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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

  • Students Lead Efforts to Support Hurricane Relief

    Recent and current hurricanes are having a devastating impact on the people in our southern states. The call for help has been sounded, and University City Schools are working to come to their aid. Click on headline to read more about the various efforts in our schools. Come back frequently to check for updates.

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  • U City Alum Featured in STLToday

    Areli Munoz-Reyes, UCHS Class of 2014, was featured in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch's news story regarding the impact of potential cancelation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Click on headline for link to STLToday's online story.

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  • Matt Horn Named Finalist

    The day started like any other school day for UCHS social studies teacher Matthew (Matt) Horn, until a parade of well wishers walked into his classroom and announced that he had been named a State Teacher of the Year Finalist... click headline for video and story.

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  • U. City Schools in Town & Style

    U. City Schools are making news with Learning Reinagined, which strives to deliver a modern learning experience that prepares students to meet the demands of an ever-changing world. (Click headline for link to online story.)

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  • UCHS 2017 Hall of Fame

    The tradition continues as UCHS announces that 11 new alumni to be added to the historic high school’s star-studded Hall of Fame (HOF). Celebration scheduled for Homecoming weekend, Oct. 13, 2017. Click headline for details.

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  • Thank You - UCHS Class of 1966

    The UCHS Class of 1966, represented by their class president, Richard Schainker, donated $3,000 to provide flexible classroom seating for the ninth-grade academy. (Click on headline for more information.)

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  • Lego's WeDo Robotics

    Teachers investigated Lego Education WeDo Robotics materials in preparation for ​use in third-grade classrooms across the District beginning in the 2017-18 school year. While WeDo introduces students to robotics, engineering and programming, it is also a useful tool for teaching STEM in general.

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  • Makerspace Kits

    District Director of Innovative Learning Robert Dillon, Ed.D., is featured in a WashU Institute for School Partnership article about mobile makerspace kits to be used in District classrooms. (Click headline to read the full story.)

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  • 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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