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McCluer North unveils new electronic sign after months of fundraising

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The school year at McCluer North is ending with a new look and it’s one that anyone who drives or walks by can see.

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North St. Louis elementary school taking classroom outside

The garden is funded with support from Schnucks and Dole Foods and the Captain Planet Foundation. (Credit: KMOV) The garden is funded with support from Schnucks and Dole Foods and the Captain Planet Foundation. (Credit: KMOV)
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Students at a St. Louis school are taking their learning outside and getting a little dirty. But their teachers are OK with that because their school now has a garden. 

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Students at Pattonville High School raise money for young girl's wish

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Students at Pattonville High School are celebrating raising $5,100 for a local 5-year-old’s trip to Disney World.

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News 4 Schools: 5 students recognized for perfect ACT scores

Many parents encourage their children to strive for perfection in everything they accomplish. (Credit: KMOV) Many parents encourage their children to strive for perfection in everything they accomplish. (Credit: KMOV)
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Many parents encourage their children to strive for perfection in everything they accomplish. 

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News 4 Schools: Building a government website

Students from Northwest High School are building a new website for Jefferson County. Credit: KMOV Students from Northwest High School are building a new website for Jefferson County. Credit: KMOV
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Jefferson County will soon have a newly updated official website that is being built by high school students

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News 4 Schools: Leader in Me

Recently, Fort Zumwalt High School students visited Ostmann Elementary in O’Fallon, Mo. to sign their own playing cards. The high school students are part of the district’s Leader in Me Program. Credit: KMOV Recently, Fort Zumwalt High School students visited Ostmann Elementary in O’Fallon, Mo. to sign their own playing cards. The high school students are part of the district’s Leader in Me Program. Credit: KMOV
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Some elementary school students in Fort Zumwalt School District have stars in their eyes and they have autographed cards to go with them

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Local middle school student a finalist for 'Google Doodle' contest

Abbie Chartrand of DuBray Middle School was chosen as a finalist for the Google Doodle contest. Voting for the contest end May 18. (Credit: Fort Zummwalt School District) Abbie Chartrand of DuBray Middle School was chosen as a finalist for the Google Doodle contest. Voting for the contest end May 18. (Credit: Fort Zummwalt School District)
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A local seventh-grader is the Missouri winner of the 10th annual Google Doodle contest.

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Pattonville students build greenhouse and garden to practice 'STEM' skills Video included

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As the weather warms, kids are looking for more and more opportunities to get outside.

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News 4 Schools: Learning to tie a tie

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Thousands of high school students will soon head to college or join the workforce. Students at Hazelwood East High School are being prepped for the future with the “Tied to the Power of Greatness” program

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News 4 Schools: Figuring out kids food preferences

A new program in a St. Charles County school district is tackling the issue of food preferences. Credit: KMOV A new program in a St. Charles County school district is tackling the issue of food preferences. Credit: KMOV
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A new program in a St. Charles County school district is tackling the issue of food preferences

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Normandy School District breaks ground on new buildings

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Normandy School District announced Tuesday they are taking the next step in the building of new school facilities.

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Blues player donates $20,000 to University City teacher and school

The Thorburn's son is a student of Weber. (Credit: KMOV) The Thorburn's son is a student of Weber. (Credit: KMOV)
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The St. Louis Blues season is over but that’s not stopping team members from making a difference in the St. Louis community.

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Local schools team up to create new, inclusive gaming app

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Students from seven local schools are using the gaming experience to make St. Louis a more inclusive community. 

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News 4 Schools: Metro East elementary students finding new ways to exercise

It’s not unusual to see young students riding their bikes to school but how about riding bikes in school.(Credit: KMOV) It’s not unusual to see young students riding their bikes to school but how about riding bikes in school.(Credit: KMOV)
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It’s not unusual to see young students riding their bikes to school but how about riding bikes in school. 

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News 4 Schools: Learning all about the theater

Plays written by students at Dewey Elementary School were recently played on stage at Webster University Plays written by students at Dewey Elementary School were recently played on stage at Webster University
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A series of one-act plays written by elementary school students was performed Tuesday at Webster University

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Local high schools compete in youth business summit on the national stage

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Students from Parkway West and Parkway South will head to New York City next month to try and win the big prize in a youth business summit. 

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Local science teacher, former Army officer wins grant for new tools in classroom Video included

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A local science teacher and former officer in the United States Army is giving his students a unique opportunity to learn thanks to a rare grant. 

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School hosting a 'zero waste' fish fry

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Students at one local school are organizing a fish fry with a goal of zero waste

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Local students starting job search early, beginning career program in second grade

Fifth graders at Ellisville Elementary in west St. Louis County recently took part in a Career Day and got to meet and talk with professionals from their community. (Credit: KMOV) Fifth graders at Ellisville Elementary in west St. Louis County recently took part in a Career Day and got to meet and talk with professionals from their community. (Credit: KMOV)
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When do you think is the right time for a child to start thinking about a career choice? Some local students have been working on that decision since second grade.

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Several St. Louis area schools receive boost for stem programs

Eight St. Louis area schools got a big boost in their stem programs including science, technology, engineering and math. (Credit: KMOV) Eight St. Louis area schools got a big boost in their stem programs including science, technology, engineering and math. (Credit: KMOV)
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Eight St. Louis area schools got a big boost in their stem programs including science, technology, engineering and math. 

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MICDS students learning more about Winter Olympics

The Winter Olympics will be drawing to a close soon and one group of second graders are being educated about the games. (Credit: KMOV) The Winter Olympics will be drawing to a close soon and one group of second graders are being educated about the games. (Credit: KMOV)
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The Winter Olympics will be drawing to a close soon and one group of second graders are being educated about the games.

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Middle school hosting ‘Pursuit Week’ to encourage careers in coding

How would you like to fly a drone for a class project in grade school?(Credit: KMOV) How would you like to fly a drone for a class project in grade school?(Credit: KMOV)
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How would you like to fly a drone for a class project in grade school? Students at North Kirkwood Middle School are doing that this week as part of “Pursuit Week”. 

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Kirkwood students explore their passion for fashion at project runway style event

North Kirkwood Middle students design their own clothes for their fashion show ( Credit : KMOV) North Kirkwood Middle students design their own clothes for their fashion show ( Credit : KMOV)
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 Kirkwood students are taking a break from the standard curriculum to explore their passion for fashion. 

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News 4 Schools: Lunch Bunches Days

Students partaking in the Lunch Bunches program. Credit: KMOV Students partaking in the Lunch Bunches program. Credit: KMOV
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Lunchtime is a special time in the Orchard Farm School District because administrators are on a mission.

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Flu outbreak closes school district in Washington County

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A Flu outbreak has forced a Washington County school district to close for the week.

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Metro East students build musical instruments through innovative music program

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 Making music means more than picking up an instrument for most teenagers. However for  some Metro East students are taking their innovative ideas to the next level. 

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Jefferson Co. community rallies around teacher with terminal cancer

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For members of a school community in House Springs, betting on the Super Bowl is more than just about the game

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News 4 Schools: Real-world experience

Students in Francis Howell School District get real-world experience in the CAPS program. Credit: KMOV Students in Francis Howell School District get real-world experience in the CAPS program. Credit: KMOV
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Some local high school students are getting a taste of real-world work and getting help from business professionals

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Vashon custodian, wife sponsor scholarships for students

A group of students at Vashon high school have been awarded scholarships for college, all thanks to their school custodian.(Credit: KMOV) A group of students at Vashon high school have been awarded scholarships for college, all thanks to their school custodian.(Credit: KMOV)
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A group of students at Vashon high school have been awarded scholarships for college, all thanks to their school custodian.

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