Student Admits to Writing Racist Message on Parkway Central MirrorThe Parkway School District tells KMOX the student who wrote the N-word on a bathroom mirror last week is not white.
Racist Message Found on Parkway Central Bathroom MirrorThe Parkway Central student walked into a bathroom and saw the message, which said "White Lives Matter" -- punctuated by the N-word.
UPDATE: All Children Injured In School Bus Crash Released From HospitalWitnesses report an erratic driver swerved toward the bus, which went off the road trying to avoid an accident.
Parkway Parents Invited to View Sex Ed CurriculumThe new curriculum includes sexual orientation and gender identity.
Will EpiPen Price Keep Life-Saving Medicine Out of Reach?The price spike for EpiPen medication - from $100 in 2008 to $500 today - may have some parents struggling to make sure their children who suffer from allergies have one.
Parkway School Board Passes New Sex-Ed CurriculumThe board let about 50 people speak their mind for one minute on the proposed controversial changes before the vote.
Parkway Parent Talks Sex-Ed Concerns Ahead of Board VoteSome parents plan to fight proposed changes to the curriculum.
St. Louis-Area Student Earns Perfect SAT ScoreThe Parkway School District said Friday that Parkway Central High School senior Sharanya Kumar scored a perfect 2400 on the entrance test.
Teachers Given Insulin Instead of Flu Vaccine A St. Louis County school district is investigating how five elementary school teachers were mistakenly dosed with insulin instead of the flu vaccine, an error that led to the hospitalization of two women.
Normandy Parents Sue Over School Transfer ChangesA group of Normandy school district parents has filed suit over recent changes to student attendance rules that limit the number of pupils who can transfer to better-performing schools in other districts.
Parkway Schools Licensing LogosDistrict could use revenue to support afterschool activities
Computer Coding Being Taught at Ladue, Parkway School DistrictsThe jobs are there -- the people aren't. Tech savvy jobs that require people to code are becoming increasingly popular, and according to Founder and CEO Michael Palmer those jobs are only going to become more popular.

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