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

    Enthusiastic 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 targeted 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

  • Brittany Woods Hosts Student Business APP Showcase

    The event was structured like a science fair, with students presenting their projects on tablets to judges and other guests. Each school associated with NFTE hosts a similar event, which encourages students to think, act, and be creative, like an entrepreneur in solving a specific problem or fulfilling a specific need. Click headline to read more.

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  • High School Hosts Computer Science Coding Game Expo

    Who says gaming and education don't mix? University City High School computer science students coded their own computer games and had a chance to have them judged by the experts: Brittany Woods Middle School students. Click headline to read more.

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  • Middle School Students Learn About Civil Forfeiture

    Brittany Woods Middle School students interested in social justice and activism learned about abuses of civil forfeiture thanks to a visit by former St. Louis Post-Dispatch journalist and attorney William Freivogel. Click headline to read more.

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  • Flexible Classrooms Aid Learning

    According to Bob Dillon, District director of Innovative Learning, modern learning spaces can aid student learning...School leaders need to actively consider the design of space and reimagine traditional rows of desks into spaces that allow students to learn actively Click headline to read more.

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  • RESET Parent Education Series for Children’s Well Being

    Join us for any or all of a three-part parent education series designed to assist parents with supporting their children’s well being through school and life. Next session is Monday, March. 4. Click headline for more information including session topics and dates.

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  • Help UC 2 NYC 2020

    Looking for a chance to help with our goal of Learning Reimagined and send UCHS students to NYC to learn more about journalism? Click headline to read more.

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