Women’s soccer moved on to State after the District final game against Visitation Academy, with an overall record of 4-8.
“Harvey is not a fluff piece. Harvey is a very smart, well-written comedy, so I thought I want to do Harvey because about eight years ago we had planned to do Harvey,” drama teacher Todd Schaefer said.
As the April 5, 2022 School Board election nears, the eight candidates running, some had things to share.
“We certainly want to make our high school a place where students feel valued and all the different experiences a student can have.” principal Dr. Matt Irvin said.
Missouri Historical Society is taking stories, artifacts, photographs and others to add to an exhibit at the Missouri History Museum. The goal of this is to show off the diversity and creativity of St. Louis’ LQBTQIA+ community and the history.
Assistant Principal John E. Thomas announced about 2:20 p.m. that the lockout has been lifted. Police continue to investigate but feel it is safe to be off lockout. Support Our Sponsors
Teens for Choice STL organized a rally at Planned Parenthood in Forest Park to show support for the services it provides.
People of all ages, genders, sexualities and religions came with signs and stood along the road, cheering when cars honked in approval.
Drama department performed “10 Ways to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse” by Don Zolidis in the Jerry R. Knight Auditorium Oct. 28-30, at 7 p.m.
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Volleyball players dedicated their Sept. 30, game to honor of late team member Kara Wrice. Team members and spectators wore purple to the game in memory of Wrice, who would wear a purple mask to practice. Money was collected and donated to the Kara Lynn Wrice Foundation.