Mackenzie Fierceton, a graduate of Whitfield School, is one of 32 U.S. college students to be awarded a Rhodes scholarship to University of Oxford.
Councilman Tim Fitch has asked the county counselor whether the council could delay tax collection until April 30 and also abate some taxes.
Jeffrey Steele says it’s possible to settle disputes in 2020 and beyond, so long as you ‘engage to learn, not dominate.’
"We reject the idea of experimenting with our educational system," a former school board member said.
When high school basketball is played this winter in St. Louis County, masks are a must for everyone. If there are spectators, they will be few.
Hundreds of school employees in the U.S. have died of the coronavirus.
A $15 minimum wage across the region was one of the recommendations of the Forward through Ferguson report
There are 52 students or staff members under quarantine for exposure to coronavirus
The last three weeks of fall semester courses and final exams will take place online.
It’s the first time since 1988 that Turkey Day won’t be played and just the 11th time in the long running history of the rivalry
In the past week, three different coronavirus outbreaks have been identified at Edwardsville High School.
It's a breaking news special as Webster Groves graduate Jason Meehan joins us to talk about the cancellation of the Turkey Day game and what i…
Classes that require use of specific facilities, such as laboratories, can continue in-person learning, according to the release.
As schools shift to online learning again, Missouri governor eases restrictions.
Students and teachers no longer need to quarantine after exposure if all parties were wearing a mask
Fall courses at St. Louis University, Lindenwood and others will wrap up before Thanksgiving.
The agency in recent years facilitated bond transactions to help purchase renovations of buildings housing five Confluence charter schools in the city
The Post-Dispatch and STLhighschoolsports.com have the latest updates and a list of signees from area high schools
MU had been a coronavirus hotspot, but has reduced its caseload by 80% since Labor Day weekend.
The district is the latest to pivot to virtual learning as coronavirus cases surge across the region.
Students in preschool through second grade returned to school buildings one week ago
Resource kits will be provided at an event Saturday