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At the Thursday, Nov. 18, Board of Education (BOE) meeting, parents attended to voice their concerns regarding a variety of topics. A few parents applauded at the close of each comment. Jason Moore, RSD parent, spoke up about his dislike of the materials being taught at schools. I did not feel comfortable reading what I saw, Moore said at the meeting. Rethink how this district is being led.

Under Review

Stephanie Lei (she/her) and Arpitha Sistla (she/her)
6 days ago
According to law enforcement, cybercriminals pose an increasing threat to our society. Ballwin police Detective Leo Bergin said that they continue to grow at an exponential rate. From a law enforcement perspective, cybercrimes are generally harder to solve.  This higher level of difficulty stems from the fact that cybercrimes are generally not committed locally, Bergin said. The process to obtain information is often lengthy and multifaceted.

In-Depth: Digital Threat to the Real World

Aarushi Bute (she/her), Marin Ellington (she/her), Ben Hughes (he/him), and Akhila Swarna (she/her)
December 5, 2021
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), a month to celebrate the contributions individuals with disabilities bring to the workplace.

In-Depth: Students, Staff Celebrate Disability Inclusion

Arpitha Sistla (she/her), Co-Online Editor
October 24, 2021
What used to be considered an activity done by people of low-income levels out of necessity has turned into a trend for many people of high or middle-income levels. In fact, there has been a striking increase in people of middle income levels shopping at thrift stores in the past two years, according to a study conducted at Penn State University.

Thrifting Rises in Popularity

Rue Siddiqui, Social Media Editor, Online Publisher
April 29, 2021
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