Health science students from Pattonville High School took and passed the Certified Nurse Assistant exam and earned certification to work as CNAs.
Health science students from Pattonville High School took and passed the Certified Nurse Assistant exam and earned certification to work as CNAs.
 
Class 5 state track meet rescheduled for Saturday, May 25
Class 5 state track meet rescheduled for Saturday, May 25
Thursday, May 23, 2019
Due to storm damage last night in Jefferson City, the MSHSAA state track and field championship is being moved to a different location and will be held on one day, Saturday, May 25.

State track meet in Jefferson City suspended due to tornado damage
State track meet in Jefferson City suspended due to tornado damage
Thursday, May 23, 2019
A message for Pirate fans who were planning on attending this weekend's state Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) track and field championships to watch the Pattonville girls and boys teams compete:

Learning Center secretary earns state leadership award
Learning Center secretary earns state leadership award
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Tami Quinn was chosen to receive the Soar with the Eagles Award by the Missouri National Education Association (MNEA). Quinn is an executive secretary and library technical assistant in the teaching and learning department at the Pattonville Learning Center. She is also vice president of the Pattonville Educational Support Professionals (PESP), the organization for support staff in Pattonville.

Board meeting notes for May 21
Board meeting notes for May 21
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Read about actions taken at the recent school board meeting. Find out more by visiting Pattonville's BoardDocs website.

Pattonville offers free summer meals for children through USDA program
Pattonville offers free summer meals for children through USDA program
Monday, May 20, 2019
Children ages 18 and under can access free summer meals through Pattonville’s participation in the federal Seamless Summer Program. Offered through the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the program is designed to ensure students have access to meals during the summer when school is not in session.

22 authors invade Drummond Elementary for literary celebration
22 authors invade Drummond Elementary for literary celebration
Monday, May 20, 2019
Drummond Elementary School hosted a major author event for approximately 1,000 students in third through fifth grades from Bridgeway, Drummond, Parkwood and Willow Brook elementary schools. Twenty-two award-winning, bestselling middle-grade authors took part in the OMG Book Festival, a celebration of books aimed at readers ages 7 to 12.

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May 16, 2019Pattonville High School recognizes Top 10 seniors in Class of 2019
May 16, 2019PHS honors Pirate Code Students of Character for 2018-2019
May 16, 2019Pattonville hosts 13th annual Area-Wide Middle School Book Battle
May 16, 2019PHS Student Council surprises teacher to show appreciation
May 16, 2019Willow Brook teacher introduces programming via Spheros robots
May 16, 2019Biomedical Innovations students conclude year of research with presentations
May 13, 2019Pattonville College Academy celebrates senior participants
May 13, 2019Remington team wins state anti-littering campaign contest
May 9, 2019Pattonville honors staff and volunteers at District Appreciation Night
May 9, 2019Holman earns top national newspaper ranking for fourth year in a row
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