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Update: First Saint Louis City COVID-19 Case

Megan Percy, Web Editor-In-Chief

March 16, 2020

 According to KFVS 12, St. Louis City reports its first case of the coronavirus. Mayor Lyda Krewson says that the disease is not believed to have spread, as the 20-something person self-reported and self-quarantined upon developing symptoms. Additionally, a Saint Louis University student, recently...

Update: Trump Says To Avoid Groups of More Than Ten

Megan Percy, Web Editor-In-Chief

March 16, 2020

President Donald Trump is now urging citizens to avoid gathering in groups of more than 10, and to refrain from using bars and restaurants, ABC reports. Though apparently national quarantine is not being considered, six counties in San Francisco have had citizens ordered to hunker down in their home...

Megan Percy, Web Editor-In-Chief

March 16, 2020

According to USA Today , as of yesterday,  5 states have now closed their bars and restaurants in an attempt to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey have banned all gatherings of more than 50 people, according to CNN . This comes after the CDC issued an offici...

COVID-19 Live Updates

COVID-19 Live Updates

Megan Percy, Web Editor-In-Chief

March 16, 2020

With the recent outbreak gaining momentum, keeping up with COVID-19's trajectory can be helpful and informative. Updates will be coming regularly throughout the days in the coming weeks. 

FHSD Cancels School Amid COVID-19 Concerns

A banner across the FHSD website describes the suspension of school and activities across the district

Kayla Reyes and Kierigan McEvoy

March 15, 2020

Amid COVID-19 concerns, the Francis Howell School District has suspended all classes and activities for an extended two-week period after spring break. School is scheduled to resume on Monday, April 6. This may come as a shock to students and their families, but Superintendent Mary Hendricks-Harris maintaine...

COVID-19 Concerning Cottleville

On Wednesday, March 11, Assistant Principal Dave Stofer takes a student's name as she provides him with information about her access to technology at home. The district surveyed the entire student population to see who would need help in staying connected to their school in case of school closings due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Megan Percy, Web Editor-In-Chief

March 15, 2020

A hack or a cough heard by any passerby can evoke a flinch. Hand sanitizer, surgical masks, and even toilet paper has flown off the shelves at supermarkets everywhere. Everyone is tense, waiting for the storm to hit. Waiting for the now-infamous coronavirus. As the chaos of the virus infects the rest o...

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