Visual Performing Arts School.
High Lead Levels Found in Water at Some St. Louis SchoolsSt. Louis Public Schools spokesman Patrick Wallace says drinking fountains and sinks are shut off in several school buildings until pipes and faucets are replaced.
STL Public Schools Wonder How Many Will Show UpSome parents think school shouldn't start until after Labor Day
St. Louis Public School District Gets Tech UpgradeThis year the district will give iPad minis, laptops and new district email addresses for students and staff.