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Students and teachers will enjoy the original text of this well-known story, the Legend of Sleepy Hollow. You’ll find the story is very different than Hollywood versions. Only mild edits have been made for words no longer in popular use. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow is a natural for leading up to Halloween!

Spooky Story Series

Revealing the History of Hispanic Immigrants in St. Louis

NIE and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of St. Louis have teamed up to bring you bilingual content! This lesson offers your students the opportunity to learn the long and rich history of Hispanics in our area. Plus, have your students practice their Spanish skills by reading the Spanish language...

Hispanic Heritage Month

This is an election year like no other! Topics in our elementary curriculum include why voting is important, vocabulary and how to analyze the candidates and their platforms. Lessons for middle and high school students take a close look at the enumerated powers of the Presidency and the Electoral College. Elementary and middle school students will become more familiar with...

Election 2016

NIE's first contest will start under the lights! Research the following United States Presidential elections and the major candidates involved. Choose one candidate and produce a positive campaign video. Entries must focus on ONE of the candidates in the following historical campaigns:

The Election of 1800, between candidates John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. The Election of 1952, between candidates...
Campaign Contest

Newspapers in Education (NIE) is a classroom program that encourages teachers to use the St. Louis Post-Dispatch as a living textbook in the classroom. Through NIE, students use the Post-Dispatch to learn a variety of skills from math, reading and character education to science, social studies and the fine arts.

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October is Health Literacy Month but this information is always of value. Your students will learn to read food and medicine labels, develop healthy eating habits, and learn to be their own health advocate with this exclusive on line program. Program appropriate for 6th through 12th grade students.

Health Literacy
Hockey Prize Package

Two winners will be selected to win!

Prize Packages include: • 2 seats to see an upcoming game • "WHAT COLOR DO YOU BLEED" T-shirt • An autographed hockey...

Regular enrollment with Scripps is open until December 12. Be sure to enroll your school so that your spellers may participate in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Regional Bee, sponsored...

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