The Student News Site of Pattonville High School


The Student News Site of Pattonville High School


The Student News Site of Pattonville High School


COVID-19 News

Pattonville Allows All Elementary and Middle Schools to go into Phase 1 of In-Person Learning

Updated: February 02, 2021

Because of the cases of COVID-19 in our community and in our schools, Pattonville has determined it is appropriate to move to phase 1 of in-person learning for younger students. Starting Feb. 22, classes will resume normal operations for Early Childhood. All elementary and Remington students who selected in-person learning for the second semester will begin attending classes five days a week starting Feb. 22. And starting March 1, all 6-8 students who selected in-person learning will begin attending class five days a week. No changes are being made to Pattonville High School’s in-person learning. For more information, please read the newest Superintendent update.

St. Louis County Releases “Safer At Home” Guidelines

Updated: November 16, 2020

Effective Tuesday, November 17, St. Louis County has implemented new restrictions to slow the spread of COVID-19. Families are safer when they are staying at home, but if it is necessary to leave, wear a mask, and socially distance. Restrictions include restaurants no longer able to serve customers indoors, businesses’ capacity will be reduced to 25% occupancy, and people are asked to create social bubbles with no more than ten family members or friends. For more restrictions and information about this latest update, view our newest COVID-19 story, St. Louis County Releases New “Safer At Home” Guidelines as COVID-19 Cases Surge.


Pattonville High School Moves to Phase 2 of In-Person Learning

Updated: October 13, 2020

Starting on Thursday, October 29, Pattonville High School will begin letting students back in-person during Phase 2. Last names A-K will start on Thursday, October 29, attending Tuesdays and Thursdays, and last names L-Z will start on Friday, October 30, attending Wednesdays and Fridays. More more information about this latest update, view our newest story, PHS Moves into Phase 2 of In-Person Learning. 

St. Louis County Allows High Contact Sports & Recommends In-Person Learning

Updated: October 06, 2020

Effective immediately, high contact sports, including football and basketball, will be able to play games and compete with other districts, after they have submitted a safety plan to St. Louis County’s Department of Health for review. Sam Page also encouraged high schools to allow the option for students to return in-person. For more info, visit our newest story, St. Louis County Allows High-Contact Sports Games and Recommends In-Person Learning


Pattonville School District Allowing Elementary and Middle Schools to Return In-Person

Updated: September 25, 2020

After a successful transition this week bringing back PreK-2 students, Pattonville has announced that they will bring back grades third through eighth grade into phase 2 of in-person learning, starting on Tuesday, October 6. For more information, please visit the district’s website for the newest update from the superintendent.


Low and Moderate Contact Sports Approved for Competition

Updated: September 25, 2020

Pattonville has announced that Low and Moderate Contact Sports are cleared to practice and compete during this years’ fall season. As of right now, high contact sports are still suspended and have been moved to the alternate fall season in Spring 2021. For more info, please visit our newest story, Low and Moderate Contact Sports Approved for Competition.

Pattonville School District Starts 2020 Virtual

Updated: August 19, 2020

On Wednesday, July 29, Pattonville announced that they would start the fall 2020 semester 100% virtual. At present, we plan to be in Phase 3 until mid-October, at which time we will re-evaluate the conditions in the community and determine if any changes to our phase level can be made. Pattonville also announced that they will be pushing back the first day of school. For more information about Pattonville’s 2020-2021 school year, visit our newest story, Pattonville Goes Virtual for the Start of 2020.

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