Jackson Park Wild West Scholastic Book Fair 2017

School News

  • JP Best Welcome Back Ever!

    On August 10, 2017, Jackson Park teachers reached out to over 300 students with welcome notes. The Jackson Park staff is dedicated to making connections and building relationships with students even before they walk through the door on the first day of school, August 15, 2017.

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  • Jackson Park GATE Teams Shine at Challenge Cup

    GATE (Gifted and Talented Education) students from Jackson Park Elementary participated in Gifted Resource Council's Academic Challenge Cup 2017. These events were held on the campuses of Washington University and the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Over 1200 students from more than 80 public, private and parochial schools in the St. Louis metropolitan area participated in this competition.

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  • Welcome to Jackson Park Elementary School

    We put our hearts into all that we do.

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JP is Proud of You!

District News

  • Bluegrass and Donated Instruments

    Members of the Steep Canyon Rangers visited University City High School during spring break and delivered several brand new band instruments donated through the CAN'd Aid Foundation. Click headline to read more.

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  • U. City Schools to Host TEDx Event

    On May 22, 2018, U. City Schools will host TEDx "Delmar LoopED” panel event. Limited seating. Registration required. Click headline to read more and for registration link.

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  • Band & Bikes Benefit Two Schools

    CAN’d Aid Foundation coordinates Grammy Award-winning Steep Canyon Rangers support high school musicians along with March 19 community "Bike Build" and donation for elementary students. Click headline to read more.

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  • Teacher Recruitment Takes a Tip from Speed Dating

    The School District of University City’s Human Resources Department is hosting a speed-networking event for all interested teachers on Wednesday, March 21. Click headline to read more and registration link.

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  • ACLU Public Meetings

    The ACLU of Missouri, in collaboration with The School District of University City, is hosting community meetings regarding student discipline. The ACLU-MO’s next meeting: Navigating School Discipline Workshop in partnership with Legal Services of Eastern Missouri is scheduled for Tues., April 10. Click headline to read more.

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  • UCHS Robolions Win Regionals!

    On March 3, UCHS Robolions earned the title of 2018 Miami Valley Regional champions and are now headed to the World Robotics competition in Houston in April. Click headline to read more (including more photos).

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  • Strategic Plan Update

    The District’s Strategic Plan was presented to the Board of Education to be reviewed during the March 8, 2018 work session. Click headline to read more.

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  • New Environmental Club Leads the Way in Waste Reduction Efforts

    The Brittany Woods Environmental Club launched a new, school-wide recycling program sponsored in part by a grant from the St. Louis County Department of Public Health. Click headline to read more.

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  • District Musicians Hit High Notes in State Competitions

    Join us in congratulating middle and high school music students and their directors for outstanding performances during the 2018 MSHSAA Large Ensemble festival. Click headline to read more.

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A Spring Break Message from our Superintendent

School Announcements


  • Grace Deitzler UCHS C/O 2013

    Grace Deitzler, UCHS C/O 2013, is profiled in Missouri S&T Magazine for her research in women's health. She is a research scientist in the Washington University in St. Louis Lewis Lab of Microbial Glycobiology and Women’s Health. Deitzler wants to be a Ph.D. scientist and physician unlocking the secrets to treating infectious diseases. Click on the headline to read more.

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