Behind the scenes work of a cafeteria are more thorough than one would assume. The school and Chartwell work together to enforce that every student eats proper meals.
Founded two years ago by administrative assistants Jill Peel and Leigh McKittrick, the Community Closet helps roughly five to10 students everyday.
The closet provides students who are in need of food, winter clothes and more.
On the morning of Thursday, Nov. 8, students, staff and the Webster Groves community gathered in Knight Auditorium to celebrate and honor those who have risked their lives for our country, veterans.
Accompanied by teacher and Chelsea Center director Kerry Arens, the students of the Real World Problem Solving class, traveled to Lifewise STL on a service immersion trip on Nov. 15 and 16.
Jackson Parks Contributing Write In North America, families have their own unique Thanksgiving traditions. Whether it be to kick-off the holiday season, or annually pull out a special family recipe, each family has its own special tradition. Lillie Torbit, sophomore,… Read More ›
To win the title of Mr. Webster, a contestant must impress in the talent, video and question and answer categories.
On Nov. 13, in Knight Auditorium, the winner took a cult classic comedy movie and used it to inspire his whole on-stage performance.
School theater productions like “Chicago” get students involved in theater, but those who participate in theater outside of school have different opportunities.
Makerspace presents an opportunity for students to explore their creativity, find independence and make something entirely their own. Makerspace helps students who learn better through hands on activities.
There is a specific feeling of being at Camp Wyman. It’s definitely something special, but it is nothing compared to the people I met or the new experiences I had.
Students already have hours worth of homework every night. Some students choose to throw sports or after school jobs into this struggle. Some choose to add both.
Some businesses in Webster Groves accept high schoolers as job applicants. Teenagers can apply for jobs at restaurants like Serendipity, Firenza Pizza, The Block, Dairy Queen or Dewey’s. Places like Saint Louis Gym Center, Vetta Sports, and Lucky’s Market will also hire students. Some students choose to babysit or mow lawns to make money as well.
Emily Stisser Entertainment Columnist Last Saturday, Oct. 19, 12 exchange students and two teachers arrived for their three-week stay through the German American Partnership Program (GAPP). These individuals are from Kirchheim unter Teck, a suburb of Stuttgart, Germany, St. Louis’… Read More ›
Working in retail, means working the Halloween rush. Starting early August and running all the way through the end of October, no cashier is spared from spider webs and fake blood.
People have worn Halloween costumes since ancient times, and today it’s a big part of most childhoods. The hype of wearing costumes has expanded to another big part of American culture, pet dogs.
Whether Webster teachers went to school here, have been here for over 20 years, or are in their first year of teaching, Webster hasn’t been their only home, and teaching hasn’t been their only job.
Before settling down, Webster Groves High School staff were world travelers, bean farmers, and more.
Math teacher Jessica Haskins is one of two finalists from Missouri for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.