Inside PRIDE News

  • Spiller Chosen as one of The Power 100

    Join us in congratulating Gary Spiller, District executive director of Student Services and Innovations, for being named one of The Power 100 in St. Louis. He will be recognized on Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017. Click on headline for more information including tickets.

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  • Sharing with UMSL Students

    Debra Tolliver-Nash, instructional aide at Julia Goldstein Early Childhood Education Center, shared about her career path with UMSL students during their African Alumni Association's "Dinner with 12 Tritons." Click headline for more details.

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  • Adding It Up Conference

    Entusiastic U. City math educators and leaders attended Carnegie Learning's Adding It Up StL conference with customized learning workshops, participant-driven sessions and dynamic keynotes designed to help grow their mathematical minds and add to their toolbox of teaching strategies. (Click on headline for more information.)

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  • STEM IQ Leadership Retreat

    This summer, a team of U. City educators attended Wash. U.'s 2017 STEM IQ (Integration Quality) Leadership Retreat to learn and create STEM-based Pillar Learning Experiences using the 5E's (engage, explore, explain, elaborate and evaluate) that is specifically targed for middle school students. This year's goal is to embed one STEM-based Pillar Learning Experience into the 7th and 8th grade science curriculum each semester. (Click on headline to read more.)

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  • STEM-capable teachers

    Our very own Rubina McCadney, BW, is pictured and highlighted in a WashU Institute for School Partnership article about STEM-TQ. Nine U. City teachers attend this summer professional learning opportunity, and will continue the year-long learning. (Click headline to read the full story.)

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District News

  • “Window into Humanity" Town Hall

    When serving the needs of the “whole” child, it truly does take a village. Families of students who attend U. City Schools, as well as the surrounding University City community, are invited to participate in the District’s first town hall on the topic, “Window into Humanity,” beginning at 6 p.m. on  Tuesday, June 19. Click headline to read more and for link to register.

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  • UCHS Scholarships and Awards 2018

    Countless of UCHS students were awarded scholarships and other honors this past school year.

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  • Who said there is NO free meal?

    Visit your neighborhood Summer Learning Academy site in University City for a free "grab and go" sack meal. Click headline for specific dates and times.

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  • Summer Reads

    Summer reading lists for all grade levels have been posted. Click headline for more information.

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  • UCHS Names Peoples as New Principal

    Michael Peoples, formerly associate principal at Hazelwood East High School, has accepted the position of principal at University City High School. UCHS PTO is hosting a Welcome Reception on May 16. Click headline to read more.

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  • Tied to Greatness Tie Drive

    UCHS new Principal Michael Peoples launches “Tied to Greatness” Tie Drive for 2018-19 school year. Distribution of ties will help build self-esteem in students. Click headline to read more.

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  • Mannequins on The Loop

    UCHS students participate in the Mannequins on The Loop recycling and design contest. Click on the headline to learn more about this exciting community project, including the program's Finale.

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  • District Hosts TEDx Event

    Educating today's youth took exciting twists and turns as speakers shared from their personal and professional vantage points during DelmarLoopED TEDx Talk! Watch for video to come... Click headline to read more including biographies of the presenters.

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  • Summer Internships Wanted

    Workforce prep trained UCHS students are seeking internships across a variety of fields. If your office/business has a need for a summer intern, click headline to read more.

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