School Year Kicks Off for St. Louis Public SchoolsA festive atmosphere today on the fist day of school in St. Louis.
Riverview Gardens Closer to Shedding Unaccredited LabelDistricts that are considered failing, or unaccredited, can face a state takeover.
Clown Threats Spark Fear in StudentsRochelle Walker's daughter was never afraid of normal, happy clowns but the threat of creepy clowns coming to school is putting her on edge.
Mann Elementary Closes for Murdered Teacher's FuneralMann Elementary School will close Wednesday to allow staff and students to attend the funeral of teacher Jocelyn Peters, who was found shot to death in her Central West End apartment last week.
St. Louis Public School District Wants Tax IncreaseThe St. Louis Public School District is getting ready to ask for its first property tax hike in 25 years.
Nixon Announces SLPS Test Scores Up 18 PointsA special visitor brought good news to a grade school in North St. Louis. Gov. Jay Nixon at Bryan Hill Elementary School announced test scores district-wide are up 18 points.
Charges Dropped Against School Aide Accused of Molesting BoysJohn Cuneo was scheduled to go to trial this week on charges of first-degree child molestation, sexual contact with a student by a teacher and first-degree attempted child molestation.
Missouri High Court Upholds School Transfer LawThe ruling focused on a case in which a parent wanted the then-unaccredited St. Louis Public School District to foot the bill for her children to attend the neighboring Clayton schools.
St. Louis Public School Attendance Increased20,283 kindergarten through 12th grade students attended class today, a 10% increase over last year's attendance of 18,397.