District Announcements

  • Drive-up COVID-19 saliva testing is back for students, parents, caregivers,
    staff and household members. Call 314-454-4269 to schedule an appointment.

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School News

  • Colquitt and Hawkins Named Co-Principals of Pershing Elementary

    Pershing Elementary School will have two leaders starting in July. Deitra Colquitt and Jessica Hawkins will serve as co-principals of the school replacing Herbert Buie who is retiring after 14 years of service. Click headline to read more.

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  • Pershing Family Yoga Night

    During Spring 2020, Pershing School will be hosting a 6-part series of free Family Yoga Nights with instructor Brittany Hill, courtesy of a grant funded by the University City Education Foundation. Click headline to read more. 

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  • Growing Together: Elementary PTOs Create One U City

    The District’s four elementary school Parent Teacher Organizations have banded together to create a new initiative called One U City. It is intended to drive #LionPride, build community across the district and ensure all schools have the resources and support to host successful family events. Click headline to learn more.

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School Announcements

  • Families, we are excited to share our curriculum website with you. We hope it provides clarity about our core instruction as well as the other supports we have for your family. Please complete the short survey on the homepage to let us know you explored the website and read about Title 1. We also ask that you familiarize yourself with Canvas. Our website includes the steps to better understand this platform. 
     
    We truly appreciate your partnership! Please reach out to our staff if you have specific questions about the curriculum. 
     
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  • Hispanic Heritage Month: Cesar Chavez

     

    Cesar Chavez

     

    Born in Arizona to a Mexican American family, Cesar Chavez grew up around the people he later helped through his activism. The defining moment in Chavez’s life came when his family moved to California during the Great Depression to become farm workers, cementing his fight for farmers rights, (source: https://www.biography.com/news/notable-hispanic-americans)

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  • Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight: Frida Kahlo

    Frida Kahlo

    Mexican artist Frida Kahlo is remembered for her self-portraits, pain and passion, and bold, vibrant colors. She is celebrated in Mexico for her attention to Mexican and indigenous culture and by feminists for her depiction of the female experience and form, (source: https://www.fridakahlo.org/).

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  • Octaviano Larrazola

    Hispanic Heritage Spotlight: Octaviano Larrazola

    In 1928 Octaviano Ambrosio Larrazolo was elected to fill the unexpired term of New Mexico. He became the first Hispanic American to serve in the United States Senate.  A former teacher and principal, he was devoted to achieving equality in education for Spanish-speaking Americans. At the 1910 New Mexico constitutional convention, Larrazolo was instrumental in securing the inclusion of a provision recognizing the Spanish language for use in conducting public business, (source: www.senate.gov).

     

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District Announcements

  • Drive-up COVID-19 saliva testing is back for students, parents, caregivers,
    staff and household members. Call 314-454-4269 to schedule an appointment.

    Don't miss your chance to win a basket of local gift cards!
    Re-enroll your student in June for a chance to win. Learn more.


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Recent U. City Board of Education Meeting

Pershing Elementary on Cyber Bullying

Statement of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

  • The School District of University City recognizes that institutional racism and other forms of oppression have adversely impacted educational opportunities for students of diverse races, ethnicities, nationalities, abilities, classes, genders, sexual orientations, and other marginalized groups. Therefore, SDUC is committed to supporting innovative projects that ensure accessibility to all students and educators, and invite passion and purposeful learning.

  • Transform the Life of Every Student Every Day

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