Pattonville is partnering with the CDC, St. Louis University and Washington University to offer free COVID-19 testing for the Pattonville community. Tests are saliva-based and do not require nasal swabbing. Testing will be conducted from the patient's car and is available Sundays through Fridays. Results are typically available in 24 to 48 hours. To request a test, call (314) 454-4269.
Yearbooks will be available for pickup at the concession stand in the commons during all lunches today and tomorrow
Tomorrow is a B day
If you have any library books, NOW is the time to turn them in.
**SENIORS: On Monday, May 24th, please report to campus no later than 9:30 a.m. for graduation practice and Senior BBQ. *Students who plan to ride the bus to school that morning should report to the main gym upon arrival.
If you plan to participate in the graduation ceremony on May 27th you need to be at practice on the 24th. Plan on being on campus for this event until approximately 12:30 p.m. On the 24th confirmed graduates will receive their cap and gown, complete the senior survey, pick up graduation tickets/parking pass (etc), and can pick up a yearbook (among other things).
Feel free to contact Mr. Thompson’s office with any questions.
STUDENTS: Make sure your locker is cleaned out before you leave for the summer. Our custodial staff begins cleaning the lockers after the last day of school so it's very important to make sure your locker is empty before you leave. Items left behind will be donated to charity.
LOST AND FOUND: If you are missing water bottles or clothing items, please check the LOST & FOUND located in the Front Office. Items not claimed will be donated after Thursday, May 27.
Remember the Pirate Code Be respectful, Be responsible, and Be involved
For the first time since December 2019, an in-person concert was held at Holman Middle School. The sixth, seventh and eighth grade Villemade and in-person band students took a “field trip” to Gym A to perform for one another.
The fifth graders at Remington Traditional graduated from the DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program on Tuesday during a ceremony in the school’s library.
The program, which is taught by Maryland Heights police officer Bob Heitert, gives students the skills they need to recognize and resist the pressures that may cause them to experiment with drugs or become involved in unhealthy activities.
Several district activities have been canceled this year due to the pandemic, but Heitert was determined to hold this event because it’s a culmination of a lot of things for the students.
Pattonville hosted an online presentation with infectious disease expert Dr. Jason Newland on May 18. During the event, Newland provided an update on COVID-19 and the results of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) program that included the Pattonville school community in studying COVID-19 transmission and mitigation strategies in schools.
As mentioned in the presentation, Pattonville is partnering with the CDC, St. Louis University and Washington University to offer free COVID-19 testing for the Pattonville community. Tests are saliva-based and do not require nasal swabbing. Testing will be conducted from the patient's car and is available Sundays through Fridays. Results are typically available in 24 to 48 hours. To request a test, call (314) 454-4269.